Lebanon Reporter

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April 23, 2014

City hears negative input on proposed land use plan

The Lebanon Plan Commission presented a plan that includes possible future use of land at the intersection of Interstate 65 and Indiana 39 at its Monday night meeting, and city and county residents showed up with harsh words in opposition of the proposed map.

The Interchange Land Use Plan covers about 2,500 acres of land, about 1,500 of those acres in Lebanon’s city limits. The remaining acreage is in Center Township.

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

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