Dorothy "Dot" McCall, who soon will remove her name from the upcoming council race, will join the city's utilities commission.
She will replace Kevin Pharris, who said he is leaving the board to become a full-time supervisor in the city utilities de-partment.
In announcing the changes, Mayor William H. Thomason said he would appoint former Council-woman Brenda Huffman to replace Jim Blain, who will be leaving the council, the result of moving out of the city.
Thomason said he would announce McCall's replacement "as soon as I can contact him and ask him to do it."
He said the person he had in mind had served in a similar capacity before.
The council approved the changes, with McCall not voting. All the changes are expected to be done by early March.
As it has in the past following heavy rains, the council heard complaints of "rivers of water and flooding" in yards around Quail Run Subdivision off Sunbeam Road.
Judy Warren, 130 Boone White Road, told the council she couldn't have any kind of yard ornaments or landscaping, including gravel on her driveway, because all of it is "washed away every time it rains."
She appealed for the city to help with the problem, but Thomason said fixing the drainage to her satisfaction would cost in the neighborhood of $1 million, "and it's unfair to ask taxpayers to foot that bill on private property."
Thomason said he and the council would go to Warren's home to see whether or not something could be done, "but we could only work on city right-of-way, not on private property."
Both the council and the utilities commission set plans to go to Frankfort Thursday to explore grants that might be available for the city's nearly $3.5 million sewer system upgrade.
In other action, the council: