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Lebanon City Council purchases land for a new emergency sevices building

Lebanon City Council has approved the purchase of land for the location of a new emergency services building. The Public Safety Building was one of the elements in the ballot language of a sales tax recently approved by voters. According to City Administrator Mike Schumacher the location on Ivey Lane was selected following a study



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The land purchase was in the amount of $85-thousand-dollars. In other business, Lebanon City Council voted to give a raise to future Mayors and Council members. The ordinance increases the position of Mayor to $800 per month and the position of Councilmember to $400 per month. The increase won’t go into effect until July 1 2020 and July 1, 2021, when the next elections take place.   

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