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City home rehabilitation repairs to help with health and safety issues
Wednesday Aug 31 2011
Low-income homeowners in Auburn could get some help making repairs to their houses through a new city Housing Rehabilitation Program. According to Reg Murray, senior planner with ...
Auburn homebuyer program looks to assist first-time, low-income residents
Friday Jun 24 2011
A new housing program in Auburn could help some local families achieve their dreams of owning a home for the first time. The state approved a $487,500 HOME Investment Partnership ...
City program to help low-income, first-time homebuyers
Friday Jun 17 2011
Low-income Auburnites who want to buy their first homes can now receive some help from the city. The state recently awarded the city of Auburn with a HOME Investment Partnership G ...
City OK’s hotel permit extension
Wednesday Mar 16 2011
A Hampton Inn & Suites is still a possibility for Auburn. In a 4-0 vote Tuesday night the Auburn Planning Commission approved an extension for the project’s design review permit ...
Auburn may still get Lincoln Way hotel
Friday Feb 25 2011
A three-story, 104-room Hampton Inn & Suites hotel is still a possibility in Auburn. In 2008 the Auburn City Council denied the appeals of residents opposed to the project and gav ...
Planning Commission says Herdal the best
Tuesday Feb 15 2011
The Auburn Planning Commission thinks Herdal Drive is the best way to get into the potential 790-home Baltimore Ravine development, despite some neighbors disagreeing. In a 2-0 v ...
Baltimore Ravine agenda is intense
Friday Jan 07 2011
One through 8 below are the highlights of the Auburn City Council Special Session Agenda to be held 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 13, for the Baltimore Ravine Project (Journal, Jan. 6). ...
Apt. housing construction a year away
Thursday Aug 19 2010
Construction on a new affordable senior housing community could begin at the end of 2011. On Aug. 9 Auburn City Council approved the 60-unit Mercy Auburn Senior Apartments projec ...
New apartments mean more traffic?
Wednesday Jul 21 2010
Traffic problems are a topic of debate surrounding a possible senior apartment complex on Sacramento Street. In a four-to-one vote Tuesday night, the Auburn Planning Commission m ...
Impact report ready for residents
Friday Jun 25 2010
Auburn residents now have a chance to learn and comment about the possible 725-home development in Baltimore Ravine. The four-pound environmental impact report addresses concerns ...
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