The St. Helena City Council will continue reviewing the latest draft of the General Plan at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 27, at Vintage Hall.

The council will also consider two appeals: first, of the Planning Commission’s denial of a wine tasting room proposed for 1234 Main St., formerly On the Vine; and second, of the Tree Committee’s denial of James Healy’s request to plant 12 olive trees in the city right-of-way in front of his vineyard at 1888 Madrona Ave.

There will also be discussions of water, the short-term rental ordinance, the termination last year of the city’s contract with Napa County Animal Control, and the library’s participation in the Solano/Napa partnership known as SNAP.

The St. Helena Chamber of Commerce will give a presentation on its efforts to promote St. Helena.

Police Chief Jackie Rubin and Catalyst Coalition coordinator Lisa Toller will give a presentation on e-cigarettes, marijuana and raves.

The agenda is still tentative, and some items could be added or removed before the final agenda is posted later this week.

The council could schedule a special meeting on the morning of Wednesday, May 28, to continue its discussion of the city budget. Check StHelenaStar.com and CityOfStHelena.org for information about the meeting’s time and location.

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