Letters to the Editor

Possible closure of Loomis Library

I had heard of the limiting of hours for the Loomis Library but was horrified to hear that Mary George, director of library services for Placer County, would be announcing the c ...

Resident writes letter defending library to Placer County Board of Supervisors

Dear Jack, Robert, Jim, Kirk and Jennifer, The mere thought of having our dear library closed is devastating to me. I rely on the library for many of the resources they ...

Resident sees no improvement in roadwork

Months and months ago, I read about a grant of money for Loomis and debates about beautifications and roundabouts. Then some funky roadwork on Taylor from around Lorenzo’s ar ...

Please keep Loomis Library open

I just heard that the Loomis Library is closing next month. That event will affect the entire community. In 1988, when I moved to Loomis from San Francisco, one of the reasons I ...

Help chamber of commerce and Friends of the Library keep the Loomis branch open

Our library is not just a place to check out books. It has the feel of home like our small town. The chairs are comfortable for reading and the computers are always in use. In the ...

Children love the Loomis Library

We visited the Loomis Library this week for one of our frequent library trips and found out that there may be plans to close the library. My children couldn’t believe it. I d ...

Mayor says to attend Tuesday’s meeting about library

I am against the closing of the library.  The town will send a letter to the supervisors letting them know our feelings.  Our next meeting (March 10), we will hear from M ...

Letter to Placer County Jim Holmes

Dear Mr. Holmes,  I have become aware that there is a possibility that the libraries in Loomis and Penryn may close down.  I am very much opposed to this as ...

Placer County supervisors, library administration, don’t cut or close Loomis Library

The website of the Placer County Library Administration states, “We are committed to being a valuable source of information and lifelong learning to the residents of o ...

Don’t let anyone call themselves a winery

Unlimited “routine” promotional activities for 75 to 100 guests, with outdoor amplified PA systems and “temporary overflow parking” on parcels as small as 4 ...