Letters to the Editor

Spread too thin to serve City?

Bill Peloza represents Auburn by serving on 10 different committees not directly connected with the City, and yet he says that "as a public servant, his passion and challenge is to assist citizens and local businesses with their day-to-day problems and to provide a better quality of life."

My question is, how can he adequately do that when he's so preoccupied with 10 different committees? Seems to me he can't do justice for the citizens of Auburn by spreading himself so thin.

No one on the City Council seems interested in assisting the citizens of Auburn or bettering Auburn. They're only interested in their own personal gain and when they should give themselves another raise.

Please people do your homework and research what these people who want to represent us really will do for us before you cast your vote.

– Jeanne Herold

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