Dan Karleskint

Council sets rates for reclaimed water

Lincoln’s city council took one of the first steps towards getting into the water business Feb. 8 when the panel voted unanimously to set rates for reclaimed water. Rates fo ...

In-N-Out gets OK

Crossed palm trees will soon be seen in the Lincoln Crossing neighborhood. Fans of the In-N-Out burger chain will recognize the iconic trees as the restaurants’ signature la ...

Fourth Village I project approved by Planning Commission

A fourth subdivision for the Village I area, Epick 3, was approved by the Lincoln Planning Commission Aug. 26 after a heated discussion about a landowner who is not a part of the s ...

New fiscal committee could expand

The outline for the city’s fiscal sustainability plan’s request for proposal was Wednesday’s fiscal-sustainability committee meeting focus. Committee chairman Richard Pearl l ...

Creating revenue in the city is a real solution

I was glad to read Stan Nader’s column (News Messenger, April 1, Page A5) wherein he espoused his support for the utility users’ tax if that is the only viable solution to the ...