By Tim Schaefer– As I watched the Citrus Heights Chamber of Commerce Candidates Forum last month, City Council Candidate Mary Jane Lopez-Taff brought up the Citrus Heights Police Department budget cuts that were included in the 2021/22 budget…
Sentinel staff report–In the city’s first public statement following the defeat of a $12 million sales tax proposal in Citrus Heights, the city manager acknowledged the decision of voters and said community involvement will be invited in upcoming…
Following the latest vote count update released on Tuesday, Measure M is now trailing by nearly 1,000 votes.
A group of about 50 Measure M opponents gathered in the parking lot of City Hall in Citrus Heights Friday to protest a $12 million sales tax increase, saying “there’s room to cut” instead.
Supporters and opponents of the controversial Measure M sales tax proposed in Citrus Heights have each made conflicting claims regarding the estimated cost per household that the 1% extra sales tax would incur.
By Bill Van Duker– As we approach the election, I am reflecting back on the last 36 years in Citrus Heights.
By Ted Gaines– Coronavirus disruptions are inspiring governments to employ every tactic available to ward off a Great Depression-style economic collapse. Whether it’s stimulus funds, Paycheck Protection Program loans, increased unemployment benefits, or rent forbearance, all..
As the Nov. 3 election date draws near and controversy stirs around a proposed sales tax increase in Citrus Heights, campaigns on both sides of the measure say their signs have been stolen, damaged, or defaced.
Campaign finance disclosures filed last month reveal tens of thousands of dollars in contributions are flowing into the fight over Measure M in Citrus Heights, with proponents of the sales tax increase reporting more than 30 times the…
Citrus Heights businesses are in serious trouble right now, and in the foreseeable future.