When Shawnee City Commissioners meet Monday, several agenda items are on the agenda, but starting the process of finding an interim — and ultimately a replacement — for City Manager Justin Erickson tops the list.

When Shawnee City Commissioners meet Monday, several agenda items are on the agenda, but starting the process of finding an interim — and ultimately a replacement — for City Manager Justin Erickson tops the list.

In executive session, city commissioners may determine who gets the nod to act as interim city manager as the search for a new leader begins. Erickson announced his resignation recently; he and his family will be moving to Washington state.

Erickson said it has been his sincere privilege to serve the City of Shawnee for the last 10 years, including the last three as city manager.

“The City Commission will be appointing an interim city manager very soon, establishing a search committee and conducting a national recruitment,” he said.

The process is expected to take about 90 days.

Also in executive session, the board is scheduled to review Municipal Judge Randall Wiley's annual contract with the city.

Blue Zones Project of Pottawatomie County will make a couple presentations before the board, first talking about a Well-Being Coalition, and then discussing a Healthy Food Environment.

Resolutions to support the efforts may be considered by commissioners.

In other business, City Treasurer Chance Allison will give a report on the month's sales tax collections.

On the Airport Authority agenda, commissioners may enter into an agreement with H.W. Lochner regarding the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airport Improvement Program (AIP) project to construct the T-Hangar taxilane.

The FAA has provided a grant in aid through the AIP to support the construction of a taxilane and supporting infrastructure for a new T-Hangar Complex at the Shawnee Regional Airport.

Lochner would provide construction services generally consisting of construction administration, materials testing, project observation and project close out services.

The only item set for the Municipal Authority is to approve the minutes from its last meeting.

The 6 p.m. meeting will take place Monday in the Bertha Ann Young City Commission Chambers at City Hall, at 16 W. 9th St.