JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. - It has been one week since a massive brawl at Jacksonville Beach.
Ever since it happened, there have been concerns about whether the beach is safe enough.
Now, many of those concerns are expected to come to a head at the Jacksonville Beach City Council meeting on Monday at 7 p.m.
The brawl is not specifically mentioned on the council agenda, but the city does allow public comments during the meeting.
Many people have told First Coast News that following the brawl they feel more needs to be done to prevent a similar situation.
Those wishing to speak at the meeting must submit a request at the city clerk's office beforehand.
The necessary paperwork is located at the entrance to the council chambers.
It is unclear if the city will take any formal action Monday night in response to the brawl.
City leaders have said previously they will be vigilant in adding more police to the beach, especially with 4th of July fireworks returning this year.
Meanwhile, the brawl remains under investigation, and police have made no arrests.
First Coast News