LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday is expected to vote on a resolution seeking to expand the city’s anti-camping law to include two locations in Woodland Hills.

The matter had been scheduled for a vote on Tuesday but was postponed until Wednesday.

Councilman Bob Blumenfield introduced the resolution, which seeks to expand the city’s anti-camping law, known as section 41.18, to incorporate 5400 Alhama Drive and 5416 Comercio Way.

The law allows the city to designate specified areas for enforcement to prevent sitting, lying, sleeping, storing, maintaining, placing personal property and otherwise obstructing the public right-of-way.

The resolution calls for relevant city departments with jurisdiction over those two streets to post notices and begin enforcement once the posting period ends.