Lebanon might double city’s footprint

The Lebanon City Council is considering a plan to annex land surrounding I-65 south of the current city limits that would roughly double the city’s acreage, according to The Lebanon Reporter.

The area under consideration would be a mile-wide swath, straddling the interstate and stretching south from the city almost to State Road 267.

A consultant is preparing a study for the council to analyze the cost to provide services and the potential growth in the zone. There is no firm date for a final decision.

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