BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, AGENDA FOR MEETING

THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2001, 9:00 a.m., ROOM B-11, COURTHOUSE

When addressing the commission, please state your name and address for the record.

  1. PROCLAMATIONS/RECOGNITION
  1. Present plaque to Jim Hagan upon his retirement from the Department of Corrections.
  1. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

 

  1. NEW BUSINESS
  1. COUNTY CLERK – Cynthia Beck
  1. Consider voucher payments.
  1. Consider correction orders.
  1. BOND COUNSEL – Jon Small
  1. Consider Home Rule Resolution No. 2001-3 authorizing certain improvements at Lake Shawnee and the financing therefore.
  2. Consider Resolution No. 2001-63 authorizing the preparation of a preliminary official statement and the sale of the County’s General Obligation Bonds Series 2001-A, Series 2001-B and Temporary Notes Series 2001-1.
  1. SHERIFF’S DEPT. – Sheriff Barta
  1. Consider request for out-of-state travel for one deputy to attend training offered by the Drug Enforcement Administration.
  2. Consider request for out-of-state travel for one deputy to attend armorer school

  1. PUBLIC WORKS – Mike Sease
  1. Consider Contract C77-2001 with the City of Topeka to provide billing of the Sherwood Regional Sewer District sewer service fees on the Water Sewer Refuse system.
  2. Consider acceptance of easements necessary for the construction and maintenance of streets in the Kelshar Ridge Estates Subdivision No. 2 project.
  3. Consider acceptance of easements necessary for the construction and maintenance of sanitary sewers and streets in the Clarion Lakes Subdivision.
  1. HEALTH AGENCY – Anne Freeze
  1. Consider Contract C78-2001 to provide Visa/Mastercard services at the Main Clinic.
  1. PARKS AND RECREATION – John Knight
  1. Consider Contract C79-2001 for operation of the Lake Shawnee Car Show to be held on May 20, 2001.
  2. Consider Contract C80-2001 for operation of the Great Plains Rowing Championships to be held on April 28 and 29, 2001.
  1. RECYCLING DEPARTMENT
  1. Consider Contract C81-2001 with Oakleaf Waste management to set an eight yard cardboard container at the Petco Store.
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  3. Consider request to donate $1,000.00 from the Recycling budget to the Kansas Association for Conservation and Environmental Education for Project Wet.
  1. CONSENT AGENDA
  1. Acknowledge receipt of correspondence from Parks and Recreation notifying the Commission of a grant award from the National Football League Youth Football program in the amount of $500.00.
  2. Consider Resolution No. 2001-9 as previously approved on 1-25-01 and Findings and Conclusions authorizing a conditional use permit for Webb and Julie Garlinghouse Lake Edun property.
  3. Consider Resolution No. 2001-59 as amended due to incorrect draft being placed on the March 26 agenda (change in the 4th paragraph with the addition of "subject to the normal purchasing procedures as set out in Home Rule Resolution No. 97-10).
  4. Consider letter to the YMCA supporting their mission in providing services to the community.
  5. Acknowledge receipt of correspondence from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment regarding payments on sewer project.
  6. Acknowledge receipt of Summons in Case No. 021C300—Bank of America NA vs. Board of County Commissioners, et al.; and Case No. 01C3003—First Union National Bank of North Carolina vs. Board of County Commissioners of Shawnee County, et al.
  7. Acknowledge receipt of Expocentre Board meeting agenda of March 28, 2001 and minutes of the February 28 meeting.
  8. Acknowledge receipt of Summons in Case No. 01-3101-GTV—Daniel L. Hysten v. Board of County Commissioners of the County of Shawnee, et al.
  9. Consider emergency vehicle permits for Ray Jackson, Shawn Lucas, Kevin Daubenspeck, Marc Folsom, Gary Critchlow, Timmy Atkins, Roger Flott, Karl McNorton, and M. Scott Price.
  1. ADMINISTRATIVE COMMUNICATIONS
  2. EXECUTIVE SESSIONS

 

 

NOTE: THE NEXT COMMISSION MEETING WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 2001; THE APRIL 2nd MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO SCHEDULE CONFLICT