Election needed: The councillor position for the North Hykeham Mill ward will need to be filled with an election after Jill Wilson stood down.
Wednesday, June 24
Friday, June 19
Date set: A hearing on whether to grant a judicial review over Lincolnshire County Council’s decision to cut the number of libraries from 45 to 15 will be heard next month.
Monday, June 15
Article 4 consultation: Lincoln councillors are set to discuss the findings of a four-week consultation into plans to control the number of Houses in Multiple Occupation in Lincoln.
Tuesday, June 9
Insufficient budget: The city council’s Executive will meet next week to decide on plans to increase the budget of a project to modernise a sheltered housing facility by more than half a million pounds.
Friday, June 5
Charity cuts: Volunteers and users of the Lincolnshire Home-start family support charity protested against the county council’s decision to cut their funding.
Misuse of funds: The chairman of Lincolnshire County Council’s Planning Committee has been found guilty of breaching the council’s code of conduct after giving public money to a group challenging council policy.
Wednesday, May 20
Initial applications: Six organisations have submitted applications to run library services in Lincolnshire.
Tuesday, May 19
New mayor: The 809th Mayor of Lincoln has been officially elected.
Saturday, May 16
#ProtestLincs: An anti cuts and pro election reform protest took place on the streets of Lincoln on Saturday, May 16.
Friday, May 15
Chairman elected: A new chairman had been elected for Lincolnshire County Council, in addition to a new executive committee.
Unitary status: Lincolnshire County Council is leading a review of proposals for a unitary council, but not all district council leaders agree.
Wednesday, May 13
Independent report: A review into the death of a Lincoln mother highlighted demand for more robust interventions when victims are unwilling to engage or accept support.
Tuesday, May 12
Boundary changes: The number of county councillors in Lincolnshire could be reduced under new proposals announced on May 12.
Step closer: Lincolnshire County Council are preparing for the second public inquiry into the £100 million Lincoln Eastern Bypass scheme.
Monday, May 11
Findings: A review into the death of a newborn baby by his teenage mother has said that nothing could have been done to prevent the tragedy.