Lebanon City Council approved several bills during the Monday night meeting, including those related to purchases for public works projects. Council approved a staff recommendation for Willard Asphalt to make improvements to the Wallace Center Parking lot at just over $53-thousand. They approved the purchase of materials for a new street and storm drain in the Flatwood Subdivision at a cost of $136-thousand-780, and the purchase of materials from Ferguson Waterworks for the Lake Regional Lebanon Campus. Waste Water Supervisor, Eric Mork.
The water materials purchase was approved by City Council at a cost of $11,969.Council also approves $10-thousand-284 for Bunker Gear for the Lebanon Fire Department. The city purchases 2 sets of gear for each firefighter to allow them to wash and sanitize gear and have a set available to wear. Council approved Legan Trucking and Excavating as the low bidder for rock hauling services and Hauling second-lowest bidder because according to Street Supervisor Mike Moore they want to be able to always have someone available in order to finish projects in a timely manner. Council approved the first reading to rezone 611 King Street from RS 2 Residential to C-1 Commercial to allow a landscaping company which is located adjacent to the property to expand. The approval was made with a stipulation that a 6-foot privacy fence must be installed between the business and residences. Council approves a resolution with the Intent to change Kansas Street to Ice Cream Way. One property will be impacted and that is the Ice Cream Factory. The change is part of the redevelopment agreement with the Ice Cream Factory.