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Better revisit redevelopment
Thursday Mar 10 2011
Re: Silver Bend redevelopment monies, (Journal, March 5): How many foreclosures and dwellings are available in the Auburn area for less than $125,000? Many! Why spend $300,000 pe ...
Authority greenlights spending $248K of redevelopment monies
Tuesday Mar 01 2011
City officials have given the OK to spend $248,358 of redevelopment funds. In a unanimous vote at Monday night’s Auburn Urban Development Authority meeting City Council members ...
Our View: Is this the last we’ll see of Streetscape and redevelopment?
Friday Feb 25 2011
Use it or lose it … or the last waltz? As the city of Auburn spends its remaining redevelopment money on the second phase of the Streetscape project, building improvements and, ...
How Auburn can lead the state
Thursday Jan 27 2011
Considering the lack of success in Streetscape I (loss of parking, loss of merchants, loss of safe, historic intersection) I think Auburn should voluntarily return any redevelopmen ...
Another View: Mend, don’t end redevelopment
Tuesday Jan 25 2011
Governor Brown’s proposal to eliminate all 425 local redevelopment agencies and take their money for state budgetary purposes would kill the City of Auburn’s Streetscape progra ...
New sign may help promote Auburn
Tuesday Jan 25 2011
The city of Auburn has a basic plan for how to use its redevelopment funds, and some residents think a new sign is a necessity. The Auburn City Council acting as the Auburn Urba ...
Brown budget plans threaten Auburn, Hwy. 49 streetscape projects
Wednesday Jan 19 2011
Redevelopment money has constructed a revitalized Downtown Auburn Streetscape and dressed up the Bell Road-Highway 49 intersection in North Auburn. But state Gov. Jerry Brown’s ...
Stalled 142-room Auburn hotel could get $2.5 million in fed funds
Wednesday Oct 14 2009
Stalled plans to build a 142-room, upscale Marriott inn in Bowman could get a $2.5 million jumpstart from federal funds. Under a proposal that Placer County is taking to the state ...
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