loomis planning commission

New Loomis Planning Commissioner is family man first

Tim Onderko, the newest member of the Loomis Planning Commission, said this week that his role as a family-man is the reason he moved to Loomis four years ago and the reason he is ...

Priory approved with conditions

The Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eurcharist will have a Loomis priory, now that the planning commission has approved the project. Local resident John O’Brien said of ...

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 ...

Convent to host planning commission workshop

A Loomis planning commission workshop at the site of a proposed 115-cell convent will be held from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 2, at 5820 Barton Road. The Dominican Sisters o ...

Town appoints new planning commissioners

The Loomis Town Council has appointed four new planning commissioners to oversee development. The council, at the Feb. 8 meeting, unanimously approved appointments made by councilm ...

Council to name four new planning commissioners

The Loomis Town Council will be naming four planning commissioners for the upcoming term and are seeking residents interested in serving. Each councilmember makes an appointment to ...

Classic car restoration shop coming to Loomis

A classic car restoration facility is coming to Loomis. Omar Lugo, of Loomis, plans to restore classic 1950s era trucks after he builds a facility at 3240 Taylor Road. Loomis pl ...

Don't miss town's forum on creeks

Re: Expanded Creek Protection Zone (Loomis News, Jan. 18, 2009) – Landowners with Loomis creeks or drainage ways of any kind are encouraged to attend the Jan. 27 workshop (7 p.m ...

Council OKs Morgan Estates plan after few changes

The Loomis Town Council placed additional conditions on Morgan Estates, before unanimously voting to uphold the Planning Commission’s approval of the clustered housing developmen ...

Commissioner invites citizen input at town meetings

Two appeals of Planning Commission items will be heard by the Council this month. At an appeal, the Council may affirm, overturn or modify Commission decisions. In this case, I exp ...

Clustered housing subdivision approved, then appealed

For the first time, the Loomis Planning Commission approved a clustered housing subdivision, but that decision has now been appealed to the town council. At its June 17 meeting, t ...

Commissioner has another perspective on Montserrat development

I'd like to provide another perspective on the Montserrat tree plan. There were many reasons for my no vote, not least of which is that most of my numerous questions and concerns ...

Commission denies 'great wall' request

The “great wall of Loomis,” as planning commissioner Jean Wilson called it, will not be built. The planning commission, in a unanimous vote, denied a request by Poppy Ridge ...

Planning commission is fair, follows rules

I feel that I have a need to respond to all the ridiculous rhetoric that seems to be circulating. My husband, Greg Obranovich, ran for town council in the fall of 2006. He did so t ...