Measure K

Join us in right-sizing our city

I would like to respond to a letter to the editor in last week's News Messenger (May 26, 2011 A4), saying Councilman Gabriel Hydrick and I were "dead set" against Measure K a few m ...

New council members change opinions

The words of politicians never cease to amaze me even in small-town politics. A few months ago, hopeful council members Stan Nader and Gabriel Hydrick were tearing apart any and a ...

City Council sends letter to wrong agency again

I hope the day comes when I do not feel compelled to write these letters. The presumption that Lincolnites are not paying attention just keeps on coming. Here we are again sending ...

When did city representatives know about the accounting errors?

Exactly when Lincoln’s city manager, assistant city manager/chief financial officer and City Council understood what a $3 million unrealized investment loss placed in the General ...

Year-end review

2010 End of the Year Lincoln Review January Lincoln man killed by train - Third fatality in 15 years leaves questions about walker’s safety. Lincoln resident Mitchell Aust ...

Measure K is not the problem to our financial problems

I now know how the City Council will be using the failure of Measure K. They have to cut police because Measure K did not pass. They have to close or curtail hours at the library ...

City working on how to implement Measure K

A trend of repeated questions has developed at various Measure K-focused meetings. Some questions revolve around how it?ll be decided if a household is considered very low income ...