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Lebanon City Council approves how change orders are handled

As projects continue at various locations in the city of Lebanon, sometimes problems crop up which necessitates additional cost. On Monday night, Lebanon City Administrator Mike Schumacher presented an ordinance that will allow authorization of certain change orders, without waiting for City Council approval.

The council would be notified of the change in cost. Anything over those amounts would be required to go to City Council for approval.
In other business, City Council approved the final plat of Lexington Subdivision, and they approved Forevergreen to perform yard repairs needed after the May 4th storms. They approved a change order to increase cost horizontal boring for electric service for the MFA project. and City Council approved the replacement of a hangar door at Floyd W Jones Airport. There were 3 bids, with Construction Concepts Corporation being awarded the job at just over $62-thousand-500. Council approved Heritage Bank of the Ozarks for the banking services contract for the next 5 years, and they approved a request by the Police Department to purchase 3 units for the Child I.D. System which will cost about $17-thousand-800-dollars.

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