The city of Lebanon plans to reserve $1 million in the next two years for city park renovations and repairs after the council voted on the plans Tuesday night.
During the ”Communication from Citizens” portion of the Lebanon City Council Meeting, three different members got in front of the council to give their opinions on the West Side Park.
The Lebanon City Council will review several ordinances and discuss a proposed donation to the American Red Cross at its monthly meeting Tuesday.
The design for the future West Side Park could see some changes after the Lebanon City Council expressed a desire to lower the project’s projected overall cost during Thursday’s work session.
The Lebanon City Council approved a new city vision Tuesday that a committee will use to create a strategic growth plan for the city’s future.
The Lebanon City Council approved park renovations at Don Fox Community Park on Tuesday and started the process to repair Hobbs Field during its bi-weekly meeting.
The Lebanon City Council agreed Tuesday to donate $10,000 to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, as well as dedicate a portion of Castle Heights Avenue to famous former students.
The Lebanon City Council will look to approve funds for one park renovation and create a committee to oversee renovations for another during Tuesday’s meeting at 6 p.m. at the Town Meeting Hall.
The Lebanon Visioning Committee chairman presented a proposed Lebanon vision statement to the Lebanon City Council on Thursday during a council work session.
The Lebanon City Council agreed Tuesday to accept the recommendation from the task force created to oversee renovations at Don Fox Community Park.
The Lebanon City Council approved changes to its charter Tuesday, which included term limits for future city councilors.
In a work session Thursday, members of the Lebanon City Council discussed a resolution to approve amendments to the city charter regarding term limits that was passed through state legislation.
The Lebanon City Council approved a pair of rezoning requests Tuesday night, as well as started the process for bringing an additional traffic light to Leeville Pike.
After discussing the issue in a meeting Thursday, Lebanon city officials said they do not currently have plans to change the regulations on selling and shooting fireworks in the city.
The Lebanon City Council discussed the need of a sewer overflow collection basin in the area of TRW Automotive during a work session Thursday.