Benefits will not come overnight, according to local leaders
By Stephen Lega
Tuesday, February 23, 2010 at 8:00 pm
During the past month, the Marion County Fiscal Court and the Lebanon City Council took its first step into the field of lobbying.
Friday morning at the Hampton Inn, the Citizens for Continued Growth of Marion County, a political action committee, met with Karen Thomas-Lentz, the lobbyist who will be working on behalf of the city and the county.
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