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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 ...

Roseville faces rising pension tide

Like many municipalities, the City of Roseville faces a pension problem. The city’s annual contribution to the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) has bec ...

RJUHSD to present proposed 2011-12 budget

Although the Roseville Joint Union High School District is proposing to spend nearly $6 million that it doesn’t have during the upcoming school year, district administrators ...

Libraries may restore hours

Roseville’s Parks and Recreation Department hopes to restore some hours at public libraries during the upcoming fiscal year. In the last year, hours were eliminated at all libra ...

City calls PARS program 'humane' way to save money

The City of Roseville is banking on an early-retirement incentive to save more than $3.36 million over the next five years. But the savings will come at a cost. The program will ...

Sierra College finds millions in unanticipated dollars

Higher revenue and less spending led to millions of unanticipated dollars in Sierra College’s coffers this year. Reeling by unexpected changes to the Sierra College operating bu ...