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Organizers say rally questioning Auburn Wal-Mart site a success

AUBURN CA - Organizers of a rally questioning North Auburn Walmart plans say support was more than expected. But Wal-Mart Stores, which intends to build at an 18-acre site near Lut ...

Keep checking dioxin presence

This letter is in regard to the Alliance for the Protection of the Auburn Community Environment’s request to have the county reopen the environmental review of the Wal-Mart s ...

When will Auburn get its Walmart?

Why is the North Auburn Walmart project not yet moving forward? Is APACE, the people who claim to be protecting Auburn?s economy, to blame for countless delays and loss of county r ...

Supervisor's efforts obviously for show

Welcome aboard, Ms. (Jennifer) Montgomery. Where were you when the board of supervisors approved this ill-advised site use and welcomed into our community a presence we had once su ...

Open Bohemia site EIR again

As a member of APACE and the person who researched the ?voluntary cleanup? done on the Bohemia site in 2007 for a subdivision project, I receive correspondence from the Department ...

Auburn’s not a little village

The Alliance for the Protection of the Auburn Community Environment people must be very rich, very bored or just enjoy butting into what should be our personal choice. Lawsuits, l ...

Supercenter impact too negative

Relative to all the press and comments and letters about Alliance for the Protection of the Auburn Community Environment and its opposition to the Bohemia project, it seems that we ...

APACE should present facts

Throughout this whole Bohemia saga, I’ve always wondered why APACE (Alliance for the Protection of the Auburn Community Environment) hasn’t been called out for making accusatio ...

Auburn should drive down Wal-Mart

Years ago when the Board of Supervisors approved the Bohemia site for a big-box store I said two things — first that they would sell their mothers for a dollar of tax revenue, an ...

Let Auburn have its Wal-Mart

Alliance for the Protection of the Auburn Community is at it again (Journal, Nov. 5). Another cost for city and taxpayers, themselves included. Dumb, huh? They bought property nex ...