Kevin Hanley

Auburn welcomes Amgen Tour of California

The colorful cacophony of a world-class bike race arrived and swiftly departed Sunday from Auburn in a spectacle they call the Amgen Tour of California, leaving good feelings in it ...

Auburn OKs 'cloud' system

Auburn City Council members approved two programs Monday night that will use new age technologies designed to improve the lives of residents ...

Another View: Fire council aims to keep residents, property safe

As the rain dissipates and spring becomes summer, all of us think and worry about the fire danger to our neighborhoods. Remember how last year’s Rim Fire charred over 250,0 ...

Firefighters call on public to prevent layoffs

The Auburn Firefighters Association, which represents members of Auburn City Fire, has created an online method for concerned residents to voice their support for the five firefigh ...

City approves new manager

Auburn City Council members announced Thursday afternoon that they selected Tim Rundel, 47, of Oklahoma, as Auburn’s new city manager. Rundel will be leaving his job as assi ...

Reader Input: Conflicts surface within City Council

Having read Mr. (Gary) Moffatt’s article (“Council, chamber’s too-cozy deal,” Another View, April 20) and then Mr. (Kevin) Hanley’s response (“C ...

Council set to pick new city manager

It was set to be a busy weekend for Auburn City Council members as they work toward selecting a new city manager. Council members were to have been in closed session all day Satur ...

Reader Input: Council member vows to ‘do right’

On Easter morning, Gary Moffat used his guest column, “Council, chamber’s too-cozy deal,” to say that I’m not qualified for my new job, that I’m invol ...

Council to planners: Proposed fees way too high

City planners were sent back to the drawing board by the Auburn City Council this week to lower proposed increases in planning application fees, some of which called for large incr ...

Fire department loses grant, possibly 5 employees

The Auburn City Fire Department may have to lay off five firefighters this summer after a $681,900, two-year-long grant expires. Fire Chief Mark D’Ambrogi said he found out ...