Cleanup Continues In Lebanon One Month After High Wind Storm

Local News Monday, June 8th, 2020

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Cleanup is still underway more than month after a massive wind storm devastated the city of Lebanon in Laclede County.

The city is working on rebuilding and repairing buildings damaged by the storm, including the Joel E Barber school and the Floyd W Jones airport.

City officials say they’re working on a plan to rebuild the plane hangars and add a new classroom for Ozark Technical College’s aviation program, both of which were destroyed when the nearly 90MPH winds hit the town.

Planned construction on the runway will also have the airport shut down for a good part of July.

Local News Monday, June 8th, 2020

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