Political roundup: Kate Taylor looks at the political headlines of the week, both local and national.
Friday, January 30
Thursday, January 29
LEP funding: An additional £14.8 million has been secured by the Greater Lincolnshire LEP to fund projects in the county.
Wednesday, January 28
Council houses: The City of Lincoln Council has made an application for five new council houses in the Birchwood area of the city.
Pothole payouts: Lincolnshire County Council received the 12th highest number of pothole damage compensation claims in the country, totalling over £94k in payouts.
Tuesday, January 27
Libraries saga: Campaigners protested against cuts to libraries services ahead of a council scrutiny meeting which moved the plans forward.
New model of local government: John Marriott looks at how local government can be reshaped in Lincolnshire and the benefits it would bring.
Wednesday, January 21
Extra cash: Lincolnshire Police are hoping for extra funding after the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable met with the Policing Minister.
Tuesday, January 20
Bids pulled: A Lincolnshire community group which had previously bid to run its local library has dropped the plans.
Limited free parking: The City of Lincoln Council is supporting proposal to restrict free parking around the West Common and Grandstand.
Monday, January 19
Improving transport: The City of Lincoln Council has committed £1.3m to develop the plans for a £25m Transport Hub Project.