A survey of Lebanon residents found residents satisfied with most services and that opinions of city leadership had improved since the last survey in 2018.
Robert Heacock of ETC Institute reported on the survey findings at Monday night’s Lebanon City Council meeting.
The top priorities for residents responding to the survey were maintenance of city streets, buildings and facilities, the flow of traffic and congestion management and enforcement of city codes and ordinances.
Heacock said Lebanon rated above the Missouri and Kansas average in 21 of the 46 areas that were assessed.
For more on this story see Wednesday's LCR.