Borland Avenue

AT&T speaks out about potential monopine

An AT&T representative says a potential 78-foot Borland Avenue monopine cell phone tower would not only improve reception, but also bring a stronger wireless infrastructure to the ...

Public meeting to address cell tower tension

Auburn residents can voice their concerns and get some answers at an upcoming public meeting regarding a possible 80-foot cell phone tower on Borland Avenue. According to Jacob Re ...

Neighbors rise against possible cell phone tower

Several neighbors on Borland Avenue are mobilizing to fight a potential 78-foot monopine cell phone tower that could be erected in the neighborhood. Danusia Szumowski, O.C. Taylor ...

Cell tower continued again

Borland Avenue residents and business owners still don’t know if a 78-foot monopine cell phone tower will rise in their neighborhood. The Auburn City Council continued the topic ...

Cell tower issue continued

City Council members won’t be discussing a potential cell phone tower for Borland Avenue at Monday’s meeting. Although the members voted Nov. 8 to continue the issue to tonigh ...

Future of cell tower up in the air

Any decisions about a possible cell phone tower on Borland Avenue will have to wait. Monday night the Auburn City Council voted unanimously to continue the issue until those repre ...

Resident has negative reception for cell tower

An Auburn resident is appealing a decision made by the Auburn Planning Commission to allow a 78-foot AT&T cell phone tower to be constructed 75 feet from his residence. O.C. Taylo ...

Another View: Think inside the tinderbox

The Auburn Journal editorial, “2010: Let’s get back to basics” (Jan. 3), noted in reference to the devastating 49 Fire, “If area residents had known what could have happene ...

Improvements are appreciated

To the “powers that be”: city, state, whatever. Thank you for the street improvements at the intersection of Highway 49 at Borland Avenue. Special mention – the traffic co ...

Lasting impressions: Auburn's vintage signs are roadside attractions

The big, bold and splashy Lou La Bonte’s restaurant sign is a stylish throwback to a time when cars had fins, the road across Donner Summit was winding Highway 40 and you’d get ...