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Staffing of Lincoln Police Department discussed

A moment of silence Tuesday night at the start of the Lincoln City Council meeting, for a police officer killed July 28 in San Diego, sparked a heated discussion about under-staffi ...

County commission approves annexation

Village I, a housing development proposed for land located between the city limits and Turkey Creek Golf Course, cleared a major hurdle Wednesday when a key county commission appro ...

Solar panel protesters pack council chamber

Nearly three dozen Lincoln Hills residents attended the Lincoln City Council meeting Tuesday night to protest the installation of solar panels on a golf course and ask for help sto ...

Lincoln council reacts to tax-sharing agreement

A tax-sharing agreement between Lincoln and Placer County, approved unanimously April 19 by the board of supervisors, will allow the city to proceed with annexation of land designa ...

City Council has positive trip to D.C.

All six of Lincoln’s city leaders said at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting that a recent lobbying effort in the nation’s capital was beneficial. All five Cit ...

Lincoln City Council travels to Washington, D.C.

Lincoln was well-represented this week at an annual lobbying trip to the nation’s capital with all five City Councilmen and the city manager attending. The Lincoln City Coun ...

Social Host ordinance gets cool reception

A social host ordinance designed to hold adults responsible for underage drinking met with many questions Tuesday night and tepid support from the Lincoln City Council. The propos ...

Streets could benefit from sales tax ballot measure

A proposed county-wide, half-cent sales tax increase – which may appear on the November ballot – could provide Lincoln with nearly $2 million for street maintenance and ...

Planning Commission meets with City Council

A special meeting of both the Lincoln City Council and Planning Commission Feb. 29 to discuss zoning changes and amendments to the Lincoln General Plan left at least two councilmen ...

Council divided over water experts

A contentious division over who should attend numerous water-related meetings for the city, including local purveyors and state regulators, was settled Tuesday night at the Lincoln ...

Council hears complaints of homeless camps

Spring-like weather may be contributing to more contact between two groups of Lincoln residents – those with homes and those without. Lincoln residents Richard Fallen and Je ...

Council spends hours on committee structure

A major overhaul of the city of Lincoln’s committees, boards and commissions turned into a major effort Tuesday night as the Lincoln City Council debated a handful of the 16 ...

Lincoln leaders look forward to busy year

Lincoln city leaders said 2016 will keep them busy with issues ranging from improving local infrastructure to securing an adequate water supply for future growth and development. ...

Sixth annual Lincoln Salmon Festival strives to educate

Dozens of residents turned out Saturday for the sixth annual Lincoln Salmon Festival to learn more about local wildlife and conservation practices. The annual event was held at Mc ...

Urban farm advocate addresses Lincoln City Council

Mary Kimball is looking for farmland and she doesn’t need a lot. Kimball is the executive director of Center for Land-based Learning and four years ago started the Californi ...