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Special meeting on pipeline project turns contentious
Thursday Jul 09 2015
A special Lincoln City Council meeting held Monday morning turned contentious over changes to an agreement between the city and Placer County. A resolution allowing Lincoln City M ...
Lincoln City Council takes second look at Sorrento project
Thursday Jul 09 2015
A proposal to change a housing project from 116 homes to 39 will be back before the Lincoln City Council this Tuesday night. Approval of Sorrento Village 10, a subdivision propose ...
Keep Art League of Lincoln at home
Tuesday Dec 23 2014
Thanks to the City Council for maintaining the Art League of Lincoln in its home at 580 6th St. The contributions to the community of Lincoln ...
Site for Lincoln Taco Bell still undecided
Thursday Apr 17 2014
Whether Taco Bell is coming to town is still unknown, according to both Lincoln city officials and Taco Bell corporate representatives. The News Messenger receives several request ...
Why I love my local newspaper
Tuesday Jan 28 2014
In the early 1960s, I resided in the Bay Area in a city of about 60,000 residents. Our city had a weekly newspaper and I looked forward to receiving it each Wednesda ...
Former Auburn mayor O.C. Taylor dies at 83
Sunday Jan 12 2014
An Auburn native whose life ranged from racing stock cars in the 1950s to serving as Auburn mayor in the 1990s to piloting a plane in his later years, O.C. Taylor died Wedn ...
Mayor begins push for arts commission
Wednesday Jul 31 2013
During council-initiated business at the July 23 City Council meeting, Mayor Stan Nader read an excerpt from the book, “For the Love of Cities” in his push to bring an ...
Don’t do away with council committee reports
Wednesday Jul 17 2013
Councilmen giving committee reports is such a simple part of Lincoln City Council meetings. Sometimes, though, hearing committee reports is the best part of the meetings. Alth ...
How accessible is Lincoln for disabled residents?
Thursday Apr 04 2013
A top-priority question before the city of Lincoln is whether Lincoln is accessible for the disabled. At the March 26 Lincoln City Council meeting, disabled resident Byron Chapman ...
Everyone deserves equal access in public places
Wednesday Apr 03 2013
We must listen to Byron Chapman’s angry words at last week’s City Council public-comment portion of the meeting. His comments declared that everyone – bo ...
Put show at McBean Park
Wednesday Mar 27 2013
I was in total disbelief after reading Ms. Feineman’s editorial in last week’s paper. Obviously, she has no clue as to the production of an event such as &ldquo ...
Join Jane Tahti in asking city to reopen the Carnegie
Wednesday Mar 13 2013
I’ve been excited to read every Friends of the Lincoln Library column Jane Tahti has submitted the last four weeks about the Carnegie Library. Tahti, who founded the ...
Put a stop to Teichert
Thursday Mar 07 2013
To the editor, City Council and Lincoln citizens: Almost 15 years ago, Placer County approved a 1,000-acre Teichert strip mine project just north of Lincoln, in our projec ...
Excessive stop signs continue to be hot topic in Lincoln Hills
Wednesday Mar 06 2013
Stop signs — whether they should be or not be -has become a burning question in Lincoln Hills. Many residents in the active adult community of approximately 11,000 ar ...
Auditors give Lincoln high marks for mid-year budget
Wednesday Feb 27 2013
Those attending the City Council meeting Tuesday settled in for a long report given by the city’s auditors but, at the end, the news was positive. “The c ...
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