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Council approves $2.7M fire station

The public safety center on Beck Lane is expected to improve response times

The Lebanon City Council Monday night approved a bid for construction of a fire station in the southwest area of the city. The city received four bids for construction and approved Bales Construction Company with a total contract amount of $2,756,443. City Administrator Michael Schumacher said the city reduced costs by moving some work in-house, including asphalt and landscaping. The public safety center will consist of a fire station and fire department main offices. Also included will be an apparatus bay with space for three fire engines. For more on this story see Wednesday's LCR.


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