John Allard

Roseville council holds off on pot ban

Roseville patients who use medical marijuana will have to wait a little longer to find out if they will be allowed to continue growing their weed outdoors. The Roseville City Coun ...

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 ...

Council orders weed abatement

Is there a weed problem in Roseville?   On paper it looks like there might be, but the increase number of properties on the city’s weed abatement list is mostly due to lar ...

Our View: Gaines the only candidate running for state Assembly

It’s a one-horse race for the Fourth District seat in the state Assembly. Place your bets on Beth Gaines. While Dennis Campanale earned the most votes in the special election pri ...

Council debates legislative influence

The City of Roseville’s influence on state and federal legislative issues was front and center during Wednesday’s council meeting. Council members debated the benefits ...

Roseville may repeal 'crash tax'

The City of Roseville may repeal its “crash tax” following a suggestion by Councilman John Allard during Wednesday’s council meeting. The tax requires a non-resi ...

John Allard announces candidacy for Assembly

Small business owner and Roseville City Councilman John Allard officially announced his candidacy Thursday for California State Assembly in the 4th District. If Assemblyman Ted Ga ...

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 ...

Third Roseville Electric rate increase needed, says director

Roseville Electric’s director thinks a third rate increase is necessary, according to a report she made to the Roseville City Council Oct. 20. Michelle Bertolino made the presen ...

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 ...