The City Council tomorrow is scheduled to consider Councilor Tito Jackson's request to force Boston 2024 officials to show up with a copy of two chapters of their original Olympic bid that they don't want anybody to see.
The council typically does not vote on requests on their first airing, but instead sends them to a council committee for a hearing first. Jackson, who says he wants to see what Boston 2024 committed the city to pay for - and which politicians it says supported the initial bid, said yesterday he expects his request to be referred to the committee of the whole - which is a committee that consists of every council member.
Over the past year, councilors have turned to subpoenas - or the threat of them - to compel several people to appear before its committees.
The council's meeting begins at noon in its fifth-floor chambers in City Hall.