Lebanon Reporter

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November 20, 2013

Electrochemical site disposal could wipe out $200,000-plus tax bill

More than $200,000 in past-due property taxes that are unlikely to ever be paid, would be wiped off Boone County’s ledger if a farm implement dealership wins approval of an expansion plan. Reynolds Farm Equipment, 1501 Indianapolis Avenue, Lebanon, wants to buy the long-shuttered Electrochemical Coatings, Inc., production building, immediately north of the implement dealership, raze the building, and use the site for equipment display. For more of the story, see Wednesday's Lebanon Reporter.

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