The Stuart City Council will meet in regular session Monday.

The meeting will begin with the Council considering approval of a snow removal ordinance, and approval of the sale of a street department dump truck. Next, the Council will consider purchase of a gator floatable for the aquatic center, and consider a security camera system proposal. They’ll also discuss a nuisance letter, web design fees, and an employee health insurance rate increase. The Council will later discuss several economic development items and set the date and time for Beggar’s Night. Finally, the Council will hold several public hearings regarding the sale of 512 South Summit Street, the award of bid and approval of plans, specifications, and form of contract for the All Saints Addition project, general obligation annual appropriation corporate purpose bonds, and amending the Stuart Urban Renewal Area.

The Council meets at 6:30 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers.