The Flagstaff City Council is back in a regular season Tuesday afternoon at City Hall. One of the items on the agenda will be an ordinance that would authorize the purchase of easements and parcels that would extend FUTS trails and other open space that has been ear marked for acquisition by the city. The money that will be used for the purchases will come from the 2004 Neighborhood Open Space and Flagstaff Urban Trail System Land Acquisition Bond Priorities. The bond provides a total of $7.6-million for the purchase of land that falls under the bond’s guidelines. Some of the 18 open space parcels include: Picture Canyon Trial, Hemberg Forest Access, Elks Lodge Trail, Foxglenn Trail, South 89 Trail and Route 66 Trail, among others. The price tag is estimated to be $1.9-million, with about two-million to spend. The meeting starts at 3 p.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall. Limited seating is available, or you can watch it online on the city’s website.