Letters to the Editor

Reader Input: Shoppers will take their business down the hill

It is really sad that Costco has pulled out of the agreement but you can’t blame them (“Costco terminates option on North Auburn store site,” Journal, Feb. 11). ...

Reader Input: Let ideas open minds

Ideas open minds. They create our history and shape the future. Consider our experiment with democracy. In his book, “Madison and The Making of America,” Kevin Gutzma ...

Reader Input: Community fine as it is

I just heard the news Costco will not be coming to Auburn. It was a wise decision. In the beginning the (Placer County) Board of Supervisors was a bit short-sighted. As I underst ...

Call to readers: Valentine's Day

What is the best Valentine’s Day date? Tell us why. We need your help keeping this conversation going. We want to publish your letters, but they must include your first and ...

Reader Input: Thanks to those that jinxed Costco

Well, I hope all of the idiot politicians in both Placer County and the City of Auburn are happy — they got their wish, they ruined any chance of a Costco coming to North Aub ...

Reader Input: Open to store suggestions

What, no Costco? No traffic on Grass Valley Highway to buy 20-roll packages of toilet paper? I would be a sweet old lady if it wasn’t for the present traffic on 49. Now how ...

Reader Input: Forget Costco; increase arts

As an auto accident attorney, I am one of the few people that would have profited by a Costco in North Auburn. But, for everyone else that would have been subject to the increase ...

Reader Input: Solar leads in reliability

Les Polette wrote that we should expand our use of fossil fuels (“Expand our use of fossil energy,” Reader Input, Jan. 29). In addition, he criticized “…ex ...

Call to readers: Annexation

Should Auburn move to annex North Auburn? 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 f ...

Reader input: Annexation is no fix for city

The Auburn City Council continues to show its utter lack of competence in running the city by desperately looking to the county and North Auburn as a way out of their fiscal mess. ...