The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at the Chambers at City Center.
The Georgia Transportation Infrastructure Bank is a revolving infrastructure investment fund that provides loans to eligible state, regional and local governmental entities to help fund eligible transportation projects.
Projects eligible for funding include those roadway projects that would be “motor-fuel tax eligible.”
Projects the city has proposed to be considered eligible include Arnold Mill Road/Towne Lake Parkway improvements, Ridgewalk Parkway/Woodstock Parkway improvements and the city’s proposed grid street network.
City Manager Jeff Moon said the city could hear back in about 60 days once they get the okay to submit the application.
Police Chief Calvin Moss will recognize officer Matt Carroll who assisted a male driver who accidentally shot himself in the leg at the intersection of Highway 92 and Main Street last month.
The council is also set to consider reappointing Elaine Hubbard to the Sequoyah Regional Library Board of Trustees; consider approval of the Parks and Recreation Department’s policy and procedures manual, risk management plan, natural resources management plan; and coordinated emergency response plan.
Council members will consider a rezoning request that was tabled during its April 23 meeting.
The Residential Group, LLC is asking the city to rezone 17.5 acres of property along Highway 92 east of Main Street and the railroad tracks from downtown commercial and low density residential to downtown multi-family residential.
The company would like to build a roughly 286-unit apartment complex on the property.
Other items on the agenda include:
n Consider approval of an emergency extension of an apartment moratorium in the Ridgewalk area until Nov. 19;
n Patio lease discussion and direction for Hot Dog Heaven;
n A request from the Cottages of Woodstock’s Homeowners’ Association president to use the balance of bond money to fence in the community, asphalt sealing and to make repairs to concrete sidewalk, which is estimated to cost no more than $15,000;
n Increasing the speed limit in the Woodstock Elementary school zone from 20 miles per hour to 25 miles per hour; and
n Consider approval of an appeal from Railroad Outdoor, LLC for its sign permit denial by the city.