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Employees of the Lebanon Department of Public Works got a sneak peek at the Lebanon Middle School’s LEGO Robotics team, “Driver’s Animal Alert” presentation in November. The DPW employees provided feedback to the students in preparation for the Dartmouth LEGO Robotics tournament.
In an email to Assistant Public Works Director Bruce Temple, Coach George Galev thanked the department, stating that “the opportunity [DPW] provided to the kids to present in front of subject matter experts in a business conference room [was] invaluable and had a great impact on their ability to convey a problem with a high visibility, and to articulate a fairly simple solution.”
The students took home the Robot Design Award and were selected to advance to the State Tournament among other 6 out of 14 teams in early December.
Way to go LMS Robotics Team and thank you DPW employees for taking the time to help out.
The Public Works Department recently received notification of an upcoming mailing that Lebanon/West Lebanon residents may receive related to homeowner water and wastewater service line responsibilities. Please be advised that the letter is being issued by an independent company, completely separate from any local utilities, and in no way affiliated with the City of Lebanon.
For more information regarding homeowner responsibilities related to maintenance and repair of water and wastewater service lines, please refer to Chapters 182 (Water Service) and 136 (Sewer Service) of the Lebanon City Code.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding this letter, please contact Lebanon Public Works at 603-448-3112.
The City of Lebanon Water Department is pleased to inform you that your drinking water meets or exceeds all federal and state requirements. We strive to deliver safe drinking water to our customers and to maintain a secure and protected facility. We are proud to deliver the 2016 annual Water Quality Report for the year 2015.
Please visit the Water Quality Reports page to view the report online. If you have questions or would like more information please contact the Lebanon Water Plant 603-448-2514 or email email@example.com
What is a Consumer Confidence Report?
The Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) details the quality of your drinking water, where it comes from, and where you can get more information. This annual report documents all detected primary and secondary drinking water parameters and compares them to their respective standards known as Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs).
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