Keith Nesbitt

Reader Input Online: Keep it positive

As a local businessman in Auburn I want to let the community know that I have been very pleased with the current city council. The current council has maintained a balanced budget ...

Reader Input: These men keep city’s rates low

I keep hearing about sewer issues in this campaign season. I pay only $726 in the City of Auburn. My son has to pay $980 a year in the county. Auburn’s sewer treatment plan ...

Reader Input: Vote to keep Kirby, Nesbitt

The two most fundamental criteria when choosing whom to vote for, it seems to me, are the candidate’s past track record and the promise of hope for the future the candidate b ...

Reader Input: Nesbitt gives of himself

Keith Nesbitt is the right choice for Auburn City Council.  Keith leads by example. If you love Auburn, get out there and vote for Keith! As his late wife lost her battle with ...

Reader Input: Auburn leaders guide city well

As a local businessman in Auburn, I want to let the community know that I have been very pleased with the current city council. The current council has maintained a balanced budget ...

Let Nesbitt, Kirby continue

I’m proud to support Bill Kirby and Keith Nesbitt for re-election to the Auburn City Council. I’ve known and worked with both for years now, and they’ve proven over and over ...

Kirby, Nesbitt genuinely care

Dr. Bill Kirby and Keith Nesbit are the right candidates for the job. We have personally and professionally known Bill Kirby and Keith Nesbitt for many years. They are genuine thro ...

Our View: Kirby, Nesbitt have earned council terms

Watch a video (attached) of what Auburn city council candidates say what they think Auburn residents need the most and how they plan to address it. When it comes to Auburn’s ...

Incumbents think ahead

I know the Measure A/charter city initiative didn’t pass, but I didn’t think it was that bad of an idea since it would have resulted in more home rule and the potential to save ...

Debate gets heated among Auburn City Council candidates

It didn’t take long for a public debate among three candidates for two seats on the Auburn City Council to escalate into accusations of lies and personal attacks on Friday at the ...