Lincoln Daily News.com
601 Keokuk Street
Lincoln, IL 62656
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for articles, public action
on bird problem in Mayfair
a note to thank you, Joan Crabb, for the good articles you wrote
about the" Bird Situation" in the Mayfair Addition here
in Lincoln. It is a serious health situation and we are thankful
Mayor Ritter and the City Council acted so quickly on this matter.
As you know the program starts tonight and my husband Wilmer and I
are anxious to get rid of the problem birds in the area. On behalf
of the residents of Mayfair, my husband and I want to especially
thank our Alderman Mike Montcalm and Joe Stone. They worked very
hard to get this ordinance amended so that something could be done
quickly. Wilmer and I also want to thank the residents of Mayfair
for their strong support on this issue. Without their help we
wouldn't have been successful...
and Patricia Birk
about a friendly neighborhood was appreciated
a delightful article ... so
warm and friendly ... touching and very enjoyable.
responds to commentary about liquor licenses, senior citizen
in deep South Texas we have OPEN city meetings on items such as
these. You are right, he said, she said will be opinionated due to
the "interests" of each incidvidual. Local residents
elect local officials and the last I heard "WE THE
PEOPLE" still govern.
so that is bull. Even though we have the open meetings here in
Texas, the politicians go ahead and do what they want anyway. I
believe it will be the same there.
above statements in no way reflect on Lincoln's city rulers nor on
it's community, I think the same goes on everwhere throughout our
interesting article through and I look forward to the responses.
wants to get acquainted
with community issues
job!!! We are new to the community. Actually we haven't moved to
Lincoln yet. We don't close on our house until the end of
September. Your online paper is a great way for me to get to know
the community and some of the issues.
continue to bring to light any community issues that deserve
attention. Do you have any ideas or issues that may be able to
cultivate interest in the minds of my civics students?
for coverage of book sale
for your fantastic coverage of the Library's book sale. We really
appreciate all of your support.
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