Lebanon City Council Agenda Nov 28

Lebanon City Council will hear an update from Sustainable Ozarks Partnership during the regular meeting tonight. Council will consider the second reading on a bill that will adopt the updated code book, and they will consider a bill to enter into an agreement with the state for the low-income home energy assistance program, approve the purchase of pedestrian signals for the Washington, and Commercial pedestrian crosswalk project, authorize asphalt paving for the Highway 64 stormwater improvements, a solar access easement agreement, the purchase of PVC Pipe for the Flatwood Subdivision, and for the S&H Farm Supply project. Council will consider an agreement and purchases for the Electric Department with Sunbelt Soloman for transformer maintenance, the purchase of capacitor bank controls, wire restock, and wildlife guards. Council will consider the purchase of generator transfer switches for the environmental department, the purchase of battery power backup for the city storm sirens, and a two-way communications system for public safety, and the council will vote to adopt Council goals for 2023. Lebanon City Council will meet tonight at 6pm at City Hall.