development

Development to destroy rural community

As people of the unincorporated areas of the county, areas such as Penryn, Newcastle and Ophir, it has long been known that we reside under the whims and influences of the (Placer) ...

People unaware of new development

Did you know? If you are like most Auburnites, the answer to this question is probably “no.” While most of us were working at our day jobs, or were distracted by the looming ...

Traffic, main entrance still causes for neighbor concern in Baltimore Ravine project

Although construction isn’t starting yet, the Baltimore Ravine development is moving forward and neighbors expressed their opinions Thursday. Stephen Des Jardins, the developer ...

Start building at Baltimore

Re: “Baltimore Ravine going to City Council,” Journal, Jan. 6. I absolutely agree with the home building project at Baltimore Ravine. It will give Auburn more places for peopl ...

Emphasize the practical

We don’t need any more signs or development in the Auburn area (Journal, Jan. 25). Once again, we need to focus on jobs (permanent) and help for the needy. We need to focus on h ...

Baltimore Ravine on the road to approval?

The Baltimore Ravine Specific Plan and Study Area project may come one step closer to approval Tuesday night. The entire Baltimore Ravine project is planned to include 725 homes, ...

Development won’t solve all

The project on Highway 49 has been approved (Journal, Sept. 29). This action has opened the floodgates for more building — a victory for the profit-makers and a loss for the loca ...

Said and Dunn: Soccer star picks USD

Austin Dunn remembers back when he was a 14-year-old and his teammates on Porterville’s under-19 club soccer team would call him, “Division I.” It turns out they were right ...

Auburn growing too fast for itself

I have seen a lot of vacant buildings in Auburn lately. I wonder why city planners keep approving stores and office buildings, and builders keep asking to have buildings approved. ...

Development has come to screeching halt

One thing becomes clear if you own a map that’s just 15 years old — it’s obsolete in western Placer County. One development plan after another has blossomed in Roseville. L ...