Garbage / Recycle Pick-up Week of July 5th, 2021

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.

For Sale: Three locks owned by Town of Lincoln

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: [email protected] or by phone: 920.366.3640.

Election Results in Town of Lincoln April 6, 2021

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

FOR SALE: 3.2 ACRE PARCEL ON HAWK RD currently owned by the Town of Lincoln

BIDS FOR TOWN PROPERTY… The Town is currently accepting bids on one of two pieces of land it owns on Hawk Road. While there are two parcels, only one 3.2 acre piece will be sold. The minimum bid is $6,000, with the buyer responsible for applicable legal fees and closing costs. The Town will give preference to bidders residing in the Town of Lincoln. Bids must be submitted to either the Town Clerk or Town Chairman by March 1, 2021 at 7 PM. More information is available from any Town officer.

2020 Wisconsin Election Dates

 Spring Primary – February 18, 2020

Spring Election and Presidential Preference Primary – April 7, 2020

Partisan Primary – August 11, 2020

General and Presidential Election – November 3, 2020

MyVote Wisconsin Website At you can register to vote, check your voter registration status, find your polling place, see what’s on your ballot, request an absentee ballot and check provisional ballot status.

Kewaunee County Invasive Species

Wildlife & Wetland Solutions returned to the County to treat the invasive species known as Japanese Knotweed and Phragmites. This concluded treatment for 2019. We would like to thank Kewaunee County and all the landowners who worked with us to identify invasive species on their properties. We will be updating treatment maps that show the locations to illustrate where herbicide was used on Wild Parsnip, Japanese Knotweed, and Phragmites in 2018 and 2019. It is important to note that although we cannot eradicate invasive species, we can control the spread with a collaborative approach. Long term maintenance, monitoring, and physical and chemical treatment is necessary. If you would like more information on the Kewaunee County Invasive Species Management Plan we are creating in cooperation with the county’s Land and Water Conservation Department, please contact Madison Smith or Kate Nelson at 920.448.2820. If your property was not treated, we apologize that we were unable to treat every property, but we can assist with providing resources to help landowners treat their own property and recommended techniques.