When the ice clears, the Dublin City Council will meet for their regular council meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Monday at City Hall.

Council members will hear from Public Works Director Cory James, who will present a presentation on how he plans to continue to work with the TCEQ to keep the city of Dublin within the state compliance standards. The city has struggled with compliance in the past with it's wastewater treatment facility and water delivery system.

James and city manager Nancy Wooldridge have been working since her appointment to the position after former police chief and city manager Lannie Lee's retirement months ago to ensure compliance, Wooldridge said. The city has even bought land near the current treatment facility to build a new one.

In other business, the council will hear from Mayor David Leatherwood about the city's planning and zoning committee. Lee Leatherwood, who served on the board, had to step down because he is moving to Stephenville. The mayor said he was planning to recommend the council appoint Sammy Moore to the committee.

As the meeting begins, the council will hold a public hearing on the re-platting for 413 S. Camden (from three lots down to two), 0 Harris (from agriculture to industrial), 715 Sheehan (from multi-family to commercial) and 717 Sheehan (from multi-family to commercial). Members will consider the re-platting later on in the meeting, however, this time will allow for any residents to comment on the re-platting on each of these locations.