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Consider effects of extra cars on roads
Wednesday Aug 12 2015
Editor, excellent article (page A9, July 30, “Turkey Creek Estates plan moves forward”). A couple of questions. Can the Planning Commission approve a proposal when th ...
14 residents join city’s committees
Wednesday Feb 11 2015
Fourteen Lincoln residents were appointed Tuesday to four-year terms on city of Lincoln committees at the Lincoln City Council meeting. They join other residents serving ...
Civic groups poised to oppose sign ordinance at Feb. 24 city council meeting
Thursday Feb 05 2015
Just when it seemed that Lincoln’s city staff had crafted a sign ordinance that satisfied the needs of its diverse business community, at least two local civic groups raised ...
Mammoth Placer Vineyards plan near Roseville up for vote
Thursday Nov 20 2014
Years in the making, a planning document that could push forward the mammoth Placer Vineyards project near Roseville is moving up the Placer County planning ladder. A key test for ...
Planning Commission says “no” to pot cultivation within city limits
Thursday Sep 25 2014
Wearing medical scrubs and a determined look, Richard Miller challenged Lincoln’s city attorney and the police chief at last week’s Planning Commission meeting. Miller ...
Staff and service groups battle over city signage
Thursday Aug 14 2014
What to do about signs in the city turned two Lincoln Planning Commission meetings last month into melees characterized by short tempers and long accusations between city staff and ...
Competition is a part of society
Tuesday Feb 25 2014
(Lincoln) Mayor (Gabriel) Hydrick has it right about building senior complexes (regarding Feb. 11 City Council meeting). Let the free market decide what needs to be built and who ...
Placer County could ease rules on A-frame, portable signs
Tuesday Feb 18 2014
With an eye on helping businesses still reeling from the Great Recession, Placer County is moving toward temporarily legalizing A-frame and portable signs through at least mid-Octo ...
New cell tower goes up in Twelve Bridges
Friday Oct 11 2013
Margy DeFigueiredo was having dinner last week at Original Pete’s Pizza, Pasta & Grill near Twelve Bridges Drive when she grew curious about the noisy construction projec ...
Homeless shelter on Auburn giant statue property loses steam
Wednesday Sep 18 2013
The idea of a homeless-shelter zoning designation on land now occupied by Auburn’s famous giant statues fizzled Tuesday in front of the city’s Planning Commission. Ins ...
Commission refuses to revoke permit
Thursday Jun 27 2013
Retired engineering consultant Pete Santina expressed alarm and confusion after the Lincoln Planning Commission’s June 19 decision to allow a local propane business to remain ...
Placer supes OK rural Lincoln-area winery “community center” growth plans
Wednesday Mar 13 2013
Growth plans by a rural Lincoln winery survived a challenge Tuesday in front of the Placer County Board of Supervisors by opponents and are now set to move forward. Debate ...
Put a stop to Teichert
Thursday Mar 07 2013
To the editor, City Council and Lincoln citizens: Almost 15 years ago, Placer County approved a 1,000-acre Teichert strip mine project just north of Lincoln, in our projec ...
Gladding Parkway topic at planning commission meeting
Wednesday Apr 25 2012
A back-and-forth discussion about who should foot the bill for a portion of Gladding Parkway dominated a three-hour Planning Commission meeting April 18. The portion of Gladding ...
Transitional home zoning examined
Wednesday Nov 17 2010
The existence of an adult residential facility in Twelve Bridges has spurred the city to look at amending part of a zoning ordinance. The recommendation to amend a section of the m ...
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