On Monday night Lebanon City Council approved several agreements and purchases during the regular meeting. Lebanon Tourism Director Rebecca Rupard receive approval to sign off on a marketing grant for $69,278. The city match for the grant will be $23-thousand. Rupard also presented a bill on furniture bids for tables and chairs for the Mills Center, the Cowan Civic Center, and the Wallace Building.
The bid from Commercial Concepts and Furniture was approved by City Council. In other business, Council approved an agreement with Cable One Fidelity which will provide phone and internet at a cost of $3053 each month for 3 years. Council also approved the cost of upgraded mapping software for the GIS mapping system at a cost of $12,500. Council also approved the purchase of 2 new cardiac monitors for the City Fire Department at a cost of $19,659 each. A pump and motor for the treatment plant were approved at a cost of $48,350 from JCI Industries, and an Influent Pump impeller from Enviroline was approved at a cost of $7476. The purchases for the Waste Water Treatment plant will help prevent failures in the system. Council approved an agreement with Ion Wave Technologies for Contract and Bid Management Software. The cost will be $11,800 for the first year and $9305 for 4 subsequent years. Also approved by City Council was a change order which increased the amount paid to Spohn Ranch Skating. An increase of $11,690 was requested due to the increasing cost of materials.