Lebanon City Council will consider a couple of resolutions during tonight’s(mon) City Council meeting. On the consent agenda Council will vote to approve appointments to the Southdale Center Community Improvement District Board and the Marketplace Community Improvement District Board. On the regular City Council agenda, they will consider authorization to file an application with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources for an American Rescue Plan Act Grant and Naming designated official, and a resolution with the intent to change the name Kansas Street to Ice Cream Way. Other items on the agenda is a public hearing and first reading to rezone 611 King Street from RS 2 residential to C-1 Commercial, an ordinance approving Willard Asphalt Paving for the Wallace Building parking lot pavement project, authorize the purchase of bunker gear from Dinges Fire Company, authorize an agreement between Legan Trucking and Excavating and Heritage Hauling to provide rock hauling services for the City of Lebanon, and authorizing documents related to the construction of a new street and storm drainage in the Flatwood Subdivision. Other business Council will consider purchasing materials for the Lake Regional Lebanon Campus from Ferguson Waterworks, and an agreement with Auxiant, True RX, and Shar-x for the City Health Benefit plan. Council will hold a first reading on an ordinance amending City Code to establish a Parks Fund Balance Policy to set a reserve fund at 20 to 30 percent. Lebanon City Council will meet tonight(mon) at 6pm at City Hall.