New Lisbon Village, as it was formerly called, is located in Center Township, and is the
seat of justice for Columbiana County.  On the north bank of Middle  Beaver Creek,
Lisbon was founded soon after 1800.  The southeast quarter of section 14 was
purchased by Lewis Kinney from the government in 1802, and on February 16, 1803,
he platted Lisbon.  The village was incorporated under a special act of legislature on
February 7, 1825.  Originally known for its iron and whiskey production (sold at $0.25
per gallon), New Lisbon became a hodge-podge of mills, tanneries, a cement works, a
salt works, carpenters, gunsmiths, hotels, clothiers, etc.  The Village also claimed the
county’s first bank, the Columbiana Bank of New Lisbon, its first insurance company,
Columbiana County Mutual Insurance, and its first newspaper, a German paper called
“Der Patriot am Ohio.”
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                                                     Public Notice
                                             Village of Lisbon, Ohio
                                              East Chestnut Street
                                  Combined Sewer Separation Project
                      Environmental Review Documents for Public Review


The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, Division of Environmental and
Financial Assistance (DEFA) is considering funding a project through the
Water Pollution Control Loan Fund which is subject to review for potential
environmental impacts.  The project consists of replacing sanitary and storm
sewers on East Chestnut Street.  The Village is making the review documents
which include a Limited Environmental Review (LER) and a Finding of No
Significant Impact (FNSI), available for public review.  

The FNSI and LER are available at the Village Office
and also on the Ohio EPA-DEFA web page at
http://epa.ohio.gov/defa/EnvironmentalandFinancialAssistance.aspx.  Additional
information may be obtained from the Ohio EPA-DEFA Environmental Planner
listed in the LER.