Ray Kerridge

Are recruitment costs worth it?

Roseville has gone through two interim fire chiefs since former Chief Ken Wagner took an early retirement incentive in November 2010 and a permanent chief has now been hired &mdash ...

City’s top two earners’ salaries no longer tied to rest of management group

Roseville’s city manager and city attorney will no longer automatically get a raise each time other managers do. The top two earners are no longer tied in with the rest of t ...

Roseville city pay cap fails to quality for ballot

Resident Phil Ozenick and other volunteers with Friends of Roseville were out in full force last weekend trying to gather enough signatures to qualify their salary cap initiative f ...

Petition aims to cap salary of city management

Friends of Roseville is circulating an initiative aimed at reducing the pay of top city management. The initiative calls for a salary cap on management/confidential and Roseville ...

Downtown redevelopment ‘like a chess game’

Roseville is preparing the game board, setting out all the pieces needed to make an economically and socially vibrant downtown, city officials say. In August, the Roseville City C ...

Residents rethink the future of downtown

Jennifer Bortz grew up in San Jose and participated in children’s theater throughout her youth, performing at a downtown theater surrounded by restaurants, hotels, shops and a pa ...

Fate of City Hall Annex

What should happen to old City Hall? Roseville City Manager Ray Kerridge seeks an answer to that question. He has an idea, though. Kerridge thinks the building located at 316 Vern ...

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 ...

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 ...

Roseville’s economic future forecasted

Roseville City Manager Ray Kerridge will announce what he feels is a positive economic forecast for the city’s future Friday. “Roseville’s evolution to a metropolitan city ...

Chief Hahn promotes community policing

When Daniel Hahn’s young daughter heard he accepted the job as Roseville’s new police chief, she was upset. She didn’t want her dad to change jobs — she liked the uniform ...

Youth arts academy hosts grand opening

More than 700 people showed up for Roseville Theatre Arts Academy’s inaugural weekend of shows at the end of February. Dozens of young performers delighted audiences with &l ...

Roseville appoints new police chief

The city has plucked a captain from the Sacramento Police Department to head law enforcement in Roseville. Daniel Hahn, 42, built a legacy around outreach to neighborhoods, school ...

Development corporation gets final go-ahead

Roseville City Councilmembers could barely contain their excitement Monday as they finalized plans for the formation of a community development corporation. The council unanimousl ...

City manager talks about first month on the job

In his first month on the job, Roseville City Manager Ray Kerridge has attended almost 200 meetings. Through the meetings, he’s trying to figure out what’s happening in the c ...