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City of Lebanon survey seeks community input

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The City of Lebanon recently launched the online phase of a community wide survey aimed at helping local officials identify and define a cohesive plan for the city and its future growth.

"Capturing the opinions of our citizens is highly valuable to our city," Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead said. "... The data collected in the survey will help align the mission and vision of the City of Lebanon with the recruitment efforts of new business, site development, allocation of funds for future growth and overall strategic planning for the direction of tomorrow and the years to come."

The surveys will be returned to the city's planning department, and the results will provide data-driven analysis of the general opinions of the city's residents, according to city officials.

"The results of this survey will be a key source of public input as the mayor, city council and the planning commission consider planning for future growth and development," Lebanon Planning Director Paul Corder said.

The survey can be found by following the link on the city's website at Surveys will be accepted until Tuesday, Nov. 1. A paper version can be obtained at the Lebanon Planning Office, located at 200 North Castle Heights Avenue on the third floor.

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