Letters to the Editor

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 ...

Reader Input: We should always help the homeless

This is in response to the post in the Auburn Journal, on Friday, March 20 titled, “Stop welcoming criminal element.” The letter to the editor states that “all ...

Reader Input: No denying drought is real

On page 5 of the March 20 Gold Country Homes is an excellent article by Kristi Meyer regarding our water shortage (“Reports show we have one year supply of water left”) ...

Reader Input: Are homeless dumped here?

Is Auburn a dumping ground for homeless? I pass by the DeWitt/Government Center every day on my way to work and I get a mixed feeling every time I see the homeless campground in ...

Reader Input: First time to be called a yuppie

First of all, I do agree with most of Julie Nencini’s letter in the Journal on Wednesday, March 25 except the part about Trader Joe’s (“Does Roseville move await? ...

Reader Input: Gov setting up for massive lawsuit

Over 50 years ago, I watched as a water well was drilled at my parents’ home. No one from California state was there or ever contributed one red cent to that resource. I&rsqu ...

Reader Input: City coverage easier to read

Thank you, Auburn Journal, for the summary of the City Council meeting on page A5 of the paper today (March 25). Not only a great idea, but also laid out in a way that made it easy ...