Port Huron City Council will meet this evening and are expected to hear comments on the request of Graphtek, Inc. located on 16th Street, for an Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate. Following the hearing, Council will consider that resolution to approve the request for tax exception for six years on personal property and twelve years on real property. City Council is also expected to schedule a public hearing for June 24 about moving city elections from odd to even years, in order to coincide with more state and national elections which will help to save on costs. According to reports the cost of an election in the city is about $20,000. This amount is expected to be lower if elections are held in conjunction with state and national elections. Council members elected this November would hold a 3 year term rather than the standard 2 year term. Meeting begins tonight at 7:00 p.m. at the Municipal Office Center.