Auburn City Council

Another View: Mend, don’t end redevelopment

Governor Brown’s proposal to eliminate all 425 local redevelopment agencies and take their money for state budgetary purposes would kill the City of Auburn’s Streetscape progra ...

New sign may help promote Auburn

The city of Auburn has a basic plan for how to use its redevelopment funds, and some residents think a new sign is a necessity. The Auburn City Council acting as the Auburn Urba ...

Our View: Time to tighten up long meetings

It’s hard to imagine anything productive coming out of an almost six-hour-long meeting. And that was the case Thursday night when the Auburn City Council decided to further tab ...

Another View: Enforce the Hazardous Vegetation Abatement Ordinance

As President Harry Truman was leaving office, he wondered out loud about the managerial skills of General Eisenhower, the incoming president, in the political world. “He’ll si ...

Our View: Out with the old positions we don’t need

It’s a new year and there’s no better time to apply the familiar saying, “Out with the old and in with the new” when it comes to some of the elected positions in Auburn. V ...

City clerk’s minutes’ change dangerous

The article of Dec. 15 regarding the attempt of city clerk Joe Labrie to edit and alter the contents of the minutes of the Oct. 25 City Council meeting to further his agenda or opi ...

Time is now to plan for 725 Ravine homes

Adding more than 700 homes to Auburn is big news. And that’s just what the Baltimore Ravine project proposes. It has been the topic of conversation this year for city staff and ...

Baltimore Ravine gets Planning Commission approval

A plan to build hundreds of homes in Auburn moved forward after the Planning Commission voted unanimously to approve it, despite some residents’ concerns. Two parts of the Balti ...