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City Council approves ordinances, resolutions in brief meeting

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By SABRINA GARRETT
The Wilson Post

Lebanon City Council approved a number of ordinances and resolutions during a brief meeting on Tuesday night.

Votes were unanimous on each piece of legislation during their first reading. Administrative Secretary Jaci Diebner explained that resolutions are now officially passed, and that ordinances will go through a second reading at the councils next meeting.

The council approved:

An ordinance to amend the monthly credit limit on the city purchasing card from $500 to $1,500 for the Family Life Center Director, Jimmy Floyd Family Center Director Tim Hill.

An ordinance to authorize a line item transfer to cover truck repair damage expenses from an accident for the Cemetery Department.

A resolution to hire one part-time record clerk for the Lebanon Police Department.

A resolution to hire a full-time dispatcher for the LPD to replace a dispatcher who was selected to be a police officer.

A resolution to hire a replacement part-time Wellness Recreation Aide and temporary seasonal employees for the JFFC.

A resolution to decommission the non-directional beacon at the Lebanon Municipal Airport.

An ordinance to authorize a line item transfer for funds to be used for part-time personnel because an employee is out on Workmans Comp at the Street Department.

A resolution to hire part-time employees for the General Maintenance Department.

A resolution to hire a light equipment operator for the Street Department.

An ordinance to authorize a line item transfer to cover the purchase of replacement garbage truck engine for the Sanitation Department.

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