Board of Selectmen: Monday, March. 10. 2014, 5:30pm. agenda
Planning Board: Wed., March 12, 2014, 6:00pm.
Zoning Board: Wednesday, March 19, 2014, 6:00pm.
Annual Town Meeting, March 11, 2014, 7:30pm
Notice to Lincoln Residents
You are hereby notified to meet at the Lin-Wood Public School, in said Lincoln on Tuesday, the Eleventh (11th) day of March, next at 8:00 am until 7:00 pm for the casting of ballots: and at 7:30 pm on the same day to act upon said Warrant Articles.
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REQUEST FOR BIDS
The Town of Lincoln is seeking bids for the remodeling of the Father Roger Bilodeau Community Center Kitchen. Details are available by contacting the Community Center at (603) 745-8958. Bids will be accepted at 194 Pollard Road or by mail to the Town of Lincoln, PO Box 39, Lincoln, NH 03251 until 2:00 pm on March 13, 2014.
Remove all existing counter tops
Remove all existing base cabinets, steam table, and back corner storage table.
Install new base cabinets, and new surface tops
Remove existing dishwasher
Remove existing grease trap
Remove section of cement in order to remove existing sewer line to greas trap, install above floor grease trap, replace existing sewer line, refill removed section with cement
Install air gap in existing three bay sink
Removal of construction debris from jobsite
The Town Hall is seeking informal bids for gardening care and upkeep at the Memorial Park and Town Hall. Bids may be submitted to email@example.com. Read More
Lincoln's 250th Anniversary Quilting Project
We are looking for townspeople who are willing to design and make a quilt square of 12 inches, with the theme of the town's growth over the past two and a half centuries. this should be from it's beginning in 1764 to present day. Any type of activity; businiess, churches, schools, government, industries, and nature. These squares will be sewn together chronologically into a queen size quilt to be donated to the Town's Historical Society and displayed in the town. Each square should be signed and dated by the designer. For anyone who needs help to decide what to use for their square, do not hesitate to ask your parents, grandparents, or members of the town as well as going to the Library, or museum in the town. If you need help with the quilting area, you may let the librarian know and she will contact someone who can help you with that. Contact: Carol Riley, Lincoln Public Library
(603) 745-8159 email: firstname.lastname@example.org