Lebanon : Capitol improvement program
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The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) of the City of Lebanon is a planning tool intended to help prioritize, identify, arrange financing, and allow for timely technical design and application of projects and programs to better serve the citizens of Lebanon. Generally, the projects identified in this document have a significant impact on the City’s infrastructure and are intended to help the City provide better and timely services.... The citywide Capital Improvement Program is the combination of individual Capital Improvement Plans within water, wastewater, streets, facilities (parks, buildings, etc.) and storm drainage. [From the document]
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