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Posted on: April 13, 2021

City Council Recap - April 12 Meeting

Here is a summary of the actions taken at the April 12 regular Lebanon City Council meeting:
✅ Mayor Jared Carr read a proclamation declaring April 12 as Lebanon Linemen Appreciation Day. 
✅ Council passed Bill No. 6053 repealing City regulations on tattoo parlors. 
What does this mean to me?
Lebanon had regulations on the books for tattoo parlors. This action removes local regulation on tattoo parlors and leaves those regulations to the State of Missouri just like barber shops and hair salons. 
✅ Council Approved Bill No. 6054 authorizing Laclede Industries to provide Downtown Business District Maintenance Services.
What does this mean to the community?
Employees of Laclede Industries have been maintaining the appearance of the Downtown Lebanon Business District for the last two years. Laclede Industries will continue providing maintenance to Downtown Lebanon for another year. 
✅ Council passed Bills 6055 and 6056 authorizing an agreement between the City and Lake of Ozarks Solid Waste Management Program and Laclede Industries for the City’s Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Program and Laclede Industries for Recycling Grant assistance.
What does this mean to me?
The City will continue operating Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Services. 
✅ Council passed Bill No. 6057 executing an agreement for lawn mowing services for city properties from Dunn Mowing LLC.
What does this mean to the community?
City properties will be maintained at a lower cost than if the work was done in house, ultimately making better use of taxpayer dollars. 
✅ Council passed Bills 6058 and 6059 authorizing Automated Control Solutions for Environmental Systems Integrator services for SCADA Programming and installation at the Wastewater Treatment Plant.
What does this mean? 
The City of Lebanon is in the process of upgrading the Waste Water Treatment Facility to meet the needs of our community for years to come. The project is nearing completion, and this will allow for the software that manages the system to be installed. 
✅ Council approved Bill No. 6060 authorizing the purchase of Aerial Cable from Fletcher Reinhardt Company for the Electric Department.
What does this mean to me?
This is a new material the electric department will use for line installation. This material will help reduce wildlife-related outages in the City of Lebanon. 
✅ Council approved Bill No. 6061 authorizing the purchase of three Motorola Radios for the Police Department?
What does this mean to the community?
Thanks to the passage of the Public Safety Sales Tax in 2019, the Lebanon Police Department will be able to increase staff levels to better serve Lebanon. These radios will be available for additional officers when they come on board. 
✅ In other business, Council approved resolution No. 466 accepting the general election results from the April 6 Municipal Election. Ken Eldridge, Ward 1; Jonathan Reagan, Ward 2; Randy Wall, Ward 3 and Bob Garner, Ward 4, were all sworn into two-year terms on the Lebanon City Council. Following administration for the oath of office, Councilman Bob Garner was elected Mayor Pro-Temp by acclamation.

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