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Brownfield Advisory Committee has first meeting

Remediation of contaminated land can be a time and money consuming process that may, essentially, destroy the value of a parcel of land and threaten the worth of neighboring property-depending on the type of contamination present and whether there is a threat of it spreading via ground water or runoff. Thanks to a grant that Lincoln City applied for and received a few years ago, the city has partnered with environmental consultants from Maul Foster & Longi and Akana. Together with oversite from Economic Development and Urban Renewal Director Alison Robertson and Economic Development Project manager Seth Lenaerts, the BAC hopes to help identify heretofore unmarked properties that could benefit from analysis of their condition.

North Lincoln Sanitary to ask Council for rate increase

  A proposed rate increase in trash services from North Lincoln Sanitary of four and one half percent will be on the city council's agenda...

City Attorney Fired

City Attorney Richard Appicello was fired "without cause" last night at a city council special meeting. The vote was 4-1 in favor of terminating...

Beach Equipment Rental


Fitness and training


Real Estate Sales


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