Special Coverage: Planning

Mixed-use ‘Gateway’ project approved for site of Sonoma Truck and Auto

Despite opposition, Planning Commission approves major project for highly visible corner of Broadway and MacArthur.

Planning Commission revs up, stalls out on parking solutions

City could lose Casa Grande lot to paid parking; lot is key to unlocking Sonoma’s downtown parking problems, says Goodison.

Appeal sends Sonoma Cheese Factory to City Council for review

Building owners of Mary’s Pizza Shack, Swiss Hotel question the scale of a proposed remodel of the historic Sonoma Cheese Factory building and business.

Cafe Scooteria 7, Safeway 0

Goliath shook his fist, and David responded with a gesture of his own – backed up by a unanimous vote of the City of Sonoma Planning Commission.

Sonoma Cheese Factory to be partially demolished, make room for ‘Oxbow-like’ project

Sonoma’s Planning Commission votes 5-2 to allow partial demolition of historic building, Oxbow-like remodel.

Sonoma Cheese Factory returns to the Planning Commission

The extensive remodel of the history Sonoma Cheese Factory is the centerpiece of a packed Planning Commission agenda this week.

Sonoma Meetings, week of April 9

Three meetings this week - two with the City Council, one from the Planning Commission - highlight key issues in Sonoma's local governance.

Jason Walsh: Sometimes anonymous calls aren’t all they’re cracked up to be...

Sonoma Planning Commission, meet ‘Petaluma Bob’

Sonoma’s Gateway project on Broadway stalled by flood plain

The long-awaited presentation of the Gateway project at Broadway and MacArthur didn’t quite take place at last Thursday’s Planning Commission meeting, but there were objections nonetheless.

Planning Commission to consider ‘Gateway’ project Thursday

The Planning Commission will look at the latest plans for the corner of Broadway and MacArthur, site of the former Sonoma Truck and Auto.

Planning director Goodison announces retirement

Long-time head of Sonoma's planning department part of 'institutional memory'

Letters to the Editor, March 13 - 15

Small is beautiful!EDITOR: I am appalled by the entitled shenanigans our community is being subjected to by the same type of developers we are all too familiar with by now – the crowd who wish to have things their way or else.

City delays Cheese Factory remodel item from March 8 Planning Commission agenda; other items will be heard.

Planning Commission meeting delayed til March 22 to evaluate plans to remodel Plaza foodie site

It’s all about pad size in Schocken Hill appeals

An appeal of three housing projects approved last summer by the Planning Commission comes to the Sonoma City Council on Thursday, March 1, at a 5 p.m. special session.

Sonoma city officials question barrage of legal threats

Caymus Capital issues series of litigation warnings to Hundley, other commissioners

Coleman bids farewell to Sonoma Planning Commission

Reflects on his term on the City of Sonoma Planning Commission

Sonoma City Council seats new Planning Commission

A mix of veterans and rookies appointed to influential city board

Planners approve 73 new units in final meetings

Sonoma’s Planning Commission ended its traditional configuration with a marathon pair of meetings, which resulted in 73 new housing units, more than 50 of them affordable.

Sonoma’s Planning Commission to reconsider SAHA’s affordable housing project

Varied setbacks, less regimented building layouts, an expanded color palate and a more “organic feel” are being proposed for the Altamira Affordable Housing project at 20269 Broadway.

Wanted: Planning Commission members

Accepting Planning Commission applications now

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