The Woodbury City Council will convene Wednesday night for the first of two scheduled meetings this month.
Some of the items on the agenda include:
- A vote to authorize Bolton & Menk, Inc. to prepare a preliminary report on utility and street improvements for the Bailey Lakes housing development approved last December. The resolution calls for a $9,800 report to be paid for by developer Ryland Homes.
- Approval of grant money from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bulletproof Vest Partnership program. The grant will reimburse the city up to 50 percent for bulletproof vests purchased for Woodbury law enforcement up to $2,100.
- Appoint Officer Alanna Kopel to a vacant police patrol sergeant position. Kopel started working for the city in 1999 as a community service officer, and was promoted to police officer in 2002.
City Council meets 7:30 on Wednesday night at City Hall, 8301 Valley Creek Road. The meeting is open to the public.