Are we talking Lincolnshire or Massachusetts?
Lincoln, located in the southeastern part of the State of Nebraska, is the capital and the second-most populous city of Nebraska Lincoln is also the county seat of Lancaster County and makes up part of the Lincoln metropolitan (statistical) area. Lincoln's population in 2013 was estimated at 268,738.
Lincoln was founded as the village of Lancaster on the salt flats of what was to become Lancaster County. A short time later, Lancaster was renamed Lincoln and became Nebraska's capital. Sometimes referred to as the "Star City", many of Lincoln's primary employers fall within the services industries. The city is the home of the University of Nebraska, has an unemployment rate of 2.4% (December 2014, preliminary) and has the second tallest capitol building in the United States.
Cool! Perhaps you know a good place or two to meet. Whatever works for
you and Jes and anyone else who wants to be part of the party works for us.
How is it, Walter, your list does not include . . .
County officials selected a site on Salt Creek for the seat of county government and gave the town, and eventually the county, the name Lancaster, likely after the county of the same name in Pennsylvania.