The Flagstaff City Council will be discussing and taking public comment on two ordinances pertaining to phase one of the NAH Health Village Tuesday afternoon. The new campus is planned to include a new 700-thousand square-foot hospital, ambulatory services and a future Health and Wellness Village. The complex will be located on nearly 173 acres just north of Fort Tuthill County Park and just to the west of Interstate-17. Officials say the current campus has served well, but offers some significant challenges and restrictions to NAH’s ability to further prepare for the next generation of healthcare needs. Last week the Flagstaff Planning and Zoning Commission voted against the phase one plan, and the rezoning, however that is just a recommendation to council. The construction of the large project is expected to bring jobs and additional revenue to the city. The meeting is set for 3 p.m. in Council Chambers. If you can’t attend the meeting, you can watch it on the city’s website.