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Wednesday, October 1
Reader Input: Try facts before blabbering
Wednesday Sep 10 2014
I keep wondering how it can be that prolific letter writer Ron Lowe can get it wrong on so many issues. I am referring to his most recent letter that appeared in the Journal on Sep ...
City making headway in battle against begging
Wednesday Jul 23 2014
Auburn’s war on panhandling is catching the attention of other counties and municipalities throughout California. The campaign is part of a larger effort geared toward endin ...
Anti-panhandling campaign continues in Auburn
Thursday Nov 28 2013
Thanksgiving Eve generally brings large numbers of people out to shop for last-minute groceries, which is why Auburn Police Chief John Ruffcorn, Mayor Kevin Hanley, Vice Mayor Brid ...
Reader Input: Homeless beg, yet own dogs
Thursday Nov 21 2013
I see lots of homeless people asking for food, work or money. I would like to know why, where or how they usually have a dog with them. How can they afford to feed a dog or pur ...
Panhandling campaign making inroads in Auburn
Friday Nov 01 2013
Auburn Police Chief John Ruffcorn headed back to the Elm Street shopping center on Thursday to continue his campaign against local panhandling. From noon to 1 p.m., Ruffcorn, acco ...
Auburn’s fledgling anti-panhandling campaign spreading
Thursday Oct 17 2013
The city of Auburn effort to discourage panhandling by convincing people not to give is spreading to North Auburn. Business employees like Garret Jensen of Rock Creek Plaza’ ...
Auburn police campaign against panhandling starts next week
Tuesday Oct 08 2013
The “panhandling solutions pocket guide” will be making its way into the community next week as the Auburn Police Department begins its campaign to help prevent local p ...
NOON HOUR UPDATE: Auburn to crack down on panhandling; street names and Auburn and Sutter staff help those in need
Tuesday Aug 27 2013
What we’re working on: Auburn’s police chief has secured $2,500 from Auburn city coffers for a campaign to convince people to stop forking over cash to panhandlers. Rep ...
Aeolia Drive resident may win partial reprieve from $11,600 fine
Monday Jul 25 2011
A man who owes the city more than $11,000 in property citations may only have to pay $600 after a City Council decision Monday night. After a long debate with no resolution, the A ...
City: Police can arrest panhandlers
Tuesday Jun 28 2011
Auburnites can now expect stricter laws on panhandling and soliciting in the city. In a unanimous vote Monday night the Auburn City Council passed the Solicitation Ordinance and ...
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