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Who’ll stop the rain?

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Meeting is first step toward solving flooding problem

By Stephen Lega

Local and state officials met with engineers, city workers and property owners Friday morning to discuss the recurring flooding problems that have been affecting downtown Lebanon.

“Everyone’s aware of the issue now, and they realize something needs to be done,” said George Graves, who owns the Xpressions building on S. Spalding Avenue.

City Administrator John O. Thomas said the city has experienced flood events previously, but this past year the problem affected a larger section of downtown.


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