The first and second amendments will increase building permit fees from $18.50 to $19 and implement a $50 registration fee for contractors and handymen.
The third amendment will require owners of residential rental property to obtain a license and register properties with the city.
Council members also approved $3,500 to purchase 50-year time capsule made of Titanium. The 2 ft. by 2 ft. capsule will be sealed and placed underground on June 20, the state's 150th birthday.
Councilman Gail Harper expressed his excitement over the project saying, "We're going to involve the schools, we going to involve the Ministerial Association, we're going the citizens, and city hall!"
The capsule will include a letter written by Yeager to the future mayor of Dunbar with his vision for the city, pictures, and letters written by school children among other items.
Council members also:
* Approved $3,600 for emergency repairs to the Recreation Center's air conditioning.
* Authorized $3,500 from the $5,000 State Farm Grant to purchase combination smoke detectors. Residents can obtain the units for free from once they arrive. Lowe's has matched the amount, allowing the city to purchase twice as many units.
* Accepted two bids from Camel Technology. The first bid of $3,600 is for the installation of security cameras in the new police department. The other, for $2,750, will pay for electronic locks in the new building.
n Announced that three street lights will be installed behind Ames at the barge.