City Council

New City Council needs to agree to disagree

Last week’s election demonstrated residents’ dissatisfaction with the current City Council. The incumbent candidate was not reelected. In addition, the two newly elected counc ...

City focuses on possible severe cuts

In the face of scare-tactic accusations from some residents, city staff provided potential budget cuts to General Fund departments during Tuesday’s City Council meeting. More tha ...

What are the council candidates spending?

With less than a week to go until election day, Lincoln City Council candidates spent at least $1,225 to $19,766 on their campaigns. The six candidates are campaigning for two City ...

Q and A with your council candidates

On Tuesday, Lincoln voters will choose which of six candidates will be the two new City Council members. Running for office are Reid Barney, Jeff Greenberg, Gabriel Hydrick, Stan N ...

A long election season almost over

It has been a long four months of official local campaigning for the Nov. 2 election. Candidates have promoted their platforms at several area forums and debates. Letter-writers ...

Candidate Greenberg asks for your vote

My name is Jeff Greenberg and I am running for Lincoln City Council. I have been active in our city since I moved here in December 2002. I am opposed to Measure K (the utility us ...

Hooray, it’s almost Nov. 2!

As Election Day approaches and we all give a collective sigh of relief, a few items: A friend who was a city councilman for eight years in a Bay Area city wrote to our council Au ...

City Council should be transparent in their spending

I have copies of The Colfax Record in the 1940s. On the front page is a list of all the expenditures of the City Council. What a neat idea. The City Council of Lincoln might do t ...

Community encouraged to become involved with budget

At the upcoming Lincoln City Council meeting to be held Tuesday, staff will begin presentations regarding the 2011/2012 budget. Following the council meeting, and based on the feed ...

City staff to give ways to make Lincoln live within its means

I can’t think of a better time than now to find new ways to fund our city budget. Even if Measure K, or the proposed utility users’ tax passes in 13 days, that’s just a Band ...

Manager explains city’s financial future

Carol Feineman, editor of the Lincoln News Messenger, published an editorial on Sept. 30 (Page A4) titled, “City Manager: Lincoln’s financials one of worst in state.” I app ...

It’s political season

If residents didn’t already know that it’s election season, they do now. That’s due to City Council candidate signs popping up this week on numerous street corners and neighb ...

Residents can get involved in city groups

Want to Serve? The City of Lincoln is soliciting interested citizens to serve on the following boards/commissions/committees. If you are interested in serving, applications are a ...
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