Latest local news briefs include reports of electioneering at vote centers in Citrus Heights, video from an outdoor concert honoring veterans, and multiple outages causing thousands to lose power.
Latest letters from Citrus Heights residents express both support an opposition to the city’s decision to raise speed limits on four sections of roadway.
Sylvan Cemetery will host its annual Veterans Day ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 11, at 11 a.m.
In advance of Veterans Day, the Citrus Heights Community Marching Band will be performing a concert outside Sunrise Mall this Saturday to honor those who have served in the country’s armed forces.
Latest local news briefs include results from a Friday-night DUI Checkpoint operation, authorities identifying a man killed in Monday’s fatal shooting with police, and an age discrimination lawsuit being filed against the Citrus Heights Police Department.
By Tim Schaefer–
As the election approaches and voters ponder their decision about Citrus Heights’ Measure M (the latest attempt of the city to raise the taxes on its residents), I reflect on my nearly 60 years of life, as well as my personal finances over that time.
As a longtime resident of Citrus Heights and having been on the City Council from 1999-2005 and 2016 to the present, I remember when the city was one of only two other cities in California who could say three things:
By Kimberly Berg–
For the past 17 years, I have owned Citrus Heights Car Wash, and was thrilled to purchase a home here 6 years ago.