Letters to the Editor

Reader Input: Work toward mutual respect or ...

I have the deepest sympathy for the people of France for the trauma of the Charlie Hebdo attack ... and I have the utmost respect for the concept of freedom of expression, having t ...

Reader Input: Thinking small harms Auburn

I believe it is time that the city fathers wake up to the fact that Auburn is no longer a small town nor a community that can hold back progress. Years ago when there were folks wh ...

Reader Input: Why can’t we fund libraries?

I was disappointed to read about the proposed closure of the Meadow Vista library (“Meadow Vista library targeted for closure,” Journal, Jan. 15). As a kid, I loved get ...

Reader Input: Not the time to thank president

In response to Pat Little (“Give credit for bad or good,” Reader Input, Jan. 14), I am ready to give thanks to (President Barack) Obama when it is due. The lower gas ...

Reader Input: City leaders should keep noses out

I have been closely following the articles and letters regarding Costco coming to North Auburn. I really thought this had been settled — that Costco was definitely coming h ...

Reader Input: Not all know religious freedom

The Tibetan name for their land, Bod, means “Tibet” or “Tibetan Plateau,” although it originally meant the central region around Lhasa, now known in Tibetan ...

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 ...