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News Briefs: Public hearing, fatal crash, DUI arrests

Latest local news briefs include a public hearing being postponed for a mobile home park expansion project, a Citrus Heights teen dying in a collision on Douglas Boulevard, and a local officer being recognized for arresting 75 DUI drivers last year.

Public hearing postponed on mobile home park expansion
A public hearing regarding a mobile home park expansion proposal has been postponed. The hearing was originally slated for July 26, but was postponed for unspecified reasons, according to an update on the city’s website. The proposal seeks to convert existing parking and vacant lot space into 16 additional mobile home lots in the Lakeview Village mobile home park.

Citrus Heights teen dies in crash on Douglas Blvd
A 15-year-old girl was killed in a collision last weekend after the vehicle she was riding in allegedly ran a red light and was broadsided by an SUV at Douglas Boulevard and Barton Road, in Granite Bay. The collision occurred around 5:30 p.m. on July 16, according to CBS Sacramento. Two other teens were also hospitalized. (See CBS story)\

Citrus Heights officer receives award for arresting 75 DUI drivers in 2022
The Citrus Heights Police Department commended Officer Alyssa Bragg on Friday for receiving the 2023 Mothers Against Drunk Driving award, crediting her work in “removing 75 DUI drivers from the streets in 2022.” (See Facebook post)

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