The McCulloch County Commissioner’s Court met at 9AM in the Commissioner’s Courtroom on Tuesday morning for their regular meeting (Meeting moved to Tuesday due to Columbus Day holiday). Commissioner Deans was not present. Commissioners approved the minutes and bills.
According to Sheriff Andrew’s, 1,337 man hours have been worked by the inmate work crew in the past six months (since March).
Action Items -
- Approved request by CTTC to bury a fiber optic line 600 feet in the north right of way of CR 128 to service a customer.
- Approved the selection of Mary Ann Galindo Gutierrez as the new Library Director.
- Approved request by The Haven to put a domestic violence display on the courthouse lawn until Oct 31st.
- Approved a resolution for the FY 2022 Texas Indigent Defense Grant program.
- Approved request by the McCulloch County 4-H to utilize the old jail as a haunted house.
- Admission will be by canned food donation. Approved McCulloch County Sheriff’s office fees for FY 2021-2022. Will be the same as last year.
- Approved the managed IT service agreement between the McCulloch County Courthouse and Snider Technology Services, LLC for FY 2021-2022. Also approved the client service plan for the Courthouse, Sheriff’s Office and Library.
- Approved lease agreement for a new copier from CTWP for the Tax Assessor’s office.
Judge Trull recessed the meeting at 9:39AM so the Commissioners could view a presentation by Guardian Security Systems at the Sheriff's Office. Following the demonstration, the meeting was adjourned at 10:45AM. The next Commissioner's Court meeting will be on October 25.