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Jeff Hamilton Legacy Fund
Jeff Hamilton Legacy Fund In 2023, the Hamilton Family, with the support of family, friends and in partnership with the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation, established the Jeff Hamilton Legacy Fun...
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Well-preserved enough to warrant status as a California Historical Landmark, Auburn’s restored Old Town has homes and commercial buildings that date from the middle of the 19th century. But tourists aren’t just drawn by Gold Rush trappings. They also come to the Auburn State Recreation Area, the site of numerous sporting events that have given the city its tagline: “Endurance Capital of the World.”
Meetings are held in the City Council Chambers at 1225 Lincoln Way on the second and fourth Monday of the month at 6 p.m.
The Planning Commission is an advisory body of citizens appointed to review matters of planning and development. Meetings are held on the first and third Tuesday of every month and are open to the public.
View the latest City Council agenda here12/06/2023
American Canyon Roundabout Project Delayed Along State Route 49 in AuburnBorland Avenue to Remain Closed Until December 2211/30/2023
View the latest City Council agenda here11/29/2023
From Auburn Journal...
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.
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