Lebanon Reporter

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December 14, 2013

Council wraps up city business for 2013

The Lebanon City Council tied up some loose ends this week meeting, moving some money around to finish up its end-of-the-year business.

The first resolution passed Wednesday was for additional appropriations. There was a $30,000 shortfall for fuel costs for the city’s police and fire departments, Clerk/Treasurer Tonya Thayer said. And $10,000 is needed for camera equipment for the Lebanon Police Department, $1,500 for Lebanon Fire Department inspection equipment, and $1,500 for LFD turnout gear. The total is $43,000. The council decided to appropriate the money from the city general fund, after a motion to take it from the food and beverage fund died on the floor.

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

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