III. NEW BUSINESS
A. COUNTY CLERK – Cynthia Beck
1. Consider voucher payments.
2. Consider correction orders.
B. AUDIT FINANCE- Trinket Harding
1. Consider recommendation of an audit firm to conduct Health Agency, County audits, and the Health Agency’s cost rate calculations for years 2003 and 2004.
C. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY- Bill Singer
1. Consider encumbering funds for the purchase of multiple forms from Distribution Management Technology, Inc.
2. Consider request to purchase modular furniture for the North Annex.
D. COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS- Dina Pennington
1. Consider FY 05 JJA Block Grant Prevention funding application.
E. PUBLIC WORKS- Lynn Couch
1. Consider project budgets for the replacement of six bridges currently listed on the Shawnee County Capital Improvement Program, 2003 through 2008.
2. Consider Resolution 2003-188 authorizing the streetlight at 45th and Shawnee Heights Road to be reinstalled-Commissioner Miller.
1. Consider Resolution 2003-189 for the allocation of 2004 Social Service Funds, Service Program for the Elderly Funds and Special Alcohol-Drug Program Funds- Commissioner Miller.
1. Consider Resolutions 2003-190 and 2003-191, authorizing the County Clerk to cancel checks- Commissioner Miller.
2. Consider acceptance of a permanent drainage easement for the SW Urish Road, culvert over Tributary to Six- Mile Creek project.
3. Acknowledge receipt of correspondence from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment concerning a proposed permit to operate a wastewater treatment facility for Fairview Farms Meat Company.
4. Consider Change Order No. 1 for the Shawnee County Main Sewer District No. 85 Lateral Sanitary Sewer District No. 2 project.
5. Consider acceptance of the permanent right-of-way and temporary construction easements for the NW 62nd St., NW Docking Road to NW Hoch Road project and authorization to pay the property owners the agreed settlement amount.
6. Consider Change Order No. 3 for the Sherwood regional sewage treatment plant upgrade/expansion project.
V. ADMINISTRATIVE COMMUNICATIONS
VI. EXECUTIVE SESSIONS