Dot Foods is the big public interest item for the Bullhead City Council meeting on Tuesday, February 7. The Council is asked to approve a development agreement that has the city providing incentives for the company considering building a food redistribution facility.

The city is also asked to contributed $50,000 to the community college program that will help train Dot Foods truck drivers.

The council is also asked to approve a 40 unit apartment complex during its meeting that starts at 5:30 p.m.