The Flagstaff City Council didn’t have a lot on the agenda Tuesday night, but the topics carried some weight. A citizen’s petition was presented to council to request them to pass a resolution supporting the impeachment of President Trump. The petition did not move forward as only one councilperson, Eva Putzova, wanted to talk about the possibility further. The rest didn’t. Council also heard a presentation by ECONA’s John Stigmon about a report they did on the current state of affordable housing in Flagstaff. Currently to afford a two-bedroom apartment to rent, a family should make 57-thousand dollars a year in order to afford it. The average rental price in Flagstaff is 14-hundred a month, which is 400-dollars a month above the national average. The study also showed that 51-percent of the households living in Flagstaff are low income, 22-percent of that group is extreme low income. Stigmon offered suggestions on what the city can do to help increase the number of affordable housing units in Flagstaff, but it would take some time.