A few previously tabled items were reintroduced by Campbell County Supervisors on Tuesday, during the board’s capital improvement plan discussions. The list was created based on the county’s list of priority initiatives and department head requests. Nearly 60 percent of the plan is allotted for emergency services and law enforcement, mostly for the purchase of equipment and vehicles. The capital improvement plan also includes several projects that have been put on hold; but no projects were moved up in the timetable; although several were delayed or removed. The $16.9 million five-year plan will be voted on by supervisors at the April 1 meeting.