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LETTER: Fireworks ban in Citrus Heights after 11 p.m. was a farce

By Joel M. Carsley -- It was also a War Zone between Sylvan Road, Auburn Boulevard, Carriage, Raintree, Chivalry, Gallant Circle. Ninety-two missiles went off until 12:52 a.m., and that's not counting the legal fireworks. No police present in this area and only one siren from an ambulance.

LETTER: Fireworks were like a war zone in Citrus Heights

By Violet Ables, Citrus Heights-- On July the 2nd, 3rd, and the 4th, I called Citrus Heights Police on the illegal fireworks being set in a residential area behind Grand Oaks Shopping Center.

Citrus Heights Letters: traffic, marijuana, Starbucks

Latest letters from Citrus Heights Sentinel readers include discussion about traffic associated with development proposed on Auburn Boulevard, and thoughts on the benefits of...

LETTER: I support military equipment for local police

By Rochelle Castillo, Citrus Heights-- I support our Police Department's use of military-style vehicles and tactical equipment. As was seen in the 90s when banks began being robbed by criminals with military-style weapons and bullets that the police did not have any type of defense for they...

Citrus Heights Letters: Police military equipment, tree removal

Latest letters from Citrus Heights Sentinel readers include comment on tree removal on Old Auburn Road and police use of military equipment.

LETTER: Police should be able to use military vehicles to do job safely

By Mark Mitchell-- The Citrus Heights Police Department should be able to use any and all types of military vehicles! That goes for any type of tactical tools they may need too.

Citrus Heights Letters: fast food drive-thru’s, Mesa Verde stadium

Letters to the editor from Citrus Heights Sentinel readers include comments about how to address long lines at drive-thru restaurants and a new stadium coming to Mesa Verde High School.

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