Auburn Chamber of Commerce

Let Auburn begin anew

After enduring an 18-month, epic battle that ended in the defeat of the tragically flawed ballot initiative, Measure A, I think it is clear that this community has learned some ver ...

"Rich" the most qualified choice

Having read the many published news articles, editorials and letters to the editor regarding the five candidates running for District 5 supervisor in Placer County, and with electi ...

"Government by clique" earns "no"

Measure A, Auburn?s ballot initiative to transform this city?s government from general law to home rule, boils down to one stark reality: if approved, it will invest a vastly power ...

Measure A measures up

I?ve been impressed with the extensive support of our community leaders for Measure A. Eight former Auburn mayors, McCann Award winners and the 600-business-strong Auburn Chamber o ...

Measure A crafted badly

Transparency issues in charter process would indicate something to hide.Steve Galyardt’s recent letter (“‘No on A’ group plays with truth,” Reader Inp ...

Chamber board votes to support Measure A

The Auburn Chamber of Commerce board of directors voted recently to formally support Measure A and encourage Auburn residents to vote in favor of the measure. The chamber board b ...

Chamber names PG&E as Business of the Year

PG&E?s local office is the Auburn Chamber of Commerce?s Business of the Year for 2012. ?The local office has demonstrated for years its commitment to this community,? said Bruce ...

Proposed charter needs clarification

Re: proposed Auburn city charter (full text and pro and con — Journal, April 6):I have a few questions/concerns for our city fathers, the Auburn Chamber of Commerce and the p ...

Chamber’s ‘crown jewel event,’ State of the Community Dinner served May 11

Honoring dedication and service will take center stage May 11 when Auburn gathers for the State of the Community Dinner.“It’s one of the (Auburn Chamber of Commerce&rsq ...

Suggestions to further refine ‘Affaire’

The (Auburn) Chamber (of Commerce) states it wants to have a fun, relatively sedate and intimate party for the Auburn community, similar to a dinner party at one’s home. By defin ...