Lebanon County commissioners approve a $1.27 million federal grant to join a nine-county terrorism task force.
A report presented to Lebanon County commissioners reveals a significant shortage in available and affordable housing, negatively impacting the county’s economy and growth.
At their June 15 meeting, the commissioners thanked Carol Davies, administrator of AAA, for more than three decades of service.
The size of Swatara State Park is about to grow by more than 130 acres thanks to the transfer of two parcels of land to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Lebanon County plans to purchase 30 body-worn cameras for its adult and juvenile probation officers, pending approval of a federal grant application to be filed in the coming weeks.
Lebanon County is getting a transitional residence to provide housing for up to three former offenders who have been released from prison but have no place to live.
An ongoing shortage of available detention beds to house local juvenile offenders across Pennsylvania has prompted the county to take corrective action.
The Lebanon County Commissioners struck a three-year deal Thursday with the union that represents correctional officers at the county prison.
There is general conversation and lighthearted banter that precedes most meetings of the Lebanon County Commissioners. But not on Thursday.
Lebanon County commissioners took two major steps on Thursday to upgrade the county’s obsolete public safety radio system.
Grant approval, the coroner’s annual report, and board reorganization were all part of the Lebanon County commissioners’ first meeting following Mike Kuhn taking office to complete the remainder of the late Bill Ames’ term as commissioner.
Lebanon County Commissioners approved the release of $750,000 in American Rescue Plan Act funding to Tec Centro Lebanon for the organization to house its new workforce empowerment center.
One of Lebanon County’s service agencies is moving from paper to a digital platform for all of its client and vendor forms.
The increase from 3.2925 mills to 3.8925 mills means a homeowner next year would pay about $3.89 in property tax for every $1,000 of assessed value on their home, an increase of about 60 cents per $1,000 dollars.
Lebanon County Commissioners on Thursday approved several requests from its redevelopment authority to obtain funding through the state’s Community Development Block Grant program for 2021.