Letters to the Editor

Change noise ordinance

  I was just reading your article, ‘We need to attract, keep businesses here” (April 25, page A4). I live in Lincoln and have for over a year.  There are a ...

Art League rep thanks Gladding, McBean

  As a citizen of Lincoln and executive director of the Art League of Lincoln, I would like to say thank you to Gladding, McBean for 138 years (but especially the last 25) of ...

In memory of Donna Ojeda

  The Ojeda family would like to express their sincere thanks to all who attended Donna’s celebration of life service.  Thank you for the food, cards, letters, wo ...

Criminal justice forum Saturday in Rocklin

  The Justice Committee of Placer People of Faith Together would like to invite you to a community education forum, “Rethinking Criminal Justice in Placer County.&rdquo ...

‘Trimmer’ pays visits

  We’ve all heard of the “tales” of the Grim Reaper. I do not fear “him.” I’m ready but I’m not eager. I’m a very lucky man. I ...

Dogs must be on leash

  I routinely see dogs without leashes walking alongside people in my neighborhood. Today, my wife saw a large mastiff accompanying a man pushing a stroller. The man didn&rsq ...

Lincoln Crossing resident is not happy with HOA’s unfair actions

  The rest of the city, perhaps the state, needs to hear about the current corrupt leadership of the Lincoln Crossing Homeowners Association (HOA).  Aptly called the &ld ...

Chapman needs to back down

  Byron Chapman sure does get around in his wheelchair. He has sued the city of Dixon, Pier 1 Imports in San Francisco, 7-11 Ventura Street somewhere, and now Lincoln. You c ...

Act now to hold sewer costs

  On May 7 at 10.30 a.m., the Placer County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing to consider an increase in the sewer usage fee. At the present, the cost for this ...

Library received hundreds at sale

  The Friends of the Lincoln Library's book sale on Saturday, April 13 could not have happened without the donations and purchases of everyone; the volunteers before, dur ...