budget

City meetings address budget, redevelopment

The city of Roseville has two upcoming meetings planned -- the first will address the fiscal year 2012-13 budget and the second will focus on downtown redevelopment. The budg ...

Eureka district librarians spared from layoffs

The seven campuses in the Eureka Union School District won't close their libraries after all. The district recently welcomed some good budget news for the upcoming school year, in ...

School bulletin: Eureka Schools Foundation hosts golf fundraiser

Eureka Schools Foundation hosts golf fundraiser The 18th annual Eureka Schools Foundation golf tournament starts at 9 a.m. Wednesday, May 9, at the Granite Bay Golf Club, 9600 G ...

Roseville looks to fill $4 million operating deficit

Signs indicate the local economy is on the upswing, but Roseville is still addressing a structural deficit, according to the city's treasurer. Operating revenues have been less th ...

Roseville expects to end 2012 fiscal year in the black

Roseville's treasurer says cost-cutting measures and increasing sales tax revenue has put the city in a good financial position for its 2013 budget. The city expects to end the 20 ...

School bulletin: Carnegie Bound students to perform

Carnegie Bound students to perform Carnegie Bound, a group of students who hope to travel to New York in March, will perform a fundraiser concert at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 5, at S ...

Roseville closing out last year’s budget better than expected

Roseville will likely close out the 2010-11 fiscal year better than expected, primarily because of concerted efforts made by staff to spend less, city officials say. The fiscal ye ...

Placer supes adopt $765.8 million budget

Praising Placer County budget-balancing efforts, Placer County supervisors adopted a $765.8 million spending plan Tuesday for the coming year. On paper, the final budget is 1.1 pe ...

Placer Republicans leery of Washington budget moves

On the short end of monumental budget votes in the House, U.S. Rep. Tom McClintock, R-Roseville, is warning that the Budget Control Act flirts with a credit downgrade and greatly e ...

Roseville’s total property value drops 4.74 percent

Roseville’s property tax revenues decreased this year, but officials say they will not know the full impact on the city until the midyear budget review in December. A report ...

Why we can’t afford to lose redevelopment

We expected change. Given the dire straits of the state budget, cities like ours knew there would be give-and-take in the way tax revenues are used throughout the state. But it’ ...

Higher education task force forms

Roseville City Councilman Tim Herman saw one of his campaign goals come to fruition with the creation of a Higher Education Task Force June 15. Herman, elected to the council in No ...

City unveils proposed budget

Instead of chopping away at services and programs, the City of Roseville is planning for additions in 2011-12. The proposed budget, presented during a public workshop Monday, incl ...

Council approves utility rate increase

Residents will see bigger amounts due on their water and garbage bills, following Roseville City Council’s unanimous approval of utility rate increases Wednesday. Unless, of cou ...