The New Rochelle City Council will meet at 3:45 p.m. Wednesday in a Committee of the Whole Session, including Citizens to Be Heard at 7:30 p.m.
The council moved the meeting from its regular Tuesday slot to avoid the primary elections.
On the agenda Wednesday is a demonstration of a red light camera.
City Manager Charles Strome III said there are some intersections in the city that would be appropriate to have the safety devices to be installed.
If the city pursues red light cameras, the state would have to approve the installation.
Also on the agenda is the reallocation of Housing and Urban Development funds that could net the city over $118,000. If approved, Commissioner of Development Luiz Aragon recommended the money be applied to a study of vehicular and pedestrian traffic in certain areas of New Rochelle.
The council will also discuss the proposed renovation of the Carrington Arms mixed-use development located at 33 Lincoln Ave.
Mountco Construction and Development, the same firm that renovated 35 Maple Ave. and is currently renovating 55 Maple Ave. (Maple Terrace), would be required to pay $122,000 in lieu of taxes for 32 years, with a 2.5 percent increase annually thereafter. There would also be an additional one-time impact fee of $200,000.
The entire agenda can be found on the city's Web site here.