Auburn Union School District

School district searching for interim trustee

The Auburn Union School District is looking for someone to fill one of its trustee seats. Newly elected Trustee Charles Boggus resigned Saturday, according to the district. “Th ...

Give freely to Auburn schools

Measure L was a proposition on the Nov. 2 ballot. Its goal was to get all of the property owners who live within the Auburn Union School District to add $59 to their parcel tax per ...

School budgets hard to decipher

Thank you, (Auburn Union School District Superintendent) Michele Schuetz, for responding to my letter to the editor asking the citizens of Auburn to be shown where and how the moni ...

School district an open book

This letter is written in response to the letter by James McKesson on Nov. 21. In order to be transparent, the Auburn Union School District posts budget information, reports and u ...

Auburn schools funding in crisis still

Even though Measure L didn’t reach the two-thirds super-majority needed to pass, I want to thank the residents of Auburn for giving serious consideration to this local proposal a ...

Administration lean for schools

In response to Mary Ann Frank’s letter (Reader Input, Nov. 8), as a board member of the Auburn Union School District, I have examined the district’s operations from many perspe ...

Officials react to Measure L loss

Supporters of the now-defunct Measure L are voicing their concerns after the ballot item failed to gather the two-thirds vote it needed. Measure L would have been an annual $59 ta ...

Measure L voted down

As of 11:30 p.m. the Placer County Office of Elections website reported that 54.19 percent of residents had voted yes on Measure L, and 45.81 percent voted no. The measure needed 6 ...

Measure supporters encourage voting

Measure L supporters are hoping to end their campaign strong, but there are some who still oppose the potential tax. If passed, Measure L would impose a $59 annual tax on propert ...

Our View: Local, state and national issues take stage Tuesday

Polls will open in about 48 hours, so if you haven’t voted yet with a mail-in ballot, there’s still time to bone up on the candidates, propositions and measures that are repeat ...