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Students in the civil engineering and architecture class at Marion County High School presented their designs for a new Lebanon City Hall Friday morning, in a classroom full of city officials, school administrators and the media. The students completed their projects in nine weeks, which isn't nearly enough time for a project of this magnitude, according to their instructor Greg Conley. However, the students far surpassed the expectations of Lebanon City Administrator John Thomas.
"There are things in both designs that I would like to see incorporated into the new city hall," he said.
Lebanon Mayor Gary Crenshaw said he was confident that there would be aspects of both designs used in the new city hall once it is built.
"You did such a good job with the design," he said. "Now, if you could just find a way for us to pay for it."