Occupy Auburn

Closures, court cases, development, protests mark 2011 in Auburn

By Jenifer Gee Journal Editor As we welcome in 2012 and what the year has to bring, it’s also a time when we can reflect on what stories and events stood out in 2011. Auburn†...

Agrees with second writer

Re: Evelyn Deleon, (Reader Input, Nov. 30): “Neo-Marxist fascist thugs.” Did you make that up? Geesh, get real! Re: Norman Pettit, (Reader Input, Nov. 27): Great letter! You sp ...

Why name-call rally participants?

It’s obvious that Evelyn Deleon (“Occupy Auburn thugs asleep,” Reader Input, Nov. 30) wasn’t anywhere near the “Auburn 99 Percent Rally” on Nov. 17. I was, and I sure ...

Occupy Auburn thugs asleep

Re: “Occupy movement arrives,” (Journal, Nov. 18): The neo-Marxist fascist thugs in the Occupy Auburn movement who hate capitalism need to visit a country like Cuba to see firs ...

Observations of Occupiers

I want to thank Dave Hungerford (Reader Input, Nov. 22) for his response to my letter. My concern was with (Occupy Auburn) parking as I had a difficult time finding a parking place ...

Citizens support small business

In response to Mike Monahan’s letter (Reader Input, Sunday, Nov. 20) about the (Occupy) Auburn rally on Thursday: As a member of the steering committee for Placer County Citizens ...

Letter writer’s rally observation skewed

A letter in the Sunday (Nov. 20) Journal by Mike Monahan claimed that protestors at Thursday’s Occupy Auburn rally were “a screaming mob of young ragtag people with a smatterin ...

Occupy Auburn parking hurt business

Occupy Auburn is impacting our local small businesses. Those protesting should know better than to park on the streets in front of businesses that depend on that parking for their ...