Lebanon Reporter

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February 14, 2014

Council approves purchase of city video equipment

Funds not to exceed $10,000 were approved by the Lebanon City Council Monday to replace the city’s audio and video equipment.

The current equipment, which is used to televise city meetings, is 14 years old and has become unreliable, requiring a great deal of time to keep it working, Lebanon Mayor Huck Lewis said. The audio in the Lebanon City Building is currently down, he added, and they are waiting on a part to fix it.

For more of the story, see Friday's Lebanon Reporter.

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