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2019 Dog Licensing has Begun

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  • Monday, October 15th, 2018

We are now licensing dogs for 2019!  It costs $6.00 to license a spayed/neutered dog, with the proof from the vet and $11.00 for an un-altered dog. As an incentive for licensing on-time, we are raffling off a basket of goodies generously donated by Possibilities, Furever Friends Doggie Day Care, and Town Clerk Staff.  Please […]

Lincoln’s Haunted Trail Walk October 20th and 27th

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  • Friday, October 5th, 2018

Prepare to be Scared! This year Lincoln’s Haunted Trail Walk is going to be the scariest yet. Lincoln’s very own Master of Horror, the Mayor of Scare, the Spookmaster himself, Town Councilor Steve Clay will be haunting the trail this year with his scariest surprises, which are guaranteed to leave you beyond frightened and sleeping […]

Broadband Internet Survey for Businesses and Residents of Lincoln

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  • Wednesday, September 19th, 2018

As you may be aware, the Town of Lincoln is working with Eastern Maine Development Corp. and Axiom on a Community Broadband Planning Grant, funded through the ConnectME Authority.  The purpose of our work is to develop an implementation roadmap to more robust Internet connectivity for the town.  Understanding the needs of business is critical […]

New Job Opportunity- F/T Firefighter Engineer

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  • Monday, September 17th, 2018

The Town of Lincoln is accepting resumes and applications for the position of Full-time Firefighter/Engineer.                NATURE OF WORK:  This full-time position is responsible for general firefighting work, with an emphasis on the operation and maintenance of fire apparatus and equipment.  This work, as well as the maintenance of quarters (Fire Department areas) is performed under […]

Town of Lincoln ATV Ordinance- Taylor Street Access- One-year trial period

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  • Monday, September 10th, 2018

Last month the Council passed an ATV ordinance that includes an access route to Veteran’s Memorial Square Parking lot on Main Street.  A Facebook post dated September 8th from Penobscot Off Road Riders ATV Club stated the following: “The trail to Taylor St in Lincoln has been cut and will be signed Sunday morning. The […]

Visit The Lincoln Walking Trail

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  • Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017

Have you visited the Lincoln Walking Trail yet? The walking trail has something for everyone. It is 2.2 miles long, handicap accessible and it has no steep inclines. There are 8 fitness stations located throughout the trail. There is also a picnic area near a beautiful rock wall. You never know what kind of wildlife […]