Auburn City Council

City weighs options on needed sewer upgrades

City of Auburn officials are exploring an alternative option on how to meet state wastewater discharge requirements by 2010. Jack Warren, city public works director, told Auburn C ...

City looks at sewer treatment options

City sewer fees for residents could spike to more than $100 per month within in the next few years. Auburn city councilmembers got their first glimpse Monday night of what costs r ...

Council mulls layoffs

The fate of 10 city of Auburn employees remained uncertain as of press time Monday night. Citing budget cuts and a grim economic climate, city leader have been looking at layoffs ...

Possible layoffs turn up the heat on the council

Forget the theory of global warming for a minute, but continue to concentrate on how warm it might get locally. It won't take a weather report to predict some on-coming heat for ...

Auburn positioned for 'renaissance'

Despite an economy weakened by the housing downturn, Auburn is on the verge of a new renaissance that should position the community for years to come, city officials said Friday. ...

City looks again at Auburn Bluffs

The Auburn City Council is expected to make a decision on a long-debated subdivision in Auburn Bluffs Monday night. Residents opposed to the recently approved 9.6-acre development ...