Findlay City Council will meet in special session Tuesday to vote on several ordinances needed to keep city street, water and other projects moving forward.

More controversial issues, such as zoning changes and the sale of a downtown parking lot, have been dropped from the agenda until further notice, according to a statement issued by the mayor’s office late Wednesday.

A regular meeting of council, which was scheduled for March 17, was canceled due to concerns over COVID-19 protocols.

Tuesday’s meeting will be held at 7 p.m., but no members of the public will be admitted.

The public will be able to view and/or listen to the meeting via the city’s website, social media, radio or the local cable channel through Spectrum.

The agenda may be viewed on the city’s website:

Those wanting to submit comments on the agenda items may do so in writing to the clerk of council by email at before noon on Tuesday.

The first four communications received will be read into the record.

Comments received after the deadline will not be accepted.

Those who wish to submit a letter to council on the agenda items should also e-mail the clerk by noon Tuesday.