The pay-as-you-go sales tax will be used again as the Conway City Council will consider authorizing funds to purchase two new motorcycles for the Conway Police Department.

The council will address this and several other measures at its regularly scheduled meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the District Court Building.

The council had previously approved nearly $500,000 from the tax to purchase 10 fully equipped police units. The city received a reimbursement of about $60,000 for part of the CNG conversion package for the vehicles.

If the council approves the ordinance, the money would go toward two motorcycles and for vehicle expenses.

In other business, the council will:

• hold a public hearing to discuss closing a portion of street right of way located at the west end of Collins Drive in Cresthaven Phase 2 subdivision.

• consider resolutions requesting the Faulkner County Tax Collector place a certified lien against various properties for incurred expenses by the City of Conway.

• consider right of way purchase for the Prince Street Improvements for Tract 7 (Holiday Park Partnership) located at the northeast corner of Prince Street & Holiday Drive.

• consider an ordinance to rezone property located at 2630 & 2600 Muskogee Road from C-3 to I-3.

• consider an ordinance appropriating funds for expenses related to District Court automation.

• consider an ordinance appropriating funds & accepting reimbursement/restitution funds from various entities for the Conway Police Department.

• consider an ordinance authorizing funds through pay as you go sales tax for the Conway Police Department for vehicle expenses and two fully equipped motorcycles.

— consider to approve the monthly financials reporting ending Sept. 30, 2012.