The ordinance has received attention during the past week because it will allow the sale of beer and wine outdoors.
Each city council meeting includes a session in which citizens can publicly address council. A group opposing the ordinance has already announced its intentions to speak out against the proposed measure during this time.
Anyone wishing to address council should come before the meeting begins at 7 p.m. Monday and sign up to speak.
Also receiving second reading at Monday night’s meeting is the city’s sign ordinance.
Council will also be asked to approve a resolution to enter into a one-year contract with Dunburks Premier Events to plan and manage special events for the city and a resolution proclaiming March as American Red Cross Month in Easley.
The meeting will be held at the Law Enforcement Center, 220 Northwest Main Street, Easley.