Lebanon Reporter

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December 17, 2013

Potential new business would need county's largest building

What would be the largest buildings in Boone County could be constructed for an as-yet unidentified company considering a site in the Lebanon Business Park.

“This is a little bit different from some projects,” Blaine Paul, development services manager for LBP developer Duke Realty, told the Boone County Drainage Board Monday. “Essentially, I’m not here for anything final, but to share some ideas.”

Traditionally, Duke has not identified prospective tenants.

For more of the story, see Tuesday's Lebanon Reporter.

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