Library future?: Libraries could be put out to tender if Cllr Nick Worth accepts an expression of interest in the service.
Wednesday, November 19
Tuesday, November 18
Man fined: Ignas Baldauskas, who lived in Scorer Street in Lincoln, was fined £300 for bin offences in court.
Monday, November 17
Stand on fly-tipping: North Kesteven District Council has recorded a successful year for fly-tipping prosecutions and only a 5% increase in incidents – a quarter of the national average.
Top apprenticeship employer: The council, which was selected by a panel of judges from the employment and skills arena, currently employs 700 members of staff – of which 66 are apprentices.
Thursday, November 13
HMO scrutiny: A committee invited residents to have their say on how the council handle houses in multiple occupation in Lincoln.
Large solar farms refused: West Lindsey District Council has rejected two applications for ‘green wedge’ solar farms near Burton after a group of village residents opposed the proposals.
Wednesday, November 12
Dualling discussion: Karl McCartney spoke with George Osbourne in order to put forward a funding case for the Eastern Bypass.
Reducing benefits: Some 35 households in Lincoln have had their benefits limited since the introduction of a cap on April 15, 2013.
Tuesday, November 11
Successful attacks: A Royal Air Force Reaper ‘drone’, piloted by the 13 Reaper Squadron at RAF Waddington near Lincoln, has conducted its first air strike in the fight against ISIL.
Monday, November 10
Saxilby Village Action Group: Residents of the Lincoln village of Saxilby have formed an action group in opposition to local councils’ 20-year plan for growth.