A “world-class freezer facility” could be coming to Seabrook depending on if City Council gives the go-ahead at its July 2 meeting, city agenda documents show.

What you need to know

Among a few key items Seabrook City Council will consider at its meeting, one involves a joint meeting with the city’s planning and zoning commission, or P&Z, to determine whether a roughly 135,000-square-foot freezer warehouse can set up shop in town.

The project would go on roughly 7 acres of land off Old Hwy. 146, city documents show. As part of the meeting, city staff will also have a presentation on the item.

Also on the agenda

Under “New Business,” City Council will consider a budget amendment for the city’s funds related to the American Rescue Plan Act. Documents show City Council will consider allocating around $632,000 to park upgrades.

Officials will also consider approving the creation of a new committee for boats and watercrafts, documents show. The resolution for the item states the city “recognizes the need to address issues related to derelict boats, mooring and other marine-related concerns.”

Stay tuned

Seabrook City Council will meet at 5 p.m., first for the joint meeting with P&Z, then for its regular meeting, on July 2 at City Council chambers, 1700 First St., Seabrook, according to the city’s website.