The Rochester City Council will hold a special meeting on Tuesday to discuss funding for infrastructure improvements to expand the Market Basket plaza. Economic Development Manager and Deputy City Manager Karen Pollard said discussions with both Market Basket and Stonewall Kitchen, who are located in the plaza, resulted with the two companies agreeing to contribute $1 million total toward extending and improving capacity of sewer and water systems, as the expansion project would require improvements to those systems.Pollard said that the potential 25,000-square-feet expansion to the plaza could attract about 100 new jobs. The City Council will hold a special meeting Tuesday to discuss contribution funds for infrastructure improvements allowing for that expansion. The city is being asked to contribute just over $941,00 toward those infrastructure improvements. The city may be eligible for a 50 percent EDA grant toward the project, amounting to $1,941,100, that according to Pollard. Tuesday night’s meeting will take place at 7 p.m. in the council chambers at City Hall.