Lincoln Planning Commission

Liquor store permit denied

Plans to open a liquor store in the Nicolaus Retail Center, located at 2290 Nicolaus Road, were quashed April 20 night when the Lincoln Planning Commission denied an application fo ...

Panel divided on marijuana deliveries

An April 20 discussion by the Lincoln Planning Commission on medical marijuana deliveries and mobile dispensaries brought the panel no closer to revising the city’s ordinance ...

Planning Commission meets with City Council

A special meeting of both the Lincoln City Council and Planning Commission Feb. 29 to discuss zoning changes and amendments to the Lincoln General Plan left at least two councilmen ...

In-N-Out gets OK

Crossed palm trees will soon be seen in the Lincoln Crossing neighborhood. Fans of the In-N-Out burger chain will recognize the iconic trees as the restaurants’ signature la ...

Commission seeks comment on 94-acre project

Plans for a new, 575-home subdivision, located on the site of the city of Lincoln’s former wastewater treatment plant, will be considered Wednesday by the Lincoln Planning Co ...

Stop the excess building when there’s a drought

I was in attendance at the last (Lincoln City) Council meeting (Nov. 24) and spoke against Turkey Creek Estates with the major question being, “Why is the Lincoln Planning Co ...

Rodriguez says process is broken

The approval process is broken, according to Lincoln Planning Commission chairwoman Keela Rodriguez at the Oct. 21 Planning Commission meeting. After hearing a presentation on ele ...

More than 100 homes approved for Enclave at Horizon Edge

Projects within the Village I specific plan continue to be approved by the Lincoln Planning Commission, although the land for the project has yet to be annexed into the city. The ...

Planning Commission tackles signs in Lincoln

Lincoln’s sign ordinance, approved in March after years of discussion and meetings, was amended Sept. 16 by the Lincoln Planning Commission. The amendment to the sign ordina ...

Planning Commission approves cell tower

A conditional use permit for a 74-foot Verizon cell tower, or monopole, was unanimously approved Aug. 26 by the Lincoln Planning Commission. The tower will be located near the Lin ...

Fourth Village I project approved by Planning Commission

A fourth subdivision for the Village I area, Epick 3, was approved by the Lincoln Planning Commission Aug. 26 after a heated discussion about a landowner who is not a part of the s ...

Two more Village I projects advance

Two projects located within the Village I specific plan received approval from the Lincoln Planning Commission Aug. 12. The Lincoln Planning Commission unanimously approved tentat ...

Turkey Creek Estates moves forward

A proposed subdivision for the Village I project took the first step in the approval process July 22 when the Lincoln Planning Commission OK’d a tentative map for 391 residen ...

Lincoln Planning Commission begins review process for L-shaped project

Development of an L-shaped area of land just south of Nicolaus Road, and close to the regional airport, received an early look April 15 by the Lincoln Planning Commission. Th ...

Medical-marijuana ban shouldn't be in effect

I agree wholeheartedly with your editorial last week regarding medical marijuana.   It is truly a shame that the city Planning Commission and the City Coun ...