Lebanon City Council will discuss a number of agenda items during the Monday night meeting at 6 p.m. The meeting will again be held with some of the members of Council and staff attending virtually, while others will have a physical presence at the meeting at City Hall. Items on the agenda include a presentation on capital projects and a public hearing and a vote on refunding and improvement certificates of participation for the Civic Center Project. During the consent agenda, Lebanon City Council will approve resolutions for appointments to the Southdale Center Community Improvement District and to the Lebanon Marketplace Community Improvement District. City Council will also consider a task order amendments for Olssen and Associates for the Emergency Service Building, and a stormwater project. They will consider an agreement with Ivey Roofing for the Civic Center roof project, and an agreement with True Construction for concrete work at the Civic Center, and an agreement with Travis Hodges Hauling for foundation repair at the Cowan Civic Center. Council will consider the purchase of 12 automated External Defibrillators from Coro Medical LLC for the city, and the purchase of electric panels from Beckwith Electric for the Electric Department. Council will also consider a request for the purchase of meters for the Maplecrest School FEMA Shelter Building. In other business, Lebanon City Council will consider a grant agreement for the design and construction of t-hanger taxi-lanes at the Floyd W Jones Airport, and an agreement with Solid Waste District T for a DNR grant for the City Household Hazardous Waste and recycling collection services and an agreement with Screen Vision Media to provide recycling advertisement. Council will consider an agreement between the City and Missouri Department of Social Services, for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, and a community Services agreement between the city and MOCA. Lebanon City Council will also consider the purchase of 6 S.U.V.’s from Gravens for the Police department at a cost of $206,665.56; with additional equipment to be purchased and installed by NROUTE at a cost of $59,512.56. Lebanon City Council Chambers will be closed to the public; however, a live stream of the meeting will be available to watch in the lobby of the city hall, and those who want to make a public comment will be able to do so. Citizens may also submit public comment via email to the Lebanon City Clerk.