City Council

Where misplaced $3 million should go to be addressed Tuesday

The $3 million in unrealized investment losses placed in the General Fund will be discussed at next Tuesday’s City Council meeting, according to Mayor Paul Joiner. “It’s my ...

Public gives council an earful

Public comment dominated Tuesday’s City Council meeting as residents gave the city an earful about their displeasure with the city’s recent activities. More than 120 audience m ...

Short to contact state

Councilman Spencer Short wants to clear the city’s name and restore residents’ faith in the city. During the council-initiated portion of Tuesday night’s City Council meeting ...

What’s in Lincoln’s future now?

As soon as City Council unanimously approved putting Measure K on November’s election, several Lincoln residents began mentioning a recall at city meetings and in online blogs an ...

When did city representatives know about the accounting errors?

Exactly when Lincoln’s city manager, assistant city manager/chief financial officer and City Council understood what a $3 million unrealized investment loss placed in the General ...

Who discovered the $3 million loss?

Who discovered the General Fund’s $3 million unrealized investment losses is one of several questions now being asked by the public about the city of Lincoln’s accounting. The ...

Neves leaves Lincoln Jan. 21

Interim Police Chief Joel Neves’ last day on the job is in two weeks. Who will replace him is unknown at this time. Neves’ last day in Lincoln is Jan. 21. Lincoln’s top cop ...

Year-end review

2010 End of the Year Lincoln Review January Lincoln man killed by train - Third fatality in 15 years leaves questions about walker’s safety. Lincoln resident Mitchell Aust ...

Hopes for a wonderful 2011 in Lincoln

In whatever city I’ve called home, the beginning of a new year holds the promise of good solutions to hard problems and turning fuzzy daydreams into realized actions. With two n ...

City Council faces a huge challenge

For several months, the Lincoln City Council has been literally bombarded with speakers criticizing the council for having too many employees, for paying them too much, for unreali ...