The Fort Smith Board of Directors will consider Tuesday rezoning property near the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith to allow for campus ministry housing.

Central Christian Church is asking that 7.95 acres at 400 N. Waldron Road, 5403 Park Ave. and 5505 Park Ave. be rezoned to allow for campus ministry housing for students.

The board will also consider:

• An ordinance amending the master land use plan map from residential detached to residential attached and rezoning property from transitional to residential multifamily medium density at 5818 and 5904 Jenny Lind Place.

• An ordinance rezoning property at 8101-8207 Donnington Court and 9500-9612 Shire Valley Court from residential single family medium/high density to planned zoning district.

• An ordinance rezoning property at 8108-8200 Donnington Court and 9505-9519 Shire Valley Court from residential single family medium/high density to residential single family high density.

• An ordinance amending the master land use plan map from not classified to general commercial and rezoning property at at 12309 and 12319 Old Highway 71 from not zoned to commercial moderate and amending the zoning map.

• A resolution setting public hearing date on petition to vacate a portion of a street right of way and portion of an alley in Jefferson Place, an addition to Fort Smith (North 31st Street – formerly Lawrence Avenue).

• Three ordinances amending the human resources policy for non-uniformed employees — the employee assistance program, the substance abuse and drug free workplace, tuition reimbursement.

• An ordinance approving Winston’s Pipe and Cigar, LLC d/b/a 906 Lounge by Winston’s to file an application with the Alcohol Beverage Control Division to obtain a 2 a.m. private club permit to sell liquor, wine and beer.

The Board of Directors' meeting will be 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Fort Smith Public Schools Service Center, Building B, 3205 Jenny Lind Road. There will be a town hall meeting immediately following the adjournment of the regular meeting when residents may speak to the board for up to five minutes each.