On Sept. 12, commissioners instructed Polk and his representatives to meet with neighbors about their concerns.
Polk has refused to meet with neighbors and did not attend a meeting last Monday at city hall involving planner David Guntert and four neighborhood representatives.
Neighborhood officials have expressed concern with Polk's refusal to meet and anticipate a battle Tuesday night -- and possibly a lawsuit against the city if the plan is denied.
Polk already has applied for a demolition permit needed to raze the smokehouse and home at 406 E. Ninth. The city received the application Sept. 13, meaning a decision must be made by Oct. 13.