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Burned mansion to be razed

A burned-out mansion in Poppy Ridge Estates has a new owner – and he plans to demolish it. Robert Barakat purchased the shell of a two-story, 7,000-square-foot home located at 5 ...

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 ...

Town OKs thrift store

Town Council gave another green light to a new Loomis thrift store. Despite an appeal, Council agreed with the Planning Commission and upheld the approval of Second Blessings Thri ...

Town bending signage rules

Did looser signage rules give Loomis businesses more options to attract customers, or are they turning some streets into a place where signs go to die? The town council is revisi ...

Term Limits issue moves ahead

An Attorney General decision on the legality of Measure A, the Loomis term limits initiative has taken a small step forward. While a decision is still months away, Town Manager Pe ...

Special meeting on Measure A set for Friday

The process of putting term limits into effect continues when the Loomis Town Council holds a workshop and special meeting at 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 4, at the Loomis Depot. A closed ...

Community Calendar

A meeting to discuss proposed changes to a mixed-use development on Taylor Road proposed by the Lazarus Project has been set for 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 3, in the Fellowship Hall of ...

Town to ask Attorney General if Measure A is illegal

The retroactive issues of Measure A, the Loomis term limits initiative passed by voters in November, is going to the state Attorney General. The Loomis Town Council, with council ...

Ucovich upsets Markey in council race

The final election summary for the Nov. 2 Consolidated General Election has been announced by the Placer County Office of Elections, and it puts incumbent Loomis Town Councilman Mi ...

Town asks for ruling

A superior court judge will be asked to decide the legality of Measure A’s retroactive start date. The Loomis town council voted at their Nov. 9 meeting to seek clarification fr ...

Council race still too close to call

The election is not over in the Town of Loomis until the Placer County elections office says it is, and election officials say the Loomis council race is too close to call. Only 2 ...

Term limits measure passes in Loomis

Loomis voters have spoken: They are in favor of term limits on the town council. But they’ve also returned one incumbent councilman, throwing the election into a quandary. Tuesda ...

Voters have plenty to ponder

Editor’s note: Follow election-night results on this Loomis News website. On Tuesday, Nov. 2, Loomis Basin voters will chose their preference for governor, lieutenant governor a ...

Opponents want Measure A removed

Opponents of Measure A, the town council term limits initiative, have asked the initia-tive’s authors to remove it from the ballot or disavow it. Sandra Calvert, member of No on ...

Town provides cash to Peer Court

Loomis stands alone among Placer County communities as a proponent of Peer Court. The Loomis Town Council voted during their Aug. 10 meeting to contribute $7,500 to the cause of k ...