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Subway window rocked by stone-throwing vandal

The south Subway restaurant at 247 SW Highway 101 was vandalized early this morning when someone threw a rock and broke one of the highway-facing windows.

Lincoln City Mayor Williams endorses Dahle for mayor

If that experience was positive and transparent, I would agree; however, having worked alongside both Dick Anderson and Susan Wahlke for a number of years I can say without reservation that I endorse David Dahle for mayor.

Lincoln City Mayor Williams: ‘It’s been a privilege’

Mayor Don Williams will not be running for re-election this November due to health concerns for his wife Debbie Williams.

Lincoln City Council Highlights: Ward again alleges Mayor committed a jailable offense

Lincoln City, OR - Last Monday’s three+ hour city council meeting had Councilor Kip Ward threatening possible jail time to any Councilors he finds...

Council’s fourth attempt to unseat Mayor fails

When Don Williams ran for Mayor of Lincoln City in 2014, we supported his plan to sell the Villages at Cascade Head, create better jobs through an Economic...

To the People of Lincoln City

To the people of Lincoln City For the last week you have probably heard a barrage of accusations and opinions against me as mayor and...

Is the City Trying to Cover Up Its Secret Investigations of Mayor Williams?

Lincoln City Police Chief Keith Killian, and City Attorney Richard Appicello, visited DOJ headquarters at least twice in late 2015 to initiate secret criminal investigations of Mayor Don Williams, and one of the mayor’s supporters, transparency advocate Ross Smith.

DOJ Releases Appicello’s Charges Against Mayor Williams

VIEW PDF On March 8, 2017, the Oregon Department of Justice (DOJ) released 48 pages of investigative reports containing numerous criminal charges leveled by Lincoln City City...

DOJ Drops Criminal Investigation of Lincoln City Mayor

A secret 13-month Oregon Department of Justice (DOJ) criminal investigation, launched by Lincoln City City Attorney, Richard Appicello, against Mayor Don Williams, and one of his supporters, transparency advocate Ross Smith, has been dropped.
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Lincoln City Council Candidates Speak Out

If they do get elected I have no doubt in my mind that they will tackle the problem of affordable housing and the city will benefit greatly when the dust settles.

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