There were several points of discussion during last week’s Washington County fiscal court meeting, some of which dealt with building on county property.
The first item of business that dealt with this was a request made by the Lebanon-Springfield Airport board. Due to FAA regulations, they asked the court for permission to set two 70-foot lightpoles on county property to light several oak trees near the airport.
They had originally contacted the owner of the trees about cutting them down, but the resident turned down the request due to sentimental reasons.
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