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Apr 03

Letter to the Editor of the Lebanon Daily Record

Posted on April 3, 2014 at 9:52 AM by Mayor Anderson

I would like to share with all of you a copy of a letter I sent to the Lebanon Daily Record.

Editor
Lebanon Daily Record

In recent weeks I have made repeated public statements in support of the proposed new Middle School. Here, I’d like to do so at least one more time. Please support Lebanon, the school system, and Lebanon’s children and vote YES for the new school. Doing so will be a vote for Lebanon.

It has been a consistent theme of mine that Lebanon is worthy of its citizen’s love. That will continue. If there is a better City in south Missouri, anywhere near Lebanon’s size, where might it be? In spite of this, support for schools has been a hard sell in our town. The recent approval of Esther School passed by a very slim of margin. A proposal to move the High School to a better location crashed and burned by a 64% margin. Historically, a proposal to put the High School where Tracker Marine is now failed by a two vote margin.

Let’s stop this. Let’s start voting for Lebanon. In doing so we better our City. A resounding vote for the Middle School will send a message to businesses looking for a new home, to surrounding communities that compete with us, and to local nay-sayers that Lebanon has now rejected negativity and is fully ready to move forward.

Thank you,
Mayor Lyle Anderson
Nov 08

Memorial Day Observance

Posted on November 8, 2013 at 12:00 AM by Mayor Anderson

At 10:00 Monday morning, Veterans Day, an observance will be held at the Veteran's Memorial in front of the Civic Center. Please consider attending.  If you are a veteran, love a veteran, lost a veteran, or simply appreciate what has been done for us, please come out and help us say thanks.
Nov 05

SCRAP BOOK

Posted on November 5, 2013 at 12:00 AM by Mayor Anderson

A scrapbook of interesting Lebanon history items was recently put on the City web-site and I recommend that you take a look at it it. You may very well see your picture and if you do not you will certainly see pictures and read of friends and neighbors. You might thank Mary Jesse of Lebanon for saving this history.

To access it, click on Residents and on Bi-centewnnial scrapbook.

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