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Citrus Heights News Briefs: obituary, murder mystery, housing

Latest local news briefs include the continued search by police to find out who murdered a 17-year-old last year, the city promoting a program to help homeowners seeking to construct secondary residential dwellings, and an obituary for a local resident who passed away last month.

Citrus Heights police still seeking leads in teen’s murder
The Citrus Heights Police Department on Thursday posted a photo on social media of 17-year-old Aidan McGill, who was shot and killed on Veterans Day last year on the 7700 block of Antelope Road. The department said a cash reward is being offered for tips that lead to an arrest in the case. Police ask for tips to be submitted to Sacramento Valley Crime Stoppers. (See more)

City promotes permit-ready ADU program
The City of Citrus Heights on Thursday published an updates news flash on its website, advising residents of an updated guide with more information about the city’s permit-ready Accessory Dwelling Unit program (ADU), for helping homeowners construct secondary residential dwellings on their properties. The program includes access to pre-approved ADU plans, which the city says can save thousands of dollars in design costs. (See news flash)

Obituary: Steven John Steinwandt (1949-2023)
Citrus Heights resident Steven Steinwandt passed away last month, according to an obituary published Saturday in The Sacramento Bee. His career included work as a lineman and a turkey rancher on the family ranch. He is remembered for his love for gardening, being outdoors doing yard work and helping neighbors with their yards. He is survived by his five sisters and two sons. (See full obituary)

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