• Mayor’s Monthly Report


    CHRISTMAS ON THE SQUARE – Final plans have been made and it looks like between the City, the Chamber, the Maranatha and  Sanctuary churches, as well as several other volunteers, we are in store for a super evening. Dinner will be served out of the Senior Center with overflow seating in the American Legion building, and all the festivities will start at 5:30 p.m. I’m sure it will another success. I want to thank all of the volunteers for their efforts, as well as the Senior Center and the American Legion for the use of their facilities.

    LIBRARY UPDATE – We have started the demolition process, and it’s going very well. As of today, they had 3 of the buildings down with cleanup left.  Last week we met with Brett Park to go over the final plans for the building, and I have to say his team has done a great job. We are very excited to get the final drawing out for everyone to see. It’s going to be unbelievable!

    SAFETY LIGHTS – We have our school safety lights up and in operation. We are committed to providing the safest area possible for our students and the community.

    PARKS AND RECREATION – I’m excited about the agreement with the school to work together to provide more opportunities for the youth in town. Starting small, we plan to start a soccer league for the kids and continue to add to the plan until we can eventually work with the Boys and Girls Club to provide many different activities. I feel this could be the start of a great program, and it is exactly what Lincoln needs.

    I want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

    – Mayor Rob Hulse

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