The Tuscaloosa City Council will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the council chambers on the second floor of City Hall, 2201 University Blvd. The following items will be on the agenda:

• Amending various sections of the Code of Tuscaloosa pertaining to water and sewer rates. (Failed introduction by unanimous consent on Jan. 8)

• Authorizing request for street lighting system modification.

• Authorizing payment to Dominic Hunter Jr. in settlement of a claim; total: $1,850.

• Authorizing payment to David Kimani in settlement of a claim; total: $113.20.

• Setting Jan. 29 as the date for a public hearing to set the cost of demolishing the building at 1610 29th Ave.; total: $2,397.10.

• Setting Feb. 19 as the date for a public hearing on a proposal to vacate a 10-foot alley abutting Lots 1-4, 5A and 7-18 of Block 4 in the Sarah Heights Subdivision.

• Setting the cost for demolition of the structure at 4530 Second Place N.E. and authorizing the filing of a lien; total: $4,379.46.

• Ordering demolition of the structure at 620 36th Ave.

• Ordering demolition of the structure at 2310 First Place E.

• Approving the ABC application of GFC of Tuscaloosa LLC for a restaurant retail liquor license at Voodoo Wing Co., 1306 University Blvd., Suite A.

• Authorizing the mayor to execute a development agreement with Bama Hotel Partners LLC to provide economic development assistance for the construction of an AC Hotel by Marriott Brand Hotel.

• Authorizing the mayor to execute a development agreement with SunSouth LLC and SunSouth Properties Tuscaloosa LLC to provide economic development assistance for the construction of a new John Deere dealership.

• Adopting Zoning Amendment No. 1396 to rezone 3.37 acres  at 1121 Paul W. Bryant Drive, 1027 12th Ave. and 1110-1120 12th Street from R-4 to BN at the request of Calvary Baptist Church.

• Authorizing the mayor to execute a license and service agreement with Streamline Automation Systems LLC; total: not to exceed $13,805.25.

• Authorizing execution of an engineering services contract with TTL Inc. for cleaning of exterior of 10  water tanks; total: not to exceed $15,400.

• Authorizing the first amendment to the agreement with Ward Scott Architecture Inc.; total: not to exceed $15,000.

• Authorizing the mayor to execute a right-of-way permit to Nucor Steel Inc.

• Tentatively selecting Schoel Engineering Co. Inc. as professional engineer for Upper Cribbs Mill Creek Tributary No. 5 Advanced Assistance Project.

• Authorizing an amphitheater sponsorship contract with Adams Beverages Inc.; term: three years.

• Accepting the sanitary lift station and sanitary sewer lines for Braelin Village Subdivision Phases I and II.

• Authorizing the mayor to execute a commitment letter to the Tuscaloosa Housing Authority in support of Pine Cone Apartments Property Acquisition and Rehabilitation Project.

• Authorizing the first and second amendment to the agreement for 2017 Emergency Solutions Grant Program with the Salvation Army.

• Authorizing budget and program changes by local amendment to the 2018 Action Plan of the 2015-19 Consolidated Plan for Community Planning and Development Programs and to authorize the mayor to execute all agreements and documents associated with activity implementation.

• Adopting seventh amendment to the 2018 Water and Sewer Reserve for Future Improvement Fund.

• Adopting the seventh amendment to the Fiscal Year 2019 General Fund Budget.

• Reappointing Ricky J. McKinney as presiding municipal court judge.

• Introducing Zoning Amendment No. 1399 to rezone 17 acres west of 3166 Fosters Ferry Road and north of 3601 Fosters Industrial Drive from R-2 to MG at the request of Derrell O’Briant and Lamar Hannie.

• Setting Feb. 12 as the day for a public hearing to consider adoption of Zoning Amendment No. 1399.

• Authorizing the payment of bills; total: $372,537.08.