Councilman Bill Kirby

Meddlers Report – Sept. 23

The Meddlers is an open-forum meeting sponsored by the Auburn Chamber of Commerce that meets at 7 a.m. every Tuesday at Auburn City Hall, 1225 Lincoln Way. Auburn Journal reporter ...

Auburn City Council: Nevada Street project needs public input

Revamping a major city thoroughfare took up much of Monday night’s Auburn City Council meeting as members discussed the best course of action for the proposed $1.5 million pr ...

City Council: Trust manager’s judgment

Monday night’s Auburn City Council meeting trailed away from last Friday’s concerns over the hiring of a new Administrative Services director following clarification on ...

Kirby: Advertise the position

Monday’s Auburn City Council meeting is set to cover a range of topics, but the filling of a top position in city government is drawing the criticism of a longtime council me ...

City Council makes quick work of list of consent items

In a relatively quick meeting Monday night, the Auburn City Council made short work of a wide variety of agenda items. From repealing a tax for fortune-tellers and approving an ea ...

City restructure aimed at streamlining, savings

The city of Auburn has taken its first steps in streamlining city government operations with the merging of two major departments – Public Works and Community Development. T ...

PlacerArts: No plans to leave Auburn

If you’re on the mailing list for the Auburn City Council agenda, you may have noticed that Monday night’s meeting includes a resolution in support of keeping a local a ...

City OKs budget, keeps 5 firefighters

The Auburn City Council approved the 2014-15 city operating budget Monday night, which includes a way for the city to prevent the layoffs of five city ...

City catches up to the 1960s

Auburn officials acted as if (Director of Public Works) Bernie Schroeder had discovered the Lost City of Atlantis when presenting a modest example of performance-based budgeting a ...

Police to drive leased vehicles

The city is looking at whether leasing certain police department vehicles might save some money. The police department will lease two non-pursuit vehicles as part of a pilot progr ...