Board of Education officials from School of the Osage are being asked to re-consider a proposed agreement that was shot down earlier this year. The agreement, in March, was put on the table by the Camden County Assessor’s Office, asking the district to supplement a contract between the assessor’s office and “Cell Tower Solutions” out of Athens, Georgia, to determine fair evaluation on cell, radio and other communication towers within the county. The board, at that time, rejected the request due to, what was described as, assessed values of the towers as far below actual value which, in turn, would affect potential tax revenue for the district. The board was also cool to the concept of paying out of district coffers for the county to hire a private company to do a job the county should be able to do itself. The proposed agreement, again, appears on Monday night’s board of education meeting. The meeting begins at 6:00 in the Heritage Building Archive Room in Lake Ozark.