Lebanon City Council Meets

Lebanon City Council, Monday night, approved the 2023 Audit. Finance Director Kat Gill provided City Council with a brief audit overview. She said the City received an unmodified opinion, which was good news.

City Council approved the 2023 audit, which will be available for public review. In other business, the second reading on rezoning two lots on New Buffalo Road was postponed to the January meeting. The Council also voted on the purchase for the Street Department; Superintendent Mike Moore said the prices include a slight cost increase. Willard Quarries was awarded the bid for aggregate, and Willard Asphalt was approved for asphalt.

Council also approved an agreement to purchase cement from Lebanon Ready Mix for the calendar year 2024. The council approved renewal agreements with Toth and Associates and Olsson and Associates for consulting, engineering, and design services. Lebanon City Council also voted to approve a contract for service from Q90 for data migration services for $32-thousand-700 as the city prepares to transition from Incode to Caselle’s System Software.

In real estate matters, Council approved the transfer of 0.71 acres, located at Commercial Street and Van Buren, from the City to Cackle Hatchery for $10.00. That price is in lieu of any other incentives related to the future expansion of the facility. The Council also approved a Real Estate Contract between the City and SWMO Roofing Properties LLC for selling 5 acres in the Lebanon Industrial Park at a cost of 5-thousand dollars per acre.