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New owner working to transform Old Auburn Road eyesore property

Sentinel staff report-- A long-vacant, boarded-up building on Old Auburn Road that had attracted homeless camps and drawn the attention of Code Enforcement in the past is undergoing major renovation.

Citrus Heights News Briefs: collision, repaving, obituary

Latest local news briefs include an SUV crashing into the Citrus Heights Dairy Queen, the obituary of an 80-year-old resident, and City Council members being urged to prioritize repaving San Juan Avenue.

LETTER: Safety upgrades at schools should have happened years ago

By Mark Mitchell-- I really have a hard time believing that our schools need more money to upgrade fencing and other aspects of keeping kids safe. It's 2023, this should have taken place years ago.

Cleanup continues across Citrus Heights in wake of major storms

By Mike Hazlip— Damage from January's storms can still be seen around Citrus Heights, as tree services are backlogged with requests.

Water main failure prompts roadway closures near Mesa Verde High School

By Sara Beth Williams-- A broken water main in the area of Lauppe Lane and Carriage Drive resulted in road closures Monday morning as crews worked to repair the pipe.

What’s happening with the plan to build 95 homes at Sylvan Corners?

By Mike Hazlip— Representatives from Woodside Homes presented plans for a new 95-home community on an 11-acre parcel at Sylvan Corners during a lightly attended Jan. 9 community meeting at City Hall.

Citrus Heights News Briefs: volunteers, obituary, hiring

Latest local news briefs include volunteers helping pre-fill sandbags at City Hall, the Police Department hiring officers, and the obituary of a 55-year-old resident who passed away last month.

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