The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at the Chambers at City Center.
The budget is set at $30.7 million, up from the current budget of $27.5 million.
The third reading is needed to reflect changes the council wanted to include, such as using $101,571 to pay off police department software, $60,000 to install the hardware to prepare for fiber connectivity throughout the city and $40,049 in streets repairs.
Those changes increased the city’s general fund budget to $15.3 million, up slightly from the current $15.2 million.
Council members will also consider a request from Residential Group, LLC, to rezone 17.5 acres of property along Highway 92 east of Main Street and Laurelwood Drive 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.
The item was tabled during its June 11 meeting.
Other items on the agenda include:
* Recognizing Neese Towing for its donation of vehicles to the Woodstock Fire Department for its extrication class;
* Consider approval of a request from Steve Bankes to remove a condition of zoning for his property at 123 Brendylnn Trace, which would allow the buffer to be disturbed only move the fence back and tie in to the existing fence; the Woodstock Planning Commission recommended approval of the request during its June 5 meeting;
* Consider approval of a request from Rashmit Loomba for a conditional permit for property at 9533 Main Street; the property is zoned downtown commercial mixed use and Loomba’s request for a permit would be to operate a recreational facility with some educational components; the planning commission recommended approval last month;
* Consider approval of a conditional use permit request from Bison Tires, LLC for commercial property at 9420 Highway 92 to have auto tire retail and repair operation; the planning commission recommended approval;
* Consider approval to extend its senior living zoning for 9.67 acres on Neese Road near Highway 92;
* Consider approval of a proposal from Ameris Bank to complete the city’s portion of the proposed grid street network; the loan would be for $2 million with a 2.1 percent interest rate;
* Discuss the city’s budget amendment policy;
* A proposed lease agreement with Hot Dog Heaven for a patio area behind the building; and
* Consider an appeal from Georgia Northeastern Railroad for denial of its sign permit request.