The Labor Day holiday pushed Quincy's regularly scheduled City Council meeting back to Tuesday night.
The Quincy Police Department has three resolutions on the agenda that, if passed, would affect the equipment used by officers.
Most notably, Police Chief Rob Copley is recommending the council approve a two-year maintenance agreement for QPD's in-car cameras.
QPD says it's used dash cams for about the last 10 years.
This two-year agreement would cost a little more than $4,500.
The Police Department is also working on approval to buy about $5,000 worth of chemical ammunition and almost $4,000 worth of equipment from a company that specializes in tasers.
The City Council meeting will take place at 7:30 p.m.