Lebanon Reporter

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December 28, 2013

Elevator for new annex may be too costly

Renovations of the former Elks Lodge building at 220 W. Washington St., Lebanon, are being modified because of unexpected costs.

An elevator was one option proposed by Forrest B. Ewen, a senior project manager for DLZ, the architect/engineering firm chosen by the Boone County Commissioners to oversee the renovation. Because an elevator and stairway tower would have to be built, however, that option could add between $200,000 and $250,000 to the renovation cost, Ewen told the commissioners in April.

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

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