A possible change to Shawnee Splash admission fees will be among amendments considered when Shawnee City Commissioners meet Monday and discuss several city fee items.

Commissioners will consider a resolution to amend the city fee schedule by removing recently imposed regulatory fees and fines for marijuana growing facilities for personal medical use.

The board also will decide whether to OK a resolution that amends the city fee schedule by setting new Shawnee Fairview Cemetery fees that keep up with rising costs to operate.

Another resolution, if approved, is set to amend the city fee schedule by setting the Shawnee Splash admission and rental fees, again, to keep up with rising costs to operate.

An amendment also could be made to the city fee schedule by setting an annual regulatory fee for pawnbrokers operating within the City Limits.

On the consent agenda, an agreement with Independent School District North Rock Creek may be approved to provide police officers for North Rock Creek Schools.

In other business, authorization is being sought for staff to purchase server replacements for $253,589, under state contract from OKC Computer Service, Inc.

Also, a public hearing and consideration of an ordinance are set to rezone property at 125 West 45th Street from A-1; Rural Agricultural District to A-1; Rural Agricultural District with Conditional Use Permit, for the purpose of installing a cell tower by AT&T. The applicant is Troy Williams.

The board will be given the monthly sales tax and City Treasurer report.

On the Municipal Authority agenda, commissioners are slated to incorporate utility rate and fee changes, as well as appropriate those revenues based on department need.

C.H. Guernsey & Company will offer a presentation of a prioritized plan for treatment plant upgrades.

On the Airport Authority agenda, a resolution may be approved to declare 2.28 acres of property (southwest of Highway 177 at the intersection of Leo bounded by Independence) as surplus, that would authorize staff to to sell the property, set a minimum bid and solicit sealed bids.

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.