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Lebanon’s Community Converstation Engaged Residents

Over 65 people attended Lebanon’s Community Conversation to discuss the recovery efforts of the July 1 and 2 flash flooding. Those in attendance gave a round of applause for the City’s Public Works Department, but expressed concerns about Slayton Hill

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Lebanon To Hold Community Conversation

The City of Lebanon invites members of the public to a Community Conversation regarding the City’s response and recovery efforts related to the Flash Flooding Events of July 1st and 2nd. There will be updates on the latest information on

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Governor to Visit Lebanon Today

Governor Maggie Hassan returns to Lebanon today, following a meeting with the Executive Council in Peterborough, Governor Hassan will visit Westmoreland and Lebanon, to view progress on recovery efforts. Last Wednesday, the Governor toured flood-affected areas of Alstead, Lebanon, Washington

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Lebanon Moves On With Recovery From Storm – FEMA To Tour Lebanon

The City of Lebanon continues to focus resources and efforts to basic public needs as a result of last week’s rain event. Priorities are as follows: Public Safety- ensuring that all residents have basic services including: water for sanity use

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Lebanon Waives Disposal Fees for Those Affected by Storm

Lebanon Residents who have suffered storm related damage requiring the disposal of household items can bring these materials to the Lebanon Landfill during normal business hours. All disposal fees will be waived for the posted areas only at this time.

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UPDATE FROM CITY OF LEBANON EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

The following are the major activities related to the recovery efforts from the severe rain event between July1, and July 2.. Anyone suffering any damage, no matter how minor is requested to contact NH211 by dialing 211 or 1-866-444-4211 in

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4th of July Festivities in the Wake of the Lebanon Deluge

Storrs Hill, Lebanon’a Fireworks Launch site and prime viewing site sustained major damage during the storms. When repairs are complete Lebanon will have a very special fireworks make-up date. Lebanon Recreation and Parks is pleased to announce that there will

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Updated Road Closure List for Lebanon NH as of 10 am

Closed Roads: Meriden Road – between Messenger St. and Laplante Rd. Slayton Hill Road Sunset Rock Road Damaged Roads: Abbott St. Shaw St. Airpark Rd. Stevens Rd. Alden Rd. Storrs Hill Brookside Dr. Townsend Terrace Churchill Way Tracey St. Dorset

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NOTICE – CITY OF LEBANON EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

Currently the City of Lebanon Emergency Operations Center is open. Residents requiring assistance can contact us at (603) 448-0913. Current Conditions: There are numerous roads which are partially and/or completely impassable. Residents are urged to use extreme caution while traveling

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Newport Man Arrested with Three Counts of Sexual Assault

A Newport NH Man was arrested for Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault on Tuesday after an investigation by the Lebanon Police Department. Police say they arrested Charles E. Lancey 55 on three counts of Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault. Lancey is being

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