Looks like city council in Port Huron will have a busy December meeting in terms of development proposals. That’s the word from City Manager James Freed who spoke Tuesday morning to fellow members of the city's Downtown Development Authority. Included in the list of proposals are revised agreements for the former YMCA property, finalization for plans at City Flats, and development agreements for the former Sperry's building which is destined to be a mutable theater location. Freed says that project is back on a positive side now after having been in the 50-50 realm of possibilities in the last several months. Updates were also given at the Tuesday morning meeting on the nearly complete hotel along Water Street and of the recent ok for the transfer of the McMorran Pavillion to the St. Clair County Community College.