From IDOT: Springfield - The Illinois Department of Transportation announces the upcoming project for the complete reconstruction of the bridge carrying business loop 55 over Salt Creek at the south edge of Lincoln, IL. The work in this project consists of removing the existing bridge and building a new bridge under a road closure. The business loop will close on March 1, 2014 and is scheduled to reopen on November 15, 2014. Marked detour routes will be utilized with this project. In addition to the bridge replacement this project will consist of reconstruction of the approaches to the bridge, hot mix asphalt paving, drainage improvements and the construction of a parking lot and drainage pond for the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
The project is scheduled to be completed November 15, 2014.
The contractor on this $12,021,757.81 project is Halverson Construction Company of Springfield, IL.
Motorist are urged to slow down and be cautious while driving through all work zones.
The Lincoln Police Department will be testing for a lateral hiring list. Applications are due by March 14, 2014. Applications can be obtained at the Lincoln Police Department, 911 Pekin St, Lincoln, IL, or online below.
The City of Lincoln is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Today Chief Ken Greenslate and the Lincoln Police Department announce the launch of a new sex offender registration and public notification website called OffenderWatch®. Detective Sergeant Paul Adams initiated, implemented, and will administrate this new service which will enable the citizens of Lincoln to access this website. Lincoln will now be part of a nationwide network of over 5,000 law enforcement agencies which includes over half of Illinois’ law enforcement agencies. The new service is a citizen-friendly, easy to use website that enables citizens to search for potentially dangerous sex offenders and predators which may be in close proximity to their homes, places of work, schools, churches and day care centers.
The Lincoln Police Department now utilizes Appriss for collecting traffic crash information and submitting to the State of Illinois. Appriss provides BuyCrash.com for those involved with the crash to receive copies of reports.
To request information from the Lincoln Police Department please fill out and sign the Freedom of Informaiton Act form below and send to the Lincoln Police Department at 911 Pekin St, Lincoln, IL, 62656, or fax to 217-732-4589.
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