Bob Namanny

Reader Input: Every 10 miles a Walmart?

I have to respond to Ms. (Patricia) Meisinger’s letter to the editor about Walmart being a good fit for Auburn (Reader Input, Oct. 8). How tragic it is that one might have ...

Steps to take to discourage dumping

It is disgusting that people just dump stuff wherever they please (Journal, Jan. 19). However, neither APDS (Auburn Placer Disposal Service) nor the city and county do much to alle ...

Bureaucracy takes no holiday

I can only hope that the public does not think that all U.S. Postal Service personnel enforce bureaucratic regulations as unfeelingly as the postmaster of Colfax (Journal, Dec. 4). ...

Behind the Signature: Bob Namanny

A visit with the Journal’s frequent letter contributors. Bob Namanny Lives in: Auburn since 1988 with wife, Patricia. The Namannys have six sons, “all grown and married.” C ...

Give it back to the kids

I read in the Sept. 29 Journal – Reader Input – Bob Namanny said, “It’s high time to pay for arts in schools.” I hate to say this, but you’re wasting paper and ink. You ...

It’s high time to pay for arts in schools

Here we go again! The arts take a hit (Journal, Sept. 29). Why is it that the first thing to go in the schools is always the fine art programs? Every educator knows that academic ...

Hoping former owner can’t adopt ‘Otis’

I don’t know if I’m alone in my feelings, but I have to admit some amazement that the pitbulls involved in the attack on JoJo (Kerschner) are still alive. Any dog involved in ...

Proposed site for Costco is bad idea

I fear the mere mention of another big box store may already be a foregone conclusion given that most of our county supervisors seem willing to sell their own mothers for a new tax ...