Nearly two weeks ago, Sam Wiseman said he never had spoken at a Casper City Council meeting.

And after the Natrona County District Attorney's Office declined May 8 to press a charge of an alleged assault brought by the wife of City Manager John Patterson, Wiseman said he would never attend a council meeting again.

But at the council's meeting at 6 p.m. today in City Hall, he will speak to the council, according to the council's agenda. However, neither agenda nor the documents accompanying it do not indicate what he will be saying.

In other business, the council will conduct a public hearing about creating the 39.45-acre Harmony Hills Addition No. 2, which would be southeast of Wyoming Boulevard and South Poplar Street.

Council also will consider three resolutions to authorize three construction agreements: $1,859,000 with Ramshorn Construction for the Country Club Road improvements project; $292,990 with GSG Architecture for design and construction administration for the Casper Fire Station No. 6 replacement project; and $1,237,089 for the Hogadon Ski Patrol and Maintenance Shop project.

Ramshorn's bid for Country Club Road improvements project was not the lowest qualified bidder of those submitted by six companies, all local.

The lowest bid was $1,530,728 from Hedquist Construction. Council usually accepts the lowest bid unless it is not in the best interest of the city. The agenda states Hedquist Construction has underperformed on four city projects.

Council has scheduled four hours for tonight's meeting.