Not sure what all this is about? Click HERE to get up to speed.
If you have not as yet signed the referendum petition, would like to, and have not been able to find a circulator, you may want to put in a request to have someone bring you a petition TODAY.
While the deadline is Monday at 5pm, the scarcity of notaries on weekends and holidays means that most circulators will likely have returned their forms by NOON on Monday.
Linda and I will be turning in our forms in this afternoon. IF any of the volunteer circulators who contacted us plan on waiting until Monday morning to turn in their forms (or if they can somehow get their forms notarized later, Monday afternoon), and are available to take petitions to anyone, we will leave the request form available. But please do not count on this.
Click HERE to request that someone bring you a petition to sign.
Since we’re on the subject of the “Fairness” ordinance generally, I wanted to take the opportunity to call for a toast to three Lincolnites who wrote Letters to the Editor since the Council’s May 14 vote. Each of the letters covered a different aspect of the problems with the ordinance and the process by which it was passed – one of them we’ve not raised here before (the third of the three).
I recommend giving each of these letters a full read – all are written and none of them are long. Click the images to read each on the LJS website.
“Tyranny by ordinance”
“Anger at council members”