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Where is logic in fire fee map lines?
Thursday Aug 23 2012
Re: “$150 fire fee bills targeted for some, not all, Auburn-area residents,” (Journal, Aug. 14):While I have known for some time this was coming, the Journal’s Tu ...
$150 fire fee bills targeted for some, not all, Auburn-area residents
Monday Aug 13 2012
AUBURN CA - Depending on what side of the border they’re living on, Auburn-area property owners could be in for a sudden shock in coming days when they open up an envelope with a ...
Our View: Seeing fire crews in action money well spent
Saturday Jul 14 2012
What started with a spark and 25 acres has ballooned into more than 1,900 acres of forestland on fire and more than 1,900 fire personnel trying to stop the spread. In the constan ...
Placer Supe Holmes lodges fire fee protest with state Fire Board
Friday May 25 2012
AUBURN CA - Citing Placer County concerns, Supervisor Jim Holmes has testified against the Cal Fire fee at a State Board of Forestry and Fire Protection hearing. State lawmakers a ...
Noon Hour Update: House burns in Colfax, what's next for Measure B and don't throw out those Easter eggs
Tuesday Apr 03 2012
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 ...
North Auburn, Ophir to vote June 5 on fire tax increase
Tuesday Jan 24 2012
AUBURN CA - Voters in Placer County’s North Auburn-Ophir fire protection coverage area will decide June 5 on whether they want to raise an additional $570,000 a year through high ...
Gaines digs in for fight against wildfire fee as governor retrenches
Friday Aug 12 2011
A move by Gov. Jerry Brown to seek changes to a controversial $150 annual wildfire fee for rural residents won’t alter state Sen. Ted Gaines’ resolve to stop it. The wildfire p ...
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