A public hearing regarding McGrath Partners’ plan to build a commercial and residential living community east of Whole Foods on Butler will continue at tonight’s city council meeting. Affordable housing and traffic build up seemed to be the two main issues regarding the development during prior discussions. Before any building can happen, the developers will have to rezone the land from light and heavy industrial to highway commercial and high density residential. Also on the agenda is a plan for Flag Holdings to create a tiny house village on West Fourth Street which will include 24 manufactured homes, six trailers, and a community center. The tiny house village could be an affordable housing option in Flagstaff. Coming up in March, a competitive predator hunt will be held east of Flagstaff, in which hunters will be rewarded for however many animals they kill. Council will discuss a resolution opposing the Competitive Predator Hunt. All of these issues will be discussed in the 6 p.m. portion of the meeting at City Hall.