Scott Johnson

Council meeting to include wide range of topics

Auburn residents can look forward to a variety of topics at Monday night’s City Council meeting. In a closed session at 5:15 p.m. the council is set to discuss labor negotiatio ...

Rewrite ADA rule book

I would like to respond to Allen Cassidy’s letter of Monday (July 11) regarding Scott Johnson’s continual use of the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) law against small bus ...

Auburn harbors poor disabled access

In regard to the ADA controversy — let me say that I abhor Mr. (Scott) Johnson’s tactics (Journal, July 10). However, if building owners had been compliant in the 20 years sinc ...

ADA attorney in it for himself

Scott Johnson, aka defender of Americans with Disabilities Act and perhaps a lawyer isn’t interested in helping persons with disabilities. He is clearly in it for himself. This h ...

More Auburn businesses face ADA lawsuits from Carmichael attorney

Three Auburn businesses spoke out Friday about the Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuits they are currently facing from Scott Johnson, a Carmichael-based attorney. Johnson is c ...

Lawyer crusader or profiteer?

Re: “ADA lawsuits span Placer County,” Journal, July 7. No business in their right mind wants to prevent a disabled customer who physically cannot access their facility because ...

Local businesses discuss ADA lawsuits

After the Auburn City Council expressed concerns over lawsuits being brought against local businesses, some Placer County establishments are talking about their experiences. And r ...

City Council responds to lawsuit filed against businessman

After several local businesses talked about lawsuits they have been in or letters they have received from Carmichael attorney Scott Johnson about Americans with Disabilities Act no ...

Local business owners wonder about motive for ADA lawsuits

Several Auburn business owners are voicing concerns about recent Americans with Disabilities Act compliance lawsuits. Pete Aroz Sr., owner of Pistol Pete’s Brew and Cue and Liqu ...

Auburn Ravine restoration ramped up

A once pristine waterway supporting an abundance of wildlife, Auburn Ravine has seen much of its indigenous fauna disappear. The degradation of the wild salmon population has giv ...

Congressman bows to corporate donors

Mr. (Scott) Johnson’s letter, published Dec. 27, asks the question of why (Congressman Tom) McClintock doesn’t support small business. The answer is very simple. There is no ...

Why oppose small business?

Why is Tom McClintock voting against small business? He voted against the Enhancing Small Business Research and Innovation Act; the Permanent Estate Tax Relief for Families, Farm ...

SARSAS wine tasting event a great success

Thank you to the over 100 supporters of SARSAS (Save Auburn Ravine Salmon and Steelhead Inc.) who came out for a SARSAS benefit wine tasting. We were able to raise $1000.00 to help ...

Restoring salmon to Auburn Ravine is worthy goal

Thank you to the letter writer on Nov. 10 for providing an opportunity to keep the discussion going and the information flowing about calling back the salmon and steelhead to Aubur ...

Montgomery would bring government transparency

I am very impressed by the fact that Jennifer Montgomery has taken no money from big developers and pledges to be the voice of the communities. She also pledges to be transparent a ...