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Funding of business district cop at stake in renewal vote

Sentinel staff report– The executive director for the largest business district in Citrus Heights is warning of potentially “catastrophic” impacts if an upcoming vote goes the wrong way.

Citrus Heights News Briefs: food drive, obituary, STA, pastries

Latest local news briefs include an obituary for a 90-year-old Citrus Heights resident, a food drive collecting over 1,700 items, the STA appointing a new executive director, and a local pastry shop being feature on CBS 13. Sunrise…

Art masterpieces popping up in unusual spots around Citrus Heights

In recent months, nearly two dozen green utility boxes in a heavily trafficked business district in Citrus Heights have been transformed to display works of art.

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Citrus Heights City Council approves first-ever $12M line of credit

Updated 7:23 a.m., Nov. 18– Sentinel staff report–  Citrus Heights City Council members on Thursday night unanimously voted to approve a $12 million revolving line of credit, making it the first time the city has ever authorized incurring…

Kathilynn Carpenter, Stones 21

Sunrise MarketPlace director receives Stones ’21’ award for making a difference

Sentinel staff report– Kathilynn Carpenter, who has spearheaded local solutions to homelessness and serves as executive director of the Sunrise MarketPlace in Citrus Heights, was recognized for her community leadership last week with an award from Stones Casino…

Sunrise Mall to get new 2,500-seat stadium for outdoor concerts, events

Sentinel staff report– Citrus Heights will soon have a new venue for outdoor events and concerts, following the unanimous approval of a $300,000 grant by the city council on Thursday to pay for a new 2,500-seat “pop-up” stadium…

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Old Logan’s to be demolished, replaced with new restaurants & retail on Sunrise

Following the closure of the old Citrus Heights Logan’s Roadhouse restaurant on Sunrise Boulevard earlier this year, the property’s new owner is proposing to demolish the old building and construct a new 10,000-square-feet retail and restaurant center situated…

Citrus Heights seeks to address area homelessness

Seeking to address growing concerns about homelessness in Citrus Heights, city councilmembers heard a pair of reports last week on recent outreach efforts to the area’s homeless population. The reports were delivered during a Jan. 28 council meeting…

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Citrus Heights News Briefs: shooting, homeless, marijuana, fire update

Local news briefs this week include local homeless outreach efforts, a Friday night shooting, local medical marijuana regulation, and an update on the cause of a Citrus Heights garage fire. Friday night shooting in Citrus Heights injures one;…