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December

 NOMINATIONS NOW ACCEPTED FOR ARTS AWARDS

 MAJOR GIFT TO 2015 VISION EXPANDS ICE SKATING AND SPORTS OPPORTUNITIES FOR LINCOLN

 21 EDUCATIONAL ACCESS TO AIR LONDON PARADE FEATURING LINCOLN HIGH BAND

 CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS TO RING BELLS

 MAYOR PRESENTS NOVEMBER AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

 MAYOR SAYS EARLY RETIREMENT INCENTIVE AND HIRING FREEZE PART OF BUDGET OVERHAUL

 STAR CITY HOLIDAY PARADE RESCHEDULED FOR DECEMBER 8

November

 CITY PREPARED FOR WINTER WEATHER

 LINE-UP ANNOUNCED FOR STAR CITY HOLIDAY PARADE

 BEUTLER NAMES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AIDE

 PARK FREE FOR STAR CITY HOLIDAY PARADE

 MAYOR TO VETO LIVING WAGE EXEMPTION

 WASTEWATER MASTER PLAN OUTLINES FUTURE NEEDS

 STAR CITY PARADE SEEKING MARSHALS

 MAYOR INVITES PUBLIC TO CELEBRATION OF AMERICA RECYCLES DAY

 MAYOR ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR STAR CITY HOLIDAY PARADE

 MAYOR PRESENT HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD TO BEATTY BRASCH

 BEUTLER APPOINTS MACLEAN AS DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS AND UTILITIES

 LINCOLN NAMED NATION’S TOP DIGITAL CITY

 PRELIMINARY STATISTICS SHOW EMS TO FINISH YEAR WITH SMALL PROFIT

 MAYOR PRESENTS OCTOBER AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

 LINCOLN FIRE AND RESCUE URGES RESIDENTS TO "CHANGE YOUR CLOCK, CHANGE YOUR BATTERY"

October

 PUBLIC INVITED TO DEDICATION OF PRAIRIE BUILDING ADDITION TUESDAY

 MAYOR PRESENTS SEPTEMBER AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

 MAYOR SAYS VOTER APPROVAL NEEDED FOR SUCCESSFUL ARENA PROJECT

 MAYOR FORMS ADVISORY COUNCIL ON WOMEN’S ISSUES

 WEST HAYMARKET ACTION TEAM INVITES PUBLIC TO OPEN HOUSES

 LINCOLN FIRE AND RESCUE REMINDS RESIDENTS TO PRACTICE FIRE ESCAPE PLANS

September

 RESIDENTS ENCOURAGED TO HELP WITH FALL PARK CLEANUP

 ESCHLIMAN SAYS STATE NEEDS SAFE HAVEN LAW

 STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY EMPLOYEES TO RECEIVE AWARDS FROM LINCOLN FIRE AND RESCUE

 MAYOR PRESENTS AUGUST AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

 AGREEMENT REACHED TO PAVE ALVO ROAD

 MAYOR ENCOURAGES PUBLIC TO ATTEND MEETING ON RESEARCH CORRIDOR

 MAYOR SAYS TRAFFIC IMPROVEMENTS WILL GREET HUSKER FANS

 MAYOR TO INTRODUCE ORDINANCE CREATING AUDIT BOARD

 NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD

 PUBLIC INVITED TO ANNUAL PATRIOT DAY PROGRAM

August

 MAYOR OUTLINES VISION IN STATE OF THE CITY

 HOUSING PROJECTS AWARDED NEARLY $900,000 IN GRANTS

 911 CENTER’S TRAINING PROGRAM RECEIVES NATIONAL CERTIFICATION

 MAYOR BEUTLER NAMES NEW FIRE CHIEF

 MAYOR SAYS TRAFFIC IMPROVEMENTS WILL GREET STATE FAIR AND HUSKER FANS

 MAYOR’S STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS TO FOCUS ON FUTURE

 MAYOR BEUTLER STRENGTHENING CITY’S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS

 TREE DEBRIS REMOVAL

 PUBLIC INVITED TO OPEN HOUSE ON LINCOLN’S PUBLIC TRANSIT-HUMAN SERVICES TRANSPORTATION PLAN

 CITY ASKS RESIDENTS FOR HELP TO CLEAR FALLEN TREE LIMBS

 NEBRASKA TASK FORCE ONE DEPLOYS TO FORT WORTH

 CHANNEL 21 KICKS OFF FOURTH SEASON OF NEBRASKA WESLEYAN, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

 RESOURCE OFFICERS TO REMAIN IN MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOLS

 TWO LINCOLN PROJECTS RECEIVE HIGHWAY SAFETY FUNDS

 MAYOR AND SUPERINTENDENT PROMOTE SCHOOL SAFETY

 PUBLIC INVITED TO OPEN HOUSE ON NEW MOPAC TRAIL BRIDGE OVER NORTH 27TH

 MAYOR PRESENTS AWARD OF EXCELLENCE FOR JULY

 CITY EARNS GOLD MEDAL FROM COMPUTERWORLD

 TRAFFIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS REDUCE CRASHES IN CITY

 PUBLIC INVITED TO 40TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF
     MAYOR’S COMMITTEE FOR INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP

 MAYOR APPOINTS THREE TO PLANNING COMMISSION

 PUBLIC INVITED TO BADGE CEREMONY

July

 UPGRADING OF PETER PAN SKATE PARK UNDER WAY

 MAYOR NAMES FINALISTS FOR FIRE CHIEF

 MAYOR THANKS BLOOD DONORS FOR RESPONSE TO EMERGENCY

 2015 VISION RAISES $25 MILLION IN PRIVATE FUNDS FOR LINCOLN PROJECTS

 MAYOR CALLS FOR CONTINUED VOLUNTARY WATER CONSERVATION

 MAYOR JOINS HARRY POTTER MANIA

 KINDERGARTEN KICKOFF CELEBRATES BEGINNING OF EDUCATIONAL CAREERS

 MAYOR PRESENTS JUNE AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

 COLLEGE VIEW RESIDENTS INVITED TO TRANSPORTATION DESIGN WORKSHOP

 MAYOR BEUTLER MAKES BUDGET CUTS TO HOLD CITY PROPERTY TAX STEADY

 NEBRASKA SELECTED TO HOST THE 2010 SPECIAL OLYMPICS U.S. NATIONAL SUMMER GAMES

 FLAGS TO BE FLOWN AT HALF STAFF IN HONOR OF CPL. WORKMAN

 MAYOR PROPOSES CREATION OF CITY AUDIT BOARD

June

 SENATE COMMITTEE APPROVES WASTEWATER FUNDS FOR LINCOLN

 DOWNTOWN LINCOLN ASSOCIATION RELEASES RETAIL RETENTION AND RECRUITMENT STRATEGY

 MAYOR BEUTLER WELCOMES TROOPS HOME

 CITY HONORED FOR INJURY PREVENTION AND SAFETY PERFORMANCE

 PUBLIC INVITED TO TOUR ANTELOPE VALLEY PROJECT AREA

 CITY, DLA AND UNL WORKING TO CONTROL ROSE DISEASE

 MAYOR BEUTLER PROPOSES NEGOTIATION WITH TIME WARNER

 "UNCLE SAM JAM 2007" TO FEATURE LIVE SYMPHONY CONCERT, RADIO BROADCAST ON JULY 4

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

 MAYOR PRESENTS AWARD OF EXCELLENCE FOR MAY

 COLLEGE VIEW NEIGHBORHOOD TO FOCUS ON IMPROVING TRANSPORTATION

 INTERSECTION OF 9TH AND SOUTH TO REOPEN TODAY

 OPENING OF EDEN POOL TO BE DELAYED

 STUDY SHOWS ARTS HAVE $36 MILLION ANNUAL IMPACT ON CITY

 PUBLIC INVITED TO CELEBRATE PEACH PARK EXPANSION

May

 MAYOR TO PRESENT AWARDS FOR "CLEAN YOUR FILES WEEK"

 LOCAL 911 DISPATCHERS CAN NOW LOCATE CALLS FROM WIRELESS PHONES

 MAYOR BEUTLER ESTABLISHES COUNCIL TO MOVE CITY ECONOMY FORWARD

 RESERVATIONS DUE MAY 23 FOR MAYOR’S ARTS AWARDS

 MAYOR BEUTLER ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENTS

 MAYOR CALLS FOR VOLUNTARY WATER CONSERVATION

 MAYOR SENG AND FORCE DEDICATE WATERWISE GARDEN

 MAYOR ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF ANNUAL WATER CONSERVATION ART CONTEST

 MAYOR PRESENTS AWARD OF EXCELLENCE FOR APRIL

 GRANTS AWARDED TO TWO WETLAND PROJECTS

 CITY OF LINCOLN HONORED WITH PEAK PERFORMANCE SAFETY AWARD

 WINNERS ANNOUNCED IN FIRST CITY EMPLOYEE ART CONTEST

April

 MAYOR UNVEILS "WATER PLAYGROUND" FOR TRAGO PARK

 CITY AND LES PARTNER ON "RIGHT TREE - RIGHT PLACE"

 PUBLIC INVITED TO COMMENT ON USE OF FEDERAL FUNDS

 MAYOR ANNOUNCES DEVELOPER FOR DOWNTOWN PROJECT

 MAYOR PROMOTES INFANT IMMUNIZATION

 MAYOR’S ARTS AWARDS WINNERS ANNOUNCED

 BUSINESS EXPANSION WILL KEEP JOBS IN LINCOLN

 MAYOR PRESENTS MARCH AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

 CANDIDATE DEBATE SET FOR APRIL 10

 LINCOLN AWARDED $1.5 MILLION IN HOMELESS GRANTS

 CITY CONDUCTS STREET LIGHT TEST FOR POSSIBLE MONEY AND ENERGY SAVINGS

March

 MAYOR’S YOUTH GROUP TO HOST MAYORAL DEBATE

 CABLE ADVISORY BOARD SETS PUBLIC HEARING FOR MARCH 27

 MAYOR PRESENTS 2006 AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

 CABLE ADVISORY BOARD TO DISCUSS REVIEW OF TIME WARNER

 MAYOR TO ATTEND YOUTH PROGRAM GRADUATION

 HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION OFFERS FREE SERIES IN APRIL

 MAYOR PRESENTS FEBRUARY AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

 CANDIDATE DEBATES SET FOR MARCH 14, APRIL 10

 MAYOR ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR UNCLE SAM JAM 2007 AT OAK LAKE PARK

 PUBLIC INVITED TO GROUNDBREAKING FOR MOPAC WEST TRAIL

 HY-VEE PURCHASE AT 50TH AND “O” STREETS COMPLETED

February

 WEATHER CONDITIONS HAVE CAUSED LARGE INCREASE IN WATER MAIN BREAKS

 RESIDENTS ASKED TO REPORT POTHOLES

 REPORT SHOWS JUMP IN DISCRIMINATION COMPLAINTS

 MAYOR PRESENTS JANUARY AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

 CITY WON’T APPEAL PERSONNEL BOARD DECISION

 NEW PROJECTS ANNOUNCED FOR “LINCOLN CARES”

 LINCOLN CELEBRATION MOVES TO SOUTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL

January

 MAYOR SUSPENDS PROCESS TO SELECT NEW FIRE CHIEF

 MAYOR SENG PROMOTES FREE TAX ASSISTANCE

 MAYOR’S COMMITTEE FOR INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP TO HOST
    GENERAL SECRETARY OF UK’S LABOUR PARTY

 CRIME IN LINCOLN DROPS FOR FIFTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR

 CITY RECEIVES GRANTS FOR STREET TREES

 NOMINATIONS NOW ACCEPTED FOR ARTS AWARDS

 CITY SEEKS PROPOSALS FOR DOWNTOWN PROJECT

 MAYOR PRESENTS DECEMBER AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

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