By Tim Schaefer–
I am humbled and honored to have been elected by the voters of Citrus Heights in District 3 on Nov. 3, 2020.
By Tim Schaefer–
By Mike Hazlip— Love was in the air along with the smells of kettle corn and sounds of a live band on Saturday for the weekend farmers market outside Sunrise Mall. Organizers set up Valentine’s Day crafts at the event where children made cards, and crafters offered similarly themed creations.[Read More…]
By David Warren– City Manager Christopher Boyd at the Jan. 28 special City Council meeting presented a doomsday scenario for municipal services, with the most draconian service reductions directed at the Citrus Heights Police Department. Boyd blamed the 2008 recession, the rise of on-line shopping, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the[Read More…]
Latest news briefs include a suspect being arrested after breaking into a local gas station last month, an obituary for a Citrus Heights resident, several local restaurants targeted for COVID-19 violations, and an update on a broken water main that shut down Old Auburn Road on Thursday.
By Jim Monteton– So, let me get this straight: the city can borrow $12 million, buy property at Sylvan Corners, start planning on building more “round abouts,” give themselves
Milton (Tom) Thomas Vance passed away peacefully in his home in Citrus Heights, California at the age of 87 years old on Jan. 18, 2021, after battling Parkinson’s disease and kidney cancer. He was surrounded by his loving family.
The overnight breakage of an 8-inch underground water main forced the closure of Old Auburn Road on Thursday as emergency crews worked to repair the pipe.
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