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Fund-Raising for Husker Link Trail Completed
Mayor Wesely and Gale Breed thanks Union Bank for donation Mayor Wesely and Gale Breed of the Great Plains Trails Network thank Kevin Keller of Union Bank for the bank’s donation to the Husker Link Trail.
Mayor Urges Water Conservation
Mayor Wesely reminded residents that water conservation is especially important during the summer months at a news conference May 23 near 84th and Vine streets, where a major water main and street improvement project is under way. With the Mayor are Jerry Obrist, Chief Engineer of the Lincoln Water System and water conservation art contest winners Schyler Hearn of Fredstrom Elementary and Johnny Knoche of Meadow Lane Elementary.
Mayor Unveils New Antelope Park Triangle Master Plan May 20
Parks and Recreation Director Lynn Johnson and Mayor Wesely unveil a proposed new Master Plan for the Antelope Park Triangle, bordered roughly by South 27th Street, "A" Street and Capitol Parkway.
Lincoln Boosts Paper Recycling during "Clean Your Files Week"
 Mayor Don Wesely presented awards May 30 to the Gallup Organization, the University of Nebraska - Lincoln and Park Middle School for their efforts to recycle office paper during “Clean Your Files Week” April 22 through 26. Pictured are Diane Reinsch, who accepted the award for Park. Also pictured are representatives of organizations which support the effort: Carrie Hackenkamp of WasteCap, Erin Gruenhagen of the Lincoln Public Schools and Ken Cooper of Midland Recycling along with city Recycling Coordinator Gene Hanlon.
Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for Olympic Homes
Olympic Heights Neighbohood Ribbon Cutting Ceremony U.S. Representative Doug Bereuter and Mayor Wesely joined representatives from Nebraska Housing Resource (NHR), Neighborhoods Inc., the Nebraska Investment Finance Authority (NIFA) and Fannie Mae on May 18 for a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Olympic Homes, a development of 14 homes for moderate-income families.

From left are: Tim Kenny, NIFA; City Council member Ken Svoboda; Greg Schwinn and Bob Hampton, NHR; Steve Peregrine, Fannie Mae; children from new home buyer families; Mayor Wesely; Fred Hoppe, NHR; and Nancy Muehling, Habitat for Humanity.

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