Findings from the Resident and Business Survey conducted for the City of Lebanon will be presented to Lebanon City Council during the Monday night meeting. The survey which was sent out to residents and business owners will help city leaders and staff plan for future projects. In other business, City Council will approve a resolution for the suspension of subdivision improvement costs, and to implement temporary costs. There are several public hearings scheduled to take place during the Monday night meeting, including the
Establishment of the Elm Street Corridor Community Improvement District, Final Plat’s of Park Manor Addition Subdivision, LifePoint Subdivision, Esther Addition Lot 1 and Part of Lot 2, Lesher Estates Subdivision, Kenny Capps Used Cars LLC Subdivision, Davis Hills Airport Subdivision and Rezoning of 20750 Ostrich Lane from RS-1 Residential to C-1 Commercial.
City Council will vote on each of the requests. In other business, Lebanon City Council will vote on the purchase of body cameras for the Police Department, and an agreement with Olsson Incorporated for a project related to a Police Car Canopy. Also on the agenda is an agreement with FTS for HVAC units, with Haynes Equipment Company for water samplers, an agreement with Lebanon R3 on Stormwater Retention and to use the district’s storm shelters for public use. Council will consider an agreement with the Fire Fighters Union, and they will consider contracts with Lamar to promote Bennett Spring and Route 66 Attractions in Laclede County. Lebanon City Council will begin the meeting at 6 pm Monday at Lebanon City Hall.