Will Wong

Another View: Sometimes, the only thing to say is ‘C’mon, man’

This week’s column is my personal riff on ESPN’s regular segment during football season in which a panel of commentators and former jocks rip on incompetent plays execu ...

Auburn merging public works, planning; Wong leaving

Auburn City Manager Tim Rundel announced Tuesday that the city is taking the first steps in a citywide reorganization plan by merging the Public Works department with the Community ...

Auburn’s finance head moves on; city manager next?

Andy Heath paused to count the plaques on the wall of his Auburn City Hall office when asked about the city’s most recent award for excellence in financial reporting. &ldquo ...

Leave Auburn’s neon signs alone

In regards to (Auburn Community Development Director) Will Wong’s view of bars and restaurants (“Auburn looks at dimming amount of Old Town neon signage,” Journal ...

Neon signs add to Auburn ambiance

This letter is in response to an article in the Journal regarding dimming the lights in downtown businesses (“Auburn looks at dimming amount of Old Town neon signage,” ...

City parking under review

City staff tossed out the idea of two-hour parking limits in Downtown and Old Town Auburn at Monday’s council meeting. The council also debated whether holiday parking enforceme ...

Aeolia Drive resident may win partial reprieve from $11,600 fine

A man who owes the city more than $11,000 in property citations may only have to pay $600 after a City Council decision Monday night. After a long debate with no resolution, the A ...

Brewery Lane homes cause concern

Residents in an Old Town Auburn neighborhood expressed concerns and thankfulness regarding two properties on their street after anonymous complaints were sent to the city. The home ...

City relaxes sign regulations again

Local business owners can breathe easier about temporary signage. In a unanimous vote Monday night the Auburn City Council decided to repeal resolution 10-88 for a year and also d ...

City Council talks medical marijuana

Auburn is getting ready to impose fines to discourage medical marijuana dispensaries. In a 4-1 vote Monday night the Auburn City Council approved the first reading of an ordinanc ...