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GUEST COLUMN: What we’re doing at San Juan Water District to transition our elections

Guest submission by Ted Costa– In the early 1950’s, when Folsom Dam was being built, it became necessary to build a treatment plant to serve eastern Sacramento with American River water. The Legislature then formed the first Community…

Guest Opinion: San Juan Water District shouldn’t delay move to district elections

Rate payers from the Citrus Heights and Fair Oaks Water districts represent over 60% of the San Juan Water District’s wholesale water service connections; however, four of the San Juan Water District Board’s five..

Citrus Heights News Briefs: water issues, Gold’s Gym, layoffs

Latest local news briefs include the San Juan Water District making a controversial decision to delay its transition from at-large elections, Gold’s Gym announcing plans to reopen in Citrus Heights, and layoffs announced at the Sacramento Bee.

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Want to run for local office? Beginning Monday, you can

Sentinel staff report– Local elected positions on the city council, water district, school board, and more, are up for election this November, leaving residents with an opportunity to jump into local leadership and have a greater voice in…