Our View: Kirby, Nesbitt have earned council terms

Watch a video (attached) of what Auburn city council candidates say what they think Auburn residents need the most and how they plan to address it. When it comes to Auburn’s ...

How to help fire district

The way has been made clear and easy for those living in the Placer Hills Fire District who still want to join me in a grass-roots “passing” of our own Measure E. We can simpl ...

Too bad for the public at hearing

The Sept. 17 Midway Heights Water District public hearing on raising monthly service charges, and treated and irrigation water rates, was a lesson in how not to treat your customer ...

Incumbents think ahead

I know the Measure A/charter city initiative didn’t pass, but I didn’t think it was that bad of an idea since it would have resulted in more home rule and the potential to save ...

St. Luke’s says thanks

On behalf of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church and the community as a whole, this is a great big thank you to the Auburn Journal, and especially Jon Schultz, for the wonderful arti ...

Neighbor’s bark was plenty bad

Reply to article, “For dog-bark complaints, proof of woof falls on accuser,” (Journal, Oct. 2):They do not always come out to check about a dog barking. Someone can go ...

First Lady needs to think positive

I understand Michelle Obama is ranting about slavery. Would someone remind her that it was fellow Africans that sold their people into slavery? Joseph in the Old Testament was als ...

Who’s the best for the job?

Three (are) running for two City Council seats in Auburn, two incumbents and one Auburn “business” owner. This candidate has unique ideas, energy, executive marketing experienc ...

Why shaft our veterans?

(Editor’s note: This letter is a response to letters sent in reaction to Mr. Saiz’s letter, “Republicans are anti-veteran,” Reader Input, Sept. 26).First of ...

Placer racism shames reader

The article “‘Political rage’ bubbles to surface in Auburn” (Journal, Oct. 3) clarified a good deal about who is responsible for the “rage.”Mark ...