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Atchison County Commisssion Meeting

Commission Room
Courthouse
423 North 5th Street
Atchison, KansasĀ  66002
January 19, 2021
WORKSHOP AGENDA

Chairman Jack Bower, 1st District

Commissioner Eric Noll, 2nd District

Commissioner Casey Quinn, 3rd District
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10:00A.M.

ZOOM MEETING ID # 969 0100 9677

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Topics up for discussion

2.I.

Kenny Blair, And Lonnie Martin, Cook Flatt & Strobel Engineers

Update on NextEra Transmission Line Project
2.II.

Justin Noll, Public Works Director

Departmental Update
2.III.

Corey Scott, Emergency Medical Services Director

Firehouse Grant Discussion
2.IV.

Haley Tinch, Atchison Senior Village Administrator

Departmental Update
2.V.

Joe Bowen, Maintenance Supervisor

Courthouse Grant
2.VI.

Roger Denton, GIS Coordinator

Aerial Photo Upgrade
2.VII.

Roger Denton, GIS Coordinator

2021 Boundary and Annexation Survey
2.VIII.

Jamie Madison, HR Director

Employee Covid-19 Policy
2.IX.

Jamie Madison, HR Director

Courthouse Door Discussion
2.X.

Wes Lanter, Emergency Management/IT Director

Vehicle Replacement Discussion
2.XI.

Wes Lanter, Emergency Management/IT Director

CIC Annual Peopleware Agreement Discussion
2.XII.

Michelle Phillips, County Clerk

Mt. Pleasant Township Clerk Resignation Letter
2.XIII.

Blish-Mize Ad for County Discussion

2.XIV.

Sales Tax Committee Discussion

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Zoom Details

Atchison County will be limiting public access to all Atchison County departments and offices to take preventative measures designed to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus illness.  We are making arrangements to adjust services to be in the best interest of the employees and citizens of Atchison County and following the interim guidance as provided by KDHE and the CDC.  The Atchison County Board of County Commission meetings will be utilizing Zoom to meet the Kansas Open Meetings Act. Members of the public can connect to the meetings via smart phone, or computer connections.  The meeting ID number will be listed on the corresponding agenda.  Members of the public can attend the BOCC meeting in-person; however, we urge and encourage all citizens to take active steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19.  If you have any symptoms similar to the flu, including fever, cough or shortness of breath, please do not attend until symptoms have subsided and you have been fever-free for 24 hours.