Bill Kirby

City asks businesses to take temporary signs down

The city of Auburn is once again tightening its restrictions on outdoor advertising, and some merchants aren’t happy about it. On Thursday Lance Lowe, associate planner for the ...

More structure, less glitz planned for Streetscape phase

Auburn residents can expect a less fancy phase 2 of the Streetscape project. Streetscape is a street beautification and improvement project connecting Old Town and Downtown Auburn ...

City Council talks medical marijuana

Auburn is getting ready to impose fines to discourage medical marijuana dispensaries. In a 4-1 vote Monday night the Auburn City Council approved the first reading of an ordinanc ...

Council forms plan for financial priorities

The Auburn City Council has some goals for the city, which revolve around saving money while providing the same level of services to residents. At a 10 a.m. special session on Su ...

Special session to address City Council goals

Goals for the city will be a subject of discussion at a meeting Sunday morning. The Auburn City Council is holding a special session starting at 10 a.m. Sunday in Room 10 at City ...

Family classic films return to Auburn

Local residents can once again watch classic tales under the stars in the streets and parks of Auburn this summer. Auburn Movie Night is returning for nine installments, and the d ...

Authority greenlights spending $248K of redevelopment monies

City officials have given the OK to spend $248,358 of redevelopment funds. In a unanimous vote at Monday night’s Auburn Urban Development Authority meeting City Council members ...

Baltimore Ravine set for approval?

Auburn residents may see the approval of the first phase of Baltimore Ravine Monday. The Auburn City Council is once again scheduled to look at the Baltimore Ravine Specific Plan ...