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Auburn Planning Commission
Our View: Commissioners need to take vote seriously
Tuesday Feb 22 2011
Auburn’s planning commission may be able to say it unanimously approved recommending a controversial housing development entrance but how unanimous was it really? Last week the ...
Planning Commission says Herdal the best
Tuesday Feb 15 2011
The Auburn Planning Commission thinks Herdal Drive is the best way to get into the potential 790-home Baltimore Ravine development, despite some neighbors disagreeing. In a 2-0 v ...
Fines instead of jail for marijuana dispensaries?
Wednesday Feb 02 2011
Anyone trying to run a medical marijuana dispensary in Auburn could face fines instead of court in the near future. The Auburn Planning Commission voted Tuesday night to recommen ...
Residents, developer argue over best road for project entrance
Tuesday Feb 01 2011
Residents sounded off Tuesday on which street they think would be a better main entrance for a proposed large-scale housing development in South Auburn. On Jan. 13 the Auburn Cit ...
Commission to explore access options for Baltimore Ravine
Monday Jan 31 2011
The Auburn Planning Commission will take another look at a controversial aspect of a potential 790-home project for the area. The Auburn Planning Commission is scheduled to give a ...
Baltimore Ravine gets Planning Commission approval
Tuesday Nov 16 2010
A plan to build hundreds of homes in Auburn moved forward after the Planning Commission voted unanimously to approve it, despite some residents’ concerns. Two parts of the Balti ...
Baltimore Ravine on the road to approval?
Friday Nov 12 2010
The Baltimore Ravine Specific Plan and Study Area project may come one step closer to approval Tuesday night. The entire Baltimore Ravine project is planned to include 725 homes, ...
Views vary on development
Tuesday Sep 21 2010
Residents gave mixed reviews at an Auburn Planning Commission hearing about Baltimore Ravine. While some were supportive, others were vehemently against the 725-home project. T ...
More chances for Ravine comment
Friday Sep 03 2010
Residents will be able to voice their concerns and comments in a set of upcoming hearings on the Baltimore Ravine project. At 6 p.m. Sept. 21 and Nov. 16 residents can attend Aubu ...
New apartments mean more traffic?
Wednesday Jul 21 2010
Traffic problems are a topic of debate surrounding a possible senior apartment complex on Sacramento Street. In a four-to-one vote Tuesday night, the Auburn Planning Commission m ...
St. Joseph assembly hall OK'd
Wednesday Jul 21 2010
The expansion of a Downtown Auburn Catholic church is raising parking concerns for residents on Pine and East Placer streets. Tuesday night the Auburn Planning Commission approve ...
Ravine project riles residents
Tuesday Jul 13 2010
Residents expressed deep concerns Tuesday night over the proposed 725-home Baltimore Ravine project. Locals gave their views about traffic, displacement of wildlife and disruption ...
Projects bring jobs, town improvements
Monday Aug 03 2009
Phase I of Auburn’s Streetscape project is well under way as visitors to the Central Square area are quick to acknowledge. Some of the businesses in that area have been impacted ...
Our View: Business as usual isn’t good enough
Thursday Nov 20 2008
News that the Auburn City Council recently removed planning commission chairman Mark Smith was said to be no big deal by those running the city. “... I don’t think anyone thoug ...
Planning chairman upset over removal
Wednesday Nov 12 2008
Chairman Mark Smith of the City of Auburn Planning Commission will no longer serve the city in that position. Selected to the commission by Bridget Powers, Auburn City Council mem ...
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