I’m a retired teacher, 70 years old next month, and am suffering with COPD. I try to take care of myself. I respect the COVID-19 precautions. But I do go to the grocery store because I just can’t get used to shopping with a checklist.
Letters to the Editor
I don’t know how long letter-writer Mr. Allen has lived in Citrus Heights, but I have lived here since 1980. I remember when Sacramento County Sheriffs was our law enforcement, and it was pretty bad with long or no-show waits.
Latest letters to the editor from Citrus Heights residents discuss COVID-19, stay-at-home orders, and police services.
Latest letters from Citrus Heights Sentinel readers address topics ranging from people ignoring stay-at-home orders to problems with the water district, a proposed transportation sales tax and development at Sylvan Corners.
Latest letters from Citrus Heights readers discuss homelessness in Citrus Heights, including whether vacant lots on Sayonara Drive should be used as a temporary shelter area.
Letter by Craig Hoppe, Citrus Heights–
I am homeless in Citrus Heights and something has to be done to stop us from canning and going into trash. But for most of us, that means no food or money.
So the city wants to discourage drivers from using Old Auburn Road as a thoroughfare? All roads leading from Interstate 80 to Sunrise or Hazel are used the same way.
I live in the neighborhood and love the change to single turn lanes each way at the intersection of Old Auburn and Fair Oaks Boulevard. All the added safety steps are working nicely.