Articles Tagged “Walker County Commissioners”

  • County Commissioners Okay Holiday Season Fireworks

    Monday morning, Walker County Commissioners discussed the fireworks issue in Walker County and decided to continue to let the sale and use of fireworks, including skyrockets with sticks and missles with fins, to continue in…

  • Commissioners Replace Sheriff Vehicles

    At their last regular session this week, Walker County Commissioners voted approval of replacing five sheriff’s vehicles with five 2013 Chevrolet Tahoes from Caldwell Country Chevrolet. One vehicle was also replaced at the Jail. Precinct…

  • Commissioners Approve Amendment to Marsh Darcy Consultant Contract

    At Monday’s special session of Walker County Commissioners, Commissioners discussed amending a contract with the Marsh Darcy consulting firm in an amount not over $2,500 dollars for professional services in regard to a tax abatement…

  • Commissioners Updated on TxDOT Projects Monday

    At Monday morning’s Walker County Commissioners’ Court meeting, TxDOT Area Engineer David Stephens provided an extensive list of upcoming highway projects beginning in September for Walker County Commissioners to review. Stephens told them there were…

  • County Approves Interlocal Agreement for Capital Case Public Defender

    At Monday’s session of Walker County Commissioners, Attorney Jack Stoffregen was before Commissioners to discuss approval of an interlocal agreement with Lubbock County acting through the Regional Public Defender for capital cases. The agreement would…

  • Jail Land Purchase Underway

    In the next couple of weeks, the County hopes to complete their purchase of land for the new jail. The future jail site will be on 12.6 acres of land on FM 2821. The land,…

  • Commissioners’ Court Okays “i-Pads”

    After lengthy discussion, weighing the pros and cons, Walker County Commissioners voted at their regular session this week to approve allowing county employees, at department head approval, to purchase personal i-Pads and have the County…