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The Lebanon City Council originally was scheduled to hear a report Monday evening from O’Brien and Gere Engineers with recommendations on how to minimize flooding from storm water.
Instead, Mayor Gary Crenshaw reported that he spoke with the firm earlier that day, and they told him they would need one more week to finish their final report.
The city hired O’Brien and Gere in November at a cost of $118,797 to complete a survey of downtown Lebanon, to identify trouble spots during the flooding and to propose recommendations to alleviate future flooding problems.
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