Citrus Heights Sentinel Logo
Home ยป norman hill

norman hill

Guest Opinion: Some healthy advice for both leaders and protesters

To the protesters against public health restrictions: You object to the stay-at-home, social distance, business curtailment measures and public event cancellations as infringements on your liberty.

Norman Hill, Citrus Heights

Guest Opinion: proposed Citrus Heights housing has flood, fire risk

Guest opinion submitted by Norman Hill– When I saw the latest map of Watt Communities’ proposed 261-home development off Arcadia Drive in Citrus Heights, immediately two major concerns for public safety came to mind. I believe the city…

Rose garden, Citrus Heights

Guest Opinion: The new city hall needs a replacement rose garden

Guest Opinion — On November 16, the City of Citrus Heights held a public meeting seeking input about possibly having a rose garden at City Hall. Unfortunately, few people attended. When the city demolished the old city hall,…

view of medical office building on Greenback lane in Citrus Heights

Settlement reached in lawsuit against new city hall & MOB project

A settlement agreement has been reached in a lawsuit between a resident group and the City of Citrus Heights, nearly a year after council members unanimously approved a controversial plan to move city hall and construct a three-story…

New Citrus Heights city hall, in progress

Citrus Heights city hall ‘on target’ for completion by September

Updated Jan. 22, 9:44 a.m.– Construction of the new $22 million Citrus Heights city hall is “on target” for completion by September of this year, according to the project’s manager and City officials. After beginning work on the…

view of medical office building on Greenback lane in Citrus Heights

Judge denies motion to halt Citrus Heights city hall demolition

A Sacramento Superior Court judge denied a motion Friday that sought to temporarily bar the City of Citrus Heights from proceeding with plans to demolish its existing city hall and allow Dignity Health to construct a three-story medical…

view of medical office building on Greenback lane in Citrus Heights

Lawsuit filed against Citrus Heights over MOB, new hall

A lawsuit was filed against the City of Citrus Heights last week by a group alleging “noncompliance” with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) on a recently approved new city hall and three-story medical office building (MOB) project.…

Planning commission MOB city hall proposal. Photo by Luke Otterstad

Planning Commission votes 5-1 for new hall & MOB; lawsuit threatened

Updated Mar. 12, 3:48 p.m.– Despite the threat of litigation from a resident group Wednesday night, the Citrus Heights Planning Commission voted 5-1 in favor of recommending the city council approve a proposal to tear down the existing…