City Council's final session before a three-month summer recess is under way with a slew of legislation up for final votes.  Among all those bills are four of interest:

Councilman Bill Green's legislation to add more regulations to the use of Dumpsters.

Green's legislation to allow for the interior of buildings to be designated as historic.  This bill was written to help preserve the interior of the Boyd Theater at 19th and Chestnut streets.

Councilwoman Maria Quinones Sanchez's legislation to give consumers options when supermarkets or drug stores sell them expired goods.

Councilmen Frank DiCicco's and Jim Kenney's legislation to ban the use of plastic bags by supermarkets and drug stores.

UPDATE: Here's the result of those votes:

* The dumpster legislation was held.
* Historic designation passed 14-2.
* The expired goods bill passed 16-0.
* Plastic bags legislation failed to pass 6-10.