Lynchburg City Council has begun the review process of the current policy for reimbursing residential and commercial developers, but work still needs to be done regarding code requirements. At a retreat on Monday, Council discussed incentives for future projects for developers; and debating guidelines for negotiating with the city for payments for amenities that benefit the public. According to the News & Advance, City Manager Kimball Payne suggested nixing several city code requirements for developer reimbursements. No final decisions were made Monday. Members plan to review the matter in upcoming months.