business

Auburn looks at dimming amount of Old Town neon signage

After six public meetings, rounds of follow-up emails and the first of two Auburn City Council public hearings, the signage ordinance update is all but wrapped up, but the biggest, ...

Food truck debate in Auburn beckons question of fairness

Editor’s note: This is the first story of a three-part series that will appear in the Journal in the days leading up to the Sept. 24 Auburn City Council meeting, where a new set ...

Noon Hour Update: Local business and ADA; youth sports costs; low voter numbers; food co-op and vote for the best female athlete

Welcome to the Auburn Journal's "Noon Hour Update," where we'll present you with stories and updates on what's going on in the news and what we're working on for our Thursday editi ...

Vote for the best businesses in Auburn

OK Auburn ... here's your chance to nominate your favorite businesses in our annual Best of the Best reader's choice awards. Tell us your favorite place for sushi, favorite fitness ...

Noon Hour Update: Investigating President Obama; State of the Community; business fair and Placer County Fairgrounds on the move?

Welcome to the Auburn Journal's "Noon Hour Update," where we'll present you with stories and updates on what's going on in the news and what we're working on for our Wednesday edit ...

Abilities of businesses vary

There seems to be some accommodation for small businesses: Under Titles to ADA: “Title III also has application to existing facilities.” One of the definitions of “discrimina ...

Attorney lining his pockets

Well, once again Scott Johnson has been busy hitting up our Placer County businesses (Weimar Country Store struggles to stay open,” Journal, March 22). I am outraged on how this ...

Our View: Unified plan needed for local business

Auburn is often described as a tight-knit local community that helps one another out. That didn’t seem to be completely the case for some of our businesses last week. At a city ...

Businesses have had decades to comply

Concerning Assemblywoman (Beth) Gaines’ bill regarding ADA compliance (Journal, Feb. 23): I say: OK, another 120 days to comply, fine. But, good grief, businesses have had almost ...

California, sadly, not business-friendly

In 1980 I quit my job at Hewlett-Packard as a software engineer and started a small business in San Jose, which our two oldest sons took over in 2005. I became semi-retired and mov ...