Stephen Lega
City employees on Monday morning found this rock blocking a portion of the storm sewer system after digging up a known blockage near the intersection of Spalding Avenue and Main Street.
Main Street will be partially closed to clean up collapsed sewer

 Lebanon city employees dug into the city's storm sewer system Monday morning only to discover that they'll need to do even more digging.

City Administrator John O. Thomas estimated they will be digging another 12-15 feet, and that will mean temporarily closing at least one lane of eastbound traffic on Main Street near the Spalding Avenue intersection.

City employees dug up a portion of South Spalding Avenue near the intersection with Main Street Monday morning. This was an area where they knew a section of the sewer had collapsed.