Council approves several projects


The Lebanon City Council approved several projects Monday night. The following is a list of additional action taken by the Council that was not reported in the Tuesday edition of the Daily Record.

The Lebanon City Council approved paperwork for improvements to Catherine Street and replacing sewer line in the area at its regular meeting Monday night.

The project includes reconstructing 1,275 feet of new curb and gutter with storm water improvements from Main Street to South Street. Total budget for this project was $150,000.

The rezoning of 421 West Pierce from C-L limited commercial to C-2 downtown commercial was approved. The rezoning was recommended by the city’s planning and zoning commission and received first reading approval last month from the city council.

The council approved an extension of its lease agreement with New Cingular Wireless. Cingular is continuing to rent space at the water tower on 484 Spiller Road.The city will receive $13,813.57 annually.

Council approved a request from the Earth Day Fair Committee to close Commercial Street from Adams to Washington from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 22 for the annual Earth Day Fair. The fair includes food and game vendors, local merchants and a band stage.

The council acted on a resolution adopting rental rates for the Cowan Civic Center, the Mills building, the Wallace building, the ag barn and the ag pulling track.

The council approved paperwork for maintenance on city streets, including mill and overlay work for East Bland Road from King James to Jefferson Avenue and to mill and overlay St. Louis Street from Harwood Avenue to Catherine Street.


The Lebanon Daily Record

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