Robert Namanny

Reader Input: Community stands together

With regard to Robert Namanny’s letter to The Journal on Oct. 30 (“Larson family must be compensated”), I cannot agree more. The events that unraveled on Oct. 24 ...

Reader Input: Larson family must be compensated

The tragedies associated with this event (Oct. 24 officer shootings) never seem to end. First, the deaths of the two officers and what that has done to their families and departmen ...

Reader Input: A few steps would ease Auburn traffic

Spring brings traffic light problems? (“Spring brings road work and signal light issues,” Journal, March 23). Seems to me traffic flow is a major and unaddressed issu ...

Reader Input: Stop tyranny of the rising fees

I just received my property tax bill. I noticed that the City of Auburn sewer charge has gone up from $650 to $736 per year. It is now 23 percent of my property tax bill. Fees in g ...

Reader Input: Uniforms help in education

There are many reasons why most charter and private schools are generally more successful than our public schools, but I wish to focus on one aspect that was mentioned in Tuesday&r ...

Who benefits from ADA lawsuits?

Who cannot, by now, legitimately question the motives of this attorney who launches all these essentially frivolous lawsuits against small businesses (Weimar Country Store struggle ...

Make English official language

The reason claimed for delay of eviction action — that information was not provided in Spanish — brings up an issue that is increasingly important (“Bell Garden plans in limb ...

Auburn should drive down Wal-Mart

Years ago when the Board of Supervisors approved the Bohemia site for a big-box store I said two things — first that they would sell their mothers for a dollar of tax revenue, an ...

Better to ban pitbulls outright

Isn’t it time? It is with only the rarest of exceptions that when a dog attack is reported that the offending breed is not a pitbull. Some say blame the owners and not the dogs. ...

Namanny named Meadow Vista's Postmaster

Robert Namanny will be sworn in as the new Meadow Vista Postmaster at 1 p.m. today at the Meadow Vista Post Office, 16930 Placer Hills Road. Namanny, 63, began his career in Utah ...