The results of a study of the water system for the City of Lebanon was shared with City Council on Thursday night.  Supervisor Eric Mork said the study was implemented to see how the city is doing on the water system and to make recommendations on steps the city needs to take to make it better.  On any given day, the city has about 3 million gallons of water in storage in 7 wells in Lebanon. Mork said the study projected the capacity needed in the future…

The study also showed peak times of water usage in Lebanon….

The city has about 135 miles of water pipe in the ground. While industrial and commercial use a little over half of the water, Mork said several businesses have been looking at their processes to conserve water. There was a list of Capital improvements identified in the study, but the city has already completed  50 percent of the improvements in the top 20.  In other business, the official release date for the new city utility dashboard was announced to be Monday.