The Goldsboro City Council will consider a $118,390 contract for reconstruction work at the former W.A. Foster Center during its meeting tonight.

The reconstruction of rooms inside the Leslie Street building is part of a larger effort to restore the 1938 building for future community use. In September, the council approved spending up to $200,000 to restore the building, which includes replacing part of the roof, repairing the gymnasium and game room, installing a new heating and air conditioning system and asbestos removal.

Work started on the building in October, following a city contract for asbestos removal.

The reconstruction project is budgeted for $88,775, which will require council approval to use $29,615 in fund balance reserves. Billy Brock Construction is recommended by staff for the work.

The contract will be reviewed during the council's regular 7 p.m. meeting in City Hall, 214 N. Center St.

During the meeting, the council will consider a $434,792 contract with the Century Slate Co. to replace the roof on Union Station and a $38,314 contract with R. Tadd Furrow for engineering services. The contract is part of a cost-share agreement with the N.C. Department of Transportation, with DOT and the city each paying half the cost.

The project requires the use of $258,293 in city fund balance reserves and

Also during the meeting, the council will consider:

A $17,080 contract with Pearson Pump for final repairs at the Westbrook Pump Station related to Hurricane Matthew damage.

Site and landscape plans for J.M. Fields Apartments, on Olivia Lane near Poplar Street, for a six-unit apartment complex, which will provide short-term transitional housing for people referred by the Salvation Army and Easpointe Human Services.

Site and landscape plans for a 9,800-square-foot medical office building along Hospital Road, near Medical Office Place, which is off Wayne Memorial Drive. A single-story building is proposed on the vacant 1.75-acre site. The medical building is planned to become Fresenius Kidney Care, according to architectural drawings.

A rezoning request to change an office-residential district to a residential conditional district on Glennwood Trail, near Ash Street, that will allow the development of two duplex apartment buildings.

The council will also meet at 5 p.m. in the City Hall annex, at 200 N. Center St., for a work session.