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Reader Input: Services draw more homeless

Re: “Placer supes keep North Auburn emergency homeless shelter on table,” Journal, Jan. 23 — I’ve two observations: First: “If you build it, they wi ...

Annexation: reoccurring conversation

The seeds of another annexation effort are beginning to gestate in Auburn as city leaders publicly discuss the first steps of the process. And while the idea is not a new one, at ...

Reader Input: Above all, we must respect the profit

The impending construction of an Auburn Costco confuses me. Above all, we must remember to respect the profit. Those who now oppose having a Costco in Auburn probably would have ...

Reader Input: Of libraries and police parking

Well, bad news for all (those who visit the) library. It closes its doors on Mondays to see if it would be a great idea to do it all the time. I say it would not be a good idea b ...

Reader Input: Why can’t we fund libraries?

I was disappointed to read about the proposed closure of the Meadow Vista library (“Meadow Vista library targeted for closure,” Journal, Jan. 15). As a kid, I loved get ...

Reader Input: City leaders should keep noses out

I have been closely following the articles and letters regarding Costco coming to North Auburn. I really thought this had been settled — that Costco was definitely coming h ...

Reader Input: Build what reaches the soul

Re: “Auburn to sue Placer over Costco,” Journal, Jan. 13. First of all, I want to say I think the Auburn city lawsuit is in order, but I am not sure about the underly ...

Reader Input: Costco: We welcome you with open arms

Dear Costco, I am a 33-year resident of Auburn. My husband was born and raised here and his family has lived in the area for more than 80 years. We, like so many of our neighbors ...

Reader Input: Young people need local Costco jobs

Have the members of the (Auburn) City Council been smoking something funny or sniffing glue (“Will Auburn sue county over Costco?,” Journal, Jan. 11)? Annexation is nev ...

Reader Input: County, city split on Costco very sad

Something happened to Costco on its way to coming to the city of Auburn. As hard as the City Council and its staff worked with the folks from Costco, they could not find a location ...

Another View: All can win in quest to aid homeless

If there is any issue most people in the greater Auburn area can agree on, it is the need to do something about the homeless situation. Business owners are adamant that people sl ...

Reader Input: DeWitt barracks solution ideal

As a Placer County resident, a single mother of a 5-year-old girl and a former homeless person, the controls and restrictions of The Gathering Inn were very important for me. In th ...

Reader Input: Missing sports play-by-play

Auburn loves Placer High School sports and our athletes. Please bring back the play-by-play articles so we can celebrate our students, see their photos, hear their voices, and re ...

Is a transient tax worth the effort?

The latest version of the short-term rental ordinance is still waiting for a second reading in front of the Auburn City Council, but some are asking whether a transient tax could h ...

Reader Input: Jumping for joy that Costco’s coming

Thank you to the (Placer County) Board of Supervisors for getting things started for Costco. I am thrilled that Costco will be coming to town. In my 46 years of living in Auburn ...