Letters to the Editor

Letters: Roseville city workers wash our money away

Today I saw about a quarter-of-a-mile of one lane of Pleasant Grove Blvd - between Woodcreek Oaks and Foothills - closed due to work by the City. The work? Four men and two city v ...

Another View: Placer County does need to worry about gang activity

Of the seven recognized gangs in California, Norteños and Sureños are the two present in Placer County.  Norteños and Soreños are warring gangs. Ea ...

Letters: Crying wolf on racial profiling in Roseville

I would like to comment on Katherine Baldwin's gang validation concerns that recently appeared in the Press-Tribune. According to the Press Tribune, it received a letter penned ...

Letters: Yes, I do care about Roseville’s public safety

I have been trying to get something done about the lack of traffic enforcement for about a year. I have repeatedly spoken at city council meetings, also meeting in January of 2015 ...

Letters: Roseville’s churches help Gathering Inn

Being a member of one of the hosting churches for The Gathering Inn, it would not be feasible for us to host (homeless people) for a week (as a recent report suggested) because of ...

Letters: Roseville’s real speedway is the streets

I think it best for the City of Roseville and surrounding areas to take down all speed limit signs and turn off the traffic signals - no on pays any attention to any of them so why ...

Auto flush at Sierra College wasteful

I’ve been taking a class at Sierra College. They use those auto flush toilets in the bathrooms. In previous years, I’ve had no issues with these toilets. However, in a ...

Repeal Prop. 47 now

As I sit here with my morning coffee, I am very distressed to see that most articles related to local crime show that these crimes are committed by transients. So, all the garbage ...

Letters: Roseville’s over-development spells water disaster

I would like to pose a question regarding the drought. Why are we continuing to okay permits for new housing developments?  I had noticed that 20,000 new permits for housing h ...

Letters: Supervisor Montgomery is swell

I’d like to offer my congratulations to Placer County Supervisor Jennifer Montgomery, who was recently nominated to the National Women in Government Leadership Program. She i ...