City Council Considers Rezoning Requests

The Lebanon City Council considered a couple of rezoning requests on Monday night. Carmeco Incorporated is requesting to rezone a little over 6 acres from C-1 Commercial to M-1 Light Industrial, and a property owner on Ice Cream Way requested to rezone three parcels in the 400 block from RS2 residential to C1 commercial. The first reading on both requests was approved. The council also considered a second reading on a bill to approve Chapter 48 of the City Code related to zoning. There was one amendment to the code, as requested at the last meeting. Code Administrator Joe Berkich answered Councilman Mizell’s question about antenna’s…

With the amendment included, the City Council passed the ordinance related to Chapter 48. The City Council approved a bill about Video Service right-of-way fees. Public Works Director Richard Shockley addressed the bill….

The right-of-way fees charged to video service providers on their gross revenue will be reduced by a half percent incrementally from 5 percent and will settle at two and a half percent in 2027. The Council also approved an agreement with KPM CPA to provide an annual audit, and Crawford Murphy and Tilly were approved as the Airport Consultant. The Council also approved a refund to Crossland Construction for permit and building permit fees for the construction of the COPE Resource Center.