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Sarama concedes in special election for SJUSD school board seat

Sentinel staff report– In a statement following the latest vote count update Tuesday afternoon, candidate Moe Sarama conceded in his bid for a seat on the San Juan Unified School District’s governing board…

May Events: What’s happening this month in Citrus Heights?

By Sara Beth Williams– Looking for some things to do in Citrus Heights during the month of May? Happenings include a traveling circus, theatrical performances, the annual “Brews in the Burbs” at the mall, and more…

2016 Citrus Heights Community Calendar: what’s happening in Oct.

Looking for something to do around Citrus Heights? Local events and activities planned for October include several car shows, a local candidate forum, “Brews and Boo’s” at the community center, a “Howl-o-Ween” parade and harvest festival, and more.…

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CItrus Heights Medical Office Building proposal from Dignity Health

New Staff Report Recommends Council Take “No Action” on Moving City Hall

A new Staff Report is recommending the Citrus Heights city council take “no action” on the controversial proposal to move city hall, according to documents released Friday night on the City’s website. “Staff recommends that the City Council…

Save City Hall Rally in Citrus Heights

Residents Rally Against Moving City Hall, Council to Vote Thursday

As a proposal to relocate city hall moves to council for a vote this Thursday, Citrus Heights residents hosted a noontime “Save City Hall” rally at Rusch Park on Sunday — vowing to vote out council members who…

Citrus Heights Mayor Mel Turner

Mayor Highlights Strengths, Threats in ‘State of the City’ Address

Citrus Heights Mayor Mel Turner delivered the annual “State of the City” address to a sold-out business luncheon, Tuesday, highlighting a 13 percent drop in crime over the past year, a rise in home values and the newly…