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LETTER: Why weren’t more citations issued for illegal fireworks?

Letter by Kay Davis, Citrus Heights– I reviewed the police log for July 4th. There were many, many calls for illegal fireworks. However only ONE citation was written. Can someone…

LETTERS: Waste separation, $12k bonus

Latest letters from Citrus Heights residents respond to a recent guest column criticizing new requirements to separate organic waste, as well as comment on a $12,000 payment made to the city manager. The ‘experts’ need to get back…

Citrus Heights Letters: School safety, Republic Services, housing, homeless funds

Latest letters from Sentinel readers include comments on school safety, messes left by bulk cleanup crews, homeless funding, and the city’s agreement to sell vacant lots on Sayonara Drive for a dollar apiece…

Citrus Heights Letters: Green waste, fines, Republic Services

Editor’s note: These letters were written in response to an article published on April 1, 2023: Citrus Heights residents could soon face fines for not sorting waste properly Latest letters to the editor from Citrus Heights Sentinel readers…

LETTER: It’s time to address repeat dumping on Sayonara Drive

Letter by Timothy Jackson– I have lived in Citrus Heights over 20 years…

LETTER: How about enforcing existing laws before passing new ones?

By Mark Mitchell, Citrus Heights– The city just came up with another ordinance, not allowing semi tractor trailers to park on public streets. Good job, that’s great, but…

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LETTER: Police should resume publishing logs

By Carol Alexander, Citrus Heights– I for one was disappointed that the police stopped posting the logs of what was happening on a daily basis some years ago…

LETTER: City should consider ‘silent fireworks’ show instead

By Kim Davis, Citrus Heights– I’m glad the City of Citrus Heights has approved bringing back the fireworks show. I’m sad because I know the stress it brings to many both people and animals due to the noise…

Citrus Heights Letters: Fireworks, homeless, library

By Barbara L. Babcock, Citrus Heights– My daughter is one of the homeless people that often stays at the Sylvan Library. She has an addiction, which contributes to a mental illness and Multiple Sclerosis which she is not…

LETTERS: ARPA funds weren’t meant for ‘frivolous’ fireworks show

Letter by Roger Klausler– How can the city dare to use $80,000 in ARPA funds to resurrect a frivolous display of smoke and noise that pollutes the air and frightens animals in the guise of “bringing our community…