Letters to the Editor

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 ...

Letters: Recycling feels like a mystery in Roseville

As a current high school student and resident of Roseville for over a decade, I have always wondered where our recyclables go. It seems like we are the only city that doesn't h ...

Letters: I am NOT Charile Hebdo

I have the deepest sympathy for the people of France for the trauma of the Charlie Hebdo attack ... and I have the utmost respect for the concept of freedom of expression, having t ...

Letters: Roseville’s round about center of confusion, rage

I have used the round about at Oak Street and Washington Boulevard about three times, going from Washington toward Lincoln Street. Two of the three times, drivers got confused on w ...

Letters: Roseville’s crazy ‘public parasites’

Insanity! The definition of insanity in Roseville is to hire a current CALPRS retired annuitant, Mr. Kelly, for interim Fire Chief. Mr. Kelly is currently receiving a pension of $ ...

Letters: Roseville’s million dollar manager

Regarding the Tribune article (“Roseville City leaders say pay scales not ‘apples to apples’), I see these outrageous pay rates, plus full benefits and a generous ...

Letters: Placer supes would sell their mothers

Shame on our supervisors, four of them at least, who would obviously sell their mothers for a tax dollar to protect a great community resource. Cheers to Scott Holbrook who broug ...

Letters: We can coexist with native wildlife

I read an article recently and was concerned about the difference in the information that was reported, apparently, from (Fish and Wildlife Information Officer) Janice Mackey re ...

Letters: Let’s keep health at the forefront of healthcare

I have worked in the healthcare industry for the last 5 years and what I have seen causes me great concern. There are tens of thousands of people living in nursing facilities acros ...

Letters: Remember the caregivers, find a cure

November is National Caregivers Month.  For those caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's Disease, I am both thankful for all you do as well as profoundly saddened by the ...

Letters: Food is intended for the needy, not the greedy

With the holiday season upon us, we wish to remind people that it is a time of giving and helping those who are less fortunate. Unfortunately, at a recent event we attended, we ov ...

Letters: If NOR CAL seceded

Once upon a time, forested counties of Northern California seceded to form the state of Jefferson. They were tired of sending southward all their water, made precious by drought. T ...