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BOARD OF FRANKLIN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Wednesday, March 8, 2017 | 8:30 a.m.
TO BE HELD IN THE ANNEX COMMISSION CHAMBERS
Waymire Howard Dunn Oglesby Renoud
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Invocation Led By Pastor Leonard Cheasbro, New Life In Christ Church, Ottawa.
CORRESPONDENCE & ORGANIZATIONAL BUSINESS
A citizen desiring to speak on an item not on the agenda may do so at this time. Discussion is limited to five minutes and the Commission will not take action or discuss items at this time. Discussion should be limited to matters of County Commission business and public comment is not permitted in regard to personnel matters or on pending legal matters. Items introduced under 'Public Comment' may become agenda items at a later date.
Items listed on the 'Consent Agenda' are considered routine and shall be enacted by one motion of the Board of Commissioners with no separate discussion. If separate discussion is desired by a member of the Governing Body, that item may be removed from the 'Consent Agenda' and placed on the regular agenda 'Items of Business.'
Consider And Approve Franklin County Commission Meeting Minutes For Mar. 1, 2017 and Study Session Minutes for Mar. 6, 2017.
Consider And Approve Claim Vouchers And Tax Change Orders.
ITEMS OF BUSINESS:
Consider for Approval offering the KPERS 457 ROTH plan as a retirement option. Gayla Wilkins, Human Resources Director
Consider for Approval a 50%-50% split between the Franklin County Health Department and general county fund for cost of each of three bicycle racks to be installed at three locations. Midge Ransom, Health Department Director
Consider for Approval Rezoning Application #1612-1444 (Reed) to rezone approximately 15.41 acres from an A-1 (Agriculture) Zoning District to an R-E (Residential Estate) Zoning District. Larry Walrod, Planning & Building Director
Consider for Approval Rezoning Application #1612-1445 (Reed) to rezone approximately 30.00 acres from an A-1 (Agriculture) Zoning District to an A-2 (Transitional Agriculture) Zoning District. Larry Walrod, Planning & Building Director