The Denison City Council is expected to discuss the final draft of its Denison Comprehensive Plan when it meets at 6 p.m. Monday at Denison City Hall.


The plan serves as one of the primary planning and development guidelines of the city and includes preferred land use plans and other documents that outline future growth within the city. Officials previously said best practices call for the document to be updated about every five years, but Denison’s plan was last updated in 2002.


Other items that will be discussed include:


• a report on unsafe conditions at 511 E. Shepherd, 526 W. Hathaway, 819 W. Elm to take action up to and including removal and demolition of the structure;


• a request for a zoning change from commercial to single family district for a property at the southwest corner of Houston Avenue and Morton Street;


• a request for a zoning change from commercial to single family district for a property at the southeast corner of Johnson Street and Houston Avenue;


• a request for a zoning change from commercial to light industrial for a property located at the southwest corner of FM 84 and Juanita Drive; and


• a public hearing on an ordinance amending the Denison Code of Ordinances for exterior construction and design requirements.


In a closed, executive session the council will discuss pending litigation regarding 715 W. Sears; judges and prosecutor positions and appointments; and contractor payments. The council will then reconvene in open session to take any necessary action.