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[Call to Order]

[00:00:06]

FOLKS. WE'RE LIVE ON SWAG IT THEY CAN HEAR US. HOPEFULLY OUR MICROPHONES WILL COME BACK ON AT SOME POINT HERE, BUT WE'RE GONNA GO AHEAD AND GET STARTED. WE'RE GONNA DO OUR BEST TO SPEAK LOUDLY SO EVERYONE CAN HEAR US. WE'RE GONNA GO AHEAD AND CALL THIS COLUMN. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COURT. TOE ORDER ON THE TUESDAY 27TH DAY OF APRIL. 2021 AT NINE A.M.

COMMISSIONER, WOULD YOU LEAD US IN THE INVOCATION, PLEASE? OUR FATHER. WHICH ART IN HEAVEN? FATHER OF OUR LORD AND SAVIOR. JESUS CHRIST. WHILE THIS ONCE AGAIN THAT YOU'RE WEAKEN AND HUMBLE SERVANT IS STANDING HERE IN THIS COURTROOM, I'M HERE JUST TO SAY THANK YOU. THANK YOU, LORD, FOR ALL THE MANY BLESSINGS THAT YOU HAVE RESTORED UPON US. THANK YOU FOR GOING OUT AND ARE COMING IN. THANK YOU FOR ALL THAT YOU DO, BECAUSE I KNOW THAT EVERYTHING YOU DO IS FOR GOOD. WHAT I ASK YOU RIGHT NOW THERE'S MORE TO BLESS EVERYONE DOES IN THIS COURTROOM. LESS COMMISSIONERS BECAUSE WE HAVE A TOUGH JOB. BUT WE ALL PRETTY DILIGENTLY WE WORK WORK PRETTY GOOD TOGETHER. I REALLY, REALLY LIKE THIS COURT. THEN, LORD, I PRAY FOR THE ONES WHO DON'T HAVE ENOUGH. SAYS THE PARADE TO YOU. LORD, THESE AND ALL BLISS AND I ASKING YOU IN YOUR NAME. JESUS INDEED IS THE ONLY NIGHT I PRAY, AMY. THIS IS MY MIRROR.

WE'VE BEEN STAYING. MY NAME. UNDER GOD. END OF IT. EVERYTHING.

[Announcements]

ALL RIGHT. I KNOW WE HAVE AH, COUPLE OF ANNOUNCEMENTS. IS DENNIS IN HERE YET? THERE IS. THEN I'LL GET I'LL GET GOING WITH Y'ALL. NEXT COMMISSIONERS. AND MIGHT WANT TO TAKE YOUR MASK OFF AND IT'S SO WE CAN HEAR YOU. WHAT AND THIS.

OKAY?

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THANK YOU ALL VERY MUCH. A Z, DID YOU? SHE'S OUT THERE. GO AHEAD. WE'LL GO WITH Y'ALL COMMISSIONERS AND THAT AS YOU GET BACK IN HERE. MR SHELTON. I DON'T HAVE ANY ANNOUNCEMENTS, EITHER. THIS MATERIAL JUST. VERY THANKFUL FOR THE BENEFICIAL RAIN WE RECEIVED AND LOCKED UP. THANKS. REALLY HIS STAFF. ACTUALLY JUMPING ON A FEW PROBLEMS THAT HAPPEN. RIGHT? IT'S A ROHIT OH, YEAH, I HAD UHM. A LOT TO DO THIS WEEK. I REALLY WENT OUT TO MY PRECINCT. DROVE PRETTY MUCH THE WHOLE PRECINCT, BUT ALSO WENT AFTER THE NEW CONSTRUCTION IS GOING ON AT THE LAST FIELD. I GOTTA ADMIT THE RULE. IT LOOKS PRETTY GOOD. OKAY? ALL RIGHT. THEY'RE GOOD AS HE YOU HAVE ANNOUNCEMENT.

YEAH. DAISY. THAT'S ON THE COUNTY WEB PAGE. YEAH. OKAY? VERY GOOD. HEY, ANY OTHER STAFF COMMENTS OR ANNOUNCEMENTS? IF NOT, I'LL MOVE TO CITIZENS COMMENTS.

[Citizens' Comments.]

OKAY. KEVIN HUTCHINSON. JUST WANT TO REMIND EVERYBODY CITIZENS COMMENTS OR FOUR MINUTES AND PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME AND WHERE YOU'RE FROM.

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YEAH.

THANK YOU, SIR. WE APPRECIATE IT. EXPECT. SCOTT PERSKY. YES, SIR. THANK YOU.

YEAH. ALL RIGHT. YEAH.

SPOT. YEAH.

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YEAH. NO CLASS. SPIRITS. YEAH. YES.

LIVE FROM TEACHER GOT. HOLLY OR HOLLY OR.

THANK YOU. HERE'S AGAINST.

THANK YOU.

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DEAD JAKE AND SOMEONE FROM THE COURT, READ HIS COMMENTS, OR DOES HE NEED TO BE HERE? NEVER HAD THAT HAPPEN BEFORE. IS WHAT'S HE WANTING TO SPEAK ON? BUT WHAT? ANYBODY FROM THE. I'M I PREFER THAT THEY WERE HERE TO DO THEIR OWN COMMENTS. FRANKLY IT'S IMPORTANT THAT THEY BE HERE TO DO THEIR OWN COMMENTS. OKAY? OKAY. ANY OTHERS, NO OTHERS, OKAY. VERY GOOD. UM.

[CONSENT AGENDA]

THAT WE WILL MOVE TO CONSENT. COMMISSIONER'S GONNA GET A MOTION. WERE TO APPROVE CONSENT. IN A SECOND, AND WE CAN HAVE DISCUSSION. MY COMMOTION REPROVE HER CONSENT AGENDA. WE HAVE A MOTION TO HAVE A SECOND. OF EMOTIONAL SECONDING DISCUSSION. ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE, AYE POSE. HEARING MAN MOTION CARRIES. NEXT WE HAVE A SPECIAL

[SPECIAL PRESENTATION]

PRESENTATION BY WAYNE MORSE. IS HE HERE? HE'S GONNA GIVE US AH, UPDATE ON THE STOCK SHOW. MM HMM.

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THANK YOU. WE ARE TEETH. NEXT WE HAVE CAMPO PRESENTATION AND. UNFORTUNATELY I DON'T THINK OUR AUDIO BUSIA VISUAL STILL NOT WORKING, SO I'M NOT. YEAH, IT'S NOT. IT'S NOT WORKING SO. I THINK WE HAD A POWER OUTAGE HERE LAST SATURDAY. OK, IT'S NOT COMING UP. IT'S NOT COMING UP. NO. SEE WHAT HAPPENS. NO, IT IS WORKING. THERE IT IS HOT DOGS.

WE'RE ALL HAPPY. IT JUST CAME UP, SO WE'RE THRILLED. AT LEAST IT JUST SEEMS TO BE ONLY OUR MICROPHONES AND AREN'T WORKING. YEAH, ALICE. LET'S SEE HERE WAS MAYBE IT'LL COME UP. I DON'T KNOW. WE CAN ALL SEE IT, BUT I GUESS IT'S COMING UP ON YOUR SORRY ABOUT THAT.

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YEAH.

WEST. COULD YOU MAKE SURE YOU SPEAK UP LOUD? SHE'S REALLY NOT A PROBLEM FOR YOU.

YEAH. YEAH.

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OH, YEAH. YEAH.

HEY. YEAH. MM HMM. THE NATION. OKAY? YEAH.

NO.

YEAH.

YEAH.

ALL RIGHT. YEAH. WHAT.

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YEAH.

YEAH. YEAH.

RIGHT?

[00:45:50]

YEAH.

WE APPRECIATE LESS. UM. ALL WORK THAT YOU'VE DONE AND CAMPOS DONE ASHBY IN YOUR STAFF. THIS IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT PROJECT FOR THE COUNTY AND THE REGION, MAKING THAT THERE'S BEEN A LOT. FOR A LONG TIME. THERE'S BEEN THAT SEARCH FOR THAT ADDITIONAL CONNECTION BETWEEN IH 35 1 30 TO INCREASE SOME ABILITY AND THE FUNCTION OF THE 1 30 CORRIDOR. RIGHT NOW. THERE THERE ARE. IT IS SHOCKING THE NUMBER OF BUSINESSES AND GROUPS THAT ARE LOOKING AT THE AREA. FOR DEVELOPMENT AND THIS TYPE OF FACILITY IS GOING TO BE NECESSARY TO MOVE. PEOPLE AND GOODS THAT ARE GONNA BE PRODUCED IN THIS REGION. SO VERY SUPPORTIVE OF YOUR WORK.

WELL, I HAD A QUICK QUESTIONS. RYAN HAD MENTIONED THAT YOU GUYS WERE KIND OF RIGHT ON TIME WITH YOUR PROGRESS. I'M PRETTY STRICTLY TRYING TO STAY AWAY FROM THE STEERING COMMITTEE SINCE WE HAVE TWO COMMISSIONERS ON IT. AND WAS WAIT UNTIL YOU GUYS GOT HERE TO ASK. BUT DO YOU GUYS HAVE A TIMELINE AND A SORT OF A BUDGETARY TIMELINE THAT GOES ALONG WITH THAT THAT YOU COULD SHARE WITH THE MEMBERS OF THE COURT? YEAH.

YES, I THINK. THE JUDGE WENT FOR JUST A GANG CHART. YES, TRACKS THAT OUT. YEAH, IF YOU COULD JUST IF YOU COULD JUST SEND OUT TO THE COURT. YEAH, JUST THE MEMBERS OF THE COURT AND I HAVEN'T. AND I WANT TO BE INVOLVED IN THE STEERING COMMITTEE AT ALL, BECAUSE WE HAD TWO COMMISSIONERS ON IT, SO I'M JUST CURIOUS TO SEE WHERE WE ARE ON THAT CHART. YOU KNOW,

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THE SCOPE OF WORK COULD BE GREAT. WHATEVER YOU GOT WOULD BE WOULD BE WONDERFUL TO SHARE WITH THE COURT JUST SO WE CAN ALL READ IT AND KIND OF GET UP TO SPEED ON IT WHERE WE ARE EXACTLY THAT. I THINK NO THE HOME COURT, NOR CLEARLY WITH UNDELIVERABLE LIST BE HELPFUL PEOPLE. THANK YOU VERY MUCH. I APPRECIATE THAT. ALL RIGHT. THANK YOU APPRECIATE IT. HEY,

[6. Discussion/Action regarding the burn ban. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Hector Rangel; Backup: 3; Cost: None]

WE ARE READY TO GO INTO A DISCUSSION ACTION ITEMS. ITEM SIX. THIS DISCUSSION ACTION REGARDING THE BURN BAND HECTOR.

HEY, COMMISSIONER, I WILL MAKE THE MOTION THAT WE LEAVE THE BURN BAN OFF. ALL RIGHT. WE HAVE EMOTIONALLY BURN BAN OFF. DO WE HAVE A 2ND 2ND? WE HAVE EMOTIONS SECOND AND DISCUSSION.

NOT ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE, AYE POSE HEARING THAT MOTION CARRIES. UH, ADAM SEVEN

[7. Discussion/Action to consider Resolution 24-2021 seeking permission to apply for 2022-2023 Other Victim Assistance Grant (OVAG) funding through the Office of Attorney General for the Caldwell County. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Dennis Engelke; Backup: 2; Cost: None]

DISCUSSION ACTION TO CONSIDER RESOLUTION 24-2021 SEEKING PERMISSION TO APPLY FOR 2022 2023. OH, BAG. LANDING THROUGH THE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR THE COW, FUR COLLAR COUNTY. DENNIS. YES, THANK YOU, JUDGE. THE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL FUNDS. THE OTHER VICTIM ASSISTANCE GRANT OR THE OLD BAG GRANT PROGRAM, THE VICTIM SERVICES COORDINATOR FOR THE COUNTY IS ALICIA EDWARDS. HE ADMINISTERS THE DAILY EXECUTION OF THIS GRANT WITHIN THE MOBILE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE. SERVICES PROVIDED CENTER ON WORKING WITH VICTIMS OF CRIMES THAT HAVE BEEN COMMITTED. ALICIA COORDINATES COUNSELING UP TO DATE STATUS OF PERPETRATORS. RESOURCE IDENTIFICATION FOR VICTIMS TRAINING OF SHERIFF'S OFFICE PERSONNEL ON VICTIM SERVICES, ETCETERA. THIS GRANT IS USED TO PAY THE SALARY AND FRINGES OF THE VICTIM SERVICES COORDINATOR TO GRANT THAT WE'VE APPLIED FOR OVER SEVERAL YEARS.

YOU HAD BEFORE YOU RESOLUTION 24-2020, WHICH ALLOWS PERMISSION TO APPLY FOR THE GRANT. AND TO NAME AN AUTHORIZED OFFICIAL. I'LL NOW READ THE RESOLUTION. RESOLUTION 24 DAYS 2021. WHEREAS THE CALDWELL COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE HAS APPLIED OR WISHES TO APPLY IT TO THE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL. BIG FOR THE OTHER VICTIM ASSISTANCE GRANT.

OH BAG, WHEREAS THE CALDWELL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COURT HAS CONSIDERED AND SUPPORTS THE APPLICATION FILED OR TO BE FILED WITH THE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE. WHEREAS CALDWELL COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE HAS DESIGNATED OR WISHES TO DESIGNATE THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUAL AS THE AUTHORIZED OFFICIAL WHO'S GIVEN OR HAS BEEN GIVEN THE POWER TO APPLY FOR ACCEPT, REJECT ALL OVER OR TERMINATE THAT CERTAIN GRANT WITH THE OMG AS WELL AS GIVEN THE AUTHORITY TO SIGN ALL THE GRAND ADJUSTMENT REQUEST. INVENTORY REPORTS, PROGRESS REPORTS AND FINANCIAL REPORTS. OR ANY OTHER OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS RELATED TO THE GRAND ON BEHALF OF GRANTEES. NAME OF THE PERSON DESIGNATED HAS AUTHORIZED OFFICIAL HOPPY HAYDEN POSITION TITLE. CALDWELL COUNTY JUDGE NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT THIS GOVERNING BODY APPROVES THE SUBMISSION OF THE APPLICATION TO THE EULOGY, AS WELL AS A BIG DESIGNATION OF THE AUTHORIZED OFFICIAL. I ASK FOR YOUR APPROVAL OF THE RESOLUTION. OKAY, COMMISSIONER'S WE HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE RESOLUTION 24 DAYS, 2021. WE HAVE A MOTION TO HAVE A SECOND HAVE EMOTIONAL SECONDING DISCUSSION. NOT ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE, AYE. WAS NONE MOTION CARRIES. THANK YOU. THANK YOU. I DON'T MAKE DISCUSSION ACTION TO CONSIDER

[8. Discussion/Action to consider Resolution 25-2021, requesting the State of Texas quitclaim interest in a tract or parcel to abutting property owners under Texas Transportation Code Section 202.025(5). Speaker: Judge Haden/ JJ Wells; Backup: 7; Cost: None]

RESOLUTION 25 PAST 2021 REGARDING THE TEXAS RIKARD REGARDING THE STATE OF TEXAS QUIT CLAIM INTEREST IN A. TRACTOR PARCEL TO A BUDDING PROPERTY OWNERS UNDER THE TEXAS TRANSPORTATION CODE. JJ, CAN YOU BRING US UP TO SPEED A LITTLE BIT ON THIS, PLEASE? SURE THING JUDGE IN THE BACK OF THEIRS. YEAH.

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THANK YOU. GO AHEAD AND READ THE RESOLUTION. RESOLUTION 25-2021 RESOLUTION AND KABUL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COURT WHEREAS THE TRACTOR PARCEL OF LAND DEDICATED IS RIGHT AWAY FOR STATE HIGHWAY 21, THE PROPERTY. GENERALLY DESCRIBED ON THE ATTACHED MAP OR SURVEY ATTACHED. HERE TOO, IS EXHIBIT A IS LOCALLY. IS LOCATED PARSLEY AND KABUL COUNTY AND WHERE, AS THERE IS NO RECORD TITLE OF PROPERTY. WHEREAS PERCENT INTO TEXAS TRANSPORTATION CODE SECTION 202.2 THE 025. PREGNANCIES FIVE. THE GOVERNOR MAY EXECUTE A DEED REALLY QUIT SEEING AND CONVEYING THE PROPERTY TO A BUDDING PROPERTY OWNERS AFTER REQUESTED THE COUNTY, WHEREAS AT LEAST ONE PORTION OF THE PROPERTY IS CURRENTLY UNDER DEVELOPMENT. AND AT LEAST ONE OF THE BUDDING PROPERTY OWNERS HAS REQUESTED THAT THE COUNTY INITIATE THE PROCESS TO LISTEN TO QUIT CLAIM FROM THE GOVERNOR NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COLE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COURT THAT THE COUNTY HERE BY REQUEST. THE STATE OF TEXAS. QUIT CLAIM ANY INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY CREW ACCRUING TO THE STATE IN FAVOR OF THE BUDDING PROPERTY OWNERS ORDERED THIS 27TH DAY OF APRIL. 2021. COMMISSIONERS THEY HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE. GET A MOTION AND A SECOND. THEY WILL HAVE DISCUSSION. WE HAVE EMOTION. SO MUCH EMOTION AND SECOND. MOST OF SECOND. OKAY, COMMISSIONER. I'M SORRY. GO AHEAD. NO, SIR.

YES. GREAT.

WITH ME. SOMEONE TO SERVE. CHEERS. YEAH. OKAY? JUST IT'S JUST THE RIGHT OF WAY THAT TOUCHES THEIR PROPERTY. IS IT THE WHOLE WAY HERE? WHERE IS THAT TRACK? THIS ISN'T CARVEL COUNTY PROPERTY. THIS IS TECH START RIGHT AWAY THAT WERE ABANDONED. WHERE WE'RE JUST WE'RE JUST AGREEING TO QUIT CLAIM. RICHARD. YEAH.

[01:00:37]

OKAY? I DON'T THINK IT'S ANYTHING THAT THE COUNTY'S GONNA BE RESPONSIBLE FOR DOING AND IT'S NOT OUR PROPERTY SO. ANY OTHER. DISCUSSION OKAY, WE HAVE A MOTION AND SECOND, SO WE NEED TO VOTE ON THAT FIRST ALL IN FAVOR. OF APPROVING RESOLUTION, 25 2021 SAY AYE. ALL RIGHT. THOSE HEARING NONE MOTION CARRIES. ADAM NINE, DISCUSSION

[9. Discussion/Action to consider Resolution 26-2021, authorizing the Count Judge to execute a Development Agreement between Caldwell County and K Marcos, LLC. Speaker: Commissioner Theriot/ Tracy Bratton; Backup: 15; Cost: None]

ACTION TO CONSIDER RESOLUTION 26. THAT'S 2021 AUTHORIZING. I THINK THAT SUPPOSEDLY COURT JUDGE NOT COUNT, JUDGE. EXECUTED DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN KAHLIL COUNTY AND K.

MARCUS L. L. C HAVE COMMISSIONER TERRIO. THE JUDGE. THIS IS A PROJECT THAT IS BEEN HAVING CONVERSATIONS WITH THE COUNTY. IT'S LOCATED. OFF OF 21. NEAR 1966. THIS IS 1/5 PHASE OF A DEVELOPMENT THAT HAS BEEN THUS FAR OCCURRING ON THE NORTH SIDE OF 21 ON. IN THE HAZE HEAD ON THE HAYS COUNTY SIDE OF 21. THIS DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT WILL PROVIDE. FOR MODIFICATIONS TO VARIOUS ASPECTS OF THE COUNTY CODE. THIS WILL BE A DEVELOPMENT PROVIDED WITH LACED WATER. S O. THE LOT SIZES ARE ARE SMALLER. AND SMALLER THAN TYPICALLY PERMITTED BY THE COUNTY. THE THERE ALSO SOME OTHER. CONTRA VISIONS RELATED TO STRAITS IF NEED BE, TRACY PROBABLY CAN'T GO INTO THOSE DETAILS. OKAY? BUT THE. IN RETURN, THEY'LL BE GUARANTEES THAT THESE AIR ARE STICK BUILT HOMES AND. IN OUR CONVERSATIONS WITH THE DEVELOPMENT GROUP. IT LOOKS LIKE A GOOD DEVELOPMENT THAT THAT I'M WILLING TO SUPPORT FOR THIS DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT. TRACY, DO YOU HAVE ANYTHING LIKE THE AD? TRACE BRATTON, WHO SAID ASSOCIATES THINK I WANT THAT FOR THE RECORD? YOU GUYS GOTTA SPEAK LOUDER. MIKE SIR, DAD WORKING ON SWAG STUFF. THEY'RE NOT WORKING IN LIKE THE PHONE. THEN, UM. YES SO THIS IS AN EXTENSION, THE SUNSET OAK SUBDIVISION HAS BEEN OCCURRING IN HAYS COUNTY. THIS PHASE IS IN CALDWELL COUNTY. IT IS IN CITY. SAN MARCUS IS E T. J. AND UM, THE INNER LOCAL DURING THE CITY OF SAN MARCUS STATES THAT THEY WILL ENFORCE STRICTER OF THE DEVELOPMENT REGULATION, CITY OR ACCOUNTANTS. UM, OUR LOT SIZE REQUIREMENTS WERE MORE RESTRICTIVE THAN CITIES AND MARCUS IS SO BEFORE THE DEVELOPER CAN PROCEED WITH THEIR WITH THEIR PLAN THEY NEED VARIANCE IS GRANTED FROM FROM CALDWELL'S REGULATIONS. WE WORKED WITH THEM ON A COUPLE OF THINGS. ONE WAS THE TRANSPORTATION GRID AND THEY WERE VERY COOPERATIVE AND LOOKING AT THEIR LAYOUT TO ENHANCE PARALLEL CONNECTIVITY TO STATE HIGHWAY 21 TO REDUCE SOME OF THE LOADING. ON STATE HIGHWAY 21 FOR THE FUTURE, WHICH DRIVES FUTURE SIGNAL IZATION AND LIGHTS. THEY DON'T HAVE THE PROPERTY THAT DIRECTLY CONNECTS TO BLUE. THAT'S 1966, BUT THEY DID ORIENT THEIR GRID. FOR FUTURE CONNECTIVITY WHEN THE PROPERTY BETWEEN THEM DEVELOPED WILL BE ABLE TO ASK THAT LANDOWNER TO MAKE THOSE CONNECTIONS BACK TO 1966 IN THE AGE STATE HIGHWAY 21. SO THE VARIANCES THEY'VE ASKED FOR OUR SURROUNDING MINIMUM LOT SIZE AND SOME ROADWAY AND DRIVEWAY CONFIGURATIONS THAT. MAKE THAT LOT SIZE POSSIBLE. THEY ALSO ASKED FOR A MODIFICATION TO THE. WIN. THIEVES WERE COLLECTED AND I WORKED WITH THEM ON THAT TO ENSURE THAT IT'S IN A POSITION THAT THE COUNTY WILL NOT BE UPSIDE DOWN ON ITS REVIEW COST.

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FOR REVIEWING THE APPLICATION, SO IT DOES CHANGE THEIR THEIR TIMETABLE TO PAY SOME OF THE FEES. T O CORRESPOND CLOSER TO THE TIME IN WHICH THEY'RE GOING TO RECORD FINAL PLATZ AND THUS.

WE'LL SELL THE LOTS AND ORDERED, YOU KNOW, BRING THE REVENUE IN CLOSER TO THE TIME IN WHICH THEY'RE PAYING APPLICATION FEES. THERE IS ALREADY A SEWER PLANT OVER THERE. ON THE HAYS COUNTY SIDE ASSED PARTISANS. YES. YEAH THEY'VE GOT A LIFT. STAY, I BELIEVE TO LIFT STATIONS PLANNED IN THE, UH, IN THE DEVELOPMENT. THERE MAY BE SOMEONE HERE FROM THE ENGINEER APPLICANT RIGHT THERE, AND SO THEY CAN ANSWER SOME MORE.

QUESTIONS ABOUT THAT. SHE WON'T BE. YES, THERE IS A SEWER PLANT ON THE OTHER SIDE OF STATE HIGHWAY 21. THEY HAVE AH! LEAVE IT TO LIFT STATIONS PLAN WITH THIS PART THAT'LL PUMP THAT OVER TO THE OTHER SIDE, OKAY? GOOD COMMISSIONERS ANY ANY. ENTERTAIN A MOTION TO APPROVE THAT THERE'S NO FURTHER DISCUSSION. ALSO MOVE. WE HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE. DO THEY HAVE A SECOND AND I'LL GO AHEAD AND READ THE RESOLUTION. THE SECOND COMMISSION ROOM, OKAY? OKAY, RESOLUTION. 26 2021 RESOLUTION. KAHLO COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COURT, WHEREAS K MARKETS LLC DEVELOPER IS ACQUIRED PROPERTY WITHIN THE CARBON COUNTY, WHICH IT DESIRES TO SUBDIVIDED DEVELOPED, WHEREAS THE CARBON COUNTY DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE AUTHORIZED THE COMMISSIONER'S COURT EXECUTED DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT. WHICH DELINEATES THE CONDITIONS FOR PARTICULAR DEVELOPMENT. WHERE IN VARIOUS CONCESSIONS TO THE COUNTY'S TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS MAY BE MADE IN EXCHANGE FOR MUTUALLY AGREEABLE OF ALTERNATE STANDARDS, WHICH MEETS THE INTENT OF THE ORDINANCE. AND IS IN THE INTEREST OF ALL PARTIES, WHEREAS DEVELOPER IN THE COUNTY HAVE NEGOTIATED PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT MEMORIALIZING THE CONCESSIONS AND STANDARDS WHICH WILL FACILITATE THE DEVELOPMENT NOW, THEREFORE, BEING. RESOLVED BY COLLIN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COURT THAT THE COUNTY JUDGE IS AUTHORIZED EXECUTE THE DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE COUNTY AND K MARCUS L. L.

C. ORDER THIS 27TH DAY, APRIL 2021 WE HAVE EMOTION IN THE SECOND COMMISSIONERS. ANY OTHER DISCUSSION? IF NOT ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE, AYE. OPPOSED MAN MOTION CARRIES. ADAM 10

[10. Discussion/Action to consider Resolution 27-2021 Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Texas State Tubes, LLC, RKY, Ltd. and Caldwell County. Speaker: Commissioner Theriot/ JJ Wells; Backup: 10; Cost: None]

DISCUSSION ACTION TO CONSIDER RESOLUTION 27-2021 MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING MOU BETWEEN TEXAS STATE TUBES L L C. R KY. LIMITED AND COLLIN COUNTY COMMISSIONER TERRIO. JUDGE, UM THE. THE COUNTY CURRENTLY HAS AN MOU AND HAS FOR SEVERAL YEARS. I THINK SINCE 2016 HER I BELIEVE. WITH THE TUBING. COMPANIES THAT OPERATE ON THE SAN MARCOS RIVER. THE M O.

YOUTH HAS HISTORICALLY PROVIDED FUNDING. FOR PEACE OFFICERS, TOO. WORK CERTAIN TIME SHIFTS ON THE RIVER DURING THE TWO TUBING UP OPERATIONS TO BEAR THE TUBING. COMPANIES ARE FINANCING THAT COST THAT THE COUNTY EXPERIENCES. IN ADDITION, THE HMM. THE MOU HAS PROVIDED FOR EMERGENCY SERVICES. SUCH AS A AMBULANCE THAT HAS TO BE STATIONED AND SOME MY MONEY LIKE RELATED TO OTHER EMERGENCY SERVICES LIKE. RIVER, RESCUE OPERATIONS AND EQUIPMENT. THE. THE MOU HAS HISTORICALLY BEEN MANAGED AND OPERATED BY THE COUPLE, COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT. THERE'S A PROPOSED CHANGE THIS YEAR TO SHIFT. THAT RESPONSIBILITY AND THAT OPERATION TOO. THE CONSTABLE'S OFFICE. WE'VE WE'VE BEEN MEETING FOR SOME TIME ON THAT, AND, UH AND. THE MOU IS BEING LOOKED AT IT THIS TIME IN ORDER TO ADJUST IT ACCORDINGLY TO RECOGNIZE THAT THAT THAT NEW MANAGEMENT OF THE EMILY YOU AND TO ADJUST THE SHIFTS. THAT ARE THAT ARE OCCURRING AS PART OF THOSE THOSE NEGOTIATIONS. IN ADDITION, THERE'S MONEY IN THE MOU THAT WILL GO TO THE MAXWELL GROUP TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONAL EMERGENCY SERVICES OPERATIONS.

ALL RIGHT. AS A MATTER OF NOTE RELATED TO THIS PROCESS WHEN WE WHEN WE SUBMITTED THE MW TO THE

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TUBING, COMPANIES AND THEIR REPRESENTATIVES OR REVIEW THIS YEAR. WE INCLUDED THE ITEMS THAT ARE CURRENTLY. SPELLED OUT AS PART OF A JUDGMENT A PRIVATE SECTOR JUDGMENT THAT THAT MR GOINS AND OTHERS PROPERTY OWNERS PURSUED. UM. A FEW YEARS AGO. I CAN'T REMEMBER HOW MANY YEARS AGO. BUT IT RELATED TO THE ACTUAL OPERATIONS OF THE TUBING. COMPANIES RELATED TO.

KEEPING ACCESS TO THE RIVER OPEN AND RELATED TO KEEPING THE RIVER CLEAN AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS THAT WERE PROVIDED. UM. WHERE THE TUBING COMPANIES WOULD EDUCATE THEIR THEIR. CUSTOMERS ON VERY SINGS RELATED TO SAFETY AND LITTER AND THOSE KIND OF THINGS PRIOR TO THEM GETTING IN THE WATER. THAT AGREEMENT IS EXPIRING IN NOVEMBER OF THIS YEAR. IT WAS A AGREEMENT LAID OUT AND ROLLED UPON BY JUDGE BLOOMERS A FEW YEARS AGO. IT'S VERY GOOD AGREEMENT AND IT'S BEEN A GOOD TOOL. THAT THAT THE. PARTIES TO THAT AGREEMENT HAVE USED TO UM.

YOU MANAGE HELP MANAGE THINGS THAT ARE GOING ON ON THE RIVER. THE. AS I SAID, WE PUT THOSE IN THE MOU THOSE REQUIREMENTS IN AN EFFORT TO MEMORIALIZE HIM AND TO KEEP THAT GOING PAST NOVEMBER OF THIS YEAR, THE TUBE IN COMPANIES. ASPECTS TO REMOVE THOSE FROM THE MOU. THEY WANTED THE EMILY YOU TWO DEAL STRICTLY WITH THE SECURITY OPERATIONS. WE DO HAVE A FEW GENERAL STATEMENTS ABOUT LITTER AND THINGS. SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS IN THE MOU, BUT NOTHING AS SPECIFIC AS IN THIS AGREEMENT. SO, UM. WELL, WE'VE HAD A LOT OF CONVERSATIONS ABOUT THAT. WE NEED TO GET THIS EMO YOU'VE DONE SO THAT WE HAVE ADEQUATE SECURITY AND SAFETY PERSONNEL ON THE RIVER. TO DEAL WITH THIS ON SLOT AS AS IT BEGINS IN IN A MATTER OF WEEKS. SO, UM WE HAVE TAKEN THOSE REQUIREMENTS OUT. THEY WILL BE STILL IN EFFECT FOR THIS SEASON. BUT, UH. I AS A COMMISSIONER WILL BE. THINK PURSUING AND COMING BACK TO THE COMMISSION TO TALK ABOUT MAYBE THINGS THAT WE CAN DO AS A COMMISSION TO GET THOSE.

EXTENDED NOT THROUGH THE MOU, BUT. THROUGH OTHER METHODS. I'M NOT SURE EXACTLY WHAT THOSE MIGHT BE AT THIS TIME, BUT I THINK THEY'RE THEY'RE IMPORTANT THINGS THAT WE NEED TO LOOK AT IT. AND SEE HOW WE CAN KEEP THOSE GOING. THOSE GOING. BUT J. J HAS BEEN IN OUR LEAD AND NEGOTIATIONS WITH THEIR REPRESENTATIVES, AND HE COULD PROBABLY ANSWER MORE QUESTIONS, AND I CAN. I THINK THE CONSTABLE SERVICES REPRESENTED ALSO TODAY. ALL I HAD GOOD, OKAY? SO REGARDING GUARDING THE LATER IN THE TRASH, AND IN OUR LAW ENFORCEMENT BEING DOWN THERE. IS THERE ANY REASON IF YOU SEE A. AND OFFICER CAME. THIS MAY BE A QUESTION FOR YOU.

CAN THEY NOT CITE PEOPLE IF THEY SEE PEOPLE LITTERING? BECAUSE IT'S. BECAUSE OF STATE PROPERTY OF STATE. YEAH, OKAY. COME ON, COME ON, COME ON UP SO

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YOU CAN HEAR ME? I'M SORRY. THE MICROPHONES AREN'T WORKING TODAY. SO MY QUESTION THAT JJ WAS AND I THINK HE ANSWERED IT. BUT. IS THERE WAS THEIR REASON THAT YOU GUYS IF YOU WITNESSED LITTERING COULDN'T WRITE HIM A CITATION AND ABSOLUTELY AND WE HAVE YOU HAVE WE HAVE IN YEARS PAST. HAS WORKING WITH THE CONSTABLES DEPARTMENT. WE'VE BEEN DOWN IN THE RIVER SEPARATE FROM THE MOU AND WE HAVE. I DON'T HAVE THE NUMBERS OFF THE TOP OF MY HEAD, BUT WE HAVE. IN YEARS PAST WRITTEN MULTIPLE CITATIONS FOR LITTERING. WE'RE ALSO LOOKING FOR OTHER STATE LAW VIOLATIONS. PEOPLE WHO ARE USING DRUGS. PEOPLE ARE TOO DRUNK TO FLOAT. PEOPLE WHO ARE UNDERAGE DRINKING, LITTERING. YOU KNOW THOSE TYPE ENVIRONMENTAL. THINGS AND THEN WE ALSO WORKED CLOSELY WITH PARKS AND WILDLIFE WHEN THEY'RE DOWN THERE AND ASSISTING JOIN MABRY WITH ISSUES LIKE. YOU KNOW WHEN SHE PULLED SOMEBODY OUT FOR HAVING A. NOT HAVING A FLOTATION DEVICES OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT. WELL, WE WORKED CLOSELY WITH JOIN FOR SEVERAL YEARS ON MULTIPLE ISSUES, AND THEN ONE OF THE MAIN ONES OF SLAVERY. OKAY, THANK YOU. YES, SIR. JUDGE UM THIS WOULD TAKE LIKE JUDGE PAULA TOM AND PAULA GOINGS HAVE THE ATTORNEY OR HAD ASKED THE ATTORNEY TO BE PRESENT. THAT WAS UM. THE LEAD ON THAT LAWSUIT. WOULD YOU MIND IF HE SAID JUST A FEW WORDS RELATED TO THAT? NO, NO, IT WAS THAT. OKAY, TOM. THANK YOU.

THANK YOU. MORNING HONOR. GOOD MORNING. MICHENER'S, UH, GOD BLESS YOU. BUT I JUST SIT HERE.

BLESS YOU THE WORK YOU DO. I LIVE DOWN IN CORPUS. I'VE KNOWN TOM SINCE THE 1978 WHEN I DID MY FIRST TEXAS WATER SAFARI. LAST MONDAY WAS 2018. SO I LOVE THE RIVER. THAT RIVER IN 1978 WAS UGLY. THERE'S A BIG BLACK TOO. COME IN OUT OF THE RIVER JUST AS SOON AS YOU WENT UNDER 35. YEAH, YOU KNOW, I THOUGHT MAYBE THAT'S EVERYTHING WORK, BUT I JUST. BROUGHT THIS NEWSPAPER TODAY. IT'S BACK FROM TOM AND PAULA. GOINGS. I'VE BEEN CLEANING UP THIS RIVER.

FOR OVER 40 YEARS. AND THAT BLACK TUBE IN THERE ANYMORE. WOULDN'T BE FLOATING ON THIS RIVER. PEOPLE HADN'T TAKEN CARE OF IT BACK. THE GENTLEMAN THIS MORNING GOT UP. AND UH, I ONLY GOT IN THE CASE. I'M I'M I'M SEMI RETIRED. I'M KEEP MY LICENSE UP, BUT I'LL HAVE AN OFFICE. SO TOM AND PAULA'S. YOU'RE GOOD. WHAT ABOUT THESE TUMORS? TUBER STUPORS, AND I WOULDN'T CAN'T BE THE TWO OF YOU. CAN'T I SAY THAT? I'M ONE OF THOSE GUYS. YOU LET ME GET ON THERE, SO I RENTED THE TUBES. I DID IT FOUR TIMES. WENT DOWN BEFORE IT GOT INTO THE THING. AND SAW THAT THIS VAST, VAST MAJORITY PEOPLE. THEY'RE NICE KIDS. THEY'RE NOT.

THEY'RE NOT KID. THEY WANT A GOOD TIME. MOTHER RIVER. I UNDERSTOOD ALL THAT. THEN THERE'S SOME PROBLEMS COME UP, EVEN WITH GOOD WITH GOOD KIDS, AND THAT IS ONCE THE ONCE OF PARTIES. ARTS ONCE PEOPLE STOP. LITTLE CHINA. WE CALL THE RIVER. OH, MY GOODNESS. YOU KNOW, TEXAS EVERYTHING'S SUPPOSED TO BE REAL BIG. THIS IS THIS IS VERY DELICATE, VERY BEAUTIFUL GM. IT'S AN ASSET THAT YEAH. FACE. IT'S CLEAR. IT'S PRACTICALLY CLEAR YET TOM'S PLACE. WAIST DEEP IN THE WATER IN THIS, IT'LL STILL BE CLEAR. THIS IS A LOT OF ACTION.

KEEP GOING. SO I SAID, HOW WE? HOW CAN WE SOLVE THIS? BECAUSE IT LOOKS LIKE MOST OF PEOPLE ARE NOT. SO THAT'S THE OTHER THINGS THAT WERE JUST HORRIBLE. THAT HAPPENS. SO, UH, I DID SOMETHING I SAID. I THINK WE CAN GET THIS TAKEN CARE OF IF THE JUDGE WILL ORDER THEM TO DO SOMETHING THAT EVERYBODY TOLD ME. NO, YOU CAN'T GET A JUDGE TO POSITIVELY TELL SOMEBODY HOW TO RUN YOUR BUSINESS. JUDGES SAY DON'T DO THIS. DON'T DO THAT. IT SEEMED TO ME THAT THERE ARE THREE BASIC THINGS THAT WE NEEDED TO HAVE DONE ON THIS RIVER. WE NEEDED TO KEEP IT CLEAN. WE NEEDED TO HMM. GET DOWN. NOISE. AND WE NEED TO KEEP EVERYBODY MOVE. BECAUSE THIS LITTLE RIVER, IT IS DIFFERENT LEVELS THE LEVEL OF SCENE RIGHT NOW. AND PEOPLE GET

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THEY'RE NOT MOVING. WE HAVE WE HAVE VIDEOS. IT SOUNDS LIKE YOU DON'T HAVE ANY SOUND. TODAY'S I DON'T. WELL, I DON'T MEAN TO INTERRUPT YOU, BUT WE CAN'T HEAR US ON SWAG IT SO IF YOU CAN SPEAK INTO THE MIKE, I'M VERY SHARP. THAT RECORDING THAT WE'RE DOING. YOU HAVE CAPABILITY. TODAY WE HAVE A COUPLE LITTLE VIDEOS. THAT JUST SHOW SOUND LEVEL THAT IF YOU DON'T HAVE THE SOUND, WE DON'T NEED TO RUN HIM. WE'VE GOT PICTURES IT, TOM. TOM CAN SHOW YOU WE PUT UPON THE VIDEO. JUST A PICTURE OF THE WOMAN THIS MORNING GOT UP, TALKED ABOUT TRASH DOWN RIVER. WE'VE GOT A STILL PICTURE THAT WE COULD SHOW YOU THAT. UM THAT WOULD BE FINE. WE DON'T HAVE THE SPEAKERS. NO SPEAKERS SWELL UP SO. WHAT? WE'D LOVE TO PLAY THOSE FOR YOU SOMETIME BECAUSE WHEN YOU HEAR IT, I'VE GOT TO LEARN SOME SOME LYRICS. THAT YOU KNOW, PAUL IS OVER. 70 TOLD ME A COUPLE YEARS AGO. I CAME UP SAID WE COULD HEAR THIS FROM OUR BALCONY, WHICH IS THEIR 70 YARDS FROM THE RIVER. UM. AND SO GET TO THE POINT. SO I SUED HIM AND I SAID, AND I DID IT, YOU KNOW WAY DIDN'T MAKE A BUNCH OF PUBLICITY ABOUT IT. WE DIDN'T. WE WENT DOWN TO THE JUDGE, AND WE PUT THE PUT THE FOCUS ON THE STAND, AND WE ASKED HIM. IF YOU GAVE IN ORIENTATION. THESE FOLKS WERE THEY GOT IN THE RIVER. YOU LET HIM KNOW THERE'S A CHURCH CAMP DOWN RIVER. THERE'S AH, THERE'S A LITTLE SCOUT CAMP. THERE'S FAMILIES. IT LOOKS LIKE YOU'RE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE WILDERNESS. YOU GOT ALL THIS BEAUTIFUL VEGETATION ALL AROUND. YOU THINK YOU'RE IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE. BUT YOU'RE NOT. SO THERE'S PEOPLE THERE'S KIDS, YOU GOTTA WATCH YOUR LANGUAGE. I SAID, WELL, THAT WOULD THAT COST YOU MUCH AS A BUSINESS MAN. THEY SAID NO, WE COULD DO THAT. I SAID, WELL, COULD YOU HAVE A LITTLE VIDEO ORIENTATION? OF COURSE I'M THINKING. SO WE WROTE IT OUT FOR ME SAID NO, WE COULD DO THAT WOULDN'T COST TOO MUCH. I SAID, WELL, HOW ABOUT UM. HOW ABOUT NO STOP? AND COULD YOU TELL ME? YOU KNOW WE COULD DO THAT, AND THEY SIGNED THEIR WAIVERS WHEN THEY SIGN IT BECAUSE WE'RE PUTTING HIM ON AN INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH ONTO THE RIVER. WE'LL LET HIM KNOW. KEEP ON MOVING AND KEEP IT DOWN. AND DON'T LET HER. AND THEN ALL THE ALL THE THINGS THAT GO WITH THAT NO GLASS AND I'M STAR FROM ALL THOSE THINGS, BUT IT'S JUST VERY SIMPLE. KEEP IT MOVING.

KEEP IT CLEAN. KEEP IT DOWN. YOU KNOW, LIKE PEOPLE TREAT EACH OTHER. AND SO THE UPSHOT OF THAT IT IS I GOT WE GOT. AND THE JUDGE CALLED RECESS AFTER WE PUT TESTIMONY ON THE OTHER SIDE TALKS, HOBBIES HE BROUGHT BACK IN CHAMBERS AND. THOSE FOLKS SAID, YEAH, WE COULD DO THIS AND SO HE ORDERED IT. AND, UH, WE HAD AN INJUNCTION. THEN WE TOOK A LITTLE MORE VIDEO DURING THE TEMPORARY INJUNCTION FACE AND WE COULD SHOW THAT FOR YOU ON GATHERING. PEOPLE. ONCE THERE'S A PARTY AND THEY STOP, NOT EVERYBODY'S TRESPASSING. AND IF YOU'RE GOING TO GET TECHNICAL AND. STRAIN THE GNAT AND SWALLOW THE CAMELS, LIKE LIKE YOU DO WHEN YOU GET INTO THE LEGAL STUFF, BUT YOU GET YOU GET A COUPLE 100 PEOPLE STANDING ON SOMEBODY SCRABBLE BAR AND YOU'VE GOT HALF OF THEM. UPON THE PROPERTY. SO YOU KNOW YOU. WE'VE GOT A VIDEO FOR POOR AH GLASPIE COUNTY. I THINK SHERIFF IS KHAKI OUTFIT. SHE WAS. TRY AND TAKE THIS BAR'S RANCH BACK SEVERAL YEARS AGO, AND SHE'S TRYING TO SHUT PEOPLE OFF. IT'S JUST SILLY. IT'S JUST SILLY. SO IF THE TUBING OPERATION WOULD GIVE THE PROPER ORIENTATION. REALLY MEAN IT, AND THEY COULD DO THAT. THEY'RE NOT. THEY'RE NOT DOING IT. THEY HAVE SOME. THEY PUT THEY PUT OUR WORDS AS SUBTITLES TO SOME VIDEO, THEY SAID THEY DO THAT'S OVER ON THE SIDE THAT YOU CAN'T MAKE PEOPLE GET THEIR HEARTS IN IT. BUT. I DIDN'T WANT TO UPSET THE BUSINESS. EVERYONE SHOULDN'T. THEY THOUGHT WE WERE GONNA SHUT HIM DOWN. I SAID NO. WE JUST NEED TO GET ALONG. AND I ASK IF I'M QUICK. THE. WITH IT WITH THE AGREEMENT EXPIRING IN NOVEMBER OF THIS YEAR OF.

WHAT IF ANY PLANS DO DO YOU OR ARE THE FOLKS WHO HAD LED THAT EFFORT HAVE FOR A RENEWAL? OR ARE COULD YOU. TELL US WHAT THAT PROCESS WILL BE. CLAIMING PARK'S PRETTY CLOSE TO. AND THEN IT GETS DONE. OTHERWISE, PEOPLE DO ALL KINDS OF THINGS, BUT WE'VE JUST SEEMED TO ME THEY ARE. IF WE AGREED WITH HIM THAT THEY DIDN'T WANT TO TRIAL. DO ALL THIS WILL DO IT FOR ME.

GIVE US FIVE YEARS. SURE, FIVE YEARS YOU'LL FIGURE IT OUT. YOU'LL CHANGE THE CULTURE.

RIGHT? HOLD THE STATE LEGISLATURE. WE GOT VIDEO OF THEM SWEARING UNDER OATH TO THE WE OWE TO THE STATE. MM. FOLDER. BECAUSE I SAID THEY WERE GONNA DO IT TWO YEARS BEFORE SONG. WE ASKED HIM. YOU HAVE HEARD FROM FROM. SO IS THERE BUT IS THERE A PLAN TONTO?

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MAYBE PERCY THIS AND GET AN EXTENSION TO YOUR INJUNCTION. IT ALL FALLS DOWN ON US. NO.

WAS JUST TIME I TOLD THOMAS AND I REPRESENT YOU, PAUL. I KNOW YOU HAVE NO NEED FOR 40 YEARS.

I KNOW WHAT. YOU GET YOUR LAWSUIT, THINGS GET OFF OFF. BUT YOU GET A BUNCH OF PEOPLE WHO KNOWS YOU'RE GONNA HAVE. SOMEBODY'S GOING. TRACKING ON THIS AND LET'S JUST SIMPLE BUT WE DID IT FOR THE RIVER. YOU KNOW, WE DIDN'T GET ANY MONEY WE CONSUME FOR MONEY. WE JUST WANNA COME KIND. AND THE STEPS, I THINK IT DOESN'T WORK. I'D LIKE TO SAY A LITTLE SOMETHING CALLED THE MASTER. FACT SITUATION THINGS. ORDER. IT'S TO ME LIKE WE'RE CHANGE.

WORKING. CITIES. WELL, IT'S RUNNING THROUGH HIS COMPUTER, BUT WE DON'T HAVE IT HERE YET.

WELL, I DON'T WANT I'LL KEEP TALKING, WE'LL WE'LL WE'LL GO AHEAD AND WATCH THIS AND THEN WE'RE GONNA HAVE TO MOVE THIS ALONG. YEAH, I TOOK THIS. MM. THIS IS FIVE YEARS. JUST FINE.

OKAY? SEVEN.

NO, NO TURN YEAH. REGULARLY.

LEGISLATOR. MM. BEATING UP THERE. HE DID. JUST TWO YEARS AGO. YEAH, I THINK WE PROBABLY. BUT I DON'T KNOW IF WE'VE GOT TIME TO WATCH A BUNCH MORE VIDEOS, BUT I THINK WE GET THE IDEA. CERTAINLY AND THAT'S FINE. SO WE EVOLVED ARE FOR THE MOST PART. MOST OF US HAVE BEEN DOWN THERE AND SEEN IT AND WE UNDERSTAND IT. LISTEN, JACK. WRITING OFF. GO AHEAD AND FIND TOMMY. MY. CAN WE TURN THAT DOWN A LITTLE BIT SO I CAN HEAR YOU. I CAN'T HEAR YOU ALL IN THIS. I CAN'T TURN IT NOW. I CAN I CAN STOP IT. THANK YOU. THANK YOU. I'M JUST HAVEN'T

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JUST TURNED HIM. RATHER THAN SIGNING. MM. ARE YOU THAT DOESN'T HAVE CONDITIONS LIKE NO GLASS. I MEAN, THEY WILL HAVE MY ASS BANK ON THE RIVER. THERE'S NOTHING IN THIS THING IT THANKS IS SAYS YOU CAN'T HAVE GLASS AND. AND LENGTH. LET'S GIVE THE GUY A SONG. I MEAN, THAT IS BOUND TO THEY HAVE GREEN. MONTH, JEAN JUDGE LOOMER DID IN ALL THESE THINGS.

I CAN'T THINK GREEN WHEN THE CANYON I'M RATHER YOU SAY? WELL, WE'VE GOTTA DO SOMETHING.

MY NAME FIRST. RIGHT? MAIN THING GOING THROUGH HELL. FOR THE LAST MONTH WHEN YOU INHALE ANOTHER MONTH. WENT DOWN, DUDE. I WOULD SAY. THEN DECIDING A BAND MOU. WE'LL COME BACK. MISS ELLIE ON THE VIDEO YOU LIKE HAVE A GOOD AMONG NG. ME THEY'VE HEARD. 10,000 PEOPLE COUNTED ME AND ON THIS TEAM OFFENSE, A RIVER. IF THAT AIN'T A MASS GATHERING. I DON'T NO ONE IS. YOU DON'T HAVE ANY AUTHORITY AND WRITE OUR MENSES. I GET YOU CAN'T RUN ORGANS. BUT YOU CAN GET JOEL MASS GATHERINGS. AND THEY ALL CAN THINK AND READ 500 TEAMS. EASY.

WELL, THANKS TO STATE TEAMS. ONLY 9.900 TEAMS OUT. IN SATURDAY'S AGO AND THE THINGS IN GOING IN THE CANYON STARTING YET. YOU PUT 900 THINGS OUT. AND YOU DON'T AND FORTH AND NO STOPPING. 500 PEOPLE. HAVE THEM GIVE ME UNDERAGE AND THEY ARE AND IN FOUL CALLS INVOLVED. AND SOME MASS GATHERING. SCANNING MEANS TO CONTROL MAN'S GATHERINGS. NO, PLEASE. YOU KNOW, EITHER BANKING, GET A MASK AND DRINK ARE MEANT. EVERY DAY THEY OPERATE. IT MEANS A HEARING EVERY SINGLE MASS GATHERING PERMIT. ARM. HAVE A NAME FOR YOU. YEAH. I SAID, THINKING, SHOW OFF THE SAME CONDITIONS. YOU'VE BEEN HAVING A MASS GATHERING TORMENT. BUT IT'S DONE. DON'T SIGN THIS ONE TODAY. SPIN IT OFF. LET'S LET'S DOG WE GOT TIME. I MEAN, WHAT CAN I DO TO ME? THE NEXT MONTH IF THEY HAVEN'T ALREADY DONE. I'M GOING DOWN. YOU SAW HIM. I CAN'T ROUND HOW MANY CAN COME ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON. EVEN A SUNDAY FORGET SATURDAY. YOU WENT THERE SATURDAY. I MEAN, I DON'T HAVE MUCH NOISE. I KNOW HOW IT THEN THAT OKAY LIKE THE TIME WE GET WAY NEEDS TO MOVE ON AND TALK. TALK ABOUT THIS, BUT WE APPRECIATE IT ON A MASS SCALE. WHEN YOU WANT WADE LOVE TO TALK ANYTIME. GIVE YOUR GIRL DOG AND PONY SHOW ON THAT BUT ONE OF THE BEAUTIES OF THE MASCOT. THAT IS THAT BEFORE IT GETS BEFORE THEY GET THE PERMIT. ISN'T HERE. FOR MAYBE THAT'S WHAT YOU REALLY HAPPEN. HAVE A REAL HEARING. AND IT CAN BE FIXED. THIS ISN'T KICKING HIM OUT. THIS IS JUST. HOW DO PEOPLE GET ALONG AND REALLY MAKE IT WORK? AND IT'S NOT THAT HARD. JUST KEEP IT CLEAN. YEAH. THANK YOU. I APPRECIATE IT.

THANK YOU. THANK YOU. I'VE BEEN UNDER FIVE YEARS.

SO, UM, THE MOU DIDN'T PREVIOUSLY INCLUDE THOSE THINGS. THAT WAS A JUDGMENT THAT THAT WAS PASSED AND IT'S GOING TO EXPIRE IN NOVEMBER. AND SO I THINK THE TUBING COS AIR WANTING IT TO EXPIRE THERE WANTING IT TO GO AWAY. NOW, UM, R CURRENT MOU HAS A CLAUSE IN IT THAT IT RENEWS. EVERY YEAR, SO THAT'S WHY WE'VE NEVER HAD TO BRING IT BACK EVERY YEAR FOR CONSIDERATION. WE'VE DONE SOME TINKERING WITH IT EVERY EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE. BUT, UM. WE THAT THE CURRENT MOU DOESN'T DEAL WITH THE NUMBER OF SHIFTS THAT WE NEED TO HAVE RIGHT NOW, OR THE PAY. THAT NEEDS TO BE PAID TO THESE FOLKS IN ORDER TO GET OUT OF PUT STAFFING. YOU KNOW, IT'S OUT OF DATE. AND UM, THERE'S ALSO SOME EMERGENCY

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SERVICES, SAYING THAT NEED TO BE ADDED. SO WHEN WE PROPOSED TO ROLL. THE JUDGMENT THINGS INTO THE MOU BECAUSE WE KNOW IT'S GOING TO EXPIRE. THEY OBJECTED TO THAT. NOW, UM WE COULD NOT. WE COULD SAY, WELL, WE'RE JUST TRYING TO NOT. CONSIDERING MOU AT THIS TIME OR AMENDMENT TO IT. AND THE TWO BIG COMPANIES PROBABLY BE FINE WITH THAT. BECAUSE YOU KNOW THEY KNOW WHAT'S IN THE CURRENT MOU AND IT IT WILL RENEW AND IT'LL BE SAME OLD, SAME OLD.

BUT. I WOULD LIKE TO LOOK AT THE ALTERNATIVES THAT WE NEED TO GET THIS NEW MOU DONE BECAUSE IT NEEDS TO BE UP TO DATE AND SET UP TOO. DIVIDE THIS, THE SERVICES THAT NEED TO BE PROVIDED. BUT WHEN I WOULD LIKE TO CONSIDER WAYS THAT. I DON'T KNOW IF IT'S TRUE MASS GATHERING PERMITS. I DON'T JUDGE KNOWS A LOT MORE ABOUT THAT THAN I DO, AND I DON'T KNOW HOW THAT WORKS OR ASSIST. IF COULD WE ASSIST THE PROPERTY OWNERS AND GOING BACK IN ADDRESSING THROUGH A JUDGMENT. I DON'T KNOW. BY THE TIME WE NEED TO MOVE FORWARD, I FEEL WITH THE M OU UNDERSTAND WHY TOM WANTS US TO DO NOT AT THIS TIME. BUT I CAN COMMIT. I'M NOT GOING TO LET IT DROP AND BUT I THINK. I THINK WE NEED YOU DO NEED TO PURSUE THE CURRENT IS THERE'S ONE PROBLEM I SEE IS THAT. SO IF WE TRY TO FORCE THEIR HAND AND COULD THE JUDGMENT INTO THE SAME OF YOU, AND THEY SAY NO, WE'RE NOT GONNA SIGN IT. NO, I GOT NO WAY TO GET OUR LAW ENFORCEMENT ON THE RIVER. WELL, AND I THINK THAT WE MAY BE. HERE. I DON'T KNOW WHAT THEIR MOTIVATION IS, BUT. THE MASS GATHERING PERMITS, NOT TERRIBLE IDEA THAT THERE'S SOME BURDEN OF PROOF ON THE COUNTY FOR EVERY SINGLE OUTFITTER EVERY SINGLE DAY THAT THEY'RE IN OPERATION. WHO. NO IMPROVE WHEN THEY GO OVER 500 PEOPLE. SO I MEAN, I DON'T KNOW WHAT THAT LOOKS LIKE. YOU GOT A CONSTABLE THINKING THEM THROUGH THE GAME. I MEAN, HOW DO YOU KNOW WHEN THE MAGIC NUMBER HAS BEEN HIT WITHOUT LITERALLY COUNTING THE PEOPLE AS THEY COME THROUGH EVERY OUTFITTER, AND SO THAT WOULD BE. SOMETHING WE HAVE TO EXPLORE. I'M NOT SAYING THAT COULDN'T BE DONE. I DON'T THINK THAT'S A BAD IDEA, BUT WE WOULD HAVE TO WAIT. TO 10,000 ON THE RIVER THAT STAYS, YOU KNOW, THAT'S THE STATE'S PROPERTY. WE ISSUE A MOUNT MASS GATHERING FOR COUNTY PROPERTY. SO THAT WE WOULD HAVE TO PROVE THAT THEY HAD 500 PEOPLE WALK THROUGH COUNTY PROPERTY THROUGH THERE OUT THERE INTO THE RIVER, AND THEN THEY'VE MET THE THEY'VE MET THE BURDEN OF A MASS GATHERING AT THAT POINT, BECAUSE THERE IS ALCOHOL. THERE ARE PEOPLE THERE UNDER 21 YEARS OLD. AND FIVE HUNDREDS OF NUMBER IF THERE'S. I THINK IT'S WHAT 50% JJ 51% ARE UNDER THE AGE OF 21. YEAH, SO I'LL HAVE TO LOOK IT UP AGAIN. BUT. SO YOU ALSO HAVE TO KNOW FOR 500. YEAH. MORE THAN HALF. ARE UNDER THE AGE OF 21. THERE'S BEING ALCOHOL SERVED, SO YOU LITERALLY. AFTER CARD EVERYBODY AND COUNTER THAT'S COMING FREE, IF NOT, THE NEXT STANDARD GOES TO 2500. AND SO, SO THAT'S THAT'S SOME OF THE RUBS WITH THE MASS GATHERING PERMIT. I WISH IT WAS JUST THE SIMPLEST THING. YOU GET 500 PEOPLE COMING THROUGH HERE AND YOU, YOU QUALIFIED, BUT IT'S NOT. UM. WE RAN INTO THAT RECENTLY WE HAD A CONCERT. THERE'S SOME CONCERN ABOUT THE CONCERT. WE NOTIFIED THEM THAT THEY HAD NOT APPLIED TO THE COUNTY FOR A MASS GATHERING PERMIT. AND THEY DID NOT. EXCEED THE 500 PEOPLE, MUCH LESS BEING ABLE TO PROVE THEY'RE UNDER THE AGE OF 21. ALCOHOL WAS BEING SERVED MORE THAN HALF SO. THOSE ARE ALL THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN WE'RE TALKING ABOUT MASS GATHERING PERMITS. YES, SIR. AND THE. ONE OF THE THINGS IN THE IN THE ORDER IN THE INJUNCTION, THAT'S VERY THAT WORKS IS MODERN. AND THE AGREEMENT ALSO CALLS OKAY? JUST HAVE SOME ROVING MONITORS.

I THOUGHT THEY'D BE FOOLISH PEOPLE ON THE RIVER HE DISTRIBUTED, FLOAT UP AND DOWN THE DIFFERENT SPOTS ON YOUR LITTLE GUY. REMIND PEOPLE IF THERE'S OTHER PEOPLE AROUND VERY SIMPLE. AND WE'VE HAD. WE'VE HAD DIFFERENT KIND OF MONITORS AT TOM'S PROPERTY FOR

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A COUPLE OF YEARS, WE HAD A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN. IT HAD THE RIGHT ATTITUDE. EVERYTHING SHE ONLY HAPPY GOT EVERYTHING MOVING ALONG. YEAH. DON'T DO THIS. RUINING THE PARTY.

ANYTHING FLOAT, BUT. IT'S THE HEART IF YOU WANT TO GET ALONG. I AGREE, BUT THAT'S THE MASTER.

YES. EVERYTHING THAT YOU HAVE 500. I THINK IF YOU'VE GOT REASONABLE EXPECTATION. WHAT IS BOTH COMPANIES, RIGHT? WHAT. INSANE PLACE FOR US RIVER TAKE OUT JUST THE SAME PLACE. EVER.

YOU'VE GOT A TWO MILE STRIPS NEXT YEAR. EXCELLENT. I THINK REASONABLE EXPECTATION AND I CANNOT IMAGINE TEXT. WHICH COURT SYSTEM ONE. WERE MADE. HAVE A HEARING BEFORE YOU ON THIS MAN. YOU. THINGS. YOUR PROBLEM. HAVE A HISTORY. AND I. OLD MAN THAT TALKED TO SOME LOOKING FOR HIM. WE CAN. WE CAN DO THAT. YOU KNOW, OUTSIDE OF COURT. WE CAN HAVE SOME CONVERSATIONS LATER. DOES. HE GOT BLUSHING? LIKE THIS SAID, THANK YOU. THANK YOU. I APPRECIATE IT. OKAY, UM. SO BACK TO THIS DISCUSSION ACTION. YOU CONSIDER RESOLUTION 27 2021 MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN TEXAS STATE TUBES LLC RK WIDE LIMITED IN KABUL COUNTY. DO WE HAVE A MOTION ON THIS? I RECOMMEND APPROVAL. UM. WITH WITH THE COMMITMENT THAT THAT WE. WELL, WE'LL PURSUE MEANS TO FURTHER THE. CONDITIONS SET FORWARD IN THE JUDGE'S ORDER. HEY! OH, WAY, HAVE EMOTION. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? I'LL MAKE THE SECOND MOTION AND SECOND AND DISCUSSION. YES. OKAY? YES, PLEASE. FOR THE RECORD.

SAY I BEGAN 11,000. 70 070. YEAH. OKAY? MM HMM. WE'RE GONNA NEED TO GET THAT RESOLVED. COMMISSIONER BEFORE WE START DOWN THE PATH OF THE NEXT TIME YOU. NEITHER NEITHER COMPANY HAS RESPONDED. YEAH. WE HAVE EMOTIONS. SECOND TOE. TO PASS THIS WAY. PROBABLY THERE'S ANY OTHER DISCUSSION NEED TO VOTE ON THAT. AND THEN I CAN. I'M IN MY MOTION. YES, PLEASE. UM. I WOULD RECOMMEND APPROVAL. UM. SUBJECT TO PAST INVOICES BEING BROUGHT CURRENT AND, UM. ACKNOWLEDGING THAT WE WILL PURSUE. MEANS TO X TO EXTEND THE ORDER CONDITIONS. OKAY? WE HAVE AH, REVISED MOTION. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? WE HAVE A REVISED MOTION IN A SECOND. ANY OTHER DISCUSSION. NOT ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE, AYE. THOSE NINE MOTION CARRIES. ADAM 11 DISCUSSION ACTION TO CONSIDER PAYMENT TO PURE CASTINGS FOR FY

[11. Discussion/Action to consider the payment to Pure Casting Company for FY 2020 under 381 agreement. Speaker: Judge Haden/JJ Wells; Backup: 6; Cost: $12,973.17]

2020 UNDER 3 81 AGREEMENT. YEAH. COMMISSIONERS PURE CASTINGS. HAS ASKED THAT WE, UH

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CONSIDER NOT CONSIDER IT 100% REBATE. ALTHOUGH THEY DID NOT MEET ALL THE CONDITIONS OF THE 3 81 AGREEMENT. THERE IS. J. J DO YOU HAVE ANY NUMBERS ON WHERE WE'RE AT ON THAT? HISTORICALLY WE HAVE PRO GRADED BASED ON THEIR PERFORMANCE. WITH THE 3 81. AND. THAT'S NORMALLY WHAT WE THIS COURT IS TRADITIONALLY DONE AND. IS THERE ANYONE HERE FROM YOUR CASTINGS? IT WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK ON THIS. YES, SIR. MORNING GEORGE COMMISSIONER'S STAFF. MY NAME'S BILL HAYDON, THEM CFO PURE CASTINGS. UM. JUST BRIEFLY. LAST YEAR WAS.

YEAR. I'D LIKE TO FORGET FINANCIALLY. WAIT. HAD SEVERAL CONDITIONS NOT ON POLICED WAS COVERT. NO BUT ACTED AS A MULTIPLIER TO AN ALREADY DECREASING BUSINESS CONDITION.

ABOUT 70% OF OUR BUSINESS IS RELATED. ALL THE GAS. AND WE'RE ALREADY BEGAN TO SEE IN 2019.

CYCLE THAT WE GO THROUGH. SEEMS LIKE EVERY 7 TO 10 YEARS WHERE THERE'S A DOWNTURN IN ON GAS BUSINESS AND TYPICALLY WITHIN SIX TOE. 12 MONTHS THAT DOWNTURN IS OVER AND IT COMES BACK AND IT COMES BACK EVEN TO A HIGHER RATE THAN IT. IT WAS BEFORE THE DOWNTURN, SO. LAST YEAR WAS ONE OF THOSE YEARS WE UPSET WE WERE IN THE THIRD YEAR OF A CHAPTER 3 81 AGREEMENT WITH THE COUNTY. A TO START YEAR WE WERE GOING TO GET REIMBURSED 60. THE. PROPERTY TAXES THAT WE PAID. FOR 2020, BASED ON MAINTAINING. NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES MAKE A TOTAL OF THAT WAS LIKE 62. I CAN LOOK AT MY NOTES AND VERIFY THAT. WE ENDED THE YEAR WITH A BLENDED AVERAGE OF ABOUT 47 EMPLOYEES. WE HAD. THE ECONOMY, OBVIOUSLY LOSING ABOUT 40% OF GDP DURING THAT DOWNTURN, AND DURING COVERT AND ON GAS BUSINESS, BUT JUST BASICALLY FREEZING. ALONG WITH WE HAD AUDIT FROM ICE THAT CAME IN AND. REQUESTED THAT WE TERMINATE 16 PEOPLE. LATE IN THE YEAR AROUND THANKSGIVING. WE REALLY DIDN'T HAVE CONTROL OVER. SO WE WAIT DID THAT ACCORDING TO THE LAW. NO, OF COURSE THAT DIDN'T DIDN'T HELP OUR NUMBERS. SINCE THAT TIME WE RESTORED I THINK WE ENDED THE YEAR IT AROUND 24 EMPLOYEES TOTAL. ON AVERAGE, 25. MAYBE.

SINCE THAT TIME WE'RE BACK TO AROUND 40. SEE ENOUGH? GREAT. RECOVERY GOING ON, PARTICULARLY LAST 45 DAYS OR SO, AND WE'RE VERY OPTIMISTIC THAT. WE'RE HEADED BACK TO THAT 60 AND 70 RANGE, ASSUMING WE CAN FIND EMPLOYEES, WHICH IS A CHALLENGE THESE DAYS. OUR WORK IS VERY.

BLUE COLLAR, HARD WORK, DIRTY WORK. IT'S HARD TO FIND FOLKS SOMETIMES WEAR TRYING TO BRING ON A 3 TO 5 PEOPLE A WEEK IF WE CAN FIND HIM SO IN FACT, WE JUST RECENTLY. EXTENDED LOOKING AT GOING WITH STAFFING COMPANIES, JUST ANYBODY WE CAN GET BECAUSE WE'VE GOT THE WORK WE NEED. JUST GET IT BACK. SO I REQUEST TO THE COURT WOZ, TOO. UM. WAY THE REQUIREMENT OF THE 62 PAY. THE 60% IS AS PER THE AGREEMENT. MM. JUST SIMPLE AS I CAN PUT IT, OKAY. MISS NICKS.

QUESTIONS. YES. 40 AUTHORITY BLENDED AVERAGE AND 47. YEAH, WE ENDED THE YEAR TO ABOUT 25 AFTER THE ADJUSTMENT FROM I SAW IT. I'LL BE HONEST WITH YOU, MR HAYDEN, BY THE WAY, MR HAYDEN AND THEY'RE NOT RELATED. JUST SO EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT. ALL RIGHT, BE RECREATE RECUSING MYSELF RIGHT NOW. SO. ALMOST ALL OF OUR 3 81 COMPANIES HAVE BEEN GOING THROUGH THIS AND

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WHAT WE'VE HISTORICALLY DONE IS TAKEN THE PERCENTAGE OF EMPLOYEES THAT YOU HAD BELIEVE 7/62. AND ADJUSTED OUR REIMBURSEMENT BASED ON THAT TO ME THAT SEEMS LIKE THE FAIREST AND MOST CONSISTENT WAY OF DOING IT WAY. THAT'S HOW WE HAVE HISTORICALLY DONE IT. HMM.

THAT'S SOMETHING I COULD GET COMFORTABLE WITH. I THINK BASED ON THOSE NUMBERS WAY AVERAGED ABOUT 47 EMPLOYEES FOR THE YEAR. OKAY BLENDED. WE STARTED OUT IN THE EIGHTIES AND WENT DOWN TO THAT 24 NUMBER. OKAY, SO THAT 47 OF THE 62 YEAR, I GUESS WOULD BE THE PROGRAM THIS YEAR.

YES SIR. THAT'S RIGHT. SO WE TAKE WHATEVER YOU'RE 60% WOZ. MULTIPLIED BY WHATEVER THAT FACTOR IS, AND THAT WOULD BE THE REIMBURSEMENT. YES, SIR. FOR THE FOR THE TOTAL YEAR.

2020 THERE IS A BLENDED 47 FOR THE YEAR. IN OTHER WORDS, IN JANUARY, WE MAY HAVE HAD. 70 EMPLOYEES THERE AND ASSESS THE ECONOMY BEGAN TO SHUT DOWN. WE WENT DOWN TO 24. SO WHAT YOU DO IS YOU LOOK AT THAT OVER THE WHOLE YEAR. YOU LOOK AT IT IN TERMS OF OURS AND DOLLARS PAID.

AND YOU, YOU AVERAGE THAT, I GUESS FOR THE YEAR, SO FOR 2020, IT WAS RIGHT AT 47. FOR THE AVERAGE. MAIXNER, SAYING OTHER QUESTIONS.

SO, UH, WOULD THAT BE EMOTION TOO? DO A PRO RATA REIMBURSEMENT OF THEIR 60% BASED ON 47 EMPLOYEES. OVER THE REQUIRED 62 MULTIPLIER BASED ON THAT OKAY? WE HAVE A MOTION THAT WE HAVE A SECOND. ANY MORE DISCUSSION. IF NOT ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE, ALL RIGHT.

POSTMAN MOTION CARRIES. THANK YOU. THANK YOU VERY MUCH. DON'T 12 DISCUSSION ACTION TO

[12. Discussion/Action to consider Budget Amendment #45 for Harwood Road Culvert Grant and County Match. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Barbara Gonzales/ Dennis Engelke; Backup: 15; Cost: Net Zero]

CONSIDER BUDGET AMENDMENT NUMBER 45 FOR HARWOOD ROAD COVERT GRANT AND COUNTY MATCH IS DENNIS AROUND. IT WAS JUST THE BUDGET AMENDMENT. SORRY DIDN'T YOU SAY THAT THIS WILL BE A JOINT PRESENTATION, WORKING IN CONCERT WITH ON THE AUDITOR'S OFFICE. I JUST WANNA REMIND THE COURT. THAT, UH IN HURRICANE HARVEY. 13 OF THE 14 ROAD PROJECTS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED. THE 14TH PROJECT IS THE HARDWOOD ROAD COVER. PROJECT. AND IT WAS THE ONLY PROJECT THAT CLASSIFIED AS A LARGE PROJECT, MEANING THAT THE COST FOR REPAIRING THE ROAD EXCEEDED 101 $131,000 THRESHOLD THAT FEMA. HAS A ZOO RULE, THEREFORE, BEING A LARGE PROJECT, THE WORLD WORK CANNOT BE DONE BY UNIT ROAD. IT HAS TO BE BIT OUT BY CONTRACTOR AND.

THE WITH THE CURRENT. ALLOCATION OBLIGATION FROM FEMA FOR THAT PARTICULAR ROAD PROJECT THAT REQUIRES A LOCAL MATCH OF LITTLE EXTRA, A LITTLE MORE THAN $15,000, WHICH IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS BUDGET. AMENDMENT. WE'RE IN WORKING WITH FEMA ON. MAKING PROGRESS, HOPEFULLY ON COMPLETING THIS HARDWOOD ROAD PROJECT, IT REQUIRED A SCOPE MODIFICATION WITH WHICH TRACY BRATTON, OUR ENGINEER, AND I'VE BEEN WORKING WITH FEMA. WE HAVE TO HAVE THE UM GOLD MODIFICATION APPROVED. BECAUSE IN THE SCHOOL MODIFICATION IS THERE'S AN ADDITIONAL $35,000 EXPENDITURE BECAUSE WE HAVE TO BUILD A TEMPORARY BYPASS AROUND THE HARDWOOD ROAD, EH, SO THAT WE CAN REVERT TRAFFIC WHILE WE FIX THE MAIN HOMEWOOD ROAD. THAT TEMPORARY BYPASS WAS NOT ACCOUNTED FOR IN THE ORIGINAL PROJECTION WITH FEMA, SO THAT'S WHY THAT WE'VE HAD ASKED FOR A SCOPE MODIFICATION, WHICH IS WHY THAT PICK A ROAD PROJECT HAS NOT YET BEEN COMPLETED. THIS IS A BUDGET AMENDMENT REFERS TO THE ORIGINAL OBLIGATION FROM FEMA. TO REPAIR THAT ROAD, WHICH INCLUDES A LOCAL MATCH OF A LITTLE MORE THAN $15,000, WHICH IS BEING ACCOUNTED FOR IN THIS BUDGET AMENDMENT. HEY, BARBARA. YOU WANNA YOU WANT? DO YOU WANT ME TO DO IT? I DON'T CARE. I'M EASY. ALL RIGHT, SO WE'RE GONNA CREDIT OH, 2 3000. OH THREE. OH ONE FOR 139,430. AND THEN WE'RE GONNA CREDIT. OH 21101 31 42

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CONTRACT MOWING FOR 11,128. OH TO 11 01 46 40 VEGETATION MANAGEMENT FOR 4000. $365 AND THEN OH, TO 11 01 31 38 HARWOOD ROAD CULVERT FOR 154,920. WE'RE GOING TO DEATH BUT THAT A MAN OKAY. VERY GOOD. I MIGHT JUST ADD ON THIS PARTICULAR PROJECT ONCE THAT SCULPT MODIFICATION IS HOPEFULLY APPROVED, THEN WE CAN BEGIN THE BIDDING. FOR FINDING A CONTRACTOR TO FINISH THIS PARTICULAR ROAD PROJECT. THIS PROJECT RIGHT CURRENTLY HAS AND HAS A GRANT ENDING PERIOD OF PROJECT ENDING PERIOD OF OFFICE THE 25TH OF THIS YEAR. UNTIL WE'RE HOPING THAT CONTRACT PROTOCOLS CAN BE FOLLOWED AND WE GET THE CONTRACT AND GET THE CONSTRUCTION DONE BEFORE THE AUGUST 25TH DEADLINE. HEY, COMMISSIONER'S LOOKING FOR MOTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET AMENDMENT 45. OF EMOTION. WE HAVE 2ND 2ND MOTION IN SECOND AND DISCUSSION. NOT ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE AH, THAT WAS NINE. MOTION CARRIES. DON'T 13

[13. Discussion/Action to consider Budget Amendment #46 to transfer funds from Code Enforcement Repairs and Maintenance (001-6640-4510) and Training (001-6640-4810) line items to Disposal Fees (001-6640-3151) due to the increased illegal tire disposal. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Barbara Gonzales/ Mike Bittner]

DISCUSSION ACTION TO CONSIDER BUDGET AMENDMENT NUMBER 46 TO TRANSFER FUNDS FROM CODE ENFORCEMENT REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE. 0016640. OR 510 AND TRAINING 001664 LINE ITEMS TO DISPOSAL. THIES OF 00166. YEAH. MISTER. THIS IS WE'D HAD WE HAD. ONE OF OUR CAP, COG, ADVANCED AND WENT SLIGHTLY OVER AND THAT AMOUNT SO WE HAD TO DO A BUDGET AMENDMENT TO COVER THAT OVER RIDGE. LOOKING FOR A MOTION TO APPROVE BOTTOM 13 SO MOVE OF MOTION TO HAVE SECOND.

HAVE EMOTION AND SECOND, ANY DISCUSSION. IT'S NOT ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE. HI. THOSE NINE

[14. Discussion/Action to consider Budget Amendment #47 to move money from line item 013-6520-5312 (Mach & Equip - Johnson Controls) to 013-4310-5312 (Mach & Equip - Johnson Controls) to pay Johnson Controls invoice. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Barbara Gonzales; Backup: 4; Cost: Net Zero]

MOTION CARRIES OUT OF 14 DISCUSSION. ACTION TO CONSIDER BEDROOM BUDGET AMENDMENT NUMBER 47 TO MOVE MONEY FROM LINE ITEM 0136. MACHINERY EQUIPMENT. JOHNSON CONTROLS 2013431.

MACHINERY EQUIPMENT. JOHNSON CONTROLS TO PAIGE JOHNSON CONTROL INVOICE COMMISSIONERS WHEN WE BEGAN THIS PROJECT WAY, JUST PUT SOME ALLOCATED THE MONEY INTO SOME DIFFERENT.

CATEGORIES AND THIS IS THE BUDGET AMENDMENT JUST TO MOVE MONEY FROM ONE CATEGORY TO ANOTHER. TO COVER THAT EXPENSE. DO I HAVE AH, MOTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET AMENDMENT 47. I'LL MAKE THE MOTION PUT A LEGITIMATE WAY. HAVE EMOTIONS. WE HAVE A SECOND. EMOTIONAL SECOND DISCUSSION. NOT ON FAVOR. SAY AYE AYE, POSING ON MOTION CARRIES. ADAM 15

[15. Discussion/Action to consider the change order to Purchase Order #00673 for Johnson Controls. Speaker: Judge Haden/Danie Blake; Backup: 6; Cost: $164,378.00]

DISCUSSION ACTION TO CONSIDER THE CHANGE ORDER TO PURCHASE OR THE CHANGE ORDER TO PURCHASE ORDER NUMBER 00673 FOR JOHNSON CONTROLS THIS IS. COMMISSIONERS THE CHANGE SO THAT WE CAN PAY THAT BILL LOOK FOR A MOTION TO APPROVE. MOTION THAT WE HAVE A SECOND MOTION SECOND ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE, UH, THOSE NON MOTION CARRIES. I'M 16 DISCUSSION. ACTION TO CONSIDER

[16. Discussion/Action to consider the invoice #44275624 for payment to Johnson Controls in the amount of $57,773.00. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Danie Blake; Backup: 6; Cost: $57,773.00]

THE INVOICE NUMBER 4 14 756 TO 4. PAYMENT TO JOHNSON CONTROL IN THE MATTER, PHOEBE 7 7077 $173. THIS IS JUST THEY. THIS IS T PAY THE INVOICE FOR THAT AMOUNT THAT WE OWE JOHNSON CONTROL. SO, LOOK, WE HAVE A MOTION TO HAVE A SECOND. OF EMOTIONAL SECOND ALL IN FAVOR.

SAY AYE, HI POSE NON MOTION CARRIES. ADAM 17 DISCUSSION ACTION TO CONSIDER BENJAMIN 48

[17. Discussion/Action to consider Budget Amendment #48 to move money from Contingency (001-6510-4860)to Emergency Managements Dues and Subscriptions (001-6650-3050) to pay AT&T hotspots. Speaks: Judge Haden/ Barbara Gonzales; Backup: 66; Cost: Net Zero]

TO MOVE MONEY FROM CONTINGENCY 0016510. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT. DECENT SUBSCRIPTION 0016650.

RIO 50 TO PAY A TNT HOT SPOTS. COMMISSIONERS WE HAD GOTTEN SOME HOT SPOTS DURING ALL THAT THE COVE IN MM HMM. STEP THAT WAS GOING ON AND FOR OUR VACCINATION AND TESTING MOBILE CLINICS. THOSE WERE GETTING A LITTLE EXPENSIVE S. THIS IS THIS ADJUSTMENT IS TO PAY FOR THOSE, AND WE'VE SINCE CLOSED THOSE DOWN AND MADE SOME ADJUSTMENTS. BUT THIS BADGE IT AMENDMENT IS TO GO AHEAD AND PAY THAT BILL FOR THOSE HOT SPOTS. OF EMOTION TO APPROVE.

DON'T MOVE. WE HAVE EMOTIONS. WE HAVE A SECOND. OF EMOTIONAL SECOND ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE, UH WAS NON MOTION CARRIES. DON'T MAKE TEAM DISCUSSION ACTION TO CONSIDER. BLANKET

[18. Discussion/Action to consider the blanket P.O. REQ00918 made to FirstNet (AT&T) for Emergency Management hotspot expenses. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Danie Blake; Backup: 2; Cost: $1,710.00]

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PURCHASE ORDER ARE ACCUSED 00918. MADE THE FIRST MET 18 T FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, HOT SPOT EXPENSES AND THE MAN OF $1710. COMMISSIONERS. WE HAVE MOTION APPROVED. OF EMOTION TO HAVE A SECOND. HAVE EMOTION OF SECOND ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE, AYE, AYE. OPPOSED NONE. MOTION

[19. Discussion/Action to consider payment be made to FirstNet (AT&T) for January, February, March and April 2021 invoices in the total amount of $1,763.04. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Danie Blake; Backup: 65; Cost: $1,763.04]

CARRIES ADAM 19 DISCUSSION. ACTION TO CONSIDER PAYMENT BE MADE THE FIRST THAT 18 T FOR JANUARY, FEBRUARY, MARCH AND APRIL, 2021. INVOICES ON THE TOTAL OF 1763. MAY SEEMS TO HAVE A MOTION THAT APPROVED COME ON. DO I HAVE 2ND 2ND. ANY DISCUSSION. NOT ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE. HI. THOSE NON MOTION CARRIES. ADAM 20 DISCUSSION ACTION TO CONSIDER

[20. Discussion/Action to consider the Non-Compliance first quarterly investment report (October 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020). Speaker: Judge Haden/ Barbara Gonzales/ Angela Rawlinson; Backup: 17; Cost: None]

NONCOMPLIANCE. FIRST QUARTERLY INVESTMENT REPORT OCTOBER 1ST 2023 DECEMBER 31ST 2020 BARBARA. YES, UM, COUNTY JUDGE AND COMMISSIONERS ARE EXTERNAL AUDITORS HAVE ASKED US TO FOLLOW UP ON ALL THE QUARTERLY REPORTS THAT ARE NOT COMING BEFORE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. ON DO THIS IS A STATUTE UM. IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 22 56 POINT OUT 23 IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE INVESTMENT POLICY THAT DOES COME BEFORE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. BOND IS DUE TO COME BACK BEFORE COMMISSIONER'S COURT NEXT JUNE. THIS COMING UP JUNE. WE SHOULD HAVE A QUARTERLY REPORTS THAT COME BEFORE COMMISSIONER'S COURT ON DSA, SO WE HAVE TO MAKE SURE THAT. WE COME IN ACCORDANCE AND I BELIEVE WE'VE GOT AN INVESTMENT COMMITTEE. UM. QUARTERLY MEETING COMING UP HERE PRETTY SOON AND SO WE WILL HOPEFULLY HAVE THESE QUARTERLY REPORTS COMING BEFORE YOU. BUT IN ACCORDANCE TO THE LAW, WE SHOULD HAVE THESE QUARTERLY REPORTS COMING FOR YOU. AND YOU APPROVING THESE AND SO HOPEFULLY WE'LL HAVE COMPLIANCE HERE IN THE NEAR FUTURE. THIS IS TO JUST REPORT TO YOU THAT WERE NONCOMPLIANT FROM OCTOBER 1ST 2020 THROUGH DECEMBER 31ST 2020 FOR THE INVESTMENT REPORT. AND SO WE JUST NEED TO MAKE A MOTION TO ACCEPT THE NON COMPLIANCE REPORTER. I MEAN, WHAT'S THE ACTION HERE? GOOD DAY, EVERYBODY WE NEED THAT MAKING ACTION. JUST TO PROVE THAT IT'S A NON COMPLIANT, OKAY? ALL RIGHT, SO WE HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE NONCOMPLIANCE. FIRST QUARTERLY INVESTMENT REPORT FOR OCTOBER 1ST 2023 DECEMBER 31ST 2021. WE HAVE A MOTION. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? WE HAVE EMOTION AND SECOND AND DISCUSSION. IT'S NOT ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE, AYE. WAS NOW IN MOTION CARRIES. DON'T 21 DISCUSSION ACTION TO CONSIDER THE EMERGENCY PURCHASE AND TO

[21. Discussion/Action to consider the emergency purchase and to make payment to Cothron's Safe & Lock in the amount of $709.25. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Danie Blake; Backup: 3; Cost: $709.25]

MAKE PAYMENT TO CONFERENCE SAFE AND LOCK IN THE AMOUNT OF $709. 25 CENTS. COMMISSIONERS. WE HAD A SITUATION WHERE. THE TREASURE'S DOOR. LOT JAMMED AND TREASURE AND HER ASSISTANT COULD NOT GET OUT OF OFFICE. AND SO WE HAD THE HARD CONFERENCE LOCK TO GET THEM OUT OF THE OFFICE. AND FIX THAT DOOR. NOT SO THAT'S WHAT THIS BILL IS. AND SO WE'RE JUST LOOKING FOR RATIFICATION OF THE PAYMENT SINCE IT WAS ABOUT $500. WE'RE IN MOTION APPROVED.

21. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? SECOND WE HAVE EMOTION AND SECOND ON FAVOR SAY AYE, AYE. THOSE NINE

[22. Discussion/Action to consider the payment on invoice #1250119 for Cothron's Safe & Lock. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Danie Blake; Backup: 2; Cost: $709.25]

MOTION CARRIES. I'M 22 DISCUSSION ACTION TO CONSIDER THE PAYMENT ON INVOICE NUMBER 12511. FOR COFFINS LOCKING SAFETY OF MOTION APPROVED PAYMENT. SOMEONE WE HAVE EMOTIONS. WE HAVE A 2ND 2ND. SHE'S A SECOND AND DISCUSSION. NOT ON FAVOR SAY AYE. HI I WAS NINE MOTION CARRIES. ADAM 23 DISCUSSION ACTION TO DISCUSS CARVEL COUNTY FIRST VEHICLE

[23. Discussion/Action to discuss Caldwell County first Vehicle auction summary. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Shenale Gerrity; Backup: 10; Cost: None]

AUCTIONS SUMMARY UH, CHANEL. MORNING JUDGE AND COMMISSIONERS. ON FEBRUARY 2ND RENE BATES CONCLUDED THE CALDWELL COUNTIES FIRST VEHICLE AUCTION ENCLOSING THE AUCTION SOLD 26 VEHICLES WITH A SUM OF 68,120. AFTER RENE BATES COLLECTED THE 7.5% COMMISSION

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FEE. CALDWELL COUNTY RECEIVED A TOTAL OF 59,639. IT IS WITHIN MY INTENT TO CONDUCT A SECOND AUCTION IN MAY OF 2021 FOR THE REMAINING COUNTY VEHICLES AND HEAVY EQUIPMENT THAT IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE OR IN WORKING ORDER. HEY, THANK YOU. I DON'T THINK WE HAVING ACTION ON THIS COMMISSIONER'S WE JUST WANTED TO BRING YOU UP TODAY ON WHERE WE WERE WITH THE DISPOSITION OF THAT OLD EQUIPMENT. AND WHAT THAT WILL MOVE THE ITEM 24, BY THE WAY, CHANEL THAT THAT SOUNDED LIKE SOMETHING THAT WAS PRETTY EASY, BUT IT ACTUALLY TOOK HER AND EXTREMELY. ON A STREAM AMOUNT OF HARD WORK, AND WE APPRECIATE WHAT YOU DID. ADAM 24 DISCUSSION ACTION TO

[24. Discussion/Action to consider the submission of a grant through the Travis County Sheriffs Office to seek funding to support the creation of a Task Force Agent position in the Caldwell County Sheriffs Office in the FY 21-22 Budget. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Mike Lane/ Dennis Engelke; Backup: 2; Cost: None]

CONSIDER THE SUBMISSION OF A GRANT FOR THE TRAVIS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE TO SEEK FUNDING TO SUPPORT THE CREATION OF A TASK FORCE AGENT. IZATION AND COLLIN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE FY 21 22. COME ON THAT DENNIS. AT THE LAST COMMISSIONER'S COURT MEETING, COUNTY SHERIFF LANE. ANNOUNCED TO YOU HIS INTEREST IN PURSUING A GRANT. PURSUING GRANT FUNDING TO ESTABLISH A TASK FORCE AGENT. POSITION IN THE 2021 2022 BUDGET. IN A GRANT APPLICATION IS BEING BEING COORDINATED WITH TRAVIS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE. I'M ASKING FOR YOUR RATIFICATION OF A GRANT THAT WAS SUBMITTED ON APRIL 14TH TO THE TRAVIS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE. THE GRANT REQUEST IS FOR 66,300. WHICH INCLUDES FUNDING FOR SALARY AND FRINGE BENEFITS. FOR THIS NEW POSITION, WHICH WOULD BE CONSIDERED IN NEXT YEAR'S PHYSICAL BUDGET. I'M ASKING FOR RATIFICATION FOR THE FACT THAT WE'VE SUBMITTED THIS APPLICATION TO TRAVIS COUNTY AND THEIR MOUNTAINS. HOW MUCH DENNIS? 67,086 TOTAL OF 66,300.

AND THAT'S SALARY AND FRINGE. WAY GOT 67 68 24 ON THIS SHEET THAT'S MIGHT BE A WHY YEAH. I'M SHOWING ON THE FORM AND MAY BE THERE MAY BE A TYPE OF SOMETHING THAT THE SALARY IS AH! $50,399. FRINGES OR $15,123, SO. HUNDREDS OF 16 AND THEN BUT HE HAD THAT UP. MAYBE A MAYBE A TYPE OF, SAY IT AGAIN, DENNIS. THE SALARY WAS 50,390. EVEN. OKAY, AND THE FIFTH FRINGES WAS 15,009. I THINK IT SHOULD BE A C. I THINK WE GOT OFF ON HER FRIENDS HERE BECAUSE FRIENDS ON THIS FORMS 16,606. MONEY. FOR YEAH, BECAUSE IT'S SO YOU DON'T KNOW POPULATED ON THE FORUM WHEN WE FILLED IT OUT. SO THAT'S 67 THOUSANDS CRACK. THE 67,060 24 IS CORRECT. OKAY, VERY GOOD. ALL RIGHT. OKAY, SO, UH, COMMISSIONERS. I THINK WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR IS THE RATIFICATION WAY HAD TO GET THIS IN BY DEADLINES. SO WE'RE LOOKING FOR RATIFICATION OF ARCELORMITTAL FOR THE GRANT. I HAVE A MOTION TO RATIFY. CERTAINLY. WE HAVE EMOTIONS. WE HAVE A SECOND. OF EMOTION AND SECOND DISCUSSION. NOT ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE, AYE. THOSE THAT MOTION CARRIES. THANK YOU. THANK YOU. I DON'T 25 DISCUSSION ACTION THAT

[25. Discussion/Action to consider the Capital Area Council of Governments Clean Air Coalition PM 2.5 Emission Reduction Measure Commitments. Speaker: Commissioner Westmoreland; Backup:ll; Cost: None]

CONSIDERED THE CAPITAL AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENT CLEAN AIR ACT COALITION. PM 2.5. EMISSION REDUCTION MEASURES COMMITMENTS, COMMISSIONER WESTMORELAND.

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SO UM SO. WE YOU KNOW, CHOOSE VOLUNTARILY ATTEMPT TO COMPLY WITH THESE THINGS. UH, WHAT IF WHAT IF WE DO NOT COMPLY WITH THEM? THERE'S NO PENALTY. YEAH.

COMMISSIONER CAN YOU PUT YOUR MIC UP? THEY CAN'T HEAR YOUNG SWAG IT THAT'S OKAY. YEAH.

MM HMM. ASKED ME. DID YOU HAVE SOMETHING YOU WANT TO COME UP AND SAY. HAPPENED TO WALK BACK IN HERE. THIS THIS WAS NOT PLANNED. SO FOR THE RECORD, MY NAME IS ASHLEY JOHNSON. I'M THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF CAMPO. AND SO AS FAR AS THE PM 2.5 ISSUE IS CONCERNED. UM. THIS REGION DOES NOT IN MY. PROFESSIONAL OPINION HAVE A 2.5 ISSUE. ON DIVE DISCUSSED THAT WITH CAP HOG BEFORE WITH STAFF PERSON. SO THE PARTICULAR MATTER, 2.5 THAT WE GET IN THIS REGION LARGELY COME FROM THEY BURN THE FIELDS OF MEXICO AND WE GET AIR TRANSPORT, SO IT'S A FEW TIMES A YEAR. UM, IN MY OPINION, WE ARE NOT CLOSE TO THE STANDARD. VIOLATING STANDARDS. LIKEWISE ON. ON, UM KNOX AND CEO TOO. UM, WE HAVE BEEN CLOSE. TO VIOLATING THE STANDARD. SO THE LAST TIME THAT EPA CHECKS EVERY I THINK FOR FIVE YEARS OR SO, SO THE LAST TIME WAS ABOUT A YEAR AND A HALF AGO, AND WE WERE UNDER THE STANDARD. SAN ANTONIO WENT OVER, BUT WE DID NOT. BASED ON WHAT WE SEE NOT JUST WEAH'S CAMPO, BUT WE AS TEXAS TRANSPORTATION INSTITUTE THROUGH TEXAS AND HIM THAT TAKES THAT HIRES T O DO THE ANALYSIS ON THIS WORK, BUT ALSO EVEN IF YOU LOOK DIG INTO THE CAP CARD NUMBERS. VEHICLE FLEET IS EXPECTED TO GET CLEANER OVER TIME. BECAUSE WE'RE GOING TO SEE ELECTRIC VEHICLES COMING IN AND HAVE NO EMISSIONS AT ALL. AND THEN OUR FLEET IN THIS REGION IN GENERAL TENDS TO BE CLEANER BECAUSE THE HOUSEHOLD INCOME HERE IS HIGH AND THE VEHICLES TEND TO BE NEW. WE DON'T HAVE A LOT OF WE DON'T HAVE A LOT OF DIESEL TRUCKS.

HERE LIKE YOU DO IN HOUSTON OR I WAS IN HOUSTON AND I USED TO HAVE THEIR QUALITY THERE FOR A WHILE. I WOULD TELL YOU. THIS IS NOT A BURNING ISSUE. DO WE NEED TO BE PROACTIVE? I WOULD SAY YES, BUT I DON'T SEE THIS AS A BURNING ISSUE FOR US, AND SO, UM, COMMISSIONER TERRIO SINCE YOU'RE ON THE POLICY BOARD. JUST SO YOU KNOW, SHOULD WE AS A REGION GO INTO NONATTAINMENT. RESPONSIBILITY FOR ATTAINMENT IS THE POLICY BOARD IS NOT KEPT CARD THAT'S FEDERAL LAW. OKAY, SO I IF IT'S POSSIBLE, COMMISSIONER WESTMORELAND, I'D LIKE TO SEE

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WHAT THEY'RE PROPOSING AND SEE THIS. SEE IF IT'S AN AGREEMENT WITH TRANSPORTATION BECAUSE WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF WE WIN IT? A NON ATTAINMENT IS IT WOULD AFFECT OUR TRANSPORTATION DOLLARS AND OUR ABILITY TO TOE ADVANCED PROJECTS. OKAY? ANGRY. OKAY? OKAY? CAN WE SO WE WAY DON'T HAVE TO TAKE ACTION TO A VERY FIRST, THAT CORRECT SO THAT WE COULD TABLE THIS AND DO A LITTLE MORE RESEARCH ON IT AND THEN BRING IT BACK. OKAY? OKAY? VERY GOOD, SO HUH? OKAY, I I'D PREFER TO TABLE IT UNTIL WE HAVE A CHANCE TO HAVE A CONVERSATION WITH CAMPO AS IT RELATES THE WHAT'S GOING ON IT CAP COG SO THAT WE'RE ALL ON THE SAME PAGE. OKAY, MAKE A MOTION. EMOTION THE TABLE ADAM 25, WE HAVE A 2ND 2ND OF EMOTION IS SECOND IN DISCUSSION IN FAVOR. SAY AYE, I. THOSE NON MOTION CARRIES ASKED ME. THANK YOU. THANK YOU, GEORGE. GLAD YOU'RE HERE. YES, MA'AM. IF Y'ALL DON'T MIND, I THINK I'M 26 MIGHT TAKE THIS A FEW MINUTES. I'D LIKE TAKE ABOUT FIVE MINUTE RECESS AND COME BACK. WE'RE IN RECESS AT 11 20 WILL COME BACK AT 11 25. CNN'S SWAG. IT COMES ON, OKAY, WE'RE GONNA GO AHEAD AND CALL THIS MEETING BACK TO ORDER AT 11 28 ON TUESDAY, APRIL, THE 27TH. AND PICK UP ON ITEM DISCUSSION

[26. Discussion/Action to consider the application for Exemption Letter for subdivision located on Grapevine Trail under section 3.3.1(b) for the Caldwell County Development Ordinance. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Commissioner Westmoreland/Tracy Bratton/ JJ Wells; Backup: 9. Cost: None]

ACTION ITEM 26. TO CONSIDER THE APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION LETTER FOR SAID DIVISION LOCATED ON GREAT BUYING TRAIL. UNDER SECTION 3.3 POINT ONE B FOR KABUL COUNTY DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE. SO COMMISSIONER THAT I KNOW I'M DOWN IS THE SPEAKER BUT I'VE NOT BEEN TERRIBLY INVOLVED WITH THIS IS, UH WHERE'S JJ? TRACY YOU WANT TO GO AHEAD AND COME UP WHILE WE'RE WAITING FOR J. J I WANNA GIVE EVERYBODY A CHANCE TO KIND OF GET THE WHOLE COURT UP TO SPEED. ON WHAT'S GOING ON WITH THIS, AND THEN WE'LL, WE'LL PROBABLY HAVE SOME DISCUSSION.

ALL RIGHT FOR THE RECORDER, TRACY BROWN WITH YOU SETTING ASSOCIATES. UM. I'M MOSTLY HERE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS. THIS CAME TO ME, UM, REQUESTING INITIALLY A EXEMPTION LETTER, AND THAT'S SOMETHING PROVIDED FOR IN THE ORDINANCE THAT I DO IS A REGULAR COURSE OF BUSINESS IS THE COUNTY ENGINEER AND THAT'S WHEN SOMEBODY. DIVIDES A PIECE OF PROPERTY THAT MEETS THE EXEMPTION LAID OUT IN THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT COACH AFTER 2 32 AN R AND THEN OUR ORDINANCE TO DIVIDE. PROPERTY WE GRANT THEM AN EXEMPTION LETTER THAT HELPS FACILITATE THEM GETTING PERMITS FOR RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION, PERCEPTIVE. YOU MIGHT HAVE TO MAKE ME A BAD PLAN BECAUSE OUR SPEAKERS ARE NOT OUR MICROPHONES AREN'T WORKING SO. OKAY, I'LL TRY TO TALK LOUDER.

THAT'S USUALLY NOT A PROBLEM FOR ME. UM ON, SO THIS IS JUST NORMAL COURSE OF BUSINESS. UM THIS PARTICULAR TRACT OF LAND DIDN'T MEET ONE OF THE CRITERIA. LAID OUT ON THE ORDINANCE FOR EXEMPT SOME DIVISION AND THE ORDINANCE LAYS OUT A PROCEDURE THAT, IN THE VIEW OF THE COUNTY ENGINEER DOESN'T MEET THE EXEMPTION REQUIREMENTS THAT'S THEN REFERRED TO THE COURT. FOR THE COURT TO GRANT AN EXEMPTION OR VARIANCE, OR WE'RE DENYING, AND SPECIFICALLY, THE ISSUE IS IN ORDER TO SUBDIVIDE PROPERTY AS AN EXEMPT TRACKED. IT HAS TO MEET A COUPLE CRITERIA AND THERE WE WON'T TALK ABOUT ONE'S ABOUT VETERAN LAND BOARD KNOWS THINGS BECAUSE THOSE DON'T APPLY HERE. THE SPECIFIC ONE HERE IS THAT. WE ASKED FOR EACH TRACK CREATED TO HAVE 50 FT OF FRONTAGE ON AN EXISTING ROADWAY. THERE'S BEEN RECOGNIZED BY THE COUNTY THAT COULD BE A COUNTY ROAD WAY. STATE ROADWAY OR A PRIVATE ROAD WAY, BUT THE KEY IS THAT IT'S A ROADWAY THAT'S BEEN RECOGNIZED BY THE COUNTY, AND THAT'S COME THROUGH SOME FORMAL RECOGNITION OF THE COURT. THAT COULD BE THAT IT WAS PLANTED HIS RIGHT PRIVATE ROADWAY OR COULD BE THAT IT'S ON SOME OF THE COUNTY ROADWAY MAPS THAT GO BACK PRIOR TO

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REMEMBER THE HOUSE BILL NUMBER. THE ADOPTED THE CURRENT. COUNTY MAINTAINED ROADS NOW, UM THIS ORIGINAL TRACT OF LAND. I THINK IT WAS ABOUT 37 ACRES. CONTAINS A 30. I BELIEVE IT'S A 30 FT WIDE STRIP THAT GOES BACK AND CONNECTS TO COUNTY ROAD WAY. UM, AND IT. IS ENCUMBERED BY AN EASEMENT THAT GOES DOWN AT 30 FT. STRIP THROUGH THIS TRACT INTO SOME OTHER PROPERTY IN THE BACK, AND SO THE DIVISION CUT THAT. INTO TWO PIECES, 17 ACRES AND 22 ACRES. BUT THE ONE OF THE PIECES DOESN'T HAVE ANY FRONTAGE ON ANY EXISTING ROADWAY. IT'S ONLY ACCESS BY THE EASEMENT AND SO FOLLOWING OUR PROCEDURES FOR AN EXEMPTION, I DIDN'T QUALIFY AND US FRANKIE PORT HERE. I BELIEVE THERE'S BEEN SOME DISCUSSION AND JJ HIS DRAFTED SOMETHING TO PUT IN FRONT OF YOU BASICALLY RESTRICTS. ON OFFER FOR VARIANTS THAT RESTRICTS FUTURE DEVELOPMENT ON THAT, SO IT DOESN'T BECOME. 10 HOMES OR 20 HOMES, AND I BELIEVE THE STRUCTURE OF IT IS THAT RESTRICTION GOES AWAY IF IT ANY POINT IN THE FUTURE. THE PROPERTIES WERE PLANTED IN ORDER TO BE PLANTED, THEY WOULD HAVE TO CONSTRUCTIVE ROADWAY OR BEING CHIEF FUTURE. REDWAY FRONTAGE. OKAY, JJ, WOULD YOU MIND SPEAKING OF THAT, PLEASE? SURE. JUST TO KIND OF. JUMP ONTO WHAT MR BRIAN WAS SAYING, JUST BASED ON THE PLATTE SET UP ON THE LAW AND THE EXCEPTIONS TO PLANNING REQUIREMENTS. I AGREE. I DON'T THINK THAT IT IS EXEMPT FROM THE STASH STORY PLANNING REQUIREMENTS. TO RESOLVE THIS. WE'RE HERE AGAIN, MR BRIGHTNESS. NOT WILLING TO PROVIDE THE EXEMPTION LETTER UNDER THOSE CONDITIONS, AND IT'S UP FOR THE COMMISSION'S COURT FOR CONSIDERATION OR OUR ORDINANCE. IN MY DISCUSSIONS WITH HIM. WE'VE TRIED TO KIND OF FIGURE OUT A WAY THAT WE MIGHT BE ABLE TO IMPOSE ANY KIND OF CONDITIONS OR COME UP WITH A SET OF CIRCUMSTANCES THAT WOULD. SATISFIED THE GOALS OF THE COUNTY'S ORDINANCE, BUT ALSO ALLOW THE PROPERTY OWNERS TO MAINTAIN THE USE AND ENJOYMENT OF THEIR PROPERTY. ONE SOLUTION THAT WE'VE KIND OF KICKED AROUND THAT I'VE KIND OF BEEN WORKING ON, AND I THINK I'VE SHOWN IT TO THE COMMISSIONER COMMISSIONER WESTMORELAND, WHO I THINK IS THIS IS IN HIS PRECINCT. ONE POSSIBLE SOLUTION WE DISCUSSED IS PERHAPS ENCUMBERING BOTH PROPERTIES WITH A COVENANT THAT THEY. YOU NEED TO BE SOLD TOGETHER IN THE FUTURE, AND IF THERE EVER NOT SOLD TOGETHER OR SEPARATED IN SOME WAY, THEN THEY WILL NEED TO BE PLANTED AT THAT TIME, CONSISTENT WITH THE ORDINANCES. ESSENTIALLY IT WOULD ALLOW THE PROPERTIES TO BE SUBDIVIDED RETROACTIVELY ALLOW THE SUBDIVISION TO OCCUR, BASICALLY BRING IT INTO. MINDS WITH OUR ORDINANCE, WHILE ALSO ATTACHING CERTAIN RESTRICTIONS.

LIKE I MENTIONED THAT WOULD THAT WOULD PREVENT IT FROM HAPPENING AGAIN, ESSENTIALLY ANY FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OR SUBDIVISION OR SAIL? THIS PROPERTY WOULD THEN TRIGGER THE PLANNING REQUIREMENTS THAT. SHOULD HAVE POTENTIALLY BEEN FOLLOWED THIS TIME, OKAY? AND, UH AND JUST, YOU KNOW, FOR PROCEDURES SAKE, THE THINK THAT ACCORDING TO THE ORDINANCE, THE BEST WAY TO GO ABOUT DOING THAT WOULD BE EITHER TO ATTACH. THESE CONDITIONS TO A VARIANCE.

IT'S A LITTLE TRICKY BECAUSE THE WAY THAT THE ORDINANCE IS WRITTEN WITH AN EXEMPTION AND THE EXEMPTION LETTER PROCESS. THE ORDINANCE THAT WE HAVE WRITTEN FOR US DOESN'T NECESSARILY. PROVIDE AN AVENUE BY WHICH THE COMMISSIONER'S COURT CAN ATTACH THESE COVENANTS TO AN EXEMPTION LETTER. HOWEVER WE DO HAVE THE AUTHORITY TO DO SO IN THE FORM OF A VARIANCE AND THAT COULD BE DONE ON THE COURTS. OWN MOVEMENT OR BUY THEM REQUESTING VARIANTS. I THINK THAT'S KIND OF THE. THAT FITS MORE WITH THE PROCEDURAL OUTLINE THAT WE HAVE IN OUR ORDINANCE, ALTHOUGH IT IS AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COMMISSIONER'S COURT TO GRANT THE EXEMPTION, IF THEY SEE FIT. OKAY? THERE ANYBODY ELSE THAT WOULD SPEAK ON THIS? THAT'S HERE. LINDA. LINDA HENKEL. I'M WITH THE SURVEY IN OFFICE. AND WE'LL WAIT. DID THIS NOW YOU HAVE TO UNDERSTAND THE ROAD COMING TO THIS PRESSURE BRANCHES ONLY 30 FT. WHAT? WE CAN'T HEAR 50. ATTACH THE REASON FOR IT'S NOT BEING ABLE TO HAPPEN. AH! THE STATE LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE TO 32 NEXT YEAR. 013. UM, I HEARD TRACE MENTIONED EARLIER. ALL THE EXEMPTIONS. MORE THAN 10 ACRES, PRIMARILY USED FOR AGRICULTURAL. NO IMMEDIATE ZONE. AN EASEMENT.

WE HAVE EASEMENTS IN THIS COUNTY EVERYWHERE. ARE MOSTLY 30 FT WIDE, BECAUSE THAT'S WHAT THE AUDIENCE WAS YEARS AGO. THERE IS A SURVEY THAT LEROY BUSH DID IN 19. 80. THAT THAT WAS WHEN THE OLD THEY'RE SAYING THAT PEOPLE ARE GOING THROUGH. IT WAS PRETTY BIG. YOU CAN'T

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TRICK YOU CAN'T MAKE IT. AND THIS PHILLIPS ACTUALLY OWNED MISS TRIPP. AND CLUB SERVE IT IN 1983. THEY'VE MORE SURVEYED IN 1984. AS YOU ALL KNOW, DAVE MOORE WAS A SURVEYOR AND OR COULD BE PRESIDENT. WHAT'S THE MATTER? JUST VERY INTELLIGENT MAN. YOU KNOW, 30 FT STRIPS FOR EASEMENTS HAVE BEEN IN THIS CAMERA, RIGHT? I DON'T THINK THEY'RE ASKING, AND I DIDN'T REALIZE. UNTIL UP UNTIL TWO DAYS AGO WITH THREE DAYS AGO WHEN TRACY GRIFFIN. THE LETTER THAT THERE WAS A DIFFERENCE IN THE EXEMPTION IN THE VARIANCE. WE SHOULD HAVE CHANGED THAT BEFORE HE GOT HERE. TO SAY IF WE WERE ASKING FOR A VERY INTERESTING 26. DON'T KNOW WHICH. THIS FOREST PLANNING THAT'S GONNA ALWAYS BE A 30 FT MOVE. REGARDLESS OF WHAT. NOW THE MONEY THAT IS ROB BILLS, YOU KNOW? ON THAT ROAD ACT. AND SHE HAS AN EASEMENT. YES, YOU'RE RIGHT. BUT YEAH. GRAVEL ON THERE, AND EVERYBODY SHOULD SHARE IN MAINTAINING IT. BUT YOU KNOW YOURS GO. THAT WAS NOT SOMETHING EVERYBODY DID. STRUGGLE. EASEMENT WEATHER.

WHATEVER IT WOZ AND WHEN THE ELVEN BANK CASE YES. YOU KNOW ALL THOSE THINGS OUT ON 20 OR 30 FT. ONE CANNOT BE. YOU KNOW, SO I DON'T KNOW WHY THIS HAS BEEN SUCH A LONG DRAWN OUT THING. WITH AND I HAD NO IDEA. THAT THIS COULDN'T BE DONE. WE WERE BASING ENOUGH MORE THAN 10 ACRES. YOU KNOW WHEN IT HAD TO BE THERE, PRIVATE. YOU KNOW, COUNTY ROAD, PRIVATE ROAD OR, YOU KNOW, ROSE. STATEMENT FROM ITSELF. I FEEL LIKE I HAVE. DIDN'T KNOW WASN'T EVEN AWARE.

THAT THIS WAS A PROBLEM THAT WE HAD TO GET VERY EX LETTERS AND. STUFF UNTIL THIS ONE CAME UP.

AND THERE WAS ONE DONE AFTER THIS. IMMEDIATELY NEXT. VON TRAIL OF HE'S BEEN UP THERE.

THAT NOBODY KNOWS, YOU KNOW? I MEAN, NOBODY KNEW IT WAS NOT PUBLISHED. IT WAS NOT A CHILDREN'S MENU. OKAY? HAVE YOU HEARD OF A SALMON? GET MORE THAN 10 TAKE A TRIP. MAYBE.

WHAT. DO YOU MIND COMING UP HERE? TINKER. I'M SORRY BECAUSE THEY CAN STILL HEAR YOUNG SWAG.

AND SO WE WANT TO GET IT ON THE RECORD. YEAH, THE. JUST WHEN WE WENT TO SELL THE SECOND PART OF THIS TRACK, WHICH WE DIVIDED. EARLY LAST FEBRUARY, 2020 UH, AND GOT IT. RIGHT BEFORE THE PANDEMIC. WE SOLD THE HOUSE AND 17 ACRES. WHICH THEY WERE. THE OWNERS WERE TRYING TO SELL THE 37 ACRES IN THE HOUSE, BUT DIDN'T HAVE ANY TAKERS AND THEN. AND I TOOK OVER AND THEN WE DECIDED TO CUT IT DOWN ON A BRIDGE. AND THE ROAD THAT IT'S. THAT SOUND. THE OWNERS CANDACE AND STEPHEN. PHILLIPS THEY OWN IT ALL THE WAY OUT TO BRUSH YOUR BRANCH. SO THIS 30 FT IS ALSO A DEDICATED. VETERANS EASEMENT TO SEVERAL TRACKS BEHIND THIS TRACK. AND. AND I'M A LITTLE CONFUSED ON THE 50 FT FRONTAGE, IT SAYS ON A PRIVATE STREET. WELL, I WOULD CONSIDER THIS ROAD OF PRIVATE. STREET I MEAN, IS THAT RIGHT? I THINK IT'S PRIVATE STREET THAT'S BEEN PREVIOUSLY RECOGNIZED BY THE COUNTY, I THINK IS IT IS IT'S GOT A. IT'S CONSIDERED A PRIVATE ROAD. WITH THE NAME AND YOU KNOW, IT'S NOT A COUNTY ROAD, RIGHT? BUT IT'S ON A COUNTY MAP IS RECOGNIZED BY THE COUNTY. NO YEAH, SANDRA, DIFFERENT COLOR AND ALL THAT, OKAY, BUT. IT DOES THE ORIGINAL TRACK, WHICH WE SOLD A YEAR AGO. THAT'S THE BIG PROBLEM. WE'RE COMING BACK TRYING TO SAY, HEY, WE WANNA BE LEGAL. SO IS THE SAME PERSON THAT WANTS TO BUY BOTH TRACKS. IS THAT MY UNDERSTANDING THAT RIGHT. YEAH. YEAH, AND IT'S THEY'RE THEY'RE ATTEMPTING. TO AND THAT'S WHY WE'RE TRYING TO GET THIS CLEAR BEFORE THEY DO, BUT THEY'RE. IN THE PROCESS OF GETTING A LOAN, WHICH IF IT DOESN'T WORK OUT. WE WANT TO BE ABLE TO PUT THE TRACK ON THE MARKET AGAIN AS THE WHOLE TRACK. BUT WE WANT TO DO IT LEGALLY, WHICH WE DIDN'T KNOW WE WEREN'T LEAGUE, RIGHT, RIGHT. I DON'T I DON'T THINK ANY ANYBODY INVOLVED WITH THIS SET OUT TO BREAK MY BREAKER BY LADY RULES. I THINK WE'RE JUST TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO GET SOME SOLVE THE PROBLEM NOW. YES, YOU KNOW. MM. HELPING MUCH. I KNEW THERE WAS

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SOMETHING IN PLACE. WHEN YOU READ. EVERY SINGLE THING. YEAH. EVERYONE OUT. I AM NOT. ANY MORE THAN 10 ACRES. EVERY SINGLE DAY.

IF IT HAD A EASEMENT ON IT, RIGHT? YEAH. TRACY CAN YOU CAN YOU COME UP? HE'S GOTTA GO AHEAD, BJ WHILE HE'S COMING UP. COME ON UP, TRACY. IT'S NOT ACCURATE ABOUT EVERY TRACK EVERY DIVISIONAL AND HAVING THAT COME TO THE RIGHT. GO AHEAD. GO AHEAD, TASTY SUBDIVISION ORGAN THAT'S LAYS OUT, CLARIFIES A COUPLE OF PROVISIONS THAT. CHAPTER 2 32 LEAVES COMPLETELY VAGUE AND CHAPTER. 2 32 SAYS THAT DIVISIONS OF LAND 10 ACRES AND GREATER IN THE COUNTY ARE LEGALLY EXEMPT. HOWEVER IT SAYS THAT THE SUCH DIVISIONS. ARE NOT EXEMPT IF IT LAYS OUT A PART OF THE TRACK FOR THE USE AND ENJOYMENT OF. JOINING TRACK, SO THAT'S LAYING OUT AN EASEMENT FOR ACCESS. CHAPTER 2 32 DOZEN. SPECIFY THEM. WHAT THEN, BY DEFINITION, THE TRACK HAS HAVE FRONTAGE ON AN EXISTING ACCESS CHAPTER. 2 32 DOESN'T SPECIFY WHAT THAT FRONTAGE IS. EVERYBODY'S LEFT INTERPRET THEMSELVES. SOME PEOPLE HAVE 10 FT. SOME PEOPLE HAVE 20 FT. 30 FT. THE COUNTY'S ORDINANCE. IT WAS ADOPTED. THE FRONT REQUIRED IS 50 FT. AND THAT'S NOT THE 50 FOOT'S NOT IN 2 32. YEAH, THE 50 FT REQUIREMENT HAS BEEN IN THERE SINCE 2011 AND IN 2018, IT WAS CLARIFIED. AS THE FRONTAGE WAS.

STATE ROAD, COUNTY ROAD OR PRIVATE ROAD THAT HAD BEEN RECOGNIZED BY THE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. WHAT ALL THEY NEEDED WAS A VARIANCE TO THE 50 FT ROADWAY BECAUSE THAT 30 FT WAS CREATED, A SHEEN EXPLAINED BACK IN THE 19 EIGHTIES TO VETERANS LAND BOARD TO BEGIN. RIGHT, AND THERE'S A THERE'S NO WAY TO GET MORE LAND BECAUSE SHE DON'T OWN IT, SO THEY I HAVE. JUST ASK FOR A VARIANCE. WELL THE 37 ACRE TRACT IS 30 WITH THE 30 FT OF FRONTAGE IS A LEGAL TRACT OF LAND BECAUSE HIS GRANDFATHER IT EXISTED IN ITS CURRENT CONFIGURATION PRIOR TO THE ADOPTION OF THIS RULE, SO THE 37 IS COMPLETELY LEGAL.

QUESTION IS, WAS IT? IT FOLLOWED THE ORDINANCE TO DIVIDE IT INTO TWO PIECES, AND IT IT DOESN'T GO. YOU'VE GOT STARTED FEED TO THE LAND. WELL, THEN, THEN, THEN THE QUESTION IS, DOES THE COURT WANT TO ALLOW CONTINUED DIVISION OF PROPERTY OFF OF PRIVATE EASEMENTS? AND I MEAN, THAT'S IT. THAT'S A POLICY QUESTION FOR THE COURT. I WOULD I WOULD PROPOSE THAT THE MORE DIVISIONS YOU DO OFF OF THE EASEMENTS. MANY OF THESE DON'T HAVE CLARITY AND MAINTENANCE AND YOU'RE GOING TO GET MORE AND MORE PEOPLE LIVING DOWN THE EASEMENTS. AND WE KNOW THAT THEY THEN COME TO THE COME TO THE COUNTY ASKING. OH, MY GOSH, YOU KNOW, WE'VE LIVED ON THIS EASEMENT FOR THAT GAZE. MY FAMILY'S LIVED DOWN THIS AND THEY WERE FIVE PEOPLE. IT WAS NO BIG DEAL, AND NOW EVERYONE'S BEEN DIVIDING THE PROPERTY, AND NOT ONLY THERE DIVIDING THE PROPERTY AND 10 ACRE PIECES, BUT THEY'RE PUTTING 234 HOMES ON IT. NOW WE'VE GOT 100 PEOPLE DOWN THE EASEMENT. I NEED TO COUNTY TO DO SOMETHING BECAUSE THERE'S NO MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT IN PLACE FOR THE EASTMAN AND THAT'S WHY.

DIVISION OFF OF UNEASE ABOUT IS NOT DONE NOT ALLOWED BY RIGHT. AGAIN THE COMMISSIONER'S COURT COULD APPROVE WHATEVER THE COMMISSION COURT WANTS TO APPROVE. WHAT ABOUT WHAT YOU JUST SAID? IS IF SOMEONE BEING THIS WAS CREATED IN HAYES, IF SOMEONE WANTS TO DO IS THEY'RE DOING CUT OUT THE EXTRA TRY. THEN AT THAT TIME BECAUSE BACK IN THE EIGHTIES, I GET BLUE ROAD WINS. AT THAT TIME, THEY COULD CREATE THAT TO ADD TO IT BEING ALL I GOT STARTED. I DIDN'T FOLLOW THEM. FOLLOW THEM. I DIDN'T FOLLOW THAT. SAY IT AGAIN. I'M SORRY, COMMISSIONER. I WASN'T FOLLOWING ME. OKAY, SO JUST THIS 30 FT. SEVERAL TRACKS BACK THERE, BUT HE'LL BE BACK IN ME. SO IF THESE THIS PERSON HE WAS TALKING ABOUT HOW PEOPLE CUT

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OFF OF THESE MOONS, AND THEN THEY DON'T HAVE A ROAD MAINTENANCE THAT. SO NOW BECAUSE BACK THEN THEY DIDN'T DO ROOM MAINTENANCE AGREEMENTS. WE ALL KNOW THAT IT WAS A HANDSHAKE NEVER WAS HAPPY. SO NOW IF THEY DO CUT ONE OFF OF AN EASEMENT, THAT'S OUR OPPORTUNITY TO GET THEM TO SAY OKAY, IF YOU DO THAT. YOU HAVE TO CREATE A ROAD MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT THAT TAKES CARE OF THAT ROAD THAT THAT POOR THAT THAT WOULD BE A REASONABLE.

THING FOR THE COUNTY TO CONSIDER. IT'S ONE OPTION THAT WAY. AND I THINK THAT THAT'S AH, GOOD THING FOR THE COUNTY TO CONSIDERING. LOOK AT, UM. THINK THERE DOES NEED TO BE SOME DISCUSSION AND THOUGHT INTO AGAIN IN THIS PARTICULAR CASE AND WHAT'S LAID OUT. I FEEL COMFORTABLE WITH IT WITH SOME OF THE PROVISIONS THAT HAVE BEEN DISCUSSED. AND FROM A POLICY STANDPOINT, GOING FORWARD, IN ADDITION TO THE MAINTENANCE OF IT, YOU HAVE TO THINK ABOUT ACCESS FOR EMERGENCY SERVICES BECAUSE MANY OF THESE SUMMUM ACROSS CREEKS WITH YOU KNOW, TINY, COLDER TO KNOW CULVERTS IN PLACE. 30 FT. WIDE CAN EVEN BUILD A ROAD YOU KNOW, WITH ENOUGH DITCH ALONG IT THAT IT'S NOT GOING TO GET WASHED OUT. BECAUSE IF YOU'RE GONNA ALLOW DAVID CONTINUE DIVISION AND IN MULTIPLE HOME DEVELOPMENT DOWN EASEMENTS LIKE THIS. HOW ARE YOU GONNA PROVIDE IN THE FUTURE? ONCE THERE'S THIS THIS IS A RELATIVELY SMALL DEALS, YOU KNOW? TWO TRACKS OF 20 ACRES AND 17 ACRES. UH BUT IF YOU OPEN THAT DOOR, WHAT'S TO STOP YOU FROM GETTING THIS HAPPENING OVER AND OVER AGAIN AND GETTING 100 HOMES BACK THERE AND AGAIN, THEN WE HAVE TO START THINKING ABOUT DELIVERY OF FIRE AND POLICE AND ANNUALS NAMES. IT WOULD IT WOULD HAVE. IF WE GRANT IT AS IF WE GRANT IT PURELY BY RIGHT WITHOUT ANY RESTRICTIONS PUT ON IT. THEY COULD PUT HIS MANY AS 22 HOMES ON THE 22 ACRE TRACT.

THEY'D HAVE TO COME FOR COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT TO DO THAT, BUT THAT COULD BE DONE AND THAT'S AGAIN. SO WAS BASIC. MORE THAN. NOBODY'S DISPUTING THAT. THAT'S NOT IN DISPUTE IT OFF. GO AHEAD, GO AHEAD.

IT DOESN'T NECESSARILY HAVE TO TAKE THE FORM OF A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT. ESSENTIALLY YES. BY PLACING THE CONDITIONS ON ESSENTIALLY CONDITIONAL VARIANTS AND HAVING YOU KNOW, COVENANTS AND RESTRICTIONS THAT WOULD APPLY IT. ESSENTIALLY IT'S AN AGREEMENT FOR FUTURE DEVELOPMENT, NOT AGAIN. NOT A STRICTLY DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT LIKE WE CONSIDERED EARLIER TODAY. SO WHAT? IT'S A BURDEN ON THE PROPERTY. HOW WOULD WE LIVE THIS FORWARD, THOUGH WE DECIDED TO DO THAT. HOW WOULD WE MADE THIS FOR ME? SO. TO BE IN ACCORD WITH THE. JUST TO TAKE A BROAD VIEW. I THINK IT'S UNCONTRADICTED THAT THE PROPERTY SHOULD BE PLANTED IN THIS SITUATION WHEN IT'S SUBDIVIDED, AND IT WAS SUBDIVIDED, APPARENTLY IN LAST YEAR. IT'S ALSO CLEAR THAT A ROAD JETS ACROSS ONE OF THE PROPERTIES THAT WAS SUBDIVIDED AND THAT MEANS THAT IT CANNOT BE EXEMPT FROM SUBDIVISION REQUIREMENTS. THEY ARE MORE THAN 10 ACRES, BUT THEY LAY OUT THE PART OF THE TRACK FOR STREETS. THEREFORE IT IS NOT EXEMPT FROM SUBDIVISION REQUIREMENTS THAT APPLIED TO ALL SUBDIVISIONS. THEREFORE THE COUNTY IF IT WERE TO BE PLANET, AS WOULD ORIGINALLY CONTEMPLATED, AS IS GENERALLY REQUIRED, THE COUNTY WOULD STILL HAVE THE SITUATION WHERE IT'S ONLY A 30. FT BY 30 FT WIDE ROADWAY AND IN ORDER FOR IT TO BE LEGALLY PLANTED. KIND OF WOULD HAVE TO GRANT A VARIANCE IN THAT SITUATION, BECAUSE THERE'S NO WAY FOR IT TO COMPLY. REGARDLESS WE'RE NOT TO THAT POINT BECAUSE THE PROPERTY'S NOT BEING PLANTED A Z. MAYBE IT SHOULD BE IS NOT EXEMPT FROM THAT. SO THE COURT BEFORE IT TODAY HAS THE OPPORTUNITY TO EITHER GO ALONG WITH ME. DENIAL OF THE EXEMPTION REQUEST, BUT THE COUNTY ENGINEERS PREPARED OR THEY CAN OVERRULE THAT. AND SAY THAT IT IS EXEMPT FROM PLANET.

THAT'S NOT GOING TO RESOLVE THE ISSUE OF THE 30 FT. WIDE STRIP THAT WAY CAN'T RESOLVE THAT, SO IT'S STILL GOING TO NEED THAT STILL GOING TO NEED TO BE ADDRESSED AT SOME POINT IN THE FUTURE. ACCORDING TO THE WAY THE ORDINANCE IS WRITTEN. WE DON'T HAVE THE AUTHORITY UNDER OUR OWN RULES TO ATTACH CONDITIONS TO THIS TYPE OF EXEMPTION REQUEST. WE DO HAVE

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THE AUTHORITY TO ATTACH CONDITIONS, RESTRICTIONS COVENANTS TO A VARIANCE REQUEST. AND IN ORDER TO STAY IN LINE WITH WHAT OUR ORDINANCE REQUIRES. I THINK THAT PROCEDURALLY, THE BEST WAY TO GO ABOUT IT WOULD BE TO MAKE THIS A VARIANCE TO WHICH WE CAN ATTACH THE CONDITIONS THAT WEEK WE PROPOSED. IN THE MEANTIME, BETWEEN IF THIS IS GONNA GET TABLED OR WHATEVER HAPPENS IF WE'RE GOING TO TAKE THAT ROUTE THAT WOULD GIVE US TIME BETWEEN THIS COMMISSION'S COURT, THE NEXT COMMISSIONER'S COURT TO FIRM UP WHAT THE AGREEMENT IS GOING TO BE. ACTUAL CONDITIONS THEMSELVES AND BECAUSE OF THE SPLIT OWNERSHIP BETWEEN THE TWO TRACKS IN ORDER FOR THE COVENANT'S PLACE IN THE PROPERTY TO BE BINDING, BOTH PROPERTY OWNERS WILL NEED TO SIGN OFF. SO THAT IT TOUCHES TO BOTH PIECES OF THE PROPERTY.

YOU CAN RUN TOGETHER, GOING FORWARD. I'M SO IN THAT ASPECT. PROPERTY OWNERS IN THE REAR WHO USED THAT ACCESS. THERE'S OTHER TRACKS BACK BEYOND THIS, THAT THAT IS THERE. ACCESS OR THEY DON'T HAVE, SONNY. I DON'T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT ANY OTHER TRASH. AND ONCE I'M FAMILIAR WITH OF THE 22 IN THE 17 HERE THAT THERE'S OTHER TRACKS BEHIND THIS, I DON'T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THOSE. ANYMORE ALL I KNOW ALL I'VE THE SCOPE OF MY ANALYSIS IS LIMITED TO THE SUBDIVISION OF THE 39 ACRE PARCEL INTO THE TWO SEPARATE PEACE SO OKAY? SO WE'VE GOT.

WE'VE GOT FOUR TRACKS THAT USE THIS EASEMENT FOR ACCESS. IS THAT CORRECT? NOT JUST TWO.

HAVE A LOOK. AT LEAST SIX. AGREEMENT WILL NOT DIE. OKAY, SO SOME SOME WAR, RIGHT? HMM.

NO, NO, THAT'S OKAY. SO. I DON'T KNOW. I THINK SO. THIS IS GETTING MORE COMPLICATED THAN I THOUGHT. ITWAS I THOUGHT WE HAD A RESOLUTION. BUT IF OTHER PEOPLE ARE GONNA NEED THAT TO ACCESS THEIR PROPERTY FURTHER BACK. NOT SURE THE RESOLUTION WE'RE TALKING ABOUT. IT'S GONNA WORK. RESPECTFULLY JUDGE. THE SCOPE OF THE ITEM ON THE AGENDA IS TO CONSIDER EXEMPTION FOR THIS PARTICULAR SUB DIVISION OF PROPERTY THAT OCCURRED LAST YEAR. I UNDERSTAND, BUT I'M AROUND THAT WE HAVE TO CONSIDER THE OTHER. VARIABLES TO MAKE THAT DECISION. DON'T JUDGE THE.

NOTHING THAT'S DONE. THE COURT CAN'T DO ANYTHING THAT TAKES AWAY. UM. THE FACT THAT THE EASEMENT EXISTS AND CONVEYS OF THOSE OTHER PROPERTY UNDER FURTHER BACK THAT THAT EXISTS AND NO ACTION TAKEN HERE. WHAT WOULD AFFECT THAT? THE IS I UNDERSTOOD THE DISCUSSION. IT WAS ABOUT. THE COURT FEEL COMFORTABLE GRANTING A VARIANCE FOR THIS DIVISION, EVEN THOUGH IT'S HAPPEN OCCURRING ON AN EASEMENT IF CERTAIN RESTRICTIONS WERE PUT IN PLACE ABOUT THE INTENSITY OF DEVELOPMENT, AND THAT'S WHERE MY CONCERN LIES FROM, NOT WHETHER THERE'S. FIVE PROPERTY OWNERS OR SIX PROPERTY OWNERS, EUROPE. THIS DIVISION'S DONE, IT'S WHAT HAPPENS WITH THAT LAND AND AGAIN. I'VE RIGHT UNDER OUR RULES. THEY COULD COME TO US AND PUT HIS MANY AS 17 HOMES ON ONE TRACK, 22 HOMES AND THE OTHER TRACK AND THAT'S A LOT. AND I THINK EVERYONE WOULD TEND TO AGREE THAT THAT WOULD BE A LOT OF DEVELOPMENT OFF OF UNEASE. MINT THAT'S 30 FT WIDE THAT THERE IS NO MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT IN PLACE S O. I THINK THE NATURE OF THE DISCUSSIONS THAT I HAD WITH JJ AND WITH THIS HYNKEL. WE'RE OKAY. IF THERE WERE RESTRICTIONS ALLOWING, YOU KNOW JUST TWO HOMES PER ATTRACTIVE LAND. THEN IT'S LIMITED TO A CERTAIN DENSITY, INCREASED DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL INCREASE ON ON IT THAT. AGAIN WOULD WOULD BE REASONABLE AND I STILL COME. SO WELL, ACTUALLY, I'VE GOT A QUESTION FOR YOU SINCE YOU'RE THOUGH, SINCE YOU'RE THE ONE. THIS IS ULTIMATELY AFFECTING. HI. YES.

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MY PATIENT. EXACTLY. WE MAINTAIN IMPRESSIVE. RASK. YEAH. RIGHT? OKAY? MM HMM. SO IS THERE THERE A BUYER NOW? THAT'S INTERESTED IN THE WHOLE 37. I'M STILL NOT CLEAR ON THAT. AHH. ALL RIGHT. OKAY? WELL WENT, THEN WE'LL BE BACK TALKING ABOUT THIS AGAIN. BUT IN THE MEANTIME, IF WE CAN DO A VARIANCE WHERE IT'S A, YOU KNOW THEY OWN THE WHOLE 37 ACRES WITH SOME DEEP COVENANTS ATTACHED TO THE VARIANCE AS I UNDERSTAND IT THAT IF THEY WERE TO SELL IT AND IF THEY WERE SUBDIVIDED. THAT THEY WOULD AGREE TO SUBDIVIDE IT IN ACCORDANCE WITH COUNTY ORDINANCE AND STATE LAW. THEN I THINK WE CAN GET BEYOND THIS AND GET YOUR YOUR DEAL DONE.

AND MOVE ON AND STILL KEEP. THEN WE'RE GONNA BE BACK HERE HAVING THIS CONVERSATION. WELL.

OKAY. WHAT I'M NOT COMFORTABLE DOING A VARIANCE FOR SOMETHING THAT'S GOING TO OPEN PANDORA'S BOX. CHORUS. I'M WAS TELLING THE SINGLE I'M NOT. I'M NOT REAL REAL COMFORTABLE WITH DOING SOMETHING JUST FOR THIS INSTANCE THAT'S GONNA OPEN UP KIND OF A PANDORA'S BOX FOR US FOR OTHER SITUATIONS LIKE THIS IN THE FUTURE. SO I WANT TO TRY TO DO SOMETHING TO RESOLVE THIS. FOR YOUR SAKE AND FOR YOUR BUYER SAKE FOR EVERYONE'S SAKE AND THEN. IN THE FUTURE WILL ALL KNOW THAT THIS IS THE RULE GOING FORWARD, AND WE'LL DEAL WITH IT THAT WAY. SHE'S COMMENT ABOUT. THAT'S JUST ON THIS PARTICULAR TRACK, RIGHT? THAT'S ON THIS PARTICULAR TRACK. YEAH. NO. YEAH BUT I MEAN, THAT'S NOT ANYTHING TO DO WITH THIS VARIANCE THAT WE'RE TALKING ABOUT, THOUGH THEY GET THE WHOLE 37 ACRES. AND AGREE THAT IF THEY SAID, DIVIDED THAT THEY'LL DO IT ACCORDING TO OUR ORDER, YEAH, BUT THEY'RE BY THE OTHER ONE, AND WE'LL GIVE HIM THE VARIANTS. WITH THOSE KEVIN. IT'S ATTACHED TO IT AND THAT SOLVES THIS PROBLEM.

ESSENTIALLY THE PROPERTY WHEN IT WAS SOLD IN SUBDIVIDED LAST YEAR SHOULD HAVE BEEN PLANTED.

SHOULD HAVE BEEN PLANNED. AND WHAT WERE ESSENTIALLY PROPOSING WHAT I'VE PROPOSED IN THIS IN THIS VARIOUS PROCEDURE WOULD BE ESSENTIALLY, IT'S A FREE PASS. YOU DON'T. WE'RE GONNA LET YOU GET AWAY WITH NOT PLANNING AT THIS TIME SUBJECT TO THESE REQUIREMENTS. BUT IF IT'S UNDER COMMON OWNERSHIP, AND IT SELLS AGAIN IN THE FUTURE, THEN EVERYBODY'S ON NOTICE THAT IT

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NEEDS TO BE PLANNED. AND THAT'S THAT'S WHAT WE'RE PROPOSING, IN THE FORM OF THIS VARIANCE THAT CONDITIONS THAT WOULD ATTACK THE WEAK SO HOW DO WE PROCEDURALLY GET PASSES SO WE CAN GO COMMISSIONS QUARTERS TO TAKE ACTION ON THE EXEMPTION REQUEST TODAY IF YOU ALLOW THE IF YOU ALLOW THE EXEMPTION TO PASS THE PROPERTIES EXEMPT, THERE'S NOTHING FURTHER THAT THEY WOULD NEED TO DO. IF YOU DENY THE EXEMPTION YOU YOU STICK WITH MR BRIGHTENS LETTER, THEN THE PROPERTY IS NOT EXEMPT, BUT THEN THEY CAN REQUEST A VARIANCE FROM THE PLANNING REQUIREMENTS THAT WOULD ALLOW US TO ATTACH THAT CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS ON OKAY. THE COUNTY HAS THE AUTHORITY UNDER THE VARIOUS PROCEDURE TO ATTACH CONDITIONS AND SO WE WOULD DENY THE EXEMPTION AND THEN THEY WOULD BRING BACK A REQUEST FOR VARIANCE WITH THOSE.

PROCEDURALLY IS HOW IT SHOULD WORK JUST AFTER THE COURT'S INTENT. THANK YOU CANNOT GO OUT ON THE LIMB OF SOMETHING. I'M JUST LOOKING AT THIS PLANT. SO WHAT IS. MR POTTER. WHAT IF THEY WERE TO TAKE. WHERE THE ROAD COMES DOWN, AND IT TOUCHES 17 ACRES AREA SOLD. THEY WERE TO EXPAND THAT TO 50 FT BECAUSE THEY OWN IT ANYWAY. AND MAKE THAT A 50 FT, YOU KNOW, DESCRIBE EASE. BUT FROM THAT POINT ON, NOT THE 30 FT BECAUSE IT CAN'T GET IN PROPERTY ON EITHER SIDE OF THAT DOWN THE LONG STRIP. AT THAT CORNER OF THE 17 ACRES, WHICH WOULD BE LIKE NORTH CORNER. AND THEY WANT HIM THAT HE'S WENT TO A 50 FT. AND TOOK IT BACK. IT'S NOT GONNA AFFECT THE ONES WHERE WE HAVE 30 BECAUSE I'VE SEEN DOUBLE D'S ONCE BEFORE. BUT THE END I WOULD HAVE THE 50 FT AROUND RIGHT, BUT WE STILL HAVE TO GO THROUGH DENYING THE EXEMPTION AND THEN BRING THIS BACK WITH ALL THOSE MORE. COMPLIANCE WITH WHAT? OUR RULES OUR WAY CAN'T CHANGE THE 33RD. I AGREE THIS SECRET AND SO WHAT? I WANT TO DO THOSE JUST DEAL WITH THIS MATTER AND THEN THOSE KIND OF DISCUSSIONS CAN GET TAKEN UP. OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF WEEKS. WE'LL PUT IT BACK ON THE AGENDA AND BRING IT BACK. THAT FAIR ENOUGH. SO CASEY AND JJ AND TRACY, WE'LL GET WITH YOU AND I WILL DENY THE EXEMPTION. YOU'LL COME BACK REQUEST A VARIANCE WITH WITH THINGS THAT J. J JUST DESCRIBED. ATTACHED THAT VARIANCE AND THEN WE WOULD BE ABLE TO MOVE FORWARD AND PROVE IT ON THAT AND THAT WAY, THE PERSON THAT OWNS THE ONE TRACK CAN GO AHEAD WITH THEIR PURCHASE OF THE OTHER TRACK.

AND THERE ALONE IT ALL.

THAT'S GOING TO BE SOMETHING WE'RE GONNA HAVE TO YEAH, WE'LL HAVE TO JUST HAVE THE SAME DISCUSSION. ANY GOOD ROOM. AND. CAN WE CAN WE DO THIS? CAN WE? CAN WE JUST DEAL WITH THE EXEMPTION RIGHT NOW AND THEN WE CAN DO ALL THE WHAT IFS LATER BECAUSE WE'RE NEVER GONNA GET BEYOND THIS EXEMPTION IS YOU. IN ORDER TO DO ALL THOSE OTHER THINGS. WE'RE GONNA HAVE TO DENY THIS EXEMPTION AND THEN HAVE THAT CONVERSATION. WE COULD, BUT I'M HONESTLY I'M NOT INCLINED TO YOU BECAUSE OF WHAT IT WOULD MEAN GOING FORWARD FOR OTHER TRACKS. THAT'S MY BOAT. ONLY THAT'S. NO. I DON'T KNOW HOW YOU'RE GONNA DEAL WITH THIS. BUT IF WE DO THAT, BUT YOU UNDERSTAND TINKER. IF WE DO FOR ONE WE HAVE TO DO FOR EVERYBODY. GOING FORWARD. WE CAN'T WE CAN'T JUST LOOK AT THIS ISOLATED CASE. YEAH. YEAH.

RIGHT NOW, BUT THAT DOESN'T MEAN THEY COULDN'T TRY TO DO IT LATER. YES. THAT'S. EXACTLY BUT THEN THEY NOW THEY GOT NOW WE WOULDN'T HAVE A MECHANISM TO DO THAT BECAUSE WE GRANTED AN EXEMPTION. TRACY. OKAY TAKE YOUR ASKING ME TO SIT HERE AT THE CRYSTAL BALL FIGURE OUT WHEN EVERYBODY IN CALDWELL COUNTY IS GONNA DO HAVE EVER TRACKED THE LAMB IN THIS COUNTY GOING FORWARD, AND WE CAN'T DO THAT. OKAY? RIGHT. SO WE WERE GONNA BE IN THIS SITUATION

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WHERE WE'RE DENYING AND APPROVING EXEMPTIONS BASED ON HOW WE FEEL ABOUT. WELL, I'M NO IT'S COMMISSIONER MAKING MOST SPOT. WE HAVE EMOTION TO THE NINETIES. OUR SECOND, I'LL SECOND IT. SITTING SECOND. WE'VE HAD KIND OF DISCUSSION. IS THERE MORE DISCUSSION? TJ MADE. BUT IT'S NOT YEAH. WHAT ABOUT GARY? SO HE. YEAH IT'S JUST KIND OF TAKE TWO. WE'RE GONNA HAVE TO DENY THE EXEMPTION AND THEN DO THE VARIANCE OF THE NEXT COURT IN ORDER FOLLOWED PROCEDURE. I'M SORRY ABOUT THAT. IT'S RED TAPE. THAT THAT'S THE WAY WE'RE GONNA HAVE TO DO IT. FIRST AGENT YEAH. NO. EXACTLY RIGHT. SO LET'S DEAL WITH THE EXEMPTION. LET'S WE'RE GONNA DIDN'T WE'VE GOT A MONTH. I UNDERSTAND.

SO WHAT? WE'RE ALL UP HERE, SPLITTING HAIRS OVER TWO WORDS, EXEMPTION AND VARIANTS. WAY HAVE EMOTION AND SECOND TO DENY THE EXEMPTION. ANYTHING. THEN LINDA HINKLE WILL BE ALL HELP YOU AND TRACY COME BACK AND GET THE VARIANCE THE WAY WE'RE SUGGESTING WHAT YOU'RE SAYING OR GOOD GROUNDS FOR GOD'S GRANTING YOU VERY YES. SO SO WE JUST HAVE TO DENY THE EXEMPTION. AND THEN COME BACK WITH THE VARIANCE OF THE NEXT COURT JUDGE COMMISSIONERS IF I MAY, JUST IN THE INTEREST OF TRYING TO KEEP EVERYTHING IS THIS FRIENDLY IS POSSIBLE.

THERE IS A FEE FOR REQUESTING A VARIANCE. I MIGHT RECOMMEND THAT THE COMMISSIONER'S COURT.

WAVE THAT BEATEN, WE CAN HAVE THAT CONVERSATION AT THE NEXT PORT. HAPPY TO HAVE THAT CONVERSATION. I DON'T. I DON'T WANT TO SEE IT COSTING YOU ANYMORE, MAN. YES. YES, MA'AM.

YES, MA'AM. THAT'S NOT YOUR FAULT THAT WE'RE BEING WITH THIS WAY. SO WE HAVE EMOTION AND SECOND FINN AND I ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE UH HUH. POSING AND MOTION CARRIES AND WE'LL SEE IN TWO WEEKS. YES, MA'AM. THANK YOU. EVENT. YES, MA'AM. I'M 27 DISCUSSION ACTION TO

[27. Discussion/Action to consider public streets and drainage in Las Estancias II as compete and ready to begin the two year performance period. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Donald LeClerc; Backup: 8; Cost: None]

CONSIDER PUBLIC STREETS AND DRAINAGE AND LOST THE STANCES TO IS. COMPLETE AND READY TO BEGIN THE TWO YEAR PERFORMANCE PERIOD. THIS IS THEN MAKE IT OKAY. THIS IS BASICALLY JUST TO FINALLY ACCEPT THE ROADS BECAUSE THEY WERE COMPLETED AFTER MANY, MANY CORRECTION ITEMS. AND WE'RE JUST LOOKING FOR THE COURT TO ACCEPT AND START TO YOUR MAINTENANCE.

OKAY. COMMISSIONERS HAVE EMOTION, TONTO TO PROVE TO CLARIFY PART AND PARCEL WITH THAT IS RELEASING THE FISCAL THAT THE COUNTY'S HOSTING HOLDING FOR COMPLETION OF THE ROADS, OKAY. ALL RIGHT. COMMISSIONERS. WE HAVE EMOTION. MAKE A MOTION TO APPROVE IT.

HEY, WE HAVE EMOTION TO PROVE PUBLIC STREETS AND TRAININGS AND LOSSES. STOCKS HE HAS TWO IS COMPLETE AND READY TO BEGIN TO YOUR PERFORMANCE PERIOD. WE HAVE A SECOND. EMOTION'S SECOND ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE AYE POST NINE MOTION CARRIES. I'M 28 DISCUSSION ACTION. IT

[28. Discussion/Action to consider the construction bond for Bluffview Estates in the amount of $444,522.76. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Donald LeClerc; Backup: 3; Cost: None]

CONSIDERED THE CONSTRUCTION BOND FOR BLUFF YEARS STATES AND THE AMOUNT OF 444,500. OKAY.

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THE UNIT ROAD IS JUST ASKING FOR THE ACCEPTANCE OF THE BOND BIRD TO START THE CONSTRUCTION OF BLESS YOU. WE HAVE A MOTION TO ACCEPT. OKAY? WE HAVE EMOTIONAL CONSIDERED CONSTRUCTION LINE. THE BUFFY ESTATES AND AMOUNT OF 444,500 DO WE HAVE A SECOND? THAT WAY, HAVE EMOTION AND SECOND ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE, AYE. WAS NOW IN MOTION CARRIES. ADAM 29

[29. Discussion/Action to consider FY 2022 Caldwell County Budget Calendar. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Ezzy Chan/ Barbara Gonzales: Backup: 4; Cost: None]

DISCUSSION ACTION TO CONSIDER FY 2022 CALDWELL COUNTY BUDGET CALENDAR. MRS YOU HAVE A COPY OF THE BUDGET CALENDAR IN YOUR BACK UP. ALL THE DATES ARE THERE. WE HAVE WORKSHOPS SCHEDULED. HAVE HONOR MILESTONE SCHEDULED BY WHICH WE HAVE POST THINGS. ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS? NOT FOR A MOTION TO APPROVE THE FY 2022 BUDGET CALENDAR. WE HAVE A MOTION THAT WE HAVE A 2ND 2ND MOTION A SECOND ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE, AYE THAT WAS NOT MOTION CARRIES. ADAM 30, DO WE HAVE A MOTION TO ADJOURN? HAVE EMOTIONAL JOURNEY. WE HAVE A SECOND. OF EMOTION A SECOND ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE. ALL RIGHT. THOSE NINE MOTION CARRIES WE'RE ADJOURNED IN 12 13.

* This transcript was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.