Politics

City Council frustrated by stalled capital projects

Lincoln City manager Matt Brower vowed Tuesday night to put a "full-court press" on two projects which, if delayed, could cost the city nearly $1 million. Both Well ...

Ask questions at Friday’s ‘Coffee with the Mayor’

Lincoln Mayor Paul Joiner will meet at 10 a.m. Friday with Lincoln Hills residents at a monthly coffee get-together. But it’s not just for Lincoln Hills residents; Friday&r ...

City Council

Lincoln City Manager Matt Brower vowed Tuesday night to put a “full-court press” on two projects which, if delayed, could cost the city nearly $1 million. Both Wel ...

Fire station closures March 5 prompts following letter to the five City Councilmen

I am a retired firefighter with 35 years experience (25 years as a captain) in a large city, Oakland. After retiring in 2000, I moved to Lincoln where I became a volunteer assista ...

Lincoln City council approves sign ordinance

After 20 months of discussion, Lincoln City Council voted Tuesday night to approve the first reading of the long-debated city sign ordinance—with one proviso: City Council ga ...

Two fire stations temporarily close March 5

When three firefighters did not show up for a morning shift change March 5, it sparked social media rumors that Lincoln Fire Department personnel were staging a protest. Lincoln P ...

Two fire stations temporarly closed for the day

According to Scott McKinney president of Lincoln Professional Firefighters Association "At 8 a.m. this morning at shift change, we only had three firefighters ins ...

Sign ordinance delayed; will be heard by council March 10

The city of Lincoln’s sign ordinance revision saw another delay Tuesday and will return for City Council’s discussion next month, according to Lincoln Mayor Paul Joiner ...

14 residents join city’s committees

 Fourteen Lincoln residents were appointed Tuesday to four-year terms on city of Lincoln committees at the Lincoln City Council meeting. They join other residents serving ...

Bickford Ranch development starting up again

After a 5-year hiatus, the Bickford Ranch development located between Loomis and Lincoln is being revived. Revisions to the Placer County Board of Supervisors- approved plans ...