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Reader Input: Immigration letter repeats inaccuracies

Bill Welch’s letter regarding illegal immigration contains some inaccuracies that are perpetuated as truth (“Illegal immigration harms Americans,” Reader Input, S ...

Reader Input: God figures in nation’s genesis

Concerning Norman Pettit’s letter to the editor (“Freedom from religion a right, too,” Reader Input, July 6): Let’s review the Declaration of Independence ...

Reader Input: Sewer rate proposal unclear

It is important to write a letter to the Auburn city clerk to protest and oppose the proposed sewer rate increases if you want your opinion to count. According to the rules of Pr ...

Reader Input: Fight the sewer rate increase

Our last and best chance to halt the regional sewer scheme is upon us. Auburn’s City Council will raise rates soon unless enough ratepayers document their disapproval. It i ...

Reader Input: Taking exception to ‘slumlord’ letter

In response to the letter from Cherie Holm (“Auburn area lousy for affordable rentals,” Reader Input, June 5), I would like to make her and other residents of the great ...

Reader Input: Sewer hike cash going where?

I am writing about the letter I received from the City of Auburn about the sewer hike. As an owner of a single-family residence in Auburn, I have a few questions about this issue t ...

Reader Input: Letter writer a model for all

I so much appreciate Jim Beall’s letters to the editor (“Stop falling for falsehoods,” Reader Input, March 11). Jim, your ability to communicate with intelligence ...

Reader Input: Don’t allow idiots the vote

I’m getting pretty used to reading letters to the Auburn Journal that are written by some fairly ill-informed authors. Today’s letter, “‘Gender identity&r ...

Reader Input: Letter writer must explain

After Mr. (Geary) Tiffany’s latest NRA diatribe (“NRA now a lobbying tool,” Reader Input, May 29), don’t readers deserve a candid explanation of the injurie ...

Reader Input: Is writer one of many or few?

Chuck Butler’s “simple answer” regarding President Obama is what one would expect from a “simpleton” (“America is being destroyed,” Reader ...