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Written by Filed Under The Visalia Planning Commission voted 4-0 Monday to approve the expansion of a senior housing development on Monday. Visalia Land Co., Inc., had asked for its conditional-use permit to be amended. The company wanted to increase
The topic has taken on new life after a Jan. 24 vote by the Visalia Planning Commission, approving a remake of the old Mearle's Drive-In a design that includes four tall palm trees. "I live about 300 feet from Mearle's," said Stephen Tootle, leader
In a redesign that has pleased historians, hamburger eaters, milkshake drinkers, 1950s nostalgia buffs and even girl-watchers, Mearle's Drive-In will become a modern-day drive-through restaurant under a plan approved Monday by the Visalia Planning
The Teamsters, which has about 700 members living in the Visalia area, told the Visalia City Council this week that the company could bring negative environmental and worker-safety implications. VWR International LLC is a Pennsylvania-based global
Plans to reinvigorate the South Mooney Boulevard commercial corridor have been approved by the Visalia City Council. But community members hope they're successful without adversely affecting business in other parts of Visalia. The proposal, already
Members of the Visalia Planning Commission will again consider a proposal Monday to allow a 127,918-square-foot neighborhood shopping center to be built on the corner of Lovers Lane and Walnut Avenue in southeast Visalia. Backers of the proposal,
High-speed rail is the one "glaring omission" from the first phase of the Visalia General Plan Update presented earlier today at a special joint session of the Visalia City Council and Visalia Planning Commission, a local property owner stated. The
Should the complex's 391-page report be approved by Visalia officials in the coming weeks, design work on the expansion could start as early as January, said Andy Chamberlain, senior planner for the city of Visalia who is overseeing the huge project.
In a major victory for property owners in the Stonebridge neighborhood of Visalia, the Visalia Planning Commission delayed approval of a large shopping center until Nov. 8 in a late-night, 5-0 vote Monday at the Visalia Convention Center. The
Visalia City Council members voted Tuesday, 4-1, with Vice Mayor Amy Shuklian dissenting, to redirect $520,000 from a first-time homebuyers program into another fund that provides second mortgages of up to $40,000 to assist in new-home purchases.