Monday, May 19, 2014

News preview for May 15th, 2014


Lennox High School Class of 2014
Sixty-nine graduates received their diplomas at Lennox High School’s 2014 Commencement exercises held on Saturday. Read full story here.


Phillip Fett sworn in as new council member
Lennox City Council met on Monday night at 7 p.m.  The meeting began with approval of minutes, claims and payroll report.
Engineer Eric Willadsen, speaking on behalf of Rowan and Carol Doorn, gave an update on Lenkota Acres, stating that Lincoln County had given approval of the rezoning of the property to rural residential. He explained that the Doorns had scaled down the project. They asked the council to consider the plans as a rural subdivision. Read full story here.


School Board approves bid for the Chancellor School Property 
The Lennox School District Board of Education held their regular monthly meeting Monday, May 12th. The board made a couple of changes to the agenda, moving “math adoption” from action to discussion and removing the executive session. After the new agenda was approved, the minutes of the previous meeting were approved, and the financial reports and claims were approved as presented. Read full story here.


Worthing decides to allow chickens, rabbits in city limits 
The Worthing City Commission approved the second reading of the chicken ordinance at their May 7 meeting. Read full story here.

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