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Roseville schools' growth called 'mind-blowing'






The rate of growth within the Roseville City School District is moving so fast that school administrators pushed up construction of a new elementary school a full two year just a mile away from another school that opened in 2017.


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Mind Blowing ? Its actually Late !  Roseville City has been issuing residential building permits for years.

They know how many people are moving in and have been so very late to deliver any services like post offices, super markets and restaurants. They are only allowing home builders to pay for road construction and just sitting back and collecting property taxes.


They won't build skate parks for kids or Coffee shops for parents, nothing but housing and schools to profit from.

The reason people moved to Roseville is because of the schools, but the schools have become overwhelmed and over crowded.


Better to move to Rocklin or Folsom. Roseville has so many low income housing coming it won't be Middle class anymore.

Enjoy, because all the folks who couldn't make it in the Bay Area are here and don't care about what gets built.

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The worst part is we elected the council and mayor. We keep them in office as they sell out our community from right under us. Crime and theft have already begun to increase and spread to the Rocklin line. Roads are already congested and get worse. The thousands of homes going up...the infrastructure already can not handle. But they do not care. Tax and revenue...screw the residents.

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