LUMBERTON — The Lumberton City Council will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday at City Hall.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m.
The council is expect to give final approval to the following items that it deal with during its policy meeting on Wednesday.
n Approve repair work to lighting and signage at Lumberton Municipal Airport at a cost of $800,000, most of which will be paid for with a state grant.
n Approve $561,332 in sewer improvements to Old Whiteville Road that will be paid for with a Community Development Block Grant.
n Approve the purchase of two spare pumps for lift stations at a cost of about $40,000 that will come from the Water and Sewer Capital Fund.
n Seek a Clean Water Management Trust Fund grant for a drainage project on First Street that is projected to cost $744,860.
n Approve the purchase of six voltage regulators from Siemens Energy Inc. that will be used to replace existing smaller generators. The cost is $116,040.
n Approve a contract with the Lumberton Housing Authority, which will pay the city $10,293 a month to provide police officers for security at the authority’s public housing complexes.
n Approve the purchase of the vacant Lumberton Dying and Finishing plant between First Street and Town Common as the first step in a drainage improvement plan.
n Approve $200 from Councilman Leon’s Maynor’s Community Revitalization Fund for W.H. Knuckles Elementary School’s Positive Behavioral Intervention Support Program.
n Approve an exchange of defibrillators between Southeastern Regional Medical Center and the Fire Department.
n Approve $300 from Councilman John Cantey’s Community Revitalization Fund for a Martin Luther King Jr. celebration at the Friendship Chapter 558.
n Approve $1,000 from Councilman Erich Hackney’s Community Revitalization Fund and $500 from each of Councilman Don Metzger and Mayor Pennington’s fund to help pay for security improvements at Tanglewood Elementary.
n Refer to the Planning Board a request by Tonya Simpson for a conditional-use permit she needs to operate a nursery school and day care at 1706 Case St.