Auburn City Council

City eases residential access to solar power

Peggy Matson of Auburn Solar Specialists was cheering on Wednesday over the news that Auburn City Council passed an ordinance to streamline the residential solar permit process. & ...

Meddlers Report – July 14

The Meddlers is an open-forum meeting sponsored by the Auburn Chamber of Commerce that meets at 7 a.m. every Tuesday at Auburn City Hall, 1225 Lincoln Way. Auburn Journal reporter ...

Costco lawsuit resolved

The suit between the City of Auburn and Placer County on the withdrawn Costco project is over. With a resolution accepted by the Auburn City Council during closed session proceedi ...

Supervisor Duran: Hands tied on DeWitt Center with lawsuit pending

The message lobbed at the Auburn City Council was crystal clear, though oddly timed, Tuesday morning: If you want to talk about the future of the DeWitt Center, then get rid of a p ...

Reader Input: Group serves to stifle competition

Exactly who is APACE (Alliance for the Protection of the Auburn Community Environment)? Who controls and who are the members of this organization that are creating so much grief ...

Reader Input: City coverage easier to read

Thank you, Auburn Journal, for the summary of the City Council meeting on page A5 of the paper today (March 25). Not only a great idea, but also laid out in a way that made it easy ...

Brief Auburn City Council meeting not light on substance

With the majority of the meeting spent in closed session, Monday’s city council meeting was heavy on brevity, not on substance. At barely over 40 minutes, members approved t ...

All Those Years Ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, March 25 and April 1, 1965

Skateboards OK, but not on busy streets Police Chief Herschel Young this week urged parents whose children are skateboard buffs to have the youngsters use their raucous toys in s ...

Reader Input: City should help or keep silent

Driving past the DeWitt Center on this beautiful spring-like day, there, once again, is the homeless encampment out on the sprawling green lawns. The piles of plastic bags are back ...

Reader input: Annexation is no fix for city

The Auburn City Council continues to show its utter lack of competence in running the city by desperately looking to the county and North Auburn as a way out of their fiscal mess. ...

Reader Input: Time to regulate e-cigarettes

Coming one day after your front-page story (“Study reveals more on electronic cigarettes,” Journal, Jan. 29) about new findings that e-cigarettes release large amounts ...

Auburn sidewalk project criticized

Pedestrians and cyclists could soon have an improved route from Old Town Auburn to Conheim Station, but not everyone is on board with the pricey project. At Monday night’s A ...

Reader Input: City doesn’t speak for North Auburn

The arrogance of Mayor (Keith) Nesbitt, Councilman (Bill) Kirby and others on the (Auburn) City Council is appalling (“Auburn to sue Placer over Costco,” Journal, Jan. ...

Reader Input: Understand Costco’s impact

Kudos to the Auburn City Council for deciding to sue Placer County regarding the Costco development plan (“Auburn to sue Placer over Costco,” Journal, Jan. 13). It&rs ...

Will Auburn sue county over Costco?

The first Auburn City Council meeting of the new year has all the makings of a long, discussion-filled gathering. Among other items, the council will be talking about the short-te ...