The Flagstaff City Council is back in session Tuesday night after coming back from summer break. The council will be back in the newly renovated council chambers in city hall. The docket isn’t large for Tuesday’s 6 p.m. meeting, however a citizen’s petition will be considered. A petition is requesting consideration of council action to designate the Schultz Pass property as open space. The area in question was recently talked about as a possible location for future affordable housing. The petition needed 25 signatures to be moved to the council for direction. However, the group collected over 21-hundred signatures. Council will also discuss three future agenda item requests. Councilwoman Barotz wants a discussion on noise at city events close to neighborhoods, councilman Odegaard wants a discussion on a listening tour with the Flagstaff business community and a citizen’s petition is requesting railroad crossing horns be taken down at Fanning and Steve’s Boulevard and be replaced with quiet zone crossings. The first session begins at 4:30 p.m., while the second session starts at 6 p.m.