As the voters approved the Capital Improvement tax and the Public Safety tax in the last election the city is now ready to go forward with it’s Public Safety Building. Lebanon City Manager, Mike Schumacker says, with the help of a consulting firm Matrix who made a study of the city, the new location for the building is perfect for the city’s needs:

Schumaker says, there is enough land for the new building even though the building hasn’t hit the drawing board yet:

Schumaker says, until they get a full scope of the design of the new Public Safety Building can he tell the total cost involved with the new facility.