Lebanon Reporter

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December 13, 2013

City adopts new policies on travel, cellphone use

The Lebanon Board of Works adopted two new policies at its meeting Wednesday evening.

The city now has an employee travel policy and an employee cellphone policy. The Indiana State Board of Accounts reviews procedures and guidelines each year, said City Attorney Bob Clutter, and notified the city that it didn’t have a formal travel or cellphone policy. The city decided to change that, adopting a generic travel policy, Clutter said, and a cellphone policy that had been brought up to date in recent years by department heads.

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

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