By Paul Schmitt
The planning commission for the town of Lincoln met Thursday night to hold a hearing on the moratorium resolution on the construction and expansion of confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs). Town Chair Cory Cochart says the moratorium address more than just the water quality issues facing the township.
The planning commission will now turn the moratorium resolution over to the town board who will vote on it as an ordinance to give it more strength, according to Cochart. The Lincoln Town Board meeting is at 7 p.m on Monday at the town hall.