Commissioners’ Court Meets this Morning

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Commissioners’ Court Meets this Morning

Published on June 25, 2012 by Larry Crippen

Walker County Commissioners will hold their regular meeting at the Courthouse this morning at nine.

This morning’s “Consent Agenda” includes the approval of a change to the Employee Acknowledgment for the Electronic Communication Device Policy and approval for renewal of a professional services agreement with Dr. Karl Mahaffey for medical services for offenders at the Walker County Jail.

Administrative Assistant Sherri Pegoda will discuss approval of an iPad for the 12th Judicial District Judge Court.

Emergency Management Coordinator Butch Davis will talk about developing open purchase orders with local grocery stores for food during disasters before the American Red Cross would arrive in Walker County.

Purchasing Agent Linda McKenzie will discuss purchase approval of a chest compression system for EMS, and approval of various software and services from budgeted funds.

Walker County Planning and Development Director Andy Isbell will discuss various plats and road issues and the acceptance of grant funds for the Community Trees and Urban Forestry Project for the Courthouse Square Beautification, and grant funds for the Downtown Public Spaces Improvement Program.

TxDOT’s David Stephens will discuss possible approval of a list of proposed upcoming projects for TxDOT and get priority opinions, feedback, and comments.

Jack Stoffregen will discuss an interlocal agreement with Lubbock County, acting through the Regional Public Defender for capital cases.

Judge Danny Pierce will discuss an interlocal agreement for the improvement and lease of a parking area at 12th Street and Avenue M, and setting a date, time, and place for a hearing to consider the petition to create an Emergency Service District #3.

And, Andy Isbell will discuss a resolution regardin “Excessive Force.

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