The Flagstaff City Council will meet tonight at City Hall. Council will discuss an ordinance to enter a fifth amendment to a development agreement with Nestle Purina. In 2016 the city and the company entered an agreement in which Nestle Purina would work on odor mitigation from the plant into the east side of city, in return for property tax relief for the company. Phase One has been completed and it has achieved a 44-percent odor reduction, exceeding the original plan of 37.5-percent. Nestle-Purina remains committed to getting to 50-percent odor reduction and plans to during Phase Two. The city can either agree to the new amendment, or reject it which would mean the company would return $400-thousand dollars to the city without any further odor mitigation. Council will also discuss the old city work yard property. The evening council session starts at 6 p.m.