City of Lincoln
2005 Photo Gallery Page 10
Grassland Purchase By Foundation Enhances Pioneers Park|
Terry Genrich, Lincoln Parks and Rec, discusses the purchase of 230 acres west of Pioneers Park by the Parks and Rec Foundation at a news conference Thursday. The purchase will expand the park's Nature Center. At left is Lincoln Parks and Rec Director Lynn Johnson and Mayor Coleen Seng.
Nicole Fleck-Tooze, City Public Works Special Projects Administrator, discusses the partnership between the City and the Lower Platte South Natural Resources District that will be honored with the 2005 James Lee Witt Local Award for Excellence from the Association of State Floodplain Managers. At left is Glenn Johnson, Lower Platte South Natural Resources District, and Mayor Coleen J. Seng.
Mayor To Present Awards For "Clean Your Files Week"|
Mayor Coleen Seng presented recycling awards to Lincoln's top recycling offices and schools Wednesday. The awards were presented for recycling efforts in conjunction with Clean Your Files Week (April 18 through April 22). Pictured from left are Mark Hatten, Cornhusker Bank; Mayor Seng; Craig Mahel, Ameritas Life Insurance Corporation; and Susan Safarik, LPS Behavior Skills Program. Clean Your Files Week is sponsored by the U.S. Conference of Mayors and co-sponsored locally by WasteCap of Nebraska and Midland Recycling. Next year's Clean Your Files Week is scheduled for April 17 thourgh 21.
Tennis Center Groundbreaking|
Mayor Seng helped break ground June 21 for the Nebraska Tennis Center, now under construction at the Abbott Sports Complex.