North Augusta City Council's meeting agenda Monday is sparse, but a few important topics will be discussed during their study session beforehand.
City Administrator Todd Glover will lead a discussion on possible locations for the new Public Safety fire station No. 1.
The city has funds available to build the station but hasn't completely settled on a location.
The city owns property off Georgia Avenue, known as the Flythe Property, and has announced plans to built there but has also faced backlash for those plans.
The property is included in the only part of North Augusta that is included on the National Historic Registry.
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Last year, the Planning Commission voted against the city's request to redo the property for public use, which would allow the fire station to be built.
Other locations that have been brought up as a site for the facility include the land where the Community Center sits and land off Martintown Road near Clay Street.
Glover will also give Council an update on the addition of a senior adult center to the city.
During the meeting, Council will vote on the third and final reading of an ordinance that would amend the city's municipal code as it relates to construction codes and revisions, as well as the city's Building Codes Board of Appeals. The first two readings passed at Council's June 3 meeting.
Finally, Council will vote on a resolution that, if passed, would authorize the issuing of a parade permit.
The permit would be for an informational picket on Knox Avenue by Communications Workers of America (CWA) Local 3207.
CWA is a communications and media union. The local union is located in Martinez, Georgia, according to their website.
City Council will meet at 6 p.m. for the study session and 7 p.m. for the meeting. Both meetings will be held on the third floor of the municipal building at 100 Georgia Avenue.