Sedgwick County commissioners approved a resolution Wednesday allowing them to establish citizen advisory boards in their districts if they want them.
Commissioner Jim Skelton, who represents the southeastern part of the county, including Derby and Mulvane, is the only commissioner who has said he wants one so far.
Skelton served on the Wichita City Council, which uses such boards.
The boards would consist of 11 members appointed by each commissioner. Board members would give commissioners advice and recommendations on public policy, citizen engagement, and problems in the districts.