City Council has a full agenda for its meeting on Wednesday.
In legislation, council will have a third reading and can take action on the grant agreement, with TecHudson. If approved, the business incubator will receive $50,000 in funding outright, with the possibility of an additional $25,000 if the funds are matched by a source other than the city.
Also, public hearings are scheduled for two application renewal proposals to place farmland in an agricultural district for real property taxation purposes.
The first proposal was submitted by Kenneth Kurlya for 38 acres on E. Norton Road. Kurlya has a house and barn, and operates a tree farm on the premises.
The second application comes from Warren and Darlyne Roller, for 9.27 acres on Terex Road, which is in use as pastureland for farm animals.
City council will also consider two resolutions thanking Kari H. Morse and Lou Ann Hanink for their volunteer work on city committees.
Morse has served on the Environmental Awareness Committee since 2009. Hanink has been a member of the Tree Commission since 2005.
All meetings begin at 7:30 p.m. at the town hall.