Port Huron City Council will be faced with a rather lengthy agenda for tonight’s regular session meeting. Council is scheduled to have four public hearings tonight regarding various Michigan Department of Natural Resources grants that could benefit area parks. Council members will also be asked to approve several resolutions, including a five-year agreement for web site design and hosting for the police, fire, and main city web site with Revize Software Systems. Council could also authorize the purchase of additional body, in-car, and video room cameras for the Port Huron Police Department for nearly $124,000 with about $38,000 of that being reimbursed by St. Clair County Emergency Management. A bid for the dredging of the entrance to the Black River Canal is expected to be awarded to Boddy Construction tonight as well, costing about $49,000 dollars. Also, council will be asked to extend contracts with both Kevin’s Lawn care and Unique Clips for the mowing and lawn maintenance of city-owned parks and properties. Port Huron City Council meets at 7pm tonight at the municipal office center.