Lebanon City Council to meet March 11

Lebanon City Council will hear information from staff on the CivicPlus Audio Visual Services, and they will hear an update Council Goals related to Internal Services when they meet for a work session on Monday at 6p.m. Following the work session City Council may go into a closed session to discuss Real Estate. Council will go into regular session afterward with presentations being made to Electric Linemen for the City of Lebanon. Council will consider a second reading on the rezoning of property on Carmeco Road and on Ice Cream Way. Council will consider authorizing settlement funds received from the National Opioid Settlement to be dedicated to Laclede County Treatment Court. Council will consider a supplemental agreement with the Missouri Transportation Commission to redefine the improvement area of the Beck and Ivey Lane Sidewalk Project. In other business, Lebanon City Council will consider an agreement with Republic Services, and the purchase of radios and materials for the Water and Waste Water Departments, they will consider the purchase of 6 vehicles for the Police Department from Graven Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, plus ancillary equipment from Nroute LLC. Council will also consider the first reading of an amendment to city code related to street closures in the Downtown Business District. Lebanon City Council will meet at City Hall at 401 South Jefferson.