Joseph Labrie

Clerk beyond transparent

It appears that the current City Clerk of Auburn, Mr. (Joseph) Labrie, has chosen not only to be transparent but to be invisible in campaigning for holding the office. Telling ind ...

Another View: Boilerplate not good for us

What you don?t now will hurt you. Mayor (Kevin) Hanley says this is the best charter in the state. Not so. This is a template with a few of his own revisions. There are at least tw ...

City clerk admonished for speaking up

In response to David York’s letter of Oct. 31.  1. Yes. I did take a temporary 10 percent pay cut (from $300 to $270) along with the other elected officials, management and the ...

Powers fundraising dinner

Mayor Bridget Powers is continuing her campaign effort. The Bridget Powers for Auburn City Council Committee and Ben and Margareta Asgharzadeh are hosting a fundraiser from 5:30- ...

Holmes fundraising barbecue

Councilman Mike Holmes is planning a fundraiser to kick off his election campaign. The Committee to Elect Mike Holmes to Auburn City Council is hosting “An Evening BBQ with Mike ...

City Council candidates speak out

A former Auburn City Council member and current City Clerk have decided to add their names to the list of candidates vying for three City Council positions. Other candidates inclu ...

Residents consider candidacy

Auburn may see some new faces in elected positions after Nov. 2. Residents Dan Sokol, Bob Snyder and Joseph Labrie have pulled papers for Auburn City Council, according to the Pla ...

City clerk deserves better treatment

Re: “Clerk takes pay cut,” (Journal, June 29). As a former employee (now retired) of the city of Auburn for 20 years, I was anxious to read this article in its entirety. This ...

Fewer dollars for city clerk

Auburn’s city clerk will make less money starting in December 2012. City Council voted Monday night to lower the city clerk’s salary from $270 a month to $200. The clerk’s s ...