The Huntsville City Council will meet for a regular session this evening at six at City Hall.
There will be a workshop at 5 PM preceding the meeting where the Charter Review Committee will discuss its process and recommendations with the city council.
The Charter Review Committee will also present their recommendations at the regular council session.
The council will have a public hearing on an ordinance to remove Gas & Oil Wells from a chapter of the Huntsville Development Code.
Tonight’s “Consent Agenda” includes a second reading of an amendment to the Code of Ordinances for a new article on “Secondhand Jewelry and Precious Metal,” acceptance of the Harnessing Huntsville’s Potential Plan, and authorizing the City Manager to purchase two 2013 Police Edition Chevrolet Tahoes–one of which will be for the police chief.
Tonight’s “Statutory Agenda” includes discussion of an interlocal agreement between the City and the County for consulting services to develop a request for a Request for Proposal for clinic administrators for a possible employee medical clinic, and the first reading of a possible amendment of an ordinance regarding door-to-door solicitors and hawkers.
The Council will also consider the placement of a commemorative plaque on Veteran’s Memorial Parkway, the nomination of Pattillo, Brown, & Hill as the CPA for the city for 2012-13 auditing and reporting, authorizing the city manager to begin the process of drafting a preservation ordinance, and possible action related to the resignation of Councilmember Fitch.
City Manager Matt Benoit will also present his update.