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Front Page September 12, 2017  RSS feed

Commissioners approve adding bleachers to Yellow Rose Arena at Expo

By Mac Shadix


District Clerk Beverly Wilson addresses the Commissioners Court during the Monday September 11 meeting. Left to right, Wilson, County Clerk Christi Wakefield, County Commissioner David Ferguson, County Judge Byron Ryder, Commissioner Dean Stanford, and Commissioner David Grimes. 
Photo by Mac Shadix District Clerk Beverly Wilson addresses the Commissioners Court during the Monday September 11 meeting. Left to right, Wilson, County Clerk Christi Wakefield, County Commissioner David Ferguson, County Judge Byron Ryder, Commissioner Dean Stanford, and Commissioner David Grimes. Photo by Mac Shadix County Commissioner Dean Stanford requested approval from the Court to request bids for bleacher seating at the Yellow Rose Arena at the Expo Center. County Judge Bryon Ryder commented. “We will be able to rent it out for events then.” The request to seek bids for the seating and for the concrete pads to support the structure were approved.

During their regular called meeting in Annex I, took care of routine business and approved line item transfers amounting to $66,734.36. The court did it’s annual approval of the District Clerk’s collecting court costs. They additionally approved a bailiff fee of $15.00.

Paul and Sherry Matney were approved to adopt the corner of County Road 212 and 223.

Matt Way from Nucor was reappointed to be the industrial interests representative as a director for the Mid-Texas Groundwater Conservation District.

Commissioners David Ferguson made a motion to allow Mrs. Carrie Leathers to use money out of her budget to present educational programs to the county schools. The motion would provide for two trips a year to each school district.

Grantworks was named administration service provider for the Texas Hazard Mitigation Assistance Program grant application. Jones-Carter was approved as engineering service provider.

The meeting adjourned after an hours deliberation.


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