Florida lawmakers will return to the Capitol on Dec. 4 for the last round of committee meetings before the 2018 legislative session starts in January.
The House and Senate have scheduled meetings over four days, including meetings Dec. 4 and Dec. 7 of the House Select Committee on Hurricane Response and Preparedness.
The panel has been looking at a series of issues after Hurricane Irma and is expected to start moving forward with recommendations in December.
Appropriations committees in both chambers also likely will discuss Gov. Rick Scott's proposed $87.4 billion budget for 2018-2019.
The proposal, released this week, is an initial step as lawmakers prepare to negotiate a budget during the 2018 session, which starts Jan. 9.