city charter

Measure A crafted badly

Transparency issues in charter process would indicate something to hide.Steve Galyardt’s recent letter (“‘No on A’ group plays with truth,” Reader Inp ...

Measure A a power grab

Don?t let charter proponents pull the wool over your eyes. We?ve seen this before. When politicians and their power-hungry allies get exposed to having no facts to back up their ar ...

Charter prepared over many months

Last week, Ms. (Leslye) Janusz asserted that the Auburn charter “was rushed onto the ballot” (“Oppose charter for better town,” Reader Input, April 20). Th ...

Act local, show support for Measure A

Quite some time ago I became suspicious of public officials and special interest groups using words that make me feel good, and lately I have been hearing about the citizens of Aub ...

Proposed charter needs clarification

Re: proposed Auburn city charter (full text and pro and con — Journal, April 6):I have a few questions/concerns for our city fathers, the Auburn Chamber of Commerce and the p ...

Charter makes it way to election ballot

Auburn residents now have a final draft of the city’s potential charter on the June ballot after a short discussion Monday that failed to attract public comment. Residents may a ...