The Natrona County Commission approved 15 agreements, contracts and other business items in a five-minute meeting Tuesday.

All the items were on the consent agenda, which only required a simple vote.

Two of the agreements were between the sheriff's office and Sheridan and Lincoln counties for juvenile detention services.

Other law enforcement agreements and contracts dealt the Wyoming Attorney General's victim services, inter-county mutual aid agreement, advertising with the Casper Star-Tribune, and drug testing.

The proposed biathlon complex project on Casper Mountain was the object of two agreements: a business ready community grant and loan program grant with the Wyoming Business Council; and and application for a Transportation Alternatives Program grant for a paved path within the biathlon complex.

Several of agreements were for professional services including WLC Engineering, Surveying and Planning for a grant, and a multiple project agreement for professional services with HDR Engineering for plans to replace the failing bridge in Alcova; an agreement with Dr. Johnny Tooke for health care services at the Natrona County Detention Center; an agreement with CompassData in Colorado to collect and analyze aerial GPS data for the count; and a contract with CEPI  for the resource management plan for Alcova, Pathfinder and Gray Reef reservoirs.

Another agreement was for a 20-foot pipeline easement across Six Mile Road for Casper Crude to Rail LLC.

The commission also named a previously unnamed road south of CY Avenue. That road will be known as Bordeaux Road.

It signed a bonding agreement for Natrona County Public Library board treasurer Shannon Dutcher.

It also appointed Lisa Burridge to the Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees to fill the unexpired term of retired dentist Dr. Forest Irons, who recently resigned.