Russ Branson

City council approves budget

The Roseville City Council unanimously approved a final budget Wednesday for the 2011 fiscal year. The two biggest changes involve reducing staff by 36 employees and implementing ...

Roseville's economic forecast still bleak

The city of Roseville’s budget and local weather forecast sound very similar this time of year; grey, foggy and no signs of letting up. City treasurer Russ Branson painted a ble ...

Details in Robinson dismissal expected at tonight’s meeting

Is tonight the night? The Roseville City Council meets today with the expectation of releasing more details as to the settlement of City Manager Craig Robinson and his final sev ...

Local 39 contract negotiations difficult, creative

After months of “difficult negotiations,” the city reached an agreement with Local 39, a large union that includes city planners, engineers, environmental utilities, public wor ...

Salary cuts OK’d

An agreement between the Roseville city council and several city bargaining groups Tuesday will save the city an estimated $2.6 million after reopening their contracts in search ...

State hits up city for $5M

Many Roseville building projects could be put on hold or potentially eliminated as the state budget promises to take more than $5 million from Roseville’s funds. At Wednesday ni ...

Council cuts $12.5 million, more to come

Budgets, layoffs and furloughs, oh my. The Roseville City Council has been warning some difficult decisions need to be made and at last week’s meeting, some of those decisions we ...

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 ...

Budget cuts to hit home

Usually shopping and keeping a budget don’t go hand in hand. But, in the case of Roseville’s city budget a little retail therapy could be just what the doctor ordered. Accordin ...
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