Lake Clementine

Mike Holmes a thrifty politician

I strongly recommend Mike Holmes for re-election to the Auburn City Council. Not only has he done outstanding work as an incumbent, but he has been particularly thrifty with the t ...

Keep lake open permanently

Thanks to Brian Little for his support of Lake Clementine (Reader Input, July 2). Truly we need the support of all parties interested in keeping the lake open on a permanent basi ...

Clementine must stay open

I believe that Lake Clementine should be kept open. It provides an excellent place for small boat owners and kayakers to take their craft. The big boat owners already have Folsom ...

Different keeper for Clementine?

Regarding Gus Thomson’s April 16 article on the potential closing of Lake Clementine, I am amazed there was no number-crunching done by the author, nor serious investigation as t ...

Auburn springs to life with plans, public projects

This past month the Auburn City Council has moved forward on a number of important issues. We reacted quickly to the news that Lake Clementine in the Auburn State Recreation Area ...

Jim Holmes pooh-poohs party switch

Before we pry open the notebook, let me thank those who keep track of such matters better than myself for pointing out that Jim Holmes “remains ensconced” ensconced in his 3r ...

Tracing a rumor to usual suspects

Repaving the notebook while praying that the once the city finishes Streetscape, it will use some of the fences to enclose homes containing pitbulls ... One “Holmes” that won ...

Indulge that urge to tidy during river cleanup day

On the list of things you don’t want to share your local river with, soiled diapers rank pretty high. Unfortunately, diapers are just one of the many kinds of refuse that litter ...

Boaters fighting lake closure

Threat of closure is roiling the normally placid waters of a popular haven for boaters near Auburn. A destination for kayakers and powerboaters, the smooth-as-glass Lake Clementin ...

It takes money to run our parks

Mr. Gordon Frazier can stay outraged at the increase in park fees (Reader Input, Aug. 23), wow a whole $5. Then again, he could sit outside the closed gates to some of the parks a ...