Letters to the Editor

Call to readers: APOA letters

Did you receive a letter from the Auburn Police Officers Association (APOA)? What do you think about it? We need your help keeping this conversation going. We want to publish you ...

Reader Input: Nothing trivial about Auburn’s bee

Congratulations to the winner of the Fourth Annual Auburn AAUW Trivia Bee: Placer United — Mike Holmes, Jim Holmes and Leah Rosasco. But this talented trio wasn’t the o ...

Reader Input: New site should be considered

Regarding the Newcastle school traffic, perhaps another site would be even better than another road. The Newcastle road and sidewalk infrastructure isn’t sufficient for such ...

Reader Input: Late painter leaves legacy

Auburn lost a wonderful pastel artist this week. His obituary doesn’t scratch the surface of this talented man who battled depression throughout his life. Reif Ray Charles Er ...

Reader Input: Give bed bugs the boot

“Sleep tight and don’t let the bed bugs bite” – we’ve all heard it but few realize they really exist and could be right next door. Sending this letter ...

Reader input: Keep Auburn beautiful

This letter is going to have two topics. First, to every driver when on the road near a school bus, the flashing red lights mean what? Oh yeah! Stop! Kids are getting off and pos ...

Reader input: Job gained means job lost

Well, Robert King, and several others, if it’s so important for you to shop at Costco, Trader Joe’s, Walmart, etc., perhaps you should consider moving to Rocklin or Ros ...

Reader input: Plight of libraries tied to policy

As a former member of the Placer County Library Advisory Board, I recall these same discussions. It is when the state decided to take property tax money designated for libraries in ...

Reader input: Relocate for convenience

To all the people impacted by having to plan their shopping days and dollars “down the hill,” I have the perfect solution for you. While planning your trip to Costco, S ...

Reader input: Bright future for scientists, engineers

I would like to congratulate the E.V. Cain students who participated in the recent science fairs. The U.S. has a great demand for graduates with training in engineering and scien ...