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Citrus Heights News Briefs: lights, public hearing, outages

Latest local news briefs include a public hearing set to take place on Wednesday, high winds causing outages, and the city launching its 2022 “Best Lights” contest.

Public hearing set for 4-acre residential subdivision on Citrus Heights border
The Citrus Heights Planning Commission will hold a public hearing at City Hall on Dec. 14 regarding a proposed subdivision at 7975 Twin Oaks Avenue. The proposal seeks to subdivide a 4.15-acre parcel into three lots, with a tentative map showing a potential footprint for a home on each parcel.

Minor outages reported during high winds in Citrus Heights
High winds Saturday morning prompted power outages across Sacramento County, although damage in Citrus Heights was minimal by comparison. As of 9 a.m. Saturday, a SMUD outage map showed more than 32,000 without power in the county, but just 53 of those customers were in Citrus Heights. Several more outages occurred throughout the day.

Dec. 22 council meeting cancelled
City Manager Ash Feeney confirmed during a council meeting Thursday that the City Council’s regular meeting for Dec. 22 has been cancelled. The next meeting will be Jan. 12, 2023.

City seeks entries for ‘Best Lights’ contest
The City of Citrus Heights is seeking community submissions for 2022 Best Lights in Citrus Heights contest, with six new contest categories ranging from the best use of characters to the best decorated tree and the most lights. Entries are accepted through Dec. 19, 2022. (See more information)

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