The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at the Woodstock City Hall Annex.
The state legislature passed a bill this session that allows cities and counties to have referendums on permitting Sunday alcohol sales.
The Cherokee County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday talked about calling for a referendum for unincorporated Cherokee, but didn't take action.
The commissioners are waiting to see if the county school board calls for a special election in November to renew the education Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax, so the referendum could piggyback on the same ballot. That vote is expected at the school board's May 5 meeting.
Another alcohol issue is also on the agenda.
Amendments to the alcohol ordinance up for consideration would allow the council to OK open containers of alcohol at outdoor city events. The changes also would decrease the amount of food restaurants and bars need to sell to have an alcohol license from 60 to 50 percent, which is in line with state law.
The council will also talk about expanding its ban on smoking to extend to mixed-use developments and public places such as parks.
The issue is on the agenda because of complaints from people who live and work near Maxwell's Cigar Bar in the Woodstock Downtown mixed-use development.
The council will consider the following agenda items as well:
? Hear a presentation from Elm Street Arts on the economic impact of arts and culture and talk about the group's lease of the City Center theater;
? Hear a presentation on traffic control devices;
? Approval of a resolution of support to not renew a franchise agreement with Advanced Disposal in 2012;
? Approval of codifying the council policy manual with revisions;
? Approval of the second reading of an election ordinance and agreement with Cherokee County;
? Hear the first reading of extending the apartment moratorium in the Ridgewalk area;
? Talk about temporary uses; and
? Approval of utility relocation for the first phase of the Towne Lake Parkway and Arnold Mill Road widening.