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Nixon stops in Lebanon

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon visited Crosslines Ministries Wednesday to promote Share the Harvest, a program that allows deer hunters to donate their venison to needy families.

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Do you think that Lebanon should become part of OTC's tax district?

There is a chance that the April ballot could contain a measure that would bring Lebanon into the taxing district for Ozarks Technical and Community College. If passed, it would lower the tuition of OTC students living in Lebanon from $147 per credit hour to $98 per credit hour and allow what is currently the OTC Lebanon Center to become the OTC Lebanon Campus. However, area residents would also have to pay a property tax of 15 cents per $100,000 per assessed valuation, which according to Gib Adkins, the MSU Lebanon on-site coordinator at OTC, would average out to about $36 per year for a $100,000 property.

Total Votes: 181


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