Lebanon Reporter

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August 23, 2012

Commissioners ready to move on office buildings

Lebanon —  The Boone County Commissioners are waiting for approval from the county council to fund appraisals of one building they want to buy and another they want to sell.

Access Valuation will charge the county $4,500 each to determine the value of an office annex at 416 W. Camp St., Lebanon, and what was Lebanon’s original Elks Lodge at 220 W. Washington St. The commissioners approved the contract Monday, subject to the council’s approval of funding.

For the rest of this story, see the Aug. 24 issue of The Lebanon Reporter.

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