Several bills pertaining public works, electric division are on the agenda for tonight’s(mon) Lebanon City Council meeting. City Council will hold a second vote on a bill pertaining to sewer use and wastewater treatment. Additional bills to be considered are ordinances approving the purchase of feeder swing panels, electric insulators, electric tripsavers, and transformers from various companies. Council will also consider the purchase and installation of fiber materials for city wells, and an agreement with BBC Electrical Services for the replacement of 69kv switches, the renewal of an agreement with Toth and Associates for electric system engineering and for studies on the transmission and distribution system improvements, and for survey, design and easement preparation of Ivey and Beck Lane infrastructure improvements. Council will consider an agreement with Corporate Business Systems for copier and printer maintenance for a printer at Public Works, they will consider the purchase and installation of public safety vehicle equipment for the Police Department, and agreement between the City and Laclede Industries for Downtown Business District maintenance services. City Council will consider an agreement with Dunn Mowing for City facility lawn maintenance services, and an agreement with Cahills Construction for the renovation of the Kenneth E Cowan Civic Center. Lebanon City Council will meet at 6pm. Chambers will be closed to the public, however a live stream will be available to watch in the utilities lobby at City Hall for 10 people or less. Those who would like to make public comment and cannot attend should submit your request to lstarnes@ lebanonmo.org by noon today. An invitation to attend the meeting virtually via Zoom will be emailed to you so you may participate in the public comment segment of the meeting. If you need additional information call Lebanon City Hall.