In the February City Council meeting, the Mayor announced a new committee appointment, proposed a resolution to apply for a park restoration grant, announced the disposal of various old government documents as the city prepares to move into the new municipal building, and more.
The Winter Olympics have now come to an end, and while the United States did not come out leading the pack, this Olympics has taught us an important lesson about America: When we embrace our diversity and stand together, we are an incredible force to be reconned with.
Community members decry that Lebanon City needs more opportunities for youth, specifically referring to children between the 7th – 12th grades. I have to agree; however, I think we can take clear, recognizable, and reasonable steps as a community to turn things around for Lebanon City youth.
A newly re-organized City Council, 2021 projected City budget surplus, updated timeline for new City Hall, community partner presentation, information regarding $1 million non-profit grant opportunity, and more
developing a more effective form of government. I propose we reevaluate the structure of Lebanon City’s government to determine if the current system we have is the most effective for representing and meeting the needs of all of our City’s residents and taking Lebanon City into the 21st Century.
“Mayor Strong”, “Home Charter”, “City Council”. Have you ever heard these terms but do not know what they mean? Have you ever wondered what our local government does, or how they can affect your day to day life? Well in this weeks educational article we break down the basic interworking of our local government, and explain how it can affect you.
December 9th, 4:45 PM, and December 13th, 6:30 PM, held at the Lebanon Municipal Building, Room 210. Mayor Capello announces $1 Million in grant funding opportunities for nonprofits in addition to granting options for First Time Homebuyers and Owner Occupied Homeowner Rehabilitation grants within Lebanon City. (Links below) This month’s official City Council agenda was small, with only two things to be voted on. However, several “communications” items, where the Mayor or private citizens spoke, were included in the meetings. The first official item on the agenda was a “communication” by Mayor Capello to inform the Council that she was…
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