The July meetings of the Winder City Council have been postponed until next week due to the July 4 holiday this week.
But there will be little action at either the July 11 work session or the July 12 voting session.
The council does plan to discuss Monday and to vote Tuesday on a new fee schedule for renting city facilities such as the Winder Community Center, the outdoor pavilion and the Jug Tavern Park.
Also on next week’s agendas is expected action on the following items:
•an amendment to the voting map to reflect population shifts among the four wards as reflected in the 2010 census. City Hall has received no complaints about the new ward lines, according to city administrator Don Toms.
•an amendment to the city code regarding the 1:55 a.m. closing time six days a week for businesses serving alcoholic beverages. The recently relaxed closing time will not change, but the ordinance itself needs some tweaking, Toms said.
•a request for the city to participate in an energy assistance program that would allow natural gas customers to round up to the nearest dollar their Winder natural gas bills in order to provide one-time assistance to needier customers.
•and a request to declare as surplus some outdated equipment at the city’s public television station, WTV21.
In other business at the July 11 meeting, which starts at 5:30 p.m., Michelle Yawn of the Winder Housing Authority and Fawn Alexander of the community center will make presentations.
At Tuesday’s meeting, which starts at 6 p.m., the city’s finance director, police chief and new fire chief, Matt Whiting, will make their monthly reports to the mayor and council.
Both meetings will be at the community center, which is at 113 E. Athens St.