Letters to the Editor

Letters: The devil is in the detail for supes

The Placer County Board of Supervisors are attempting to deceive the voters to give them a huge pay increase. They have placed on the November ballot Measure B, which would raise t ...

Letters: TV hit piece on Aguilera a reckless joke

I am asking the voters of Roseville to vote for Rene Aguilera for city council. Rene is a people person always looking out for the underdog and under served. Rene has organized a Y ...

Another View: Time to remember Grand Jury report on Speedway

My neighbors and I have been living with the aftermath of the Placer County Fairgrounds speedway expansion that occurred in 2006 for several years.  The Sept. 19 and Oct. 10 P ...

Letters: Supes' greed prevails

Greed prevails. In 1991, over 13,000 Placer County residents signed petitions to stop runaway Placer County supervisors’ salaries.  Here we are 23 years later with the s ...

Letters: Giving supes this pay hike is unreasonable

Measure B on the November ballot would raise the base pay for County Supervisors from $30,000/year to just over $70,000 per year and automatically increase their annual pay to that ...

Letters: Don’t be fooled by Prop. 47

Don’t let the name fool you; there is nothing safe about Proposition 47, also known as the “Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act.” In truth, Proposition 47 is a da ...

Letters: Too much cheerleading for Sammy’s

Editor: After the laudatory coverage of the re-opening of Sammy Hagar's restaurant in Roseville, has any thought been given to an article that would take us behind the sce ...

Letters: McClintock’s views shocking

Recently I was one of a few people to attend a town hall meeting with Congressman Tom McClintock at the Del Webb Community Center.   At that meeting, he informed th ...

Letters: Sorry, still sick of cyclists

I'm referring to (recent letters defending cyclists). I have so many times attempted to write in about this matter but thought better of it. After my experience on Sa ...

Letters: Don’t dump the baby with the bath water

Jason Smith's investigative report, "The broken cure," is enlightening. I only hope readers will not interpret any perception of temporary problems with the CURES sy ...