At its work session Tuesday, the Lawrence City Commission will hear more about Lawrence Memorial Hospital’s plans to build a 200,000-square-foot medical facility on the northwestern edge of Lawrence.
The commission received an economic incentives application from LMH last week requesting that the city issue up to $65 million in hospital revenue bonds to finance the project, which the hospital will repay using its revenue. At the work session, the commission will receive a presentation that will provide details about the facility and project timeline.
The hospital’s application for the bonds states that the services offered at the new medical facility are expected to meet the existing and long-term health needs as Lawrence grows and attract patients from throughout the region.
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