If you've been a reader of The Sentinel for any amount of time, you know it's not a publication known for taking positions on issues. We believe in reporting the facts. We don't endorse or oppose candidates. But every now and then, there's an issue that comes up deserving of some commentary. Traffic is one of them...
Guest opinion column by County Supervisor Sue Frost–
As I enter my second year as your County Supervisor, I find myself reflecting on what I have learned about the communities that I represent. I have learned that we have a community of people in Citrus Heights who love where they live and constantly want to help pitch-in to improve things. I have learned that people are proud of what their city has become and can see the direct benefits of what cityhood can bring, when compared to some neighboring communities who are not cities.
By Phillip Pesola--
The Citrus Heights Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday regarding several proposed amendments to the city's zoning code, addressing housing, parking and food trucks...
By Mike Hazlip—
A rotating shelter program in Citrus Heights that offers those experiencing homelessness a hot meal and a place to sleep during the coldest and wettest winter months is underway and seeing more new faces this year, organizers say.