The council voted 4-2, with council members Tessa Basford and Bud Leonard opposing, a request from Wink Woodstock to have four tables and accompanying chairs along the length of its exterior façade on the sidewalk.
The council’s approval will run through Nov. 1 and the city will evaluate whether the request did not cause problems or excessive noise.
The council also reviewed its website redesign project.
Information Technology Director Jim Moore presented the council with the top two designs city staff picked as their choices.
The council informed Moore to move forward with implementing a more modern look that will incorporate different photos of the city.
The council also:
* Mayor pro tem Chris Casdia read a proclamation designating Aug. 11 as Kids for Peace Day in the city;
* Approved an agreement with the Atlanta Regional Commission for a supplemental LCI study, which the city will use an $80,000 grant to pay for; and
* Tabled consideration of an appeal from Railroad Outdoor LLC of the city’s denial of its seven sign permits.
Mayor Donnie Henriques was not present.