II. Unfinished Business
III. Consent Agenda
1. Acknowledge receipt of a report certifying that the Ambulance Compliance Officer has found AMR in compliance with the response parameters and requirements for May 2017 and that AMR will be fined an amount of $750.00 for long responses in four different zones—Emergency Management.
IV. New Business
A. COUNTY CLERK – Cynthia Beck
1. Consider all voucher payments.
2. Consider correction orders.
B. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT – Dusty Nichols
1. Consider approval of request to waive Shawnee County Code Sections, 21-58, 21-55(c), 21-253(A), and 21-252(F) to allow use of Shelter House #6 overnight as part of Operation Pegasus.
C. CORRECTIONS – Brian Cole
1. Consider authorization and execution of Contract C214-2017, Memorandum of Agreement with USD 501, Topeka Police Dept., and Kansas Children’s Service League, to establish better discernment and collaboration between community agencies that are involved in the referral of students with school-based unwanted behaviors to law enforcement or the juvenile justice system.
D. HEALTH DEPT. – Linda Ochs
1. Consider authorization and execution of Contract C215-2017 with the Kansas Dept. of Health and Environment awarding $956,968.00 in grant funding for the 2018 state fiscal year.
E. FACILITIES MAINTENANCE—Bill Kroll
1. Consider approval of request to utilize contingency funding to pay Minnesota Elevator Inc. for emergency repair of Courthouse Elevator #4 in an amount of $1,700.50.
1. Consider reappointment of Kent Reed, Frank Henderson, Jr., and Walter Schoemaker to the Community Corrections Board for two years expiring June 30, 2019.
2. Consider reappointment of Max Wilson and Sue Lockett to the Juvenile Corrections Advisory Board for three years expiring June 30, 2020.
3. Consider reappointment of Mike Wilson to the MTAA Board retroactive to December 1 of 2016 and expiring on November 30, 2019.
4. Consider reappointment of Larry Wilson to the Community Action Board for a two year term expiring June 26, 2019.
V. Administrative Communications
VI. Executive Sessions