The council is expected to convene at 6 p.m. Monday at Canton City Hall and will adjourn into executive session to discuss potential litigation.
Former assistant police chief Todd Vande Zande threatened to sue the city in a letter written by his attorney on Aug. 3 after he was given the ultimatum to resign or be fired by Monday.
Vande Zande’s employment was terminated on Monday by Police Chief Robert Merchant and as of Friday by press time, no lawsuit had been filed in Cherokee County Superior Court.
The council is expected to also have a called meeting at 10 a.m. Wednesday to discuss plans and costs for its proposed Etowah Park project.
The city plans to use Cherokee County parks bond revenue to develop a passive park in the city.
Proposals amenities include a half-mile American Disabilities Act-accessible concrete walking path around multi-purpose fields, one 1,100 square-foot concessions and restroom building, 207 paved parking spaces, ADA-accessible concrete walking paths and sidewalks connecting to an event lawn and to the concession building.
The price tag for the park, which is slated to be developed at the end of Brown Industrial Parkway off Highway 20, near exit 19 off Interstate 575, is set at roughly $2.1 million.