Lebanon Planning Board meeting scheduled for Monday night, June 26, postponed to July 10

Published: 06-26-2023 4:53 PM

LEBANON — The city Planning Board rescheduled public hearings on Monday, including for a proposed charitable casino on the Miracle Mile, to July 10 due to the inability of a city staff member to attend. 

The Planning Board had planned to continue its review of a plan by the owners of the Lebanon Poker Room, who seek to relocate their charitable casino at 45 Hanover St. to a larger location at 369 Miracle Mile, a former Honda dealership.

The board had also scheduled two public hearings for the owners of River Park, who are seeking changes to their site plan and appealing an administrative decision that would require a minor site plan review for a proposed cafe.

The public hearing will be held on Monday, July 10 at 6:30 p.m. in City Hall.

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