The Lebanon City Council unanimously approved plans Tuesday for a park on the west side of the city after task force members shared their thoughts on the plans and their involvement.
Emotions flared during a Lebanon City Council work session Monday evening when members of the city’s West Side Park Task Force spoke out against the proposed park.
The West Side Park Task Force approved a conceptual plan for the future public park Thursday after it made modifications as a result of last month’s public input meeting.
Dozens of residents made their way to Lebanon Town Hall on Thursday to view and give input on preliminary plans for the west side park.
The public will gets its first chance to provide input on Lebanon’s new west side park Thursday from 6-8 p.m. at the Lebanon Town Meeting Hall.
The West Side Park Task Force took a field trip this weekend to help gain insight on the potential aspects of the future Lebanon city park.
The authors of a news book, “Postcard History Series: Tennessee State Parks,” will have a special event in March at Cedars of Lebanon State Park.
The council approved a $5 million loan agreement for the park last year after Council Rick Bell and his family donated 15 acres for the park in the Hamilton Springs development.
HERMITAGE – The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation recognized Long Hunter State Park for excellence in innovation for the park staff’s demonstrated ability to improve the park through new ideas.
Updated Feb 14, 2017 at 6:00 PM
City officials announced members of the Don Fox and west side park committees Tuesday during the Lebanon City Council’s regular meeting.
The family of Ashlee Hibdon will hold a candlelight vigil in remembrance of Hibdon’s life Friday at 6 p.m. at Don Fox Park.
They mulled over west side park, Don Fox updates, potential industrial park at Thursday work session
The Lebanon City Council approved future renovations, additions and upgrades to the Don Fox Community Park on Tuesday during its regular meeting.
City council chooses to continue with plans for Hamilton Springs park after veto from Mayor Ash
NASHVILLE – Tennessee State Parks will sponsor free, guided hikes at 55 parks beginning Dec. 31, and continuing throughout Jan. 1.