Letters to the Editor

Letters: New law for cyclists is a joke

  I take great dispute in how a fine will be placed on drivers of cars. This three-foot law will create, at best, places on our county roads impossible to meet, both by drive ...

Letters: Roseville’s the new Ferguson

So sad to see how this article (“Defense asks for clemency in Roseville Norteño gang threat case”) makes out these boys to what they are not. Police validatin ...

Letters: More tax breaks for the rich

In case anyone missed the announcement from the Federal Reserve a few days ago, the rich once again got rich and the poor got poorer. The median income of the top 10 percent i ...

Letters: Most bicyclists don’t follow the rules

I am so glad you printed the letter (“Cycle Away — forever!”). It’s a very touchy subject because I admire the bicyclists for their dedication to fitness an ...

Letters: Cycle away - forever!

The bicyclists that come from out of town to ride the country back roads of Penryn, Ophir and Newcastle are posing a danger to the citizens that live here. I just unfortunately had ...

Letters: Supes should like it or leave it

Just wondering if someone could explain why our County Supervisor Jim Holmes calls the salary that the Placer County Supervisors receive "almost embrassing" and yet Mr. H ...

Letters: Council loves roundabout but not fixing roads

I want to thank reporter Sena Christian for keeping Roseville residents informed about the status of the planned roundabout at the intersection of Oak and Washington. I also want t ...

Letters: City travel was a ‘boon doggle’

I am responding to Ms. Theresa McInnes’s letter in the Comments Section of the April 18 edition of the Press Tribune.  I am a recent arrival in the Dell Web section of ...

Letters: Roundabouts - shame on you Roseville council!

We’ve been in Roseville since 2005, after living in San Jose most of our lives.  We have loved it and have been impressed with the way the city is taken care of. &nbs ...

Letters: From the mayor - Travel was on the up and up

Your recent guest columnist questioned city travel to South Africa to meet a financier considering a $35 million investment in the hotel conference center project. Consultant cost ...