The Philomath Public Works Committee is scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall with plans to revisit the city’s 2023-24 capital improvement plan.

Last month, the committee had moved the plan on to the City Council, which at its March 13 meeting suggested several revisions and delayed a final vote on approval.

The capital improvement plan is organized into separate categories for utilities, facilities and equipment and serves primarily as a planning document for the city. The plan which is updated each year, breaks down projects that have been identified and the likely source of funding.

The April 4 meeting agenda also includes discussion on local improvement districts and possible alternative funding sources, including the possibility of a gas tax.

The Tree Board Committee, which falls under the umbrella of the Public Works Committee, is scheduled to discuss a property owner’s request to remove two large cedar trees at 236 Maple St.

In addition to attending the meeting in person, the proceedings can also be viewed on the city’s YouTube channel.

Committee members include councilors Ruth Causey, Matt Lehman and Christopher McMorran. Tree Board members are Giana Bernardini and Graham Seaders.