By Tim Kowols
The town of Lincoln could begin work on its new hall by next spring if things continue to progress. Town officials announced it would look into building a new facility at its 2017 annual meeting after it was brought up by a resident the previous year. The current building has not only run its course, but it is also not ADA compliant and does not have running water. After securing a two-acre site near its current town hall for about $30,000 from a resident, town chairperson Cory Cochart says planning is underway.
The new town hall and an update on the town’s relationship with Stonehouse Water Technologies and its whole-house water systems are among the agenda topics slated for Monday’s meeting beginning at 7 p.m.