Lincoln Leaders Could Move Forward with Garage Project Again 

Lincoln town councilors could decide tonight to move forward, again, with a plan to build a new public works garage. This time the project is more than a $1 million less than the first one they rejected in the fall.Councilors will vote tonight on whether to hold a public hearing on January 10th. Town manager Lisa Goodwin says if they approve the public hearing, then residents would weigh in on whether the town should hold a referendum vote on a new garage. The third redesign of the garage has a price tag of $1.15 million and is smaller than the other proposals at 8,025 square feet. Councilors voted against a $2.4 million plan and a $1.5 million plan in October when taxpayers protest the price.