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Monthly Archives: February, 2018

Final State of the City for Don Williams

Mayor Don Williams gave his fourth and final State of the City address to a packed house at the Lincoln City Cultural Center this Tuesday.

Council honors Ward, leaves seat vacant, & apologizes to Mayor Williams & citizens

Mayor Don Williams asked for a moment of silence for the recent passing of Councilor Kip Ward.

City Council & City Attorney to apologize to Mayor Williams

The Lincoln City Council, and the city attorney, have finally decided to apologize to Williams, and move on.

Letter to City Council By Janell Templeton

We, the citizens, watch all the shenanigans at city hall involving city staff and council, and are dumbfounded at the hatred and misuse of public funds done solely for political and personal attacks.

City paying for Warming Shelter rezone filing, despite denial

The Warming Shelter staff are not letting the city’s recent denial of their rezone request dampen their spirits to serve the unhomed.

Citizens get some answers, but Warming Shelter’s rezone request denied

The new police station budget was approved for $10.5 million after an $11.6 million ask was shot down.

Lincoln City Councilor Kip Ward passes away

A Facebook post confirms Lincoln City City Councilor Kip Ward has passed away.

iPhone Source Code Leak No Big Deal. Here’s Why

The source code for iOS 9, an older version of Apple's mobile software, was posted on the Github code-sharing earlier this week, doubtless causing...

City Attorney Appicello gunning for Mayor Williams again

A bombshell memo sent last week by Lincoln City Attorney Richard Appicello raises serious ethical questions.