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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 ...

Retiring city clerk Avila remembered as “stern and humorous”

Retiring city clerk Avila called “stern and humorous” By Carol R. Percy Of the Lincoln News Messenger Although Pat Avila retired as Lincoln’s city clerk Nov. 1 ...

Thanks, city staff; I appreciate your efforts

Wow! A $1.27 million thank-you is in order to city of Lincoln staff. Employees usually don’t voluntarily reduce their income. And yet the city’s 175 city workers in six labor g ...

City staff is free to talk to newspaper

Just a reminder that it is important to keep me informed if any of you are talking to the media. It is my responsibility as the City’s PIO to keep the Council and the City Manage ...

City engineer does great job

It’s easy to take for granted Lincoln services when they run smoothly. That’s especially the case for engineering services, which covers infrastructure items such as drinking w ...

Budget workshop set for Wednesday

A public budget workshop to discuss potential reductions to this year’s General Fund budget will be at 6 p.m. on Wednesday. “Council’s desire for Wednesday’s budget worksho ...

All employees, including the top ones, need to make concessions

I watched the June 22 City Council meeting on live television last night to see what is going on regarding the city of Lincoln’s 2010-2011 budget and the proposed utility users ...