Lebanon Reporter

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May 15, 2014

Council considers abatement for Memory Hall

A non-traditional tax abatement request for new Memory Hall apartments was taken under advisement by the Lebanon City Council at Monday's meeting.

The 10-year abatement request, presented by Joe Blake of Ironman Properties, could not be voted on by the council Monday because the Lebanon Economic Development Commission must first state the area is eligible for an abatement, said City Attorney Bob Clutter. Once the EDC takes that step, the council can then vote on the abatement.

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

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