The Lebanon Planning Commission approved a land use plan amendment, rezoning and plan or services for the future Lebanon-Wilson County industrial park during Tuesday’s monthly meeting.
New agents for Discover Realty & Auction include Tammy Maggart, Deborah Johnson, Kyla Hallums, Lindsey Morrow, Heather Wamble and Angela Bates.
Ribbon cutting ceremony scheduled for Tuesday afternoon
Real estate market remains strong in numbers, sales
Planning commission neutral on land-use change, rezoning
Stop-work order causes trouble for new Starbucks
A public meet and greet will take place May 16 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Lebanon Golf and Country Club for a 46-acre multi-family development that is coming to the west side of Lebanon, north of U.S. 70 off Carver Lane.
Recently released assessments lead to lots of questions
The Wilson County Joint Economic and Community Development board of directors discussed the group’s 2015 success during a May 3 board meeting and annual report.
A 46-acre multi-family development is coming to the west side of Lebanon, north of U.S. 70 off Carver Lane.
Landowners of a popular Mt. Juliet golf course are exploring the possibility of transforming the 120-acre course into a 400-plus home subdivision.
For the first time in several years, Lebanon has more home sales in both existing homes and new construction than Mt Juliet, according to Amy Hamilton with the Eastern Middle Tennessee Association of Realtors.
Tax assessment information for all properties within Wilson County will be sent to property owners later this month.
The owner of the Historic Arcade on the square, M.B. Lebanon Properties, seeks potential tenants for the 22,000-square-foot building’s six retail/office spaces and a 185-seat restaurant space.
Agee & Johnson Realty and Auction of Wilson County and Parks Auction Co./Parks Realty are recently announced the completion of a merger effective March 1, 2016.