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He's worked hard for Loomis

Please vote for Gary Liss for Town Council. He has worked hard for: 1) keeping Loomis rural, 2) helping our businesses, residents, and Town deal with the slow economy, 3) making lo ...

Low cost homes

At the Blue Goose, Dave Wheeler, when asked what his plans were for Heritage Park, commented that he wanted low cost, affordable housing built there.   A few of us residents w ...

No developer money in council race

No Loomis Town Council candidates have received any money from developers, according to the campaign contribution reports filed by candidates with the town of Loomis. According to ...

Council candidates speak out

Loomis Town Council candidates Dave Wheeler, Gary Liss and Rhonda Morillas answered questions posed by audience members at a recent forum at the Blue Goose. Last week’s article c ...

Supes postpone hearing Penryn Orchard appeal

AUBURN CA - Appeals on the 150-unit Orchard at Penryn project are now scheduled to be heard by the Placer County Board of Supervisors on Oct. 11. Supervisors were slated to hear ap ...

150-unit Penryn residential complex passes Placer planning panel test

AUBURN CA - A divided Placer County Planning Commission voted 3-2 Thursday to approve the controversial Orchard at Penryn project. The decision signals an appeal to the Board of S ...

Council approves ‘costly’ tree preserve

The Loomis Town Council approved turning a subdivision site into a tree mitigation bank or nature preserve, but one council member thinks it’s too costly. The council voted 3-1, ...

Voice your concerns about the Orchard

An important meeting is coming up next Tuesday, Jan. 24, that could impact traffic on Taylor Road in Loomis and our rural lifestyle. The developer of the Orchard at Penryn propose ...

Planning commission hosts priory workshop

The Loomis planning commission will hold a workshop on the Regina Caeli Priory project next week. Project proponents requested the workshop, slated for 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. ...

Animal keeping ordinance to get second reading

Loomis residents wanting to own a few hens may soon get their wish. Amendments to the town’s animal-keeping regulations face one last hurdle at the second reading at Jan. 10 Tow ...