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Council approves public records policy

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The Lebanon City Council passed resolutions on first reading to establish policies for Public and Criminal History Records Tuesday, Aug. 19.

The items will be up for a second and final vote on Tuesday, Sept. 2. If passed, the policies will be posted online for the public to access.

Finance Director Robert Springer told The Wilson Post earlier that the written policies were recommended by the state comptroller’s office. He said the city had a small resolution policy prior to that, but that it needed to be updated.

The council also voted:

  • To eliminate the Utility Billing Supervisor position due to the outsourcing of utility billing.
  • To approve bids for eight trucks for the Gas Department.
  • To purchase and appropriate funds for a Channel-in-a-Box System.
  • To eliminate the second separate mailing of cutoff notices to utility customers.
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