Steve Art

Walmart buys former Rainbow Market site

Lincoln shoppers may not have to soon travel to Roseville to visit Walmart. Steve Art, Lincoln’s economic and redevelopment manager, said Walmart bought the property on Dec. 31. ...

Lincoln places in Top 10 growth area

Lincoln ranked nine out of 10 on a list of the most notable high-growth areas in the United States. That’s according to a recent study performed by the Gadberry Group, which is b ...

City’s economic/redevelopment manager quits

Steve Art, the city’s economic and redevelopment manager, will soon have a change of scenery. Art has accepted the position of economic development and urban renewal manager for ...

Lincoln’s All-America

The city of Lincoln will forgo an attempt for next year’s All-America City Award. The decision not to reapply was made Wednesday morning by the city’s Economic Development Comm ...

History to be a part of downtown vision

The Carnegie Library and Lincoln Area Archives Museum will not be left out of downtown Lincoln’s future plans, although it feels that way to some community leaders. The city paid ...

Rainbow market building sold

City staff announced during the Sept. 2 Lincoln Democratic Club meeting that the building once housing Rainbow Market had been sold earlier that day. City Manager Jim Estep told t ...

State takes $871,000 from Lincoln’s redevelopment funds

The city of Lincoln was forced to give over $871,000 of its redevelopment funds to the state last week. The city turned over the money to the Placer County Auditor as the result of ...

Lincoln makes list of high-growth areas in the U.S.

Lincoln is on a list for being the fourth of nine notable high-growth areas in the United States. This is according to a recent study by the Gadberry Group, which is headquartere ...

City staff head east on lobbying trip to D.C.

With city council members and staff in Washington D.C. for the Capitol-to-Capitol, Tuesday's council meeting has been cancelled. Council members Kent Nakata, Spencer Short and Tom ...