Megan MacPherson

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 ...

City officials' pay a hot topic

After the Bell scandal broke, the calls starting coming in to the City of Roseville. Local residents wanted to know details about city employee salaries, following the revelation ...

School foundation critical as state cuts education funding

For a couple years, all 4th graders in the Roseville City School District attended performances at the Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts in Davis. The experience, intended t ...

Council calls recess, continues holiday flexible leave program

Schoolchildren aren’t the only ones soon to be on summer vacation. Wednesday, the Roseville city council approved a resolution calling a recess for its July 15 and Aug. 19 meet ...

Roseville Layoffs update

Roseville city employees began receiving layoff notices last week as city officials attempt to close the $6.5 million gap for the 2009-2010 fiscal year. Megan MacPherson, Rosevil ...

Roseville to cut $6.5 million in labor force

In a final effort to balance the budget, Roseville city staff are facing layoffs and compensation cuts to close the remaining $6.5 million gap for the 2009-2010 fiscal year. For ...