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Roseville to revitalize downtown with $37 million in projects

Roseville’s downtown will be primed for a renaissance once the economy improves if the city prioritizes redevelopment now, officials say. The Roseville City Council took a m ...

New councilmembers sworn in

Two long-term Roseville politicians passed the torch to new city councilmembers during a swearing-in ceremony Thursday at Civic Center. Former mayor Gina Garbolino and former coun ...

Retirement incentive will save city $3.36 million

The City of Roseville will save an estimated $3.36 million over the course of the next five years, now that 40 employees have accepted an early-retirement incentive. This will als ...

Term-limits proposal 'singles out' council member, opponents say

To Richard and Pauline Roccucci, a comic strip sums it up. In the comic, five hungry wolves surround a dead deer. The line reads, “Nothing personal, just politics.” That’s ...

City council discusses new economic development department during budget meeting

For the first time, Roseville has a city department solely devoted to business attraction, retention and expansion. “The City of Roseville has never had a stand-alone economic d ...

City council approves plans for Sierra Vista Communities

Grasslands on Roseville’s western edge will eventually be paved over to make room for 6,650 homes in a master-planned development called Sierra Vista Communities. Roseville City ...

Council denies cat licensing ordinance

Cat owners can breathe a sigh of relief for the time being. Wednesday night, Roseville City Council members turned down an ordinance proposed by the police department requiring re ...

City Charter up for 10-year review

Future Roseville mayors may see an extra $200 coming their way if the city council opts to place the proposed Charter change on the November 2010 ballot. The extra stipend for the ...

'Day of infamy' remembered in Roseville

Despite a surprise dusting of snow and frosty temperatures, a handful of Roseville residents gathered Monday morning to remember a day that will “live in infamy.” Held at the ...

Report stirs debate

Some feathers were ruffled during the closing comments of Wednesday’s Roseville City Council meeting. Mayor Pro Tem Pauline Roccucci provided fellow council members with a lette ...