The Philomath City Council will meet for a second time this month at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 23 at City Hall.

Councilors will take a look at law firms that responded to a request for proposals for attorney services, according to a meeting agenda published on the city’s website. Current City Attorney Jim Brewer plans to retire at the end of March.

The city received responses from two law firms for city attorney services and one response for city prosecutor services. Councilors are scheduled to review the submitted proposals and determine next steps.

Also on the agenda are discussions and possible decisions on social service funding and transient lodging tax grant allocations, as well as a vote on an ordinance related to a nonexclusive franchise agreement with Pioneer Telephone Coop.

Proclamations are also planned in memory of past mayor Jeannine Gay and in recognition of Veterans Day.

For those not attending in person at City Hall, the regular meeting will be livestreamed on the city’s YouTube channel.