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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, ...

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 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 ...

Initiative getting costly

Measure A, the term limits initiative, continues to be a controversial and costly issue for the Town of Loomis. Voters approved the term limits initiative on Nov. 2 and also re-ele ...

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 ...

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 ...

Council seats members, committees

The Loomis town council has seated its newly elected members and approved committee appointments, despite unanswered term-limit questions. Rhonda Morillas was seated as the new ma ...

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 ...

Project OK'd despite protest

After eight years on the drawing board, the Rocklin 60 housing project has finally won approval from the Rocklin City Council. The Rocklin council unanimously approved the project ...

Ucovich retains seat on council

The final election count for the Nov. 2 election is in, and results show incumbent Miguel Ucovich has been re-elected to the Loomis Town Council. Ucovich's third-place total of 1 ...