Residents and motorists in Lebanon will need to find a new route around the village’s main intersection of U.S. 50 and Illinois 4 as workers plan to close down the intersection Sept. 8 for a month to install a traffic signal, rebuild the pavement and add a turn lane.
Residents and motorists in Lebanon will need to find a new route around the village’s main intersection of U.S. 50 and Illinois 4 as workers plan to close down the intersection Sept. 8 for a month to install a traffic signal, rebuild the pavement and add a turn lane. File photo
Residents and motorists in Lebanon will need to find a new route around the village’s main intersection of U.S. 50 and Illinois 4 as workers plan to close down the intersection Sept. 8 for a month to install a traffic signal, rebuild the pavement and add a turn lane. File photo

U.S. 50, Illinois 4 intersection in Lebanon to close Sept. 8 for 30 days

August 20, 2015 7:55 AM

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