New Solid Waste & Recycling Rates effective September 1, 2020

Posted on: August 18th, 2020 by jhaddix

Effective September 1, 2020, residential rates for solid waste removal and curbside recycling will increase from $17.75 per month to $18.50 per month. Below is a link to Ordinance No. 2020-19. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact the Village at (513) 494-2296.

2020-19 Residential Rates For Solid Waste Removal
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UTILITY LATE FEES AND SHUTOFFS RESUMING AUGUST 1ST, 2020

Posted on: July 23rd, 2020 by jhaddix

Effective August 1st, 2020, The Village of South Lebanon will resume charging late fees and shutting off water service for non-payment.

Unless other payment arrangements have been made, past due balances of Utility bills must be paid by August 15th, 2020, to avoid late fees and no later than August 25th, 2020 to avoid disconnection. All payment arrangements must be requested by Wednesday, August 12th, 2020.

All Village policies re: utility services that were in effect prior to the signing of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) Order 2020-01 will now be in effect.

As of July 10, 2020 Ohio EPA Director Laurie A. Stevenson signed an order that ended the March 31, 2020, order that prohibited public drinking water systems from shutting off customers’ water service during the State’s stay-at-home order. The modified order is available online at https://epa.ohio.gov/Portals/28/documents/pws/COVIDTerminationOrder72020.pdf and is effective immediately.

If you have any questions or need additional information, you can contact the Village Utility Department by calling 513-494-2296, option “1” or by email at utility@southlebanonohio.org.

Warren Co. Soil & Water Conservation District-July, 2020-Household Hazardous Waste Disposal

Posted on: June 30th, 2020 by jhaddix

Products in our homes and garages that are flammable, toxic, corrosive, or reactive are considered household hazardous waste. Products such as pesticides, paints, pool chemicals, CFL light bulbs, cleaners, oils, automotive fluids, thinners/strippers, acids/bases, and batteries require special care when disposing of them and can catch fire, react, or explode under certain circumstances.

Why is household hazardous waste a problem? Household hazardous waste poses many dangers ranging from personal exposure to the substances during use, to contamination of water resources from improper disposal of chemicals down a storm drain or into a ditch, where they can be transported directly to bodies of water. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the average home can accumulate as much as 100 pounds of hazardous waste! That’s 100 pounds of household chemicals with labels that say: poison, corrosive, toxic, flammable, or keep out of reach of children/pets, in your home.

Paint is one of the most common household wastes and can be the most confusing to deal with.  First, read the label and identify whether the paint or stain is water-based or oil-based. Water-based products can be disposed of in your regular trash, but must be hardened first using kitty litter or other paint hardening product. Be sure to leave the lid off the can so your waste hauler can confirm the product is dry or else they may refuse to collect it.  If the product is oil-based it is considered a hazardous waste and should be taken to hazardous waste center where it will be properly recycled or disposed. Warren County has a latex paint only recycling drop-off location in Lebanon.  This is open weekdays and is for Warren County residents only. Questions regarding the drop-off site should be directed to the Warren County Solid Waste Management District, 513-695-1209.

What should you do with household hazardous waste if you have it or plan on using it?

  • Before purchasing hazardous chemicals, have a plan for the excess or only buy what you know you will need. Some left-over products could be donated to neighbors, family or friends to use.
  • Handle household hazardous waste carefully to avoid injury to yourself or the environment.
  • Store wastes in their original container with the labels intact.
  • Save household hazardous wastes until it can be properly disposed of at a certified disposal facility.
  • For lists of local recycling and disposal sites, check the Warren County Solid Waste Management District website – https://www.co.warren.oh.us/solidwaste/ or email waste@co.warren.oh.us for specific questions.”.

For more questions regarding Soil and Water Conservation District programs and/or technical assistance on water or soil questions visit, http://warrenswcd.com  or call, 513-695-1337.

Short Recap:

The average home can accumulate as much as 100 pounds of hazardous waste! That’s 100 pounds of household chemicals with labels that say: poison, corrosive, toxic, flammable, or keep out of reach of children/pets, in your home.

 

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2019 South Lebanon Water Quality Report Available Online

Posted on: June 19th, 2020 by jhaddix

The Village of South Lebanon Annual Water Quality Report (Consumer Confidence Report(CCR)) for 2019 as required by the Safe Drinking Water Act is now available. Click here to view the CCR report.

Village Tax Office is now open by appointment only

Posted on: June 16th, 2020 by jhaddix

The Village of South Lebanon Tax Office is now open to the public by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, please contact the Tax Office by calling 513-494-2296 or by email at tax@southlebanonohio.org.  All visitors will be required to wear a mask. If you don’t have one, one will be provided to you. Just a reminder that the deadline for filing your 2019 Village tax return is July 15, 2020. Additional information on the tax department can be accessed by clicking HERE.

Restart Information from the South Lebanon Water Department

Posted on: May 7th, 2020 by jhaddix

The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) has issued the following memo regarding water supply flushing:

As businesses and buildings reopen under the “Responsible RestartOhio” plan due to the COVID-19 pandemic, that have had little to no water usage, it is important to flush water that has been stagnant. Low water usage can contribute to bacterial growth, including Legionella which can cause a serious type of pneumonia called Legionnaires’ disease. It can also cause other water quality issues with potential health risks due to the build-up of lead and copper in stagnant water that’s been collecting in older pipes and fixtures.

As buildings reopen, it is critical to drain, flush, and if necessary based on a review of building conditions, disinfect the hot and cold-water systems to remove harmful contaminants. Devices that store water, such as drinking water fountains, water heaters, storage tanks, and any droplet or mist-forming devices such as cooling towers, humidifiers, showerheads, and certain medical and manufacturing devices and process equipment should also be flushed and disinfected in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations or industry best practices.

The Ohio Department of Health and the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency has issued a letter with more information, which you can access HERE, as well as “Guidance for Premise Plumbing Water Service Restoration”, which you can access HERE.

All questions should be directed to the Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 Hotline at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH.

Here are a couple of additional suggestions from the Village for getting back in buildings that haven’t been used in awhile:

  1. Flush sink fixtures for 3-5 minutes to remove stagnate water especially prior to use for consumption;
  2. Dump automatic ice bins 2-3 times before consumption;
  3. Flush toilets 2-3 times to wash down the drain;
  4. Pour a gallon of water down drains that have not been in use for 30 days.  This will prevent sewer gas from entering the building from dry P traps in the drains; and
  5. Check dates on perishables left in refrigerators.

Feel to contact the Village Utility Office with any additional questions at (513) 494-2296.

Message from the Mayor-Development continues in the Village

Posted on: April 30th, 2020 by jhaddix

To the Residents of South Lebanon:

Despite the Statewide restrictions due to the COVID-19 virus, the Village continues to attract new businesses and developments. Here is an update on a couple of current developments taking place in the Village:

Siteworx – Driving north on Interstate 71, you may have noticed the new building under construction just past the Turtlecreek Road overpass. This will be the new headquarters for Siteworx, a site development company that has been located in the Village since its inception in 2010. Siteworx has grown from just five (5) employees in 2010 to well over 100 employees. In addition to being a growing company, they have also been a good community partner throughout the years. We are fortunate to have a quality company like Siteworx located in the Village.

McDonalds – At their meeting on April 21st, the Village Planning Commission approved the site plan for a new McDonald’s restaurant. It will be located next to the Mike’s Carwash (currently under construction) in the Rivers Crossing West development along State Route 48. McDonald’s officials have stated that they are planning on breaking ground in July but this may get pushed back due to the impacts of the corona virus. We will keep you updated on the progress.

In addition to these developments, there are additional residential and commercial developments in progress that we will continue to keep you updated on.

Stay Safe,

Mayor James D. Smith

Planning Commission Public Hearing-River Creek Lofts 5/19/2020

Posted on: April 29th, 2020 by jhaddix

Village of South Lebanon

PUBLIC HEARING LEGAL NOTICE

 Please be advised that a public hearing will be held by the Village of South Lebanon Planning Commission on Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. at the South Lebanon Municipal Building, 10 N. High Street, South Lebanon, Ohio, 45065, to address the following issue:

River Creek Lofts, LLC (Applicant) has submitted a preliminary development plan (PDP) for the property known as 1771 Mason-Morrow-Millgrove Road, Lebanon, OH  45036 (30.54 acres, Parcel ID 12-07-326-002-0 & 12-07-100-008-0). The Applicant is proposing to create a multi-family development consisting of 416 units including one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments. Said property is currently zoned B-2 and the Applicant is requesting a change to R-3 PUD (Planned Unit Development).

Upon review and recommendation by the Planning Commission, the matter will be forwarded to the Village Council for further action.

Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, please contact Jerry Haddix, Village Administrator, at (513) 494-2296 or email at jhaddix@southlebanonohio.org to view the public record for this project. Comments may also be submitted in writing to Jerry Haddix, Village Administrator, 10 North High St., South Lebanon, OH  45065 or by email at jhaddix@southlebanonohio.org.

Street Sweeping to begin on May 5th & 6th

Posted on: April 27th, 2020 by jhaddix

Street sweeping on all curbed streets in the Village for 2020 will begin next Tuesday and Wednesday on May 5th and 6th. “No Parking” signs will be placed along the streets the night before the sweeping.  Please be sure move any vehicles on the affected side of the street to avoid being cited. Street sweeping will take place on the 1st Tuesday & Wednesday of the month through October unless a date change is necessary. A final sweep will be scheduled in November.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Village at (513) 494-2296 or email jhaddix@southlebanonohio.org.

Restrictions in Place for State Route 48 Bridge Project

Posted on: April 21st, 2020 by jhaddix

Warren County (Tuesday, April 21, 2020) – Preliminary work has begun for a bridge rehabilitation project on state Route 48 in Warren County, and single-lane restrictions are now in effect.

Contractors for the Ohio Department of Transportation will be rehabilitating the structure over the Little Miami near the corporation limit of South Lebanon. During the initial phase of work, SR 48 will be reduced to one lane during daytime, business hours for crews to install a work platform under the bridge.

Traffic will be maintained by flaggers from approximately 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily, weather permitting, and the hours of operation will extend through the weekend and continue until the platform is constructed.

Following initial work, the bridge will be closed beginning Monday, June 1. The closure will be in effect for up to 75 days, and motorists will be detoured by way of I-71, S.R. 123 and U.S. 22.

Great Lake Construction Company was awarded a contract for approximately $7.29 million to complete work on the S.R. 48 bridge rehabilitation, as well as the U.S. 22 bridge over the Little Miami at Foster that will undergo routine maintenance work in 2021.

For more information about the project, visit the project page on ODOT’s web site by way of this link.

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For more information contact:
Kathleen Fuller, 513-933-6517
Liz Lyons, 513-933-6534

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