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2005 Past Media Events - Photo Gallery Index

Page 1
Mayor Seng Announces Result of Fire Truck Rebid
New Projects Announced for "Lincoln Cares"

Page 2
Spay/Neuter Month
Tax Preparation Assistance Available
National Wear Red Day for Women
Lincoln Awarded $2 Million in Homeless Grant

Page 3
Mayor Hosts Town Hall

Page 4
Lincoln Is First City In Nation To Convert Buses To Ethanol Fuel Blend
Plan Released For Stevens Creek Watershed
Mayor Seng Outlines Benefits of Hotel Project
Ted Kooser, U.S. Poet Laureate

Page 5
March Fund-Raiser For Alex Ford
Lights On

Page 6
Residential Street Rehabilitation
Lincoln-Lancaster Health Department Ground-Breaking

Page 7
Mayor Presents Awards In Public Transportation Coloring Contest
Musician Receives Key To City

Page 8
Earth Day 2005

Page 9
Repaired Cupid Fountain Unveiled In Antelope Park
Cooper YMCA Groundbreaking

Page 10
Grassland Purchase By Foundation Enhances Pioneers Park
Mayor To Present Awards For "Clean Your Files Week"
Tennis Center Groundbreaking

Page 11
Teen Center Now Open At Park Middle School
Ribbon-cutting for Havelock Improvements

Page 12
Mayor To Unveil New Sculptures At Sunken Gardens

Page 13
Fund Raising Launched For Trail Bridge Over North 27th
Coordinated Transportation Project Launched

Page 14
"No Place For Hate" Ralley

Page 15
National Night Out
Cornhusker Marriott
Arbor Day

Page 16
Vine Street Now Open

Page 17
Mayor Kicks Off "Stories of Home" Public Art Project

Page 18
McAdams Park
West Lincoln Park

Page 19
Patriot Day

Page 20
Mayor Welcomes Tajikistan Ambassador
United Nations Day
One-Year Construction Schedule Chosen For Harris Overpass Project

Page 21
Lights On After School
Countdown Crosswalk Signals Installed
Mayor Reopens Holmes Lake Following $5.6 Million Renovation

Page 22
48th and "O" Redevelopment
Mayor Announces Plans for East "O" Project
Mayor Seng Says Sale Of City Building Will Expand Tax Base And Stimulate Private Investment

Page 23
Highway 2 Trail To Be Renamed For Helen Boosalis

Page 24
84th Street Is Open

Page 25
Mayor Dedicates New Mahoney Park Playground Area
Seng Accepts EPA Grant To Help With 48th And "O" Redevelopment
Pedestrian Bridge Named In Honor Of Bereuter

Page 26
Construction Begins On First Stevens Creek Trunk Sewer Project

Page 27
Senator Nelson Tours Antelope Valley
Mayor Seng Participates In Blood Drive

Page 28
Mayor Seng Invites Former Mayors To Ride In Parade
Mayor's Christmas Tree on Display

Page 29
Holiday Greetings From Mayor Seng
Mayor Presents Gift

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