Lebanon Reporter

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November 22, 2013

Lebanon schools sustain minor storm damage

The Lebanon Community School Corporation sustained some damage in Sunday’s severe weather, but it is very minimal in the grand scheme of things, said Bob Ross, LCSC executive director of resources and operations. Some roofing and other materials were torn off the grounds building that is currently under construction near Lebanon Middle School, he said. Corporation-wide, damage will probably total around $5,000. They won’t be turning it in to their insurance company because the deductible is $5,000, and they don’t want to risk rates going up. For more of the story, see Friday's Lebanon Reporter.

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