Monday night’s meeting of the Sonoma City Council should be a relatively quiet one.

The meeting agenda contains just two items slated for discussion and possible action by the council: a proposal to reestablish a Business Improvement Matching Funds program using money from the now-defunct Sonoma Community Development Agency, and a possible vote of support for the county’s Health and Sustainable Food Action Plan. Neither issue is known to be highly controversial.

A public hearing also is scheduled Monday to discuss work done on the driveway of a property in the 600 block of Third Street West. The city’s Planning Commission already ruled on that work, and city staff recommends that council members uphold the ruling.

The consent calendar – which usually is approved without comment – contains a city ordinance modifying the rules that govern bicycle riding on city sidewalks. Since that ordinance already has been discussed and voted on, it is not expected that council members will reopen the issue.

Monday’s regular council meeting begins at 6 p.m. in the Community Meeting Room, 177 First St. W.