Change will require two readings, publication before taking effect
By Stephen Lega
Monday, March 7, 2011 at 11:00 pm (Updated: March 8, 9:43 am)
The Lebanon City Council has voted to eliminate the city's restaurant tax.
Councilman Jerry Abell made the motion, which was seconded by Councilman Kenny Marrett and officially approved 5-0 by the council. Councilwoman Denise Fogle did not cast a vote on Abell's motion, but under parliamentary rules, her non-vote is included with the majority.
Councilwoman Kate Palagi, who recently gave birth to her fourth child, was not present at the meeting.
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