Lincoln City Council

School resource officer issue not settled, says city manager

A school resource officer for the Western Placer Unified School District might still be provided by the Lincoln Police Department, according to City Manager Bob Adams Tuesday night ...

Three running for two open City Council seats

Lincoln voters will have three new faces to choose from in November to replace outgoing City Councilman Gabriel Hydrick and Mayor Stan Nader, and at least one woman will be elected ...

City Council approves new water rates

After dozens of meetings, a lawsuit and a multi-million dollar settlement during the course of the last year, the Lincoln City Council Tuesday night unanimously approved new water ...

Friday deadline for City Council, school board candidates

Lincoln City Council candidates have until Friday to file papers, unless neither of the incumbents chooses to run for re-election, in which case the deadline will be extended to We ...

City Council approves Lincoln Crossing bond issuance

A Lincoln City Council meeting, that started a week ago, was concluded Tuesday night with the approval of a bond sale that could save residents of the Lincoln Crossing neighborhood ...

State Auditor begins interviews

California State Auditor team members seem to be interviewing Lincoln elected officials and city employees for more than a week and the process could last until February, according ...

Meet your interim city manager

For Robert Adams, interim Lincoln city manager, all roads seem to lead to Lincoln. A resident of the Park City, Utah area, Adams lives one town over from Heber City, where former ...

Bond issuance could save Lincoln Crossing residents millions

Tuesday night’s Lincoln City Council meeting will be continued July 31 to allow for the approval of a bond sale that could save one neighborhood millions of dollars. Tuesday ...

Councilmen stepped over mayor

At the July 10 City Council meeting, three of our councilmen stepped over Mayor Nader! I am disgusted by their action.  This is not how our city works.  One of the benefi ...

City to receive fraction of $2.4-million loan repayment

BY STEVE ARCHER OF THE LINCOLN NEWS MESSENGER Lincoln will be repaid less than two percent of a $2.4-million loan, made by the city’s now defunct redevelopment agency, afte ...

Council approves $79 million budget

BY STEVE ARCHER OF THE LINCOLN NEWS MESSENGER A $79-million budget was unanimously approved Tuesday night by Lincoln City Council, which includes $18.8 million in General Fund op ...

City Manager Matt Brower's community service appreciated

BY STEVE ARCHER OF THE LINCOLN NEWS MESSENGER Reaction to the unexpected June 12 announcement of Lincoln City Manager Matt Brower’s resignation can mostly be characterized ...

Lincoln City Manager resigns

BY STEVE ARCHER OF THE LINCOLN NEWS MESSENGER Lincoln City Manager Matt Brower announced his resignation at the end of Tuesday night’s City Council meeting. Brower will be ...

Council reacts to state audit, water use report

Lincoln City Councilmen Peter Gilbert and Dan Karleskint defended the city’s financial status in response to a state legislative committee’s decision last week to audit ...

Small animal ordinance advances

A small animal ordinance, allowing residents to keep up to five chicken hens and five rabbits within the city limits, was approved 4-0-1 by the Lincoln City Council Tuesday night. ...