It was a full house for a portion of the Lebanon City Council meeting on Monday night. In attendance were several people who live close to Atchley Park, who were concerned about traffic through their neighborhoods with a proposed subdivision at the field of dreams. Goforth Investments owners, Jeremy and Holly Goforth gave a presentation on the proposed subdivision, Legacy Homes including a change to the entrance to the subdivision. Jeremy Goforth spoke to the audience

Holly Goforth said they want to address a housing shortage

They plan to build 20 houses a year on the 78 acres, with price points of a quarter-million to $450-thousand-dollars. Many builders are facing a challenge of supply prices and shortages, but Jeremy Goforth said the incentives to builders by the City of Lebanon have helped. He said he hopes to have the subdivision complete within 10 years.