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.