The board heard from NCPDD's Stephen Russell, who brought forward two pay requests and an appointment to the NCPDD's executive board.
Mary Golliday of Parkwood Behavior Health System made a presentation.
Circuit Clerk Elmus Stockstill brought for board approval contracts for redistricting work and for managing the voting machines.
County Court Judge James Littleton asked approval to hire four new full time employees for the juvenile detention facility.
Tray Hairston from Butler Snow came to discuss levying up to 5 mills in additional property tax, to borrow up to $10 million to give to Greenwood Leflore Hospital.
The board was presented with new redistricted precinct lines for approval.