Bill Radakovitz

Installation dinner kicks off 2011 at Auburn chamber

The Auburn Chamber of Commerce will usher in a new president and honor standout members at an annual installation dinner Jan. 8. Tony Hazarian, Auburn Journal publisher, will offi ...

Holiday cheer is floating through town

It’s time once again to bundle up with family and see “The Light in a Child’s Eyes.” The annual Festival of Lights Parade will be rolling through Auburn’s streets startin ...

Incumbents the way to go

Having lived here for over 42 years, raising a family and owning a business Downtown, I am supporting the incumbents for both Auburn City Council and Auburn Recreation District. T ...

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 ...

Aanestad creates hotline for complaints about labor code fines

The names and circumstances are being kept confidential, but state Sen. Sam Aanestad’s office says it has received more than two dozen reports from businesses across the state si ...

Power Breakfast unveils a desire for more marketing

While most local business owners who responded to a March 11 “walking survey” said business was OK, close to 20 percent said they are struggling. The feedback from more than 4 ...

Local chambers weather the economic storm

It’s no surprise that when business is slow, everyone feels it. For many local area Chamber of Commerce organizations, the slow economy has brought a decline in membership due t ...

New president takes helm at Chamber of Commerce

The new president of the Auburn Chamber of Commerce is focused on steering the organization through tough times. Bill Radakovitz, who replaced Ann Rivero at the start of the new y ...

Festival of Lights to illuminate Downtown Auburn

In case you were wondering, Auburn’s holiday season officially starts Saturday night. Christmas cheer kicks into high gear with the Festival of Lights parade, which takes over ...