South Boston Town Council is slated to consider authorization to purchase equipment using American Rescue Plan Act funds when they meet Monday at 7 p.m. in council chambers on Yancey Street.

Last month, council solidified plans for the $3,936,338 in American Rescue Plan Act funds the town received.

A multi-year housing project in Westside is in the works, and town employees received a Christmas bonus for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The town will use the majority of its ARPA funding - $3,336,338 – for a Westside housing project that will entail razing the trailers at Westside Trailer Park and building new housing.

In other action, council plans to receive its monthly finance report and fiscal year 2020-2021 audit report.

Council also is slated to adopt its 2022 town council meeting schedule.

Two resolutions also are expected to be before schedule.

One resolution is to honor deputy fire chief Dwight Spangler with the South Boston Fire Department upon his retirement.

The other resolution is to honor Field Thomas for his 21-years of service on the South Boston Planning Commission.

If needed, South Boston Town Council will go into closed session at the end of the meeting to discuss personnel matters.