Lebanon’s residents and businesses have an overall positive perception of the city, but are concerned about traffic congestion, according to the results of a recently conducted survey.
Robert Heacock of ETC Institute, which surveyed residents for the city, reported on the findings at Thursday night’s Lebanon City Council work session meeting. He said the survey results were mostly positive.
“Lebanon is setting the standard for overall quality of city services, value for city tax and fees and customer service,” Heacock said in his report summary.
He said satisfaction with the overall quality of city services is 12 percent above the national average.
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