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Posted: Tuesday, August 2, 2011 5:38 pm

Results final (Unofficial)

Yes: 1796

No: 438

Laclede County Clerk Glenda Mott reports a 26 percent turnout. Results will be verified Thursday morning. 

Councilman and Mayor Pro tem Jamie Goforth will now be mayor of Lebanon until the next council meeting. The council will then decide about how to proceed. 

See the Wednesday edition of the Daily Record for more on this story. 

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  • kidcoy posted at 5:27 pm on Wed, Aug 3, 2011.

    kidcoy Posts: 3

    Guess this means that Lebanon can go back to the rob, rape, plunder and pillage you all had going for the last hundred years or so.

  • Mike Stevens posted at 11:02 pm on Tue, Aug 2, 2011.

    Mike Stevens Posts: 1

    It's nice to see that the people still believe in our system to right the wrongs that have been done. There is a Mayor in a small town in Arizona who would make any person proud. He is honest and respectable, well liked by the townsfolk and is enduring a situation that is similar to ours. The exception is that the City Council AND the Police Chief are against him. Seems there is quite a bit of financial disputes and he wants to find out were approximately 5 million dollars have gone. Now that's a big chunk of change! He and his constituents have been harassed, 9 police officers (out of 14) have been put on leave and they are staying calm and pushing for answers. For more information, check out the following site:

    Again, congratulations to Lebanon's people for taking OUR town back. Mike from Phillipsburg, MO.