The Lincoln Town Office will be closed for the week of April 25-29, while we move to temporary quarters at the Lincoln Library, (222 West River Road). We are relocating during the construction of our new building, which should be completed by October. Our goal is to be open for business on Monday, May 2 at the Library location, where our phone, fax, and mailing address will all remain the same. Clerk hours will be the same, but records may take extra time to retrieve, so plan ahead. Other town officials may change their office hours as we adjust to a smaller space. Meeting locations will change, so pay attention to agendas. Questions call Town Clerk, Sally Ober, at 453-2980.
Known primarily for its beautiful natural surroundings, Lincoln is situated at the foot of Mount Abraham and the village center rests on the banks of the New Haven River. Surrounded by forests and farms, the town values its scenic beauty and rural character. Lincoln is about a half-hour drive from major ski areas Mad River Glen and Sugarbush.
Town News and upcoming events
On the local ballot, there was one contested race and one question. For Second Constable, incumbent Mark Truax (295 votes) prevailed over challenger Matthew Collins (203 votes). All other local races were uncontested, and there were no serious write-in campaigns, so all the other candidates on the ballot were elected. The question about whether to eliminate the office of auditor passed with 221 YES and 151 NO. For Presidential Primary results, go to the VT Secretary of State Election Night Results website: https://www.sec.state.vt.us/elections.aspx