Haskell City Council is scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. Monday at City Hall.
After hearing regular departmental reports from water/wastewater, streets, fire and rescue, police, court and code enforcement, council members will discuss one piece of old business and two new items.
Included will be a discussion of a park improvement project bid.
Outdated equipment and vehicles that had accumulated for several years were disposed of Thursday in an auction of surplus property owned by the city of Benton.
Various vehicles, outdated computer equipment, power tools and electronics had reached the end of their useful life, city officials said. As a result, an auction was planned to dispose of the inventory.
Mayor David Mattingly described the process used to make the decision to auction the property.