ENTERPRISE — The latest on a proposed bicycle pump track will be discussed by the Enterprise City Council when it meets tonight, Monday, May 9, at City Hall.

The council meeting will begin at 6 p.m. with a work session to discuss training sessions for councilors that are to begin in July.

When the regular meeting begins at 6:30, Angela Mart, president of the Wallowa Mountains Bicycle Club, is on the agenda to continue discussing plans for a pump track in town. Several sites have been considered that have not proven suitable. Mart has met with city officials to continue consideration for an appropriate site and will continue that discussion tonight.

Also on tonight’s agenda is the continuation of the possibility of installing an electric vehicle charging station on Main Street. City Administrator Lacey McQuead will lead that discussion.

McQuead also will lead the discussion of a regional Main Street program.

The agenda also lists an upcoming Budget Committee meeting for Wednesday, May 11.

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