Lebanon City Council considered several bills related to purchases and contracts during the Monday night meeting. Code Administrator Joe Berkich presented a proposal on the construction of the 2nd restroom for the Market pavilion. During the discussion, Councilman Ken Eldridge said he would like to see produce sold at the farmers’ market.
Following the staff recommendation, True Construction was approved to do the work at the cost of $27,154. In other business, the council approved the purchase of electric pole replacement project materials at the cost of $137,392. They approved FC Industries to make repairs to the animal control incinerator. Police Chief Bryan Arnold reported that the repairs would extend the unit’s life by about 10 years. The cost approved for the repairs is $14,445. Council also approved the renewal of an agreement with Laclede Industries to clean up and mow properties that have been court-ordered to be cleaned up.