The Dublin City Council will meet at 7 p.m. tonight at City Hall.

City Manager David Carrothers said just about all the items on the agenda are “general housekeeping” issues.

The council will consider a sewer problem at 221 N. Norton. Apparently, sewers in the area backed up during recent rains.

“The problem is correcting itself,” Carrothers said. He said the system is not designed to handle the amount of rain received and to upgrade the system to handle that much water would cost millions of dollars and would not be feasible for a “once in a lifetime event.”

The council will consider adopting a resolution designating the city manager and/or city secretary as acting for and on behalf of the City of Dublin dealing with the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. Carrothers said the city is applying for a grant for the city parks.

The council will consider and discuss:

Proposals for grant administration of the 2007 TxCDBG grant project, Proposals for engineering services for the 2007 TxCDBG grant project, Comments from public hearing regarding the 2006 Consumer Confident Report, City warning system, Re-appointing Board of Adjustments, Request for monetary support to reprint Dublin tourism book, Four way stop at N. Grafton and E. Liveoak intersection, Proposed 2007-2008 budget, Constructing a wastewater lift station to serve the north end of the city near US Highway 67/377, and Using old tires as targets for a police department pistol range.