Lebanon Reporter

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August 30, 2012

Lebanon funds land use plan

Boone County — The city of Lebanon is one step closer to funding the creation of a land use plan for the former Quality Inn property and an adjacent 600 acres along Interstate 65 at Indiana 39. The Lebanon City Council voted to approve its share of the cost — $20,000 — at Monday’s meeting.

The money will come from the city’s rainy day fund. The rest of the cost, which is not to exceed $79,000, will come equally from the Redevelopment Commission, the Storm Water Board and the Utility Service Board.

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