New Community Center Planned in Lincoln

Residents of Lincoln voted to approve the building of a new community center and town hall in the Kewaunee County town.  This is the third time plans for the project received elector approval, with this vote tallying 55 yeas to 10 nays.  The new buildings will allow Lincoln to broaden their partnership with the Lincoln-Casco First Responders.  Along with equipment storage, the first responders will be able to host training sessions there.  Town of Lincoln Chairman Cory Cochart is happy with the results of the vote and the impact it will have on the community.



 Cochart hopes to keep the project as local as possible since many area contractors have shown interest in the job.  If all goes to plan, the project is scheduled to break ground in late summer.

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