The city of Denison will consider issuing $7 million in debt when the City Council meets at 6 p.m. Monday at Denison City Hall. The funds will be split between water system improvements and renovations to the new City Hall building, with $4 million and $3 million allocated to these projects, respectively.

The water projects include work, painting and improvements on elevated and groundwater tanks throughout the city, the Iron Ore Creek trunk sewer project, and ultraviolet disinfection and clarifier equipment for PawPaw Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Other items that will be considered include:

• a report on unsafe conditions at 831 W. Morton and 1331 W. Crawford;

• a request for multiple conditional use permits for warehouse storage and a dance hall/night club at 3006 S. Texoma Pkwy.;

• a request for a conditional use permit for truck parking in a commercial district for a property at 320 N. Austin Ave.; and

• a new water safety education program.

In a closed, executive session the council will consider the following before reconvening in open session to take any necessary action:

• contemplated litigation regarding 715 W. Sears and Boatright v. city of Denison; and

• economic development negotiations with NTEX Development, Holley Jones Homes and N-Site Development.