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Reader Input: Hold students accountable
Friday Jul 18 2014
There is a case involving a 6-year-old girl stabbing a fellow student in the face with a pencil. Her consequence, she was not expelled nor suspended — counseling from her pri ...
Reader Input: We will question your patriotism
Tuesday Jun 11 2013
I think I speak for area conservatives when I say to Marcia Winborne-Graven (“Beware ADA’s cash cow,” Reader Input, June 7) regarding her fear-mongering over merc ...
Reader Input: Beware ADA’s cash cow
Friday Jun 07 2013
I read the article about mercury tainted fish in the Journal (“Warning to anglers on toxic Gold Rush legacy in some fish,” May 30) and was glad it warned about the dang ...
Auburn school enrollment numbers paint ambiguous financial picture
Sunday Jun 02 2013
Despite population growth in Placer County, overall enrollment in Auburn schools has been on the decline for the better part of a decade, but administrators are hopeful the trend h ...
Auburn seeks public’s help to ID accessibility issues
Friday Apr 19 2013
The City of Auburn is enlisting its residents’ help to identify public areas that need to be made more accessible to people with disabilities. As part of the city&rs ...
Horizon Charter School site upgrades add to $2M budget problem
Thursday Feb 28 2013
As a parent who had a student in Horizon Charter Schools’ now-shuttered Accelerated Learning Academy, Treva Saini said she sees a number of problems with how the program in L ...
Reader Input: More to helping than regulations
Monday Dec 17 2012
I am not lawyer (Scott) Johnson, and I don’t own a dog! Many of you have seen me crossing over the I-80 freeway on the Elm Street overpass, in my little red wheelchair, on ...
Scott Johnson, ADA attorney, makes surprise stop at Auburn businesses
Friday Nov 16 2012
When prominent attorney Scott Johnson parked his van outside Studio Fifty5 hair salon, it took owner Donna Brooks by surprise. Brooks feared he might be seeking to find more infrac ...
Carmichael ADA attorney with Placer presence accused of fraud by four ex-employees
Thursday Oct 04 2012
AUBURN CA - The legal tables have turned on ADA compliance attorney Scott Johnson. Four former employees of his Disabled Access Prevents Injury office in Carmichael have filed thei ...
Small business owner gains legal savvy to fight access lawsuit
Sunday Jul 29 2012
Eric Nordby decided to fight back when he was served with an American With Disabilities Act lawsuit he believes is frivolous. The Auburn business owner of World Pub, Hilda’s ...
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