The measure would have the city setting a millage of 20 mills and rolling it back to zero, an action City Manager Jane Richards said has been undertaken each year since 1985.
Also on the agenda is an amendment to the city's stormwater management ordinance. In addition to correcting typographical errors in the ordinance, the amendment would add a paragraph dealing with stormwater management inspections and maintenance agreements.
Under the added language, prior to the issuance of any final plat or certificate of occupancy, an applicant would be required to execute an inspection and maintenance agreement that would be binding on all subsequent owners of the site. The agreement would cover all drainage easements and stormwater management facilities. The city would be a signatory of the agreement and would have the power to enforce it.
An amendment to the city's soil erosion ordinance also could be considered, though Richards on Friday said she had not received the proposed measure from a city attorney reviewing the document. She said the state is requiring the city to revise the ordinance.
Councilmen during the meeting likely will consider changing the July 5 meeting date due to its proximity to the July 4 holiday.
The council will meet at 7 p.m. in city hall.