1. Presentation to the Washburn University’s Lady Blues Basketball Team and Coach Ron McHenry.
II. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
1. Consider quitclaim deed for property purchased by County at tax sale and transferred to different owner several years ago.
2. Consider Contract C148-2005 for professional services for the Cherry Creek North, Phase III Shawnee County Main Sewer District No. 4, Lateral District No. 5 project.
3. Consider Contract C149-2005 for professional services for the Cherry Creek North, Phase III street benefit district.
4. Consider acceptance of temporary and permanent drainage easements for the Cherry Creek North Phase II Subdivision.
5. Acknowledge receipt of overtime report for Information Technology and Emergency Communications.
6. Consider Resolution No. 2005-54 authorizing the County Clerk to cancel checks—Commissioner Miller.
7. Consider Contracts C150-2005 and C151-2005 for online real estate data search services.
8. Consider two line item adjustments for the YMCA After-School Mentoring and Leadership Programs at Shawnee Heights and Seaman—Community Corrections.
IV. NEW BUSINESS
1. Consider voucher payments.
2. Consider correction orders.
B. BOND COUNSEL – Bob Perry
1. Acknowledge receipt of the petition to create Sherwood Estates Subdivision No. 63 street benefit district and consider Resolution No. 2005-55 creating the district—Commissioner Miller.
2. Public Hearing and consider Resolution No. 2005-56 creating a sewer benefit district in Cherry Creek North Subdivision—Commissioner Miller
3. Consider Resolution No. 2005-57 continuing the Sedgwick County-Shawnee County single family mortgage revenue bond program.
C. AUDIT FINANCE – Marti Leisinger
1. Consider expenditure from the risk management reserve fund for repair to a Sheriff’s vehicle.
D. PARKS AND RECREATION – John Knight
1. Consider request to negotiate a contract with Fireworks Spectacular for pyrotechnical services for the Spirit of Kansas 2005.
E. FACILITIES MANAGEMENT - Jon Forrestt
1. Consider request for additional expenditure for additional work on the 400-ton centrifugal chiller that services the Courthouse.
V. ADMINISTRATIVE COMMUNICATIONS
VI. EXECUTIVE SESSIONS