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Flooding concerns shared with council

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City approves first reading of 2013 tax rate

By Stephen Lega

Downtown business and property owners filled Lebanon City Hall Monday evening to air their concerns about flood water.
Charles Mills of Chasers was the first person to address the council about recent downtown flooding.
"I'm not here to raise hell. I ain't here to complain,” Mills said. He added they were there to help the city solve the problem.
He recounted how the basement of his restaurant flooded as a result of heavy rainfall and how splashing water from passing cars created additional problems.


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