Lyon County commissioners have combined their study meeting business normally discussed Wednesday into their action session agenda for Thursday.
Commissioners will receive the quarterly report from the Flint Hills Community Health Center-Lyon County Health Department and also consider an amendment for the Kansas Department of Health and Environment's outreach, prevention and early intervention services as presented by Health Center-Health Department Director Phillip Davis.
Also, commissioners will consider several expenses. Fairgrounds Manager Sam Seeley will present a bid for ground maintenance services at the Bowyer Community Building. Facilities Director Mark McKenna will present a request to buy 14 security cameras for a total cost of nearly $19,000 and Undersheriff John Koelsch will offer a request to replace a camera hard drive for the jail.
As many as five executive sessions are planned.
The meeting starts at 8 am in the County Courthouse.