Mt. Lebanon will hold a public meeting Thursday, April 24 at 6 p.m. to talk about our proposed historic district, which we expect to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places this coming summer. Yvette Yescas is chair of the historic preservation board, which prepared the nomination. She also is a Lebolife blogger and prepared this video to give you a taste of how important one little tunnel is to Mt. Lebanon’s historic expansion. And look for her story on the efforts in the March issue of mtl.
Laura Ricketts, preparer of the National Register nomination, which includes the statistics featured in this video.
Scott Warren, video editor.
Kelley Burn, videographer.