Lost black & grey blue tick hound dog. He does not have his collar on, but is very gentle and friendly. His home is on Owl Lane and was last seen on Cty Road C. You may call his owner at 920-677-2844.
The Kewaunee County Land and Water Conservation Department is continuing a comprehensive study on groundwater quality in Kewaunee County, funded through a Wisconsin Coastal Management Grant and a donation by Peninsula Pride Farms.
Free Well Testing Kit! First come, first serve.
Only 300 spots available: deadline: June 27th
To register: please call Davina Bonness, County Conservationist at 920-845-9743 or email mailto: [email protected]. You will receive a copy of your results after the water testing is complete. All results will be confidential and only be presented in a way that does not identify individual homes.
- Bottle pick up will be June 30th or July 1st at the LWCD office (625 Third Street – Luxemburg – on the Luxemburg Fairgrounds)
- Volunteers will instruct you on how to sample your well
- Testing will be done on Tuesday, July 5th
- Kewaunee County Private Wells only
This office will also be offering another free well testing in October 2022.
Lincoln residents will need to take into account this change of Plan Commission meetings to now be held on the 4th Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm starting in June, 2022 when submitting requests for permits, rezoning, development agreements, etc.; please have your paperwork submitted for rezoning at least 25 days before the next PC meeting and for development agreements/ conditional use permits, please have your paperwork submitted at least five weeks before the next PC meeting. If there are no requests made from the public and no important task at hand for the PC, no meeting will be held.
Due to 4th of July, Going Garbage will be collecting garbage & recycling in the Town of Lincoln on Friday, July 8, 2022 instead of the normal Thursday pickup. Going Garbage will be doing an email and phone contact regarding this to all the residents who provided their contact information to them.
Residents and non-residents may rent the Lincoln Town Hall and may contact the Town Clerk at 920.366.3640. Our rental agreement listed under SERVICES TAB is available to be printed and has all pertinent information.
Our garbage and recycling pickup provider, Going Garbage, wanted to bring to your attention a slight increase in your monthly rate per residence from $15.85 to $16.23, as outlined in their agreement with the Town of Lincoln and reflected on the latest invoice received by the township. This increase is 2.4%, which reflects the annual rate for the last two years. Last year there was no increase in the rate, which saved the Town residents 1.5% on curbside pickup services. Based on current trends, rising costs may have an impact on the price next year if the trend continues.
Since July 4th lands on a Sunday this year, Town of Lincoln garbage and recycling will be collected on the normal, scheduled route day. Please make sure to have your carts out by 6:00 AM with all items in the carts and the tops closed. If you have any questions regarding garbage and recycling collection, please contact Going Garbage at 920-854-2114.
These locks were originally installed at new Town Hall on Maple Road in Lincoln, but replaced with panic bars shortly after taking ownership of building. Combination deadbolt is priced at $80. Deadbolts are priced at $20 each. Contact Clerk Mary Ann Salmon by email: ma.salmon1[email protected] or by phone: 920.366.3640.
169 ballots cast
State Superintendent: Underly 98, Kerr 63
Court of Appeals Judge District 3: Cveykus 60, Gill 85
Town Chairman: Jesse Jerabek 136 , Write-ins: 3 (scattering)
Town Supervisor #1: Jordan Nowak 127, Write-ins: 13 (Cory Cochart 9 + scattering)
Town Supervisor #2: Brent Eisenman 133, Write-ins: 10 (Cory Cochart 8 + scattering)
Town Clerk: Mary Ann Salmon 153
Town Treasurer: Tim Strnad 156
Town Assessor: Joe Jerabek 154
Constable: No registered candidate: Write-ins: 9 (Dick Bultman 3 + scattering)
Algoma School District School Board Member – City (2 seats): Emert 36, Qualman 44
Algoma School District School Board Member – Unincorporated (1 seat): Schmitz 59
Luxemburg – Casco School District School Board (2 seats): Spude 80, Delain 66