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2006 Media Releases


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December

 MAYOR SENG’S NEW YEAR’S MESSAGE

 RESTORATION WORK CONTINUES IN WILDERNESS PARK

 MAJOR PROJECTS COMPLETED AT TREATMENT PLANT

 CITY ISSUES NEW INVITATION FOR PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF VERIZON BUILDING

 LINCOLN AWARDED $700,000 FOR YOUTHBUILD PROGRAM

 LINCOLN NAMED ONE OF NATION’S TOP DIGITAL CITIES

 MAYOR PRESENTS NOVEMBER AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

 VERIZON ANNOUNCEMENT

November

 MAYOR SENG’S THANKSGIVING MESSAGE

 MAYOR ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR STAR CITY HOLIDAY FESTIVAL

 PARKING METERS WILL BE ENFORCED FRIDAY

 FLAGS TO BE FLOWN AT HALF STAFF IN HONOR OF SOLDIER

 MAYOR TO PRESENT HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD

 MAYOR RELEASES NEW HOMELESS COUNT

 MAYOR PRESENTS AWARD OF EXCELLENCE FOR OCTOBER

 PUBLIC INVITED TO OPEN HOUSE ON CITY POOLS

 SOUTH LEG OF ELEVATED OVERPASS TO OPEN FRIDAY

 MAYOR SELECTS WRIGHT AS INTERIM FIRE CHIEF

October

 MARINE CORPS MEMORIAL TO BE DEDICATED ON VETERANS DAY

 PLEDGE TO RECYCLE AND BE A WINNER

 MAYOR PRESENTS AWARD OF EXCELLENCE FOR SEPTEMBER

 NEW DOWNTOWN PARK FEATURES WIRELESS INTERNET ACCESS

 FEDERAL GRANT TO FUND COMMUNITY FOOD PROJECT

 PUBLIC INVITED TO DEDICATION OF DOWNTOWN PARK

September

 CITY OF LINCOLN EARNS SILVER LEVEL "WELL WORKPLACE" DESIGNATION

 GROUND BROKEN FOR NEW NSAA HEADQUARTERS AT HAYMARKET PARK

 LONG RANGE TRANSPORTATION PLAN IS FOCUS OF OPEN HOUSES

 MAYOR PRESENTS AWARD OF EXCELLENCE FOR AUGUST

 PUBLIC INVITED TO DEDICATION OF NEW PARK

August

 MAYOR SAYS TRAFFIC IMPROVEMENTS WILL GREET STATE FAIR AND HUSKER FANS

 NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD

 MAYOR ANNOUNCES RESOLUTION ON FIRE TRUCKS

 21 EDUCATIONAL ACCESS KICKS OFF THIRD SEASON OF NEBRASKA WESLEYAN FOOTBALL

 21 EDUCATIONAL ACCESS KICKS OFF THIRD SEASON OF HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

 CITY TO CONTRACT WITH TALENT PLUS TO ASSESS LINCOLN FIRE AND RESCUE PROCEDURES

 BIG X OVERPASS PHASE 1 OPENS TO TRAFFIC

 MAYOR PRESENTS JULY AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

 CITY TO SPRAY FOR WEST NILE VIRUS CARRYING MOSQUITOES ON MONDAY

 MAYOR CALLS COUNCIL ACTION ON BUDGET SHORT-SIGHTED

 CITY TO CONTINUE VOLUNTARY WATER RESTRICTIONS

 MAYOR URGES PUBLIC TO SUPPORT AGENCIES PROVIDING HEAT RELIEF FOR THE HOMELESS

 MAYOR URGES CAUTION IN HOT WEATHER

 MAYOR ISSUES OUTDOOR WATER USAGE WARNING

 MAYOR ANNOUNCES SUPERMARKET DEVELOPMENT FOR NORTHEAST LINCOLN

July

 OUTDOOR WATER USAGE ALERT

 COUNCIL MEMBERS AND MAYOR COLLABORATE ON PROPOSALS RELATED TO CONCEALED WEAPONS

 PUBLIC INVITED TO DEDICATION OF NEW BOOSALIS TRAIL CONNECTOR

 KINDERGARTEN KICKOFF CELEBRATES BEGINNING OF EDUCATIONAL CAREERS

 CITY’S ASSISTS VALENTINE WITH PORTABLE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM

 MAYOR URGES PUBLIC TO CONSERVE WATER

 LINCOLN HOUSING AUTHORITY AWARDED MORE HUD FUNDING

 CITY GOLF COURSES, WOODS TENNIS CENTER TO RECEIVE AEDs

 MAYOR PRESENTS JUNE AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

 MAYOR ACCEPTS FIRE CHIEF’S RESIGNATION; PLACES ASSISTANT CHIEF ON ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE

 POLICE OFFICERS SUPPORT MAYOR’S EFFORTS TO BAN CONCEALED WEAPONS IN LINCOLN

 MAYOR’S INDEPENDENCE DAY MESSAGE

June

 GROUND BROKEN FOR $10 MILLION PROJECT AT 48TH AND “O”

 "STAR CITY TREASURES" PROJECT CAPTURING ORAL HISTORIES

 MAYOR SAYS CITY MUST CHOOSE GROWTH STRATEGY AND INVEST IN FUTURE JOB CREATION

 SENG CUTS SPENDING TO BALANCE CITY BUDGET

 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AGENCIES SUPPORT MAYOR’S EFFORTS TO BAN CONCEALED WEAPONS IN LINCOLN

 MAYOR ANNOUNCES AGREEMENT WITH HY-VEE TO BUILD AT 50TH AND "O"

 MAYOR’S COMMITTEE FOR INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP TO HOST MULTI-NATIONAL GROUP

 MAYOR PRESENTS AWARDS FOR “CLEAN YOUR FILES WEEK”

 MAYOR SENG THANKS PARTNERS FOR PROVIDING LOW-INCOME CHILDREN WITH SUMMER MEALS

 MAYOR PRESENTS MAY AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

 PUBLIC INVITED TO ANNIVERSARY EVENT AT THE VETERANS MEMORIAL GARDEN

 CITY’S SAFETY PROGRAM RECOGNIZED

 PUBLIC INVITED TO TOUR ANTELOPE VALLEY PROJECT AREA

May

 MAYOR CALLS FOR MOMENT OF SILENCE ON MEMORIAL DAY

 MAYOR INVITES PUBLIC TO FREE CELEBRATION AT HOLMES LAKE

 "UNCLE SAM JAM" TO FEATURE LIVE SYMPHONY CONCERT ON JULY 4

 MAYOR ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF ANNUAL WATER CONSERVATION ART CONTEST

 MAYOR CALLS FOR VOLUNTARY WATER CONSERVATION

 SEASON POOL PASSES NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE

 FREE FAMILY SAFETY EVENT SET FOR MAY 12

 MAYOR ADVANCES SEX OFFENDER RESIDENCY RESTRICTIONS

April

 NATURE CENTER PROJECT RECEIVES MAJOR GRANT

 MAYOR PROMOTES INFANT IMMUNIZATION

 MAYOR ANNOUNCES CAMPAIGN TO RENOVATE ROSE GARDEN

 MAYOR SEEKS TO BAN CONCEALED WEAPONS IN LINCOLN

 MAYOR PRESENTS MARCH AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

 MAYOR INVITES PUBLIC TO KICK-OFF OF ROSE GARDEN CAMPAIGN

 MAYOR SAYS RESPONSE TIME AND QUALITY CONTINUE TO BE EMS PRIORITIES

 CANDIDATE FORUMS AND DEBATES SET FOR APRIL 18

 MAYOR SENG SAYS COURT DECISION AFFIRMING IMPACT FEES CLEARS PATH FOR GROWTH

 MAYOR’S ARTS AWARDS WINNERS ANNOUNCED

March

 RESIDENTS ASKED TO REPORT POTHOLES AND OTHER STREET PROBLEMS

 MAYOR’S TOWN HALL SET FOR APRIL 11

 RELOCATION OF FIRE STATION #11 WILL BETTER SERVE ARNOLD HEIGHTS NEIGHBORHOOD AND BUSINESSES

 VOLUNTEER-A-THON SEEKS PLEDGES OF HOURS AND FUNDS

 CITY USES CORN-BASED PRODUCT TO FIGHT ICE ON STREETS

 RESTORATION WORK TO BEGIN AT SHOEMAKER MARSH

 MAYOR PRESENTS 2005 AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

 MAYOR SENG TO RECEIVE GIRL SCOUTING’S HIGHEST ADULT AWARD SATURDAY

 NEW N.S.A.A. HEADQUARTERS PLANNED FOR HAYMARKET PARK

 MAYOR TO AWARD GRANTS TO NINE NEIGHBORHOOD AND COMMUNITY GROUPS

 MAYOR’S COMMITTEE FOR INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP TO HOST MULTINATIONAL GROUP

 MAYOR SENG SUPPORTS MAYOR’S CONFERENCE POLICY TO REDUCE POLLUTION

 CITY ENDS FEES FOR ONLINE PAYMENTS

 MAYOR SENG ADVOCATES MORE FAIR DISTRIBUTION OF ROAD FUNDS

February

 UNION BANK AND TRUST RECEIVES COMMUNITY CONSCIENCE AWARD

 LOCAL AGENCIES PREPARE FOR POSSIBLE FLU PANDEMIC

 DEMOLITION BEGINS AT 48TH AND “O” SOUTH REDEVELOPMENT

 DATE CHANGED FOR MAYOR’S ARTS AWARDS

 FIRST OF NEW FIRE PUMPERS ARRIVES IN LINCOLN

 MAYOR PRESENTS JANUARY AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

 MAYOR SENG PROPOSES NEW DOWNTOWN PROJECTS

 MAYOR SENG ANNOUNCES PRESIDENTIAL EARMARK FOR ANTELOPE VALLEY PROJECT

January

 UNL HISTORY CHAIR TO PRESENT FREE PROGRAM ON LINCOLN AND THE GREAT PLAINS

 HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION PREMIERES SHOW ON 5 CITY-TV

 MAYOR SENG WELCOMES NOVARTIS EXPANSION

 MAYOR PRESENTS AWARD OF EXCELLENCE FOR DECEMBER

 LES PROPOSED RATE CHANGES PDF 271K

 NEW PROJECTS ANNOUNCED FOR “LINCOLN CARES”

 CITY’S SIXTH ANNUAL ABRAHAM LINCOLN CELEBRATION TO INCLUDE LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATE

 ABE LINCOLN CELEBRATION

 CITY’S 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION TO REMAIN AT OAK LAKE

 MAYOR PRESENTS AWARD OF EXCELLENCE FOR NOVEMBER

 NOMINATIONS NOW ACCEPTED FOR ARTS AWARDS

Past Media Releases:     2006     2005     2004     2003     2002     2001     2000    


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