The Lebanon City Council approved the terms of a settlement agreement with former Lebanon finance commissioner Robert Springer that will allow Springer to serve the city, but not as commissioner.
Lebanon officials celebrated another railroad silent crossing Wednesday, with the hope that more will be installed throughout the city.
The Lebanon City Council work session mirrored sessions two years ago as a familiar name returned to discuss the city’s employee pay.
Lebanon City Councilor Joey Carmack provided an update to the potential reopening of the Don Fox Community Park playground Tuesday during the group’s meeting at the Town Meeting Hall.
The ongoing battle between residents and developers of a potential subdivision on Blair Lane took a time out Tuesday as developers pulled the rezoning request for the property until May.
The Lebanon recycling pilot program is at a crossroads, and city councilors appeared split on its future Thursday during a work session.
The Lebanon City Council will discuss a heavily debated rezoning request after the Lebanon Planning Commission’s
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The Lebanon City Council talked about the city’s recycling program, as well as the future land-use plan, at its work session Thursday night.
The Lebanon City Council held a brief meeting Wednesday night where it passed two ordinances and one resolution.
The Lebanon City Council approved a bid for the construction of Aviation Boulevard, which would connect South Hartmann Drive to the new Lebanon Municipal Airport terminal building.
The Lebanon City Council voted Tuesday to allow beer sales on Christmas Day, aligning with surrounding cities and restaurants.
The Lebanon City Council returned a major annexation request in Ward 4 back to the Lebanon Planning Commission during Tuesday’s meeting.
The Lebanon City Council honored a Lebanon High School football player who brought national attention to the program for his dedication to the team.
The Lebanon City Council denied plans for a Carver Lane subdivision, aligning with the decision the Lebanon Planning Commission made on the plans earlier this year.
Former Lebanon Finance Commissioner Robert Springer and Lebanon officials discussed the possibility of a settlement agreement that could allow Springer to serve the city, but not as finance commissioner.