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Spotlighting Local Excellence The Community Collaborative Honors Three Outstanding Social Service Professionals in Tahoe Truckee
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 8, 2023 TRUCKEE, Calif. - The Community Collaborative of Tahoe Truckee (CCTT), a program of the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation, announced the recipients of its ...
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Loomis officials agreed to pursue a trash pickup agreement with the cities of Auburn and Colfax. While the staffs of all three jurisdictions recommend the JPA, some Loomis locals are skeptical.
Almost Free to All has been hard at work breathing life into the old Carnegie Library in Auburn, working with the city and enthusiastic locals to establish “Branches at the Carnegie.”
With Councilwomen Alice Dowdin Calvillo and Michelle Sierra-Sammons dissenting, the Auburn City Council voted to have staff explore what it might look like if Auburn were to allow a commercial cannabis business.
Colfax reached out to Auburn for temporary assistance due to staff turnover. This will be the third time Auburn City Clerk Amy Lind will be providing assistance to Colfax.
The Auburn City Council approved an amendment for its on-call engineer, moving forward with a potential central gathering center in Old Town Auburn.
Through connecting with the community and attacking issues until they are solved, Auburn’s Problem-Oriented Policing unit works to improve the city.
Rachel Radell-Harris was named the new mayor in a unanimous vote. In her welcome speech, Radell-Harris thanked her family for making it possible to serve on council while also being a full-time working mother.
The Auburn City Council appointed its newest member: Michelle Sierra-Sammons. The former Auburn Union School District trustee and Planning Commission member said she thought sitting on council would be a good way to contribute to the city.
Due to limited staffing, Auburn’s interim fire chief introduced a scaled-back defensible space enforcement program that will align with the requirements of Assembly Bill 38, which requires property sellers in a very high fire hazard severity zone to provide the buyer with documentation the property is in compliance with defensible space requirements.
The city of Auburn celebrated the completion of the Solids Dewatering Project at its wastewater treatment plant. The $6 million project implements state-of-the-art water reduction technologies from biological waste.
A resident introduced the topic at the Oct. 23 council meeting and two members said they would be interested in more information.
The city of Auburn is accepting applications for a vacant seat on the city council after Daniel Berlant resigned when he was appointed as California’s State Fire Marshal.
Daniel Berlant, a member of the Auburn City Council, has had a career working for Cal Fire since 2001.
The Auburn City Council approved $20,000 in grants, aiming to boost the local economy by giving businesses, events and organizations a helping hand.
Due to the difficultly of securing law enforcement vehicles, the Auburn Police Department is looking to purchase a Tesla Model Y to add to its fleet.
The Western States Trail Museum is one step closer to reality, as the city of Auburn approved an agreement with the museum’s board.
Auburn City Clerk Amy Lind recently earned her Master Municipal Clerk designation from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks.
Saving itself from a financial blow, the city of Auburn adopted a tax-sharing agreement with Miltenyi Biotec, Inc., which has operated locally for more than 30 years.
In an effort to make a narrow roadway safer for through traffic and emergency vehicles, the Auburn Traffic Commission voted to close parking from Recreation Drive to 207 Racetrack Drive.
Auburn is now on its way to gaining three additional pickleball courts and a new multiuse space at the School Park Preserve after the city council approved the joint effort to improve the park space.
The Auburn City Council approved the contract for incoming City Manager Sean Rabé this week. Rabé’s contract includes an annual base salary of $220,000, plus benefits. His official start date is June 12.
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