The regular meeting of Lebanon City Council will be held on Tuesday, due to the holiday. Items on the agenda include the purchase of a cable puller from Brooks Brothers Trailer for the Electric Department, and they will consider the purchase of materials in the amount of $138-thousand-dollars, to replenish supplies used for the May storm recovery. A large portion of the cost will be reimbursed by FEMA and SEMA. In other business, Lebanon City Council will consider the purchase of a 2021 skid steer loader from Bobcat, and surplus a 2010 skid steer. City Council will consider an agreement with FTS Heating and Cooling for the replacement of rooftop HVAC units at City Hall, which were damaged during the May storm, and for the Emergency Services building, and they will consider declaring items that have been removed from service as surplus. They will consider a mutual aid agreement between the city and Fort Leonard Wood Fire Protection and Prevention Division, they will consider an amendment to the lease agreement between the city and Emerson Climate Technologies for the property on West Bland Road and Evergreen Parkway. Council will also consider the lease-purchase of trucks, dump trucks, and an excavator. Lebanon City Council will begin the meeting at 6 pm Tuesday at City Hall.