Albert Burn

Reader Input: Leave churches tax-exempt

In response to “Tax churches like businesses,” (Reader Input, Jan. 27): Mr. (Tom) Cavallero writes the Catholic Church has reversed its position on birth control and de ...

Punish those copper thieves

Three-hundred pounds of copper cable used to tie down Placer County Water Agency water pipes can be sold for scrap at $2.40 a pound — as reported by the Auburn Journal (Aug. 14) ...

Frustrated in Auburn

In Sunday’s (Nov. 28) Auburn Journal I read about our local bail bondsman. He will not put on his great Christmas light show due to vandalism. I also read about the pitbull in a ...

Local issues frustrate reader

In Sunday?s (Nov. 28) Auburn Journal I read about our local bail bondsman. He will not put on his great Christmas light show due to vandalism. I also read about the pitbull in a D ...

Writer hunting for scapegoats

In response to Knight Wagner’s assault on public workers, especially firemen and police (Reader Input, Nov. 17). These are working people. Mr. Wagner thinks these people get pa ...

Auburnite OK with big box

Allen Cassidy writes that destroying an area for economic increase is not the answer to our deeper social problems (Reader Input, Oct. 1). Allen, you are spot on! I know of no st ...

Reader vows to shop Roseville

Lynn Howe has some good points about pitbulls (Reader Input, Nov. 8). Her statement, “Reckless owners of any dogs pose a threat to the community’s safety,” is true. These o ...

A response to pit bull letters

I find it amusing that I have started a “pissing contest.” Everyone has an opinion and that is all it is, simply an opinion. I would appreciate the opportunity to address some ...

Show pit bulls zero tolerance

In response to Pat Brandhorst’s letter (Auburn Journal, Oct 16): I hope everybody jumps on the bandwagon and we get pit bull ownership banned. I have zero tolerance and no compa ...

Water is insufficient to support salmon run

The Auburn Ravine was historically a seasonal watershed. The small creek that runs through the Auburn School Park Preserve starts a couple of miles to the east. Before the Gold Ru ...