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Lloyd resigns Twisp council seat to avoid conflict of interest

Lloyd resigns Twisp council seat to avoid conflict of interest

Twisp Town Council member Bob Lloyd resigned from the council last week because his company, Lloyd Logging Inc., was the successful bidder for a $163,689 contract with the town. Lloyd Logging was the low bidder on a project that will construct curbs, gutters and sidewalks …
Twisp again delays OK of in-kind services contract

Twisp again delays OK of in-kind services contract

The Twisp Town Council kicked a contract between Twisp and Lloyd Holdco down the road once again, directing Twisp’s public works director to identify how in-kind services proposed in the agreement could be applied to construction of a recreational trail. The most recent version of…
Twisp reviews revised in-kind services agreement with Lloyd family

Twisp reviews revised in-kind services agreement with Lloyd family

A revised agreement with Lloyd Holdco for in-kind services to help build a community trail will come back to the Twisp Town Council again, after the Lloyd family has a chance to review the new terms. Intended as compensation to the town for Lloyd Holdco’s withdrawal of a promised trail easement along the…
Twisp reaches agreement with Lloyds for trail compensation

Twisp reaches agreement with Lloyds for trail compensation

Under an agreement approved by the Twisp Town Council last week, Lloyd Holdco LLC would provide $18,700 worth of in-kind services — such as materials, equipment and labor — to help build a community trail, but …
Business park deal met all legal obligations, Twisp says

Business park deal met all legal obligations, Twisp says

After a lengthy review of the history of the Twisp Business Park and the public/private partnership between the town and the Lloyd family, which owns the undeveloped property, Twisp officials say they found no loose ends. “Following a tedious review, we have determined that all contractual…
23 years and counting

23 years and counting

Twenty-three years ago the Town of Twisp and Lloyd Development Corp. joined in a public/private partnership with the goal of developing an industrial park at the former Wagner Mill site on the east side of town. Although more than $1 million in site preparation work was eventually completed on the …
Twisp waits for response from Lloyd family about donation

Twisp waits for response from Lloyd family about donation

Twisp town officials are still waiting for a response from Lloyd Holdco LLC regarding an in-kind donation to compensate the town for the Lloyd family’s decision to withdraw a donation of riverfront property for a community trail. In response to a question from Mayor Soo Ing-Moody at the Jan. 12 council meeting, council member Bob Lloyd...
Street variances supported for Twisp residential subdivision

Street variances supported for Twisp residential subdivision

Twisp planning and public works officials have given preliminary approval to a variance that will allow a street in the Isabella Ridge residential subdivision to be narrower than town ordinances stipulate. They also agreed that the developer can install the streets without curbs, gutters and sidewalks.
Twisp Mill Site gravel pit begins process of reclamation

Twisp Mill Site gravel pit begins process of reclamation

Lloyd Logging is in the process of reclaiming the Twisp Mill Site gravel pit, which the company has actively mined since 1989. The Mill Site occupies roughly eight acres of land within Twisp’s town limits, on land that was the prior site of the Wagner Mill, which closed its doors in 1982. The pit produces...