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New codes for lodging facilities part of the Lebanon City Council meeting Monday

A new code related to lodging facilities in the City of Lebanon is now in effect. On Monday night, Code Administrator Joe Berkich presented the ordinance to address life safety and quality of life issues at Lebanon facilities operating as a motel or hotel…

Berkich said they will address issues like smoke detectors as a priority, but if they find other violations, they will give them time to make necessary improvements. There are 13 lodging facilities in Lebanon, 2 are closed.
In other business, 137 Brass meters were declared surplus and sold to S&S recycling. Council also approved task orders with Olsson Incorporated for the 6th Street Sewer Extension and Tuscumbia Street. Olsson will also do the survey and design of a Sidewalk on North Adams, according to Public Works Director Richard Shockley…

The sidewalk will be about 1670 feet or about a quarter-mile. City Council approved the purchase of software upgrades from SCADA to Wonderware, which includes 2 twenty one inch monitors and a computer. The agreement is in the amount of $62-thousand dollars. Lebanon City Council gave Police Chief Brian Arnold approval to apply for a transportation safety grant, which will include funds for equipment and overtime for traffic enforcement.


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