While it's not a new topic in Wheeling, it is certainly a controversial one.
City council will hear legislation Tuesday afternoon on the two police officer per cruiser law.
Three years ago, a petition to repeal the law made it to court, but it died before making it to the ballot.
A decision will be made soon on whether or not to put it on the ballot for voters to decided if it needs to be repealed. Adding the topic to Novembers national election ballot will have no cost to taxpayers, whereas a private election could cost as much as $40,000.
City council is also expected to vote on whether or not a new lunchtime eatery will be approved for Wheeling's Heritage Port.
The establishment is called the Depot Bikery and has already seen customers come and go at the soft opening held last week.
If council approves the final plans for the eatery, the grand opening will be held Wednesday, August 8.