North Auburn

True leader needed for county post

I have received a request via email to express my opinion regarding selection of a new Placer County executive officer. I believe all interested Placer County citizens should take ...

Watch that bottom line

Supervisors: Look over the engineering very carefully before making any commitments. Engineering firms do make errors. On some projects I worked on they received a percentage of th ...

Think low cost for wastewater

Re: Regional sewer: This project is being driven by politics, special interests and the fear of regulations. The needs of Lincoln cannot be a contributing factor in the decision-ma ...

Lousy drivers start young

Wow, get my blood boiling. I take exception to some of the comments in today’s Auburn Journal concerning senior drivers (“Study: Seniors may be risk on road,” Journal, Feb. 2 ...

Great to see cooperation

I read with great interest the guest editorial by Supervisor (Robert) Weygandt on Monday Feb. 27 (“Regional plan best way to address wastewater options.”) It appears that all t ...

Auburn City Council balks at 40 percent sewer rate increase

Fearing that residents’ money could be flushed down the drain, Auburn city council members stopped short Monday of backing efforts to consolidate the county’s sewage tr ...

Placer County challenged over eviction plans

The future is uncertain for Maria Murguia as Placer County moves to evict tenants of North Auburn’s Bell Garden Apartments and tear down two 68-year-old buildings. Murguia has li ...

Another View: Decision near on wastewater project

Since taking office in January 2005, I have invested significant time and energy to find cost-effective and reliable solutions to meet North Auburn’s wastewater compliance requir ...

Community Portrait: Hospice volunteer fulfilled by this ‘honor and privilege’

Fifteen years ago Theresa Fultz retired from a career in mortgage banking. Fultz is an outdoorsy person and for a while in retirement she busied herself with hiking, skiing, snowsh ...

Behind the Signature: Geary C. Tiffany

A visit with the Journal’s frequent letter contributors. Geary C. Tiffany Lives in: North Auburn, with wife Marysue, since retiring three years ago. The Tiffanys have a son and ...