Letters to the Editor

Reader Input: Build what reaches the soul

Re: “Auburn to sue Placer over Costco,” Journal, Jan. 13. First of all, I want to say I think the Auburn city lawsuit is in order, but I am not sure about the underly ...

Reader Input: US education a big problem

I may be looked at as a “terrorist” after speaking the truth in this editorial. One of the biggest problems in America is our education system. I want people to beware ...

Reader input: Costco lawsuit makes sense

I think the City of Auburn’s lawsuit against putting in a Costco at DeWitt Center is a good thing. I have to agree with Ted Bria, Bill Heisch and Larry Smith.  We moved ...

Reader input: City has no voice in county

It seems our city leaders are a day late and a dollar short.  Where were they during the earlier Costco/Wal-Mart debate?  Where were they during the Home Depot debate?&nb ...

Reader input: Local help for area veterans

I couldn’t agree more with Maria Winborne-Graven’s letter (Reader Input,  Jan. 9), “Vets don’t need drug therapy.”   The fallout from the ...

Reader input: Too many issues being mishandled

Obama is clearly guilty of “high crimes and misdemeanors” and deserves impeachment for misuse of public funds in Solyndra (felony), conspiracy to murder in Fast & F ...

Reader Input: Costco: We welcome you with open arms

Dear Costco, I am a 33-year resident of Auburn. My husband was born and raised here and his family has lived in the area for more than 80 years. We, like so many of our neighbors ...

Reader Input: Backlash if Costco quits

A couple of years back Costco was in the lead for getting a building site at Luther and Highway 49, but backed away when suits against the county were threatened. Wal-Mart ultima ...

Reader Input: Not everyone wants Costco

I applaud the City of Auburn’s decision to challenge the development of the Costco center at the DeWitt Center in North Auburn. I seriously question the notion that there i ...

Reader Input: V.A. care saved reader’s life

Marcia Winborne-Graven, congratulations on your pessimistic and lop-sided letter (“Vets don’t need drug therapy,” Reader Input, Jan. 9). Your letter deeply offe ...