city council

Safety more important

  I have read with interest the letters to the editor regarding the stop sign issue in Sun City Lincoln Hills. I find it very interesting how every letter written for the re ...

Lincoln cops and firefighters stay

  If ever there was a City Council meeting worth going to, that meeting was this past Tuesday night at McBean Park Pavilion. The event had all the trappings of a late night d ...

Our cops and our firefighters to stay ours

  Sometimes an easy decision takes a long time to reach. Such as whether to contract out public-safety services or keep them as is with the Lincoln police and fire departmen ...

Art League of Lincoln needs a home, community support

  The new Art League of Lincoln deserves the community’s thanks and now support. The nonprofit organization is working hard to bring art and culture to the community. ...

City looking for new committee members

The city of Lincoln is soliciting interested citizens to serve on eight committees. These committees make recommendations to City Council throughout the year. If you are intere ...

Keep our police and fire staff local

Sometimes the obvious solution becomes buried as bureaucratic conversations go nowhere over a period of months.  And often, the answer has been there all along, since the begi ...

Rocklin City Council gives nod to Strikes Sports Pavilion

The Rocklin City Council OK’d a plan Nov. 13 for Strikes Unlimited to construct its Sports Pavilion next to its bowling and sports bar facility. Doug Brown, Strikes Unlimite ...

Race is more than just choosing a candidate

Although the City Council race began July 16, it seems twice as long than the past three months of campaigning by nine candidates for three seats. The race has been tough because ...

Slagle picks three for City Council

As a recently retired professional businessman and owner of a company, my wife and I recently moved to Del Webb’s Sun City Lincoln Hills. Wanting to become involved in the town o ...

Capitalizing on local sports

Strikes Unlimited at 5681 Lonetree Blvd. in Rocklin is putting their money and efforts where their hearts are in hopes it will pay off for the community. Not only do they have a fi ...

Fourth candidate forum scheduled

The Lincoln News Messenger is proud to partner with the League of Women Voters of Placer County in adding another City Council candidate forum. There are now four council forums. H ...

New whistleblower policy adopted Tuesday

Lincoln City Council unanimously adopted Tuesday night an administrative policy to prevent retaliation against whistleblowers. The policy is intended to prevent retaliation again ...

Art, archives top council agenda

City Council unanimously voted to lease two city-owned buildings to nonprofit organizations. The five council members gave the Lincoln Area Archives Museum permission to be on th ...

Reader critical of Hydrick's July column

After attending a good number of City Council meetings, I was of the view that Gabriel Hydrick?s most obvious weakness was his inability to speak in coherent sentences to convey a ...
  •