Granite Bay Community Plan

Supervisors approve updated Granite Bay Community Plan

Granite Bay’s population should grow by about 12 percent between now and 2035, according to the restrictions of a new community plan passed Tuesday. The Placer County Board of S ...

Granite Bay may get another mega-church

The Granite Bay Seventh-day Adventist Church is hoping to build a house of worship on 74 acres of undeveloped land, which has some local residents concerned. Currently, the Christ ...

Granite Bay has shaped plan update

In August 2008, the Placer County Board of Supervisors directed the Planning Department to review the, then 19 year-old, Granite Bay Community Plan to see if modifications were nee ...

Granite Bay garage condos proposed

Granite Bay may get a new garage condo and self-storage facility unless residents voice their concerns, say a husband and wife opposed to the proposed development. The Granite Bay ...

Community Plan requires the art of listening to both sides

There are always two sides to every story. Unfortunately many people only see one side: their own. This one-sidedness is especially ugly when it comes to politics.Tempers flare, ...

Change for the sake of change is irrelevant

The letter from Andrew and Lori Ryan on the Granite Bay Community Plan update, Press-Tribune, March 18, was interesting. Their reasons for change; change for the sake of change, fi ...