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Remember, Honor, Hope

I was privileged to participate in a local 9/11 memorial service this past weekend. Called “Remember, Honor, Hope,” the event helped each of us properly mark the 10th anniversary of this tragic event in American history. Remember: We remembered those who lost their lives that day—those who perished on the four hijacked planes, those at […]

Auburn City Hall

How Does Local Government Work?

This is a common question we receive—and a good one at that. If you’ve never been really exposed to city government… or think it operates in the same way as the federal government, you may be surprised by how things are done on the local level. Let me first start by sharing why local governments […]

AES TV Launch Draws Near

After many long and challenging months of planning the infrastructure, negotiating provider contracts, finalizing the technology, and securing the content, the long-awaited AES TV prepares to begin beta testing and move one step closer to offering this service to the Auburn residents. It’s no secret the AES TV initiative has been a huge undertaking. In […]

Auburn Cord Duesenberg

Wheels are in Motion for Museum Benefit Extravaganza

Like many Auburn citizens, I take great pride in our city’s rich automotive history, particularly the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum. This automotive factory-turned-museum is a cherished local treasure and a recognized National Historic Landmark. Since its opening in 1974, the museum has contributed to Auburn’s economic growth and prosperity as it has welcomed nearly […]