The Dublin City Council will hold a public hearing on a rezoning request for property located at 233 N. Patrick Street from single family to neighborhood business.

The council will first hear from any residents who wish to speak on this matter, then will hear from Planning and Zoning Committee Chair Kassi Jurney in reference to the possible rezoning for an auto repair and detailing shop at 233 N. Patrick Street.

In other business, the council will hear from Dublin Police Chief Shawn Fullagar who will give the department's annual racial profiling report. 

City administrator Nancy Wooldridge will also discuss the appointments of members to the city's Code Enforcement Board of Appeals. At the last meeting, Wooldridge informed the council that the city was looking for members.

"We are in need of some willing participants," Wooldridge said. "We can only re-appoint one of the five members of the Code Enforcement's Board of Appeals - Amy McLean. You will need to bring me names of four more residents willing to serve on the board."

To be appointed to the board, a person must be a resident of Dublin (living within the city limits), 18 years of age, have a general working knowledge of what goes on in Dublin and be able to make the meetings. 

The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Dublin City Hall.