One of the resolutions the group will vote on includes hiring Greenman-Pedersen Engineering & Construction for professional engineering architectural design services for the second phase of the Tracy Plaza renovation project for $250,000.
Funding for hiring the firm – as well as for the overall cost of the $1.2 million phase two project – will come from the $3 million bonding initiative the city took out earlier this year.
The voting session begins at 7:30 in the council chambers and is open to the public.
An hour prior to the meeting, a public hearing is set to take place involving the allocation of more than $1 million in federal funding.
The city Department of Development is hosting the hearing at 6:30 p.m. in the city council chambers Monday night.
During the public session, development director Vince DeJoy will roll out the city’s proposed plan on how it will allocate $1,052,851 in Community Development Block Grant Funding and $246,960 in HOME funding.
Once the plan has been revealed, the public will have 30 days to offer final thoughts before the plan is finalized and sent to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for its consideration and approval.