Lebanon tackles flooding problems
Lebanon has scheduled three public meetings this month to help determine the most efficient ways $600,000 can be spent to address flooding problems.
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#1 Jan 10, 2013
Alex Buhler has tried to get someone to fix these problem for the last four years, and no one did anything until Billy Weeks was running on flooding as a campaign issue, funny how things work
#2 Jan 10, 2013
Shady, you are correct. The people in ward one are really going to miss Mr. Buhler. He watched out for the little guy. I sure wished he would have ran for re-election.
#3 Jan 10, 2013
Have not any of you citizens figured out yet unless you are in the in crowd then you will not get anything you have to go along with the west side of Lebanon or your against progress but hey when we had certain council persons doing this no one really cared they were against progress well I hope you all get your progress you voted in more taxes more taxes and no jobs but rich getting richer enough of my rant now good evening fine citizens of Lebanon.
#4 Jan 11, 2013
You are really going to miss the 3 former council members now. They asked questions and kept the mayor in check. Now we have at least 4 rubber stamps for the mayor and his cronies, just watch and see which four side with the mayor, and all his taxes and fees you are about to get hit with.
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