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Lies do disservice to Granite Bay

A recent letter to the editor by Garland Bell (Press Tribune, Dec. 2) is an example of someone either completely ignorant of the facts or someone willfully attempting to mislead th ...

Congress: Enough is enough

When are the voters/taxpayers going to tell Congress that enough is enough? First the banking/housing crisis, which they allowed to occur, and now this massive health care reform ...

Terminating without cause

What I find interesting is the focus on the pay off to Roseville City Manager Craig Robinson’s contract. Almost $400,000 is indeed obscene and difficult to justify. That is a l ...

Not invisible, just disagrees

The Nov. 4 Granite Bay Municipal Advisory Council meeting was surreal. I always thought of myself as a living, breathing person but standing at the podium I had my doubts. I had t ...

Roseville needs meaningful participation

I have been a resident of Roseville for one year. During this year I have followed the happenings in the city in your fine local newspaper. On Nov. 11, The Press Tribune publishe ...

Taking risks leads to success

I would like to congratulate the many young people in our area for doing something incredibly brave – they tried out for their schools’ winter athletic teams. They took a risk ...

McClintock’s done it again

Our freshman congressman Tom McClintock has done it again. Last month he voted against increasing Medicare premiums. The vote in the House was 406-18. He was one of 18 who want ...

It’s time to recall Roseville’s City Council

information from the Roseville City Council regarding the dismissal of City Manager Craig Robinson.  I am outraged at the tight-lipped and nonchalant approach that the Roseville ...

Suggestions for education gurus

I spent two years on a California task force looking at education, and in particular vocational education. I have a few suggestions for our educational gurus. With four-year coll ...

Disappointed in council’s actions

As a proud, nearly life-long resident of Roseville, I was severely disappointed in the city council’s recent actions concerning the dismissal of city manager Craig Robinson. We ...

Objective accounting firm needed

Over the years, audits of the city of Roseville’s finances have been conducted by independents auditors. Those audits, while conducted in accordance with generally accepted aud ...

Is the end near for humanity?

If catastrophic climate change is for real and is as devastating as most of the world’s scientists say it could be, most of us would be killed prematurely by its effects. The na ...

Letter writer lives in a vacuum

he letter to the editor titled,“Post Office Object Failure” that appeared in the Oct. 21 edition of The Press Tribune, caught my eye and I had to read the article. What a sur ...

Use the bus, or walk to school

This is in reference to “Granite Bay neighborhood in the red over school traffic,” which was published in The Press Tribune, Oct. 14, by Megan Wood. As someone who for three y ...

City is wasting our money

Just like our wizards in D.C., the Roseville City Council has figured out a way to spend other people’s money. The severance package for city manager Craig Robinson is absur ...