Lebanon — Residential structures that fall within the downtown Lebanon commercial historic district now also have guidelines to keep their appearances in line with the rest of the district.
Lebanon’s first commercial historic district was created by a city council vote on June 25; along with it was a set of guidelines for the commercial structures which covered such building features as roofs, awnings, signs and storefronts. The historic preservation commission approved the residential guidelines at a meeting Wednesday.
The district extends roughly north to south from Memory Hall to the Lebanon Municipal Building, and west to east from the Lebanon Post Office to Indianapolis Avenue, excluding some residential areas.
For the rest of this story see the Aug. 4 issue of The Lebanon Reporter.