costco

Will Auburn sue county over Costco?

The first Auburn City Council meeting of the new year has all the makings of a long, discussion-filled gathering. Among other items, the council will be talking about the short-te ...

Reader Input: County, city split on Costco very sad

Something happened to Costco on its way to coming to the city of Auburn. As hard as the City Council and its staff worked with the folks from Costco, they could not find a location ...

Nesbitt: City to change for the better

There are no two ways about it: Auburn is in the midst of transition. New blood on the City Council, a newish city manager and finance director, and the reorganization of several ...

Reader Input: If it’s built, they will come

People are afraid to change with the times. All you hear is, we don’t want the box stores to come, but those are the people that are the first ones to shop at them. People ...

Reader input: City is experiencing ‘sales tax envy’

The City of Auburn’s consideration of legal action against the county related to the potential Costco development certainly has the appearance of “sour grapes.” T ...

Costco: City eyes legal leverage

The battle over a big-box store in North Auburn may just be heating up as the city alludes to possible legal action on the horizon. While the future of the proposed North Auburn C ...

Reader Input: Show Music and More support

Last Friday evening I attended a fundraiser for Music and More Performing and Visual Arts. After hearing the beautiful singing voices of sisters Julia and Hannah Zimmerman, with ac ...

Reader Input: Feeling helpless in face of big boxes

Thank you, Scott Holbrook, for your insightful view on Costco moving into the DeWitt Center (“Breaking down the argument for big boxes,” Another View, Dec. 10). Your th ...

Reader Input: Attack those who disagree

Re: Bart Ruud, Auburn/ (“Mediation the answer in Costco dilemma,” Reader Input, Dec. 14). Why is it that any point of view differing from one’s own is charged ...

Reader Input: Supes see only dollar signs

Shame on our supervisors, four of them at least, who would obviously sell their mothers for a tax dollar to protect a great community resource. Cheers to Scott Holbrook who broug ...