Brownwood City Council members have a somewhat busy agenda for their second meeting of the calendar year. Council members will meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday.
In addition to considering a financial incentive agreement with United Supermarket, council members will be asked to approve an order of general election for the May 10 election.
The seats of Mayor Stephen Haynes, Ward 1 Councilman H.D. Jones and Ward 4 Councilman Draco Miller are up for re-election. The filing period begins Jan. 29.
All three are completing their first terms, although Jones had previously served as Ward 2 councilman before moving out of that ward and into Ward 1.
Haynes and Miller said they plan to seek re-election, and Jones' wife, Becky, said her husband will run again.
Also Tuesday, Haynes will read a proclamation declaring February as Cancer Prevention Month.
In other business, council members will:
• Conduct a public hearing and consider approving on first reading a change in the zoning at 904 Gifford from M1 Restricted Industrial to MH Manufactured Home/Mobile Home.
• Consider approving on third/final reading a three-way stop at Greenleaf and Chandler.
• Discuss in executive session proposed financial incentives offered by the city and Brownwood Economic Development Corp. to United Supermarkets. Council members will reconvene in open session and consider approving a financial incentive agreement.