Multiple purchases for Lebanon departments were approved by City Council

Lebanon City Council, last night(mon), approved purchases and agreements for multiple departments. Council approved an agreement with Lamar for billboards to be located on I-44, on the Grand Glaize Bridge at the Lake of the Ozarks, and in Springfield. According to Tourism Director Rebecca Rupard the total cost is $18,642 with the expense being paid in FY 24 and FY 25. Lebanon City Council approved the purchase of a truck chassis for an F550. Purchasing Agent Jessica Meiners explains the details of the purchase

While the truck chassis will cost nearly $65-thousand; just over $85-thousand will be spent to place the bed, fire suppression equipment and accessories. In other business, a task order for Olsson Incorporated was approved. Public Works Director Richard Shockley explains the scope of the task includes surveys and design for Granite Lane extension

He said the task will take about 5 months at a cost of $76,800. For the Goldenwood Street project Council approved the purchase of materials for stormwater improvements at a cost of $59-thousand-869. Council also approved the purchase of Chlorine Analyzers from Core and Main for more than $24-thousand and a sewer line camera from Armour Equipment, at over $25-thousand.