The Fort Smith Board of Directors will consider two new positions for the Sanitation Department on Tuesday.

The board denied a request last month for five new positions that would have cost a total of $214,097. Now, the department is asking that two of those positions, an accounting technician and a container technician, be approved. In total, they will cost $$91,090.

The board will also consider:

• A resolution of intent regarding the issuance of revenue bonds to finance water and sewer system improvements.

• An ordinance amending the 2018 budget for the purchase of Utility Department vehicles and equipment (Utility Department).

• A resolution authorizing the mayor to execute an agreement with Burns and McDonnell for consent decree modification and implementation and financial related services ($300,000).

• A resolution accepting the bid of and authorizing the mayor to execute a contract with KAJACS Contractors Inc. for sub-basin P002 and P003 capacity improvements ($9,895,000).

• A resolution authorizing the mayor to execute an engineering agreement with Hawkins-Weir Engineers Inc. for construction services for sub-basin P002 and P003 capacity improvements ($642,300).

• An ordinance approving JGE Enterprises, LLC d/b/a Harry’s Downtown to file an application with the Alcohol Beverage Control Division to obtain a 2 a.m. private club permit to sell liquor, wine and beer.

• A resolution accepting bids for the purchase of a water truck for use at the Fort Smith Sanitary Landfill ($115,089).

• A resolution accepting bids for the purchase of a rear load refuse truck ($130,656).

• A resolution accepting bids for the purchase of a front load refuse truck ($241,827).

• A resolution accepting bids for the purchase of an automated side load refuse truck ($278,800).

• A resolution authorizing the renewal of amendment to donation agreement (Harry E. Kelley Park).

• A resolution approving and authorizing the mayor to execute a memorandum of understanding with the Arkansas Department of Health for use of the Fort Smith Convention Center for administration of medical countermeasures allowing for response to acts of biological and chemical terrorism and other public health emergencies.

• A resolution authorizing a change order with Hudson Excavation Inc. for the Lee Creek Buoy Line Upgrade ($12,034 and additional 94 days).

• A resolution accepting the project as complete and authorizing final payment to Hudson Excavation Inc. for the Lee Creek Buoy Line Upgrade ($14,397).

• A resolution authorizing acquisition of real property interests for the Lake Fort Smith Water Supply Project ($170,000).

The Board of Directors' meeting will be 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Fort Smith Public Schools Service Center, Building B, 3205 Jenny Lind Road.