Roseville Electric

Roseville Electric's first female director marks five months on the job

In five months on the job, Roseville Electric Director Michelle Bertolino has had her hands full. She oversees 130 employees and a $180 million budget, and has been tasked with fi ...

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 ...

City hosts All Things Solar Day

You may not believe it this year, but the Sacramento Valley typically enjoys 320 days of sunshine annually. Throughout the world — and since almost the beginning of civilization ...

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 ...

Roseville residents urge a "no" vote on Proposition 16

Opponents of Proposition 16 accuse Pacific Gas & Electric of attempting a massive power grab — literally. Roseville resident Jim Pope led a small protest against the proposition ...

Michelle Bertolino named new director of Roseville Electric

Michelle Bertolino has been named the new director of Roseville Electric, making her the first woman to oversee the utility since its establishment 98 years ago. City Manager Mike ...

Roseville youth advocate energy conservation

Tyler Rios often yells at his parents to turn off lights in the house. “We’re wasting our resources,” Rios said. “Even if global warming is not a problem, we have limited ...

Crowds come out to celebrate Earth

Jack Hertel passed out cups of apple juice to people who visited his booth at the City of Roseville’s Celebrate the Earth event last Saturday. Hertel, of Foothill Organic Grower ...

Q&A with Mayor Garbolino

It’s no secret that 2009 was a big year for Roseville.Budget woes led to mid-year layoffs and axing “extras” throughout the city, former City Manager Craig Robinson was dismi ...

Utility chief to retire

It’s lights out for Roseville Electric Utility Director Tom Habashi, who announced Monday that he would retire at the end of the year. The announcement came after a decision H ...