Auburn Union School District

Poor schools increase other costs

I would like to challenge the voters of the Auburn area who are pondering Measure L to consider the larger picture. Having worked in a prison and around corrections for nearly four ...

Measure L deserves yes

Over the past 10 years the Auburn Union School District has been forced to make major cuts to its budget. The state has cut nearly $3 million meant for Auburn’s classrooms. For a ...

Trustees bring varied experience, ideas to the board

The four Auburn Union School District trustees running unopposed Nov. 2 for four seats bring a variety of work experience to the board. There are five seats on the district boar ...

Odd comment on Measure L

I have never written to the paper before, but the (Oct. 19) Reader Input from Mr. (Ken) Newman regarding Measure L disturbs me greatly. Granted, I live outside Auburn Union Sch ...

Measure L is a vote for schools

No one wants to pay more property tax, but we also don’t want our children’s education to suffer. At only 16 cents per day to property owners within the Auburn Union School Di ...

School district ‘hopeful’ about parcel tax

As Nov. 2 draws near, those who support and oppose Measure L are speaking out about the proposed parcel tax. Measure L would impose an annual $59 parcel tax on properties within th ...

Two measures worth support

As I see it, there are two measures on the local ballot that need our support. Measure L, the Auburn Union School District measure, would channel the $59 cost per parcel for prope ...

Measure L not good for seniors

Have you looked real close at your brand new property tax bill this year? Look at how much you and I are paying for school bonds now and the Auburn Union School District wants you ...

Measure L will strengthen education

I recently received information in the mail about the state of school funding in California and I was appalled. In order to try to fix their own mess, the politicians in Sacrament ...

Our View: Measure L is an investment in Auburn, and in children

Voters considering Measure L on the Nov. 2 ballot should put the question in the form of an equation: Good schools + supportive public better prepared students and a stronger qual ...