Letters to the Editor

Call to readers: Collections

Do you have a crazy collection? Let us know what you collect. We need your help keeping this conversation going. We want to publish your letters, but they must include your first ...

Reader input: French students to tour museum

I’m very excited to see the museum will be completed in time for French teens from all over France to tour. Arriving July 8, they will be staying with local parents with teen ...

Reader input: ARD made the most effective decision

Regarding Peter Kolster’s March 19 letter, “ARD has done disservice to Auburn,” ARD had multiple public hearings about the need to provide pickleball courts for t ...

Reader Input: Like water, Auburn dollars travel downhill

Well, today is the day I go shopping for the week. Let’s see, first I will run over to Costco, to do my grocery shopping and there will be some other neat items to look at ...

Reader Input: Stop welcoming criminal element

As I sit here with my morning coffee and my Auburn Journal, I am very distressed to see that most articles related to local crime show that these crimes are committed by transients ...

Reader Input: Leave park trees as they are

I am concerned with Placer High Assistant Principal Steve Caminiti’s suggestion that a bunch of trees be “lop(ped) off” in downtown’s School Park Preserve t ...

Call to readers: Water

What are you doing to conserve water? Tell us why or why not. We need your help keeping this conversation going. We want to publish your letters, but they must include your first ...

Reader Input: ARD has done disservice to Auburn

A meeting was held by the Auburn Park and Recreation Committee at 4 p.m. to listen to the concerns of turning the tennis courts 1 and 2 into pickleball courts. It became apparent t ...

Reader Input: Paskey letter rife with errors

Reader Ron Paskey wrote a letter expressing his concerns over immigration (“Seeing no justice under Obama,” Reader Input, March 17). However, his letter is rife with ...

Reader Input: Montgomery deserves praise

I’d like to offer my congratulations to Placer County Supervisor Jennifer Montgomery who was recently nominated to the National Women in Government Leadership Program. She is ...