The meeting is at 7 p.m. at the Woodstock City Hall Annex.
The council is expected to approve a resolution in support of the Cherokee County School District keeping the ceremonies at First Baptist Church of Woodstock.
Americans United for Separation of Church and State has threatened to sue the school district unless it moves the ceremonies to a secular venue. The school board will consider the matter during its Jan. 20 meeting.
The council on Monday will also consider awarding an $89,850 contract to Clark, Patterson & Lee to design the city's proposed outdoor amphitheater and Woodstock City Park expansion. The amphitheater will be built in the portion of the park on Arnold Mill Road where City Hall and the police station formerly stood.
Additionally, the first reading of an ordinance to prohibit urban camping and improper use of public spaces will be heard.
The council will consider the following agenda items as well:
* Recognize employees who have completed five years and 10 years of service with the city;
* Approval of a proclamation declaring Jan. 8, 2011, as Bring One For the Chipper Day;
* Administer the oath of office to new police Officers Tricia Romano and Keith McGaw;
* Approval of the second reading of amendments to the fee schedule of the Community Development Department;
* Approval of the statewide outdoor landscape watering ordinance, which addresses restrictions and enforcement;
* Approval of renewing an agreement with Ross Consulting Engineers to continue providing engineering services to the city;
* Approval of ratifying a conditional use permit ordinance;
* Approval of the council meeting schedule for 2011;
* Approval of a request from Dave Tinsley of Tinsley Media to relocate one proposed billboard from Woodstock Crossing Shopping Center at 12050 Highway 92 to the BP station at 12152 Highway 92 and to change the address of two billboards on South Main Street in the settlement agreement with the company;
* Approval of adopting the joint city-county government ordinance regarding the Cherokee County Multi Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan;
* Hear the first reading of revisions to the traffic and vehicle ordinance to allow through-trucks to use Towne Lake Parkway and Arnold Mill Road; and
* Approval of easement and quit claim deed for AKB Investments LLC and TVK Investments LLC.