Letters to the Editor

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 ...

Reader Input: City doesn’t speak for North Auburn

The arrogance of Mayor (Keith) Nesbitt, Councilman (Bill) Kirby and others on the (Auburn) City Council is appalling (“Auburn to sue Placer over Costco,” Journal, Jan. ...

Reader Input: Spare me your big-box store

Who wants Costco in Auburn? I don’t. I have lived in North Auburn since 1987. I have managed just fine without Costco. I do not want the chaos it will bring to my neighborh ...

Reader Input: Understand Costco’s impact

Kudos to the Auburn City Council for deciding to sue Placer County regarding the Costco development plan (“Auburn to sue Placer over Costco,” Journal, Jan. 13). It&rs ...

Reader Input: Smile and wash your hands

Employees in the restaurant business: Please, please, please wash your hands with soap and water when you use the restrooms before going back to work for the public. You got the ...

Reader Input: We get traffic jams, cheap jobs

What shortsighted views are expressed by Ramona Barbeiro and others who support Costco (“Young people need local Costco jobs,” Reader Input, Jan 13)? All they seem to c ...

Call to readers: Costco

Is Costco in North Auburn a bad idea? 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: A clear taste for the Journal

When my lab Shoop was a pup, she went with me to get the paper down our 100-yard driveway. I handed it to her once and ever since, over 11 years, she now just goes and brings it ba ...

Reader input: Give credit for bad or good

I’m waiting for Republicans to give credit and heap praise on the Democrats for the current low gas prices, low unemployment rate and strong economy. It only seems fair since ...