Lebanon Reporter

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January 29, 2013

City offers abatements to two local companies

Lebanon — Land that has been waiting for a developer for 12 years may soon be a flurry of construction activity after the Lebanon City Council approved a tax abatement for developer Pro Logis and client Subaru America at Monday’s meeting.

Subaru’s interest in the property, off Interstate 65 behind Hattie B. Stokes Elementary, was announced for the first time Monday night.

“You’ve had this piece of ground for 12 years, and it was always set up for this type of building,” Lebanon Mayor Huck Lewis said Monday. “It’s ready to go. All the utilities are there, and everything is set.”

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