Lebanon Reporter

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February 2, 2013

Parents seek stop sign near Central

Lebanon — A committee including Lebanon Police Chief Sam Myers and Street Superintendent Larry Lee has been created to look into the possibility of placing a new stop sign at Park and Williams streets.

A group of concerned parents of students from Central Elementary School spoke to the Lebanon City Council Monday. They requested a three-way stop sign to be placed at the intersection, where only one stop sign — on Williams Street — currently exists.

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