Morning roundup

The City Council has its regular meeting tonight at 5:30 p.m. Here’s the agenda.

Normally, Election Night would be a light agenda, but since there isn’t much of a primary this year, it’s pretty full.

Among other things, council members are set to approve a $2.5 million settlement with the former Marina Tower property owners for an old eminent domain dispute. Also, they’ll be discussing taking the first steps toward privatizing the city golf courses.

The council also will consider a resolution calling for federal immigration reform weeks after declining to boycott Arizona over its new immigration law.

In closed session, they’ll discuss the anticipated settlement of the prison hospital lawsuit and labor negotiations (including, presumably, the fire union’s latest offer).

I’ll be doing the live blogging thing tonight.

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