town of loomis

Town turns to attorney general to resolve term limits

The Loomis Town Council has voted to send a letter to the state attorney general to seek a speedy resolution as to the legality of Measure A. During a public workshop held on Feb. ...

Loomis animal rescuer gets reprieve

A Loomis animal rescuer won’t have to pay to file for a permit to keep her elderly animals, the town council decided on Tuesday night. At a packed Loomis council meeting on Ja ...

Bid on new park base work OK'd

The first phase of the new Loomis downtown park will soon become a reality. Koch Excavating, Inc., of Penn Valley, presented the lowest bid of $466,910 to complete the base work ...

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 ...

Town settles for $231K

Loomis has settled its lawsuit with the Rocklin Crossings developers for $231,491. Perry Beck, Loomis town manager, said the parties came to an agreement on Sept. 17 and money wil ...

Meeting tonight on bridge closures

Plans by Caltrans to close Loomis bridges over Interstate 80 for several months will devastate Loomis businesses, a town official said. “Times are tough. This would really hurt ...

Facing foreclosure? Mayor wants to help

Are financial institutions working with homeowners to help modify loans and save their homes from foreclosure? Loomis mayor Gary Liss is banking on the idea that lenders will want ...

322-acre Sierra de Montserrat foreclosed on

Neighbors are concerned about the uncertain future of Sierra de Montserrat after a bank fore-closed on the property. “Our concern is for the neighborhood and what is going to h ...

National Bike Month inspires locals

Spandex bike shorts and colorful jerseys aren’t required to ride a bike to work. Just ask Greg Obranovich, of Loomis, who thinks jeans and a neon-colored jacket are just fine fo ...

Controversial tree plan approved, appealed

A controversial plan for managing oak woodlands in a private development has stirred things up in Loomis. Loomis planning commissioners recently approved a novel woodland manageme ...