Letters to the Editor

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 ...

Letters: Summerhill community a win for Roseville

As both a resident of Highland Reserve and a Planning Commissioner, I have a unique seat at the table and interest in the Parcel 49 project located on the southeast corner of Washi ...

Letters: Roseville leaders put failed projects before people

Bravo to Mr. Roccucci’s comments regarding the current fiscal direction and priorities of our City Council and City Management. I support Mr. Roccucci’s ideas and advi ...

Letters: City should end RCDC’s failures with Roseville’s taxes

Enough! Enough already. Sammy’s restaurant has now officially closed for the second time in three years and the City of Roseville is out millions of dollars, first for purcha ...

Letters: City is as slow with leaks as it is with graffiti

Regarding the delay noted in the last week’s letter to the editor, “City should stop gang graffiti,” I had my own experience last year. Several times a week I rid ...

Letters: Sammy’s closing won’t stop downtown’s revitalization

The business and property owners of the Vernon Street corridor are saddened at the closure of Sammy’s Rockin’ Island Bar & Grill. The Downtown Roseville P ...

Letters: City should stop Roseville’s gang graffiti

I first noticed the gang graffiti at the corner of Vallejo and Junction streets (nearly directly across the police station) when I drove past it on January 9, just before the Marti ...

Letters: But Roseville does have recycling

Regarding the recent letter to the editor entitled “Recycling feels like a mystery in Roseville,” Roseville is a member of Western Placer Waste Management Authority, wh ...

Letters: Roseville can do something about Alzheimer's

Recently, Congress has incorporated the Alzheimer's Accountability Act (H.R. 4351/S. 2192) into legislation, a bill supported by Congressman McClintock, and a signifi ...