Gordon Ainsleigh

Reader Input: John Hinckley was tackled

Gordy, President Reagan was surrounded by enough firepower to take out a platoon when John Hinckley emptied his six-shooter wounding four people (“Blame these two for school ...

Reader Input: Letter a pathetic indictment

Letter a pathetic indictment What a truly bizarre letter to the editor from Gordon Ainsleigh on the Newtown tragedy (“Blame these two for school killings,” Reader Inp ...

Reader Input: Blame these two for school killings

If we want to stop these mass killings, it’s time to ask where these massacres occur. Sandy Hook Elementary School, where all firearms are prohibited; Virginia Tech, where ...

Reader Input: Climbing quarry a good thing

Good Grief! What got Evan (R. Keating) down on climbing (“Keep climbers clear of quarry,” Reader Input, Nov. 11)? Sixty people have died jumping off the Foresthill Bri ...

Reader Input Online: No vote on Prop. 37 means you won't know what's in your food

When Ross, a trail ultrarunner friend, quit running at age 76 and promptly came down with Parkinson’s disease, I searched the medical literature and found that vigorous exerc ...

Reader Input: Gordy Ainsleigh deserves votes

I have known Gordon Ainsleigh for 15 years. The range of his involvement in the community continually surprises me. I see him picking up road kills and trash off our roads, and p ...

Ainsleigh promotes value

I speak for the reelection of Gordy Ainsleigh to the Auburn Recreation District Board. It is difficult to describe or even summarize all that he has done for the district, and will ...

Reelect quiet hero to ARD

I’d like to recommend voting for our most precious Auburn Recreation District board member. I know him from Gold Country Toastmasters, where he has long been an active member, an ...

Better off with ‘Gordy’s’ efforts

I have known Dr. Gordon Ainsleigh (“Gordy” to most of us) for many, many years. It is remarkable how much this local legend has benefited the rest of us. He originated the Wes ...

Now Auburn is losing ground slowly

On Monday evening, the Auburn City Council raised park mitigation fees from abysmally low $1,073.28 to moderately low $5,108 (“Park impact fees to increase for the first time ...