sales tax revenue

Another View: Ever-shifting political winds call for vigilance

Looks can be deceiving. Almost 2,000 years ago, as the gladiator entered the arena of the Roman Coliseum, it must have been quite a sight as 80,000 cheering Romans impatiently wait ...

City stays course on police bargaining

The Auburn City Council opted to take no action Monday night on its policy of transparency in negotiations with city employee unions. Under current city policy, several stages of ...

Reader Input: Letter misstates two key facts

In response to Mr. (Frank) Gau’s recent letter to the Journal (“Theater built for WWII temporary use,” Reader Input, April 8), I would like to correct him on a co ...

Rising gas prices don’t signal upturn

In response to Thursday’s front-page article, “Auburn sales tax projections looking up”: Is (City of Auburn Administrative Services director) Andy Heath from an a ...

City projects 22 percent increase in sales tax revenue

Auburn is projected to have a 22 percent increase in sales tax revenue this year — one sign the local economy may be on the upswing, according to Andy Heath, administrative servi ...

Placer County layoffs loom as revenues drop

Placer County’s budget blues are continuing with no end in sight and layoffs again in the picture. The county is moving forward with a budget plan for 2010-11 that is down 5.7 p ...