Prescription Drug Monitoring and an overlay project top the agenda for the Osage Beach Board of Aldermen meeting this week. The board’s expected to vote on the second reading of a bill to establish a prescription drug monitoring program within the city. The proposal passed the first reading with a 4-2 vote two weeks ago. The board will also hear first and second readings on a contract to overlay Nichols Road. Capital Paving is the low bidder on the project at $105,000. The Osage Beach Board of Aldermen meets Thursday night at 6pm in city hall.