The Foley City Council will meet in a regular session at 4 p.m. on Dec. 5 at city hall. During the meeting, the council will discuss:

Amending the land development ordinance regarding stormwater runoff on properties being redeveloped. There will be a public hearing one the proposed changes.

Rezoning property on the south side of Miflin Road near OWA from local business to RV park for developers Richard Schwartz and Jim Brown for their company Next to Last. There will be a public hearing and a second reading of the ordinance on the proposed change and a possible council vote.

Updates to the fire code and a presentation by Fire Chief Joey Darby on the updates.

Requests for recommendation for several public projects including Miflin Road access management project, access taxiway and eight-unit T-hanger building and airport terminal building, Graham Creek Nature Preserve Pavilions, Wolf Creek Park comfort station and playgrounds, dog kennels, lighted signs, bathroom buildings at the multi-purpose fields at the Sports Tourism Complex and a pole barn for equipment storage. A project to extend Wolf Bay Drive was removed from the motion on the project before it was passed by the planning commission on Nov. 9.

The introduction of an amendment for an ordinance change for the initial zoning of property owned by Keystone Development to planned unit development. The 121-acre parcel is located south of U.S. 98 and west of Venice Boulevard and developers are seeking to build a 174-lot subdivision. The property was annexed into the city in November of 2021. The council will also set a date for a second public hearing if the rezoning isn’t voted on in the Dec. 5 meeting.

Transferring the liquor license from Lucy’s Retired Surfer’s Bar to OWA Watersports which will still operate as Lucy’s.

A resolution to create a new application policy for special events in the city “to help capture information regarding special events in a more efficient manner,” according to the agenda.

Authorizing general obligation warrants for proceedings of the city council and a GO warrant with United Bank for credit to fund city projects.

Hiring Evergreen Solutions to do a study on a compensation and pay classification plan. There is $60,000 in the budget for the study but the price came in at $52,500.

A resolution to declare weeds at 510 E. Myrtle Ave. a nuisance and ordering its abatement.

Appointing Luanne McCarley as a regular member of the board of adjustments and appeals to fill the remaining term of Jacl Kimsey who resigned his spot on the board. The term runs through March 5, 2023.

A resolution to change a magistrate II position to a magistrate I position to train a person to move up to the new position due to an upcoming retirement.

Approving the transfer of $7,330 from the capital purchase line-item budget for new networking equipment.