CALEXICO — Under flags flying at half-staff, the City Council and the Chamber of Commerce will conduct a unity ceremony before Tuesday's City Council meeting for the victims of the attacks on the United States last week.
The ceremony will begin at 6 p.m. in front of City Hall, 608 Heber Ave.
City officials will address those who gather and there will be an opportunity to show support for the firefighters and other rescue workers by singing, holding hands and joining in prayer, according to Hildy Carrillo-Rivera, chamber executive director.
After the ceremony, the council will conduct its scheduled meeting, discussing Nosotros Park and the possible repeal of a city ordinance that allows for voluntary campaign expenditure limits.
The council will also discuss providing assistance to the victims of Tuesday's attack.
The council will meet in City Hall's council chambers at 6:30 p.m.
The first item on Tuesday's agenda relates to the public library.