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[Call Meeting to Order]

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MORNING, EVERYONE. WELCOME TO CALL UP COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S COURT. WE'RE GOING TO BASICALLY OPEN THE MEETING TUESDAY DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 2020 AT NINE AM. WE DON'T HAVE A MINISTER JO COMMISSIONER ROMAN WOULD YOU MIND LI? LISTEN, THE IMPLICATION I DON'T MIND.

FATHER. WHICH ARE. FATHER OF OUR LORD AND SAVIOR. JESUS CHRIST. ONCE AGAIN YOUR WEEKEND, HUMBLE SERVANT STANDING BEFORE YOU. THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOU THIS MORNING.

OPERATE RIGHT NOW. OF THIS COURT. CHANCE TO MAKE RIGHT. WHENEVER WE GET TO COME, GOING CRAZY PLACE RAN YOU THROW IT OUT IN HIS NAME. DARLING SON.

[Announcements]

COMMISSIONERS. DO WE HAVE ANY ANNOUNCEMENTS THIS MORNING? NO ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR ME, JUDGE OKAY. COMMISSIONER SELF. WELL, I DID HAVE MY, UH, MY MONTHLY MEETING WITH CARTS, AND THEY ARE TRYING TO GET BACK ON THEIR REGULAR SCHEDULES TO PROVIDE SERVICES TO THE CITIZENS. OF ALL OF THE DIFFERENT COUNTIES THAT THEY SERVICE. SO THEY'RE TRYING TO GET BACK IN FULL SWING. IF PEOPLE NEED A RIDE, THEY CALL CARTS AND SEE IF THEY'RE BACK WORKING IN THE AREA. THEY'RE IN EDO. HEY, COMMISSIONER TERRIO. NO COMMENTS. YES, I WOULD JUST LIKE TO YOUR UNIT. COOL BECAUSE. LAST MONTH. I GOT CURSED AT A COUPLE TIMES I WROTE. I WROTE MY COUNTY ROAD SEVERAL TIMES. WEEKS. I REALLY LOVE THE WAY THEY GOT IT DONE. IT SHAVED OFF LIAM'S BACK UP. MOST OF THOSE THAT BROKE DOWN. AND THEN HEAD ATTRACTIVE STUFF WAITED TO KEEP DOING THAT SO I JUST. PRITIKIN TOILET DONE A GREAT JOB. GREAT. THANK YOU. DO WE HAVE ANY STAFF ANNOUNCEMENT THIS MORNING? IF NOT, WE'LL MOVE HIS CITIZENS COMMENTS. B W. GRANTHAM. MR

[Citizens' Comments]

GRANTHAM. GIVE CITIZENS COMING. GOOD MORNING IS ALREADY GRANTED FROM CLEARLY TAXES. AND I'M HERE TO TALK ABOUT STOP SIGNS AND THEY'RE TALKING ABOUT TAKING DOWN FAIRLY OUR TRAFFIC IS BIG ANYWHERE FROM THE THIRD. A NOTE A QUARTER. IN THE LAST YEAR BECAUSE OF THE RESORT ACROSS THE RIVER. THEY DON'T THEY SLOW THEM AND BE IT NOT I'M DOING. STOP IT JUST AFTER THE CONSTABLE'S COMING OUT LANE IN HAND. AND YOU COULD MAKE A LOT OF RIBBING OVER. IT'S ABOUT READY. DON'T TOP OF THAT. THEY FIXED OPEN A GREENHOUSE AND GREEN WAKE ON NURSERY. ACROSS THE RIVER ABOUT 2 300 ACRES. WE'LL BE IN BIG INDUSTRIAL PARK. SO I DON'T SEE. NO, WE'VE TO TAKE A NEW STOPS AND I FEEL LIKE YOU HAD TO WHAT PEOPLE SAY. THANK YOU. THANK YOU, UH, TOGETHER SINCE COMMENTS THIS MORNING, NO MORE CITIZENS COMMENTS. OKAY, THANKS. ALL

[CONSENT AGENDA]

RIGHT. COMMISSIONERS EVEN TO THE CONCERN AGENDAS THERE. THERE'S NO DISCUSSION ON THE CONSIDERED AGENDA FOR A MOTION TO APPROVE. I'M LIKE EMOTION THAT WE APPROVED CONSENT AGENDA.

OKAY, WE HAVE EMOTIONS. WE HAVE A 2ND 2ND. WE HAVE A MOTION AND A SECOND. ALL OF FAVOR. SAY AYE, AYE. MOTION CARRIES. ITEM EIGHT. DISCUSSION ACTION REGARDING THE BURNED MAN.

[8. Discussion/Action regarding the burn ban.]

MORNING, EVERYBODY MOURNING AFTER REVIEWING CURRENT KATYA LEVELS. AND WATCHING THE WEATHER OVER THE PAST WEEKEND. WE'VE GOT PRETTY GOOD RAINFALLS NORTH OF THE COUNTY. DOWN TO. A FEW DROPS ON THE SOUTHERN END, BUT WITH IT. THEORY OF RAINFALL THAT'S PRESENTED TO US THIS

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WEEK. I WOULD REALLY LIKE TO GO AHEAD AND LIFT, BURN, MAN AND GIVE CITIZENS OF CHANCE, TOO.

CLEAN UP THE PROPERTY WHERE WE NEED TO DO OKAY? MAKE A MOTION THAT WE TAKE THE BURN BAN OFF.

HEY, WE HAVE A MOTION TO TAKE THE CARAVAN OFF, BUT WE HAVE A 2ND 2ND HAVE EMOTION IS SICK AND ALL FAVOR SAY AYE, AYE. THOSE NINE MOTION CARRIES. THANK THANK THANK YOU. ADAM

[9. Discussion/Action to adopt the Updated Proposed Budget, Approved on 8/25/2020, as the Adopted Budget for Fiscal Year 2020-2021.]

NINE. DISCUSSION ACTION TO ADOPT DATED PROPOSED BUDGET APPROVED ON A 25 2020 IS ADOPTED BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2020 2021 COMMISSIONERS. I DO WANT TO MAKE ONE LITTLE CORRECTION. I THINK IT'S ALREADY BEEN CORRECTED THAT MAY HAVE BEEN IN CORRECTING YOUR BACKUP. THEY ACCIDENTALLY PUT IN MY SALARY IS AT THE 80,000 LEVEL, AND WE'VE CORRECTED THAT. BACK DOWN. SO EVERYTHING THAT I DON'T I'M NOT AWARE OF ANY ANY OTHER ISSUES. ANY COMMENT THROUGH QUESTIONS ABOUT THE BUDGET. NOT I'D LOOK FOR A MOTION TO APPROVE THE PROPOSED BUDGET. I LIKE MUSHY. THREE DIFFERENT, OKAY? WE HAVE EMOTION. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? SECOND ANY DISCUSSION. NOT ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE OPPOSED MOTION CARRIES. I DON'T OWE BEFORE I MOVE ON FROM THAT ITEM I WOULD LIKE TO THANK IS HE, BARBARA ON. EVERYBODY THAT WORKED ON THIS BUDGET. IT WAS INTERESTING PROCESS IS HERE ALSO WANT TO THANK THE APPRAISAL DISTRICT FOR GIVING US OUR RATES AS QUICKLY AS THEY DID. IS THAT IT WAS A LITTLE DIFFERENT PROCESS.

DO S P THREE AND SO WE ALL HAD TO REALLY LEARN, ASKED ME THREE AND THEN IMPLEMENTED IN THIS BUDGET CYCLE AND IT WAS IT WAS DONE. PRETTY SMOOTHLY. I HAVE TO SAY IT WASN'T IS. OF COURSE I DIDN'T WORK ON IT. NEARLY HIS HEART IS AS BARBARA. STAFF, BUT IT WAS IT WENT MUCH MORE SMOOTHLY THAN I ANTICIPATED. MY JUST WANTING TO RECOGNIZE EVERYONE THAT WORKED ON THIS BUDGET. IT WAS. IT WAS A LOT DIFFERENT THIS YEAR, AND THEY DID A GREAT JOB. I DON'T TEND

[10. Discussion/Action to approve Resolution 36-2020 for the application submission on the potential funding for GLO-CDBG-MIT Grant.]

DISCUSSION ACCENT TO APPROVE RESOLUTION 36 2020 FOR THE APPLICATION SUBMISSION. ON THE POTENTIAL FUNDING FOR G L O CDBG M I T GRANT DENNIS GOOD MORNING, JUDGE COMMISSIONERS.

THIS ISTHE THIS REFERS TO OUR ABILITY TO APPLY. THROUGH THE JELLO FOR SOME FUNDING THAT WILL SUPPORT SOME OF THE ACTION STATEMENTS THAT WERE INCLUDED IN OUR 2020 2025 HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN, WHICH IS RECENTLY APPROVED BY FEMA. WE ARE IN THE THROES OF PUTTING TOGETHER AN APPLICATION WHICH IS DUE OCTOBER 28 TO THE YELLOW. ACTUALLY, WE'RE GOING TO SUBMIT TO PROJECTS. PROJECT NUMBER ONE WHICH WILL AT THIS STAGE OF THE GAME, SINCE WE'RE STILL DISCUSSING WILL NOT EXCEED $50 MILLION. WE'LL INCLUDE THREE ACTIVITIES, ONE PUTTING, SENSING DEVICES AT LOW WATER CROSSINGS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY. REPLACING SOME OF THE ANTIQUATED BRIDGES THAT WERE BUILT FOR 1950 BECAUSE THEY ARE UNSAFE AND WILL NOT HOLD THE WEIGHT OF A NEW EMERGENCY VEHICLE. AND THIRD TO REPAIR OR REPLACE SOME OF THE ROADS THAT STILL NEED TO BE ADDRESSED THAT ARE A PART OF THE CALDWELL COUNTY TRANSPORTATION PLAN.

WHICH WAS ADOPTED IN 2013. WE'RE GOING TO SUBMIT THAT TOTAL PROJECT FOR ABOUT $50 MILLION. IF AFTER THOSE PROJECTS ARE FUNDED IF THERE ARE SOME MONIES LEFT IN THAT ACCOUNT, WE'RE GOING TO SUBMIT PROJECT NUMBER TWO, WHICH WILL BE UP TO ABOUT $17 MILLION, AND IT WILL BE FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONSTRUCTING AN EVACUATION CENTER. IF WE DO NOT GET THE FUNDING FOR A PROJECT NUMBER TWO BECAUSE ALL OF THESE FUNDS WILL BE EXPENDED. THERE IS ANOTHER ROUND OF GRANTS THAT WILL BE FORTHCOMING AND ANNOUNCED LATER THIS YEAR.

THROUGH THE YELLOW, WHERE THE MINIMUM GRANT IS $10 MILLION IN MAXIMUM GRANT IS MORE THAN $100 MILLION AT THAT TIME, THEN WE WILL SUBMIT WHAT IS NOW OUR PROJECT DOESN'T GET FUNDED.

THIS PARTICULAR GO AROUND. TO MAKE THAT POSSIBLE. WE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT A RESOLUTION TO THE G L O R. I GOT WORRIED THAT RESOLUTION TO YOU NOW RESOLUTION 36 2020. A REVOLUTION OF THE CALDWELL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. PORT OF CALL COUNTY, TEXAS AUTHORIZING THE SUBMISSION OF A COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT MITIGATION PROJECT APPLICATION TO THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE AND AUTHORIZING THE CALL. WILL COUNTY JUDGE TOE ACT AS THE

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COUNTY'S EXECUTIVE OFFICER AND AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE IN ALL MATTERS PERTAINING TO THE COUNTY'S PARTICIPATION. IN THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND REVITALISATION PROGRAM. WHEREAS THE COMMISSIONER'S COURT OF COLDWELL COUNTY DESIRES TO DEVELOP A THRIVING, VIABLE COMMUNITY, STRENGTHEN INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDING A SUITABLE LIVING ENVIRONMENT AND EXPAND ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES, PRINCIPALLY FOR PERSONS OF LOW TO MODERATE INCOME. AND WHEREAS CERTAIN CONDITIONS EXIST, WHICH REPRESENT A THREAT TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY, AND WHEREAS IT IS NECESSARY AND IN THE BEST INTEREST OF COLDWELL COUNTY TO APPLY FOR FUNDING UNDER THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT MITIGATION PROGRAM. NOW, THEREFORE IT BE RESOLVED.

SECTION ONE. THAT COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION IS HEREBY AUTHORIZED TO BE FILED WITH THE TEXAS GENERAL LAND OFFICE FOR FUNDING CONSIDERATION UNDER THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT MITIGATION PROGRAM. AND SECOND TO THAT THE APPLICATION BE FOR THE CDBG MIGHTY PROGRAM THROUGH THE COMPETITION OR METHOD OF DISTRIBUTION APPLICATION PROGRAM TO CARRY OUT INFRASTRUCTURE ACTIVITIES. AND SECTION THREE. THAT GRAND AMOUNT BE UP TO THE MAXIMUM ALLOWED BY THE CDBG MIT PROGRAM AND MAY INCLUDE A MINIMUM 1% MATCH. AND SECTION FOR THAT THE COMMISSIONER'S COURT DIRECTS AND DESIGNATES THE COUNTY JUDGES, THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER AND AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE TO ACT IN ALL MATTERS IN CONNECTION WITH THIS APPLICATION. AND PARTICIPATION IN THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND REVITALISATION GRANT PROGRAM. HOPEFULLY PASSED APPROVED THIS EIGHTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 2020 I ASK FOR YOUR APPROVAL OF THE RESOLUTION. MISSION. WE HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE RESOLUTION 36-2020. SOME OF WE HAVE EMOTION. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? WE HAVE EMOTION A SECOND. THERE'S NO DISCUSSION. NOW LOOK FOR A VOTE ON THE FAVOR. SAY AYE, AYE. DOES NOT MOST CARRIES. THANK YOU. THANKS. ADAM 11 DISCUSSION ACTION TO APPROVE RESOLUTION

[11. Discussion/Action to approve Resolution 37-2020 Amendment to 381 Economic Development agreement between Caldwell County and Fashion Glass and Mirror, LLC.]

37-2020 AMENDMENT TO 3 81 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN KABUL COUNTY AND FASHION GLASS IN MIRROR COMMISSIONERS. THIS IS THE LAST YEAR FASHION GLASS AND MIRRORS 3 81 WITH US. THEY DIDN'T QUITE GET TO THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES THAT THEY HAD ANTICIPATED GETTING TO. I BELIEVE THEY HAVE 78 EMPLOYEES, AND I'LL CONFIRM THAT. I'M GOING TO SUGGEST THAT WE PRO RIGHT. THE AMOUNT OF THEIR TAX THAT WE PAY BY THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES, THEY THEY HAD ANTICIPATED HAVING HAVING 100 SO IT SHOULD BE FAIRLY PREPARATION. HOWEVER MANY EMPLOYEES THEY HAVE WILL BE THE PERCENTAGE. THEN THAT WE WOULD PAY. SO I'M LOOKING FOR A MOTION TO APPROVE THE RESOLUTION I'LL GO AHEAD AND READ THAT RESOLUTION NOW.

RESOLUTION 37-2020 AND MANNING CHAPTER 3 81 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, SAYING THAT WHEREAS KAHLIL COUNTY'S OFF THE RES AUTHORIZED UNDER CHAPTER 3 81. OF THE TEXAS LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE TO ADMINISTER A PROGRAM FOR ENTERING INTO A TAX ABATEMENT AGREEMENT WITH AN OWNER OR LESSEE OF A PROPERTY. INTERESTED SUBJECT TO AVALON TAXATION FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES.

INCLUDING THE PROMOTION OF LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND THE STEM AND THE STIMULATION OF BUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY IN COLORADO COUNTY. AND WHEREAS KAHLIL COUNTY ENTERED INTO CHAPTER 3 81 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT INCENTIVE. INCENTIVE AGREEMENT WITH FASHION GLASS AND MIRROR LLC, EFFECTIVE JUNE 23RD 2014. AND WHEREAS THE AGREEMENT PROVIDES FOR REBATE PAYMENTS TO BE MADE UPON THE FULFILLMENT OF SPECIFIC OBLIGATIONS REGARDING THE CREATION OF JOBS WITHIN THE COUNTY. AND WHEREAS THE PARTIES DESIRE TO MAN THE AGREEMENT, WHICH REQUIRES APPROVAL BY COMMISSIONER'S COURT AND EXECUTION OF A WRITTEN INSTRUMENT NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COLLIN COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S COURT. THAT SECTION 8.1. OF THE ENFORCE THAT AGREEMENT SHOULD BE A MINUTE TO READ HIS FOLLOW SECTION 8.1 REMEDIES FOR NONCOMPLIANCE WITH JOB OBLIGATIONS. IF, AT THE END OF ANY APPLICABLE YEAR DURING THE TERM. COMPANY IS NOT IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE OBLIGATIONS TO CREATE JOBS HAS PROVIDED IN THIS AGREEMENT, THE COUNTY MAYOTTE. IT'S OPTION. TERMINATE THE AGREEMENT BY SEEING WRITTEN NOTICE DETERMINATION. TO THE COMPANY OR WITHHOLD ALL OR PART OF REBATES PAYMENTS. THAT WOULD OTHERWISE BE DUE TO THE COMPANY FOR THAT YEAR FOR ANY YEAR DURING THE TERM COMPANY FAILS TO CREATE MAINTAIN THE TOTAL NUMBER OF CUMULATIVE JOBS ON EXHIBIT A. COUNTY MAY MAKE A PARCEL REBATE PAYMENT IN PROPORTION TO THE AMOUNT OF JOBS ACTUALLY CREATED THE COUNTY AND LEX TO WITHHOLD REBATE PAYMENTS. ACCOUNTING WILL RESUME REBATE PAYMENTS. FOR ANY SUBSEQUENT YEARS DURING THE TERM IN WHICH THE COMPANIES AND COMPLIANCE ANY FULL OR PARTIAL REBATE PAYMENTS WITHHELD BY THE COUNTY FOR ANY

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YEARS, DURING WHICH THE COMPANY IS NOT IN COMPLIANCE SHALL BE DEEMED FORFEITED BY THE COMPANY. IN THE COUNTY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LATER PAYMENTS SUCH AS REBATE PAYMENTS. COMMISSIONERS. DO I HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE RESOLUTION 37-2020. WE HAVE EMOTIONS. DO THEY HAVE A 2ND? 2ND? WE HAVE EMOTIONS SECOND ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE POSING ON MOTION CARRIES. I DON'T 12 DISCUSSION ACTION TO PROVING A POINT REPRESENTATIVES TO THE

[12. Discussion/Action to approve and appoint representatives to the Capital Area Council of Governments (CAPCOG) General Assembly.]

CAPITAL AREA COUNCILOR GOVERNMENTS CAP COBB GENERAL ASSEMBLY. THAT'S COMING UP WEDNESDAY PAST. IT HAS BEEN COMMISSIONER ROLAND AND MYSELF. LISTEN, YOU GUYS WANT TO MAKE A CHANGE FOR A MOTION TO APPROVE THAT FOR THIS TIME? I'LL MAKE A MOTION TO PROVE WE HAVE MOTION.

DO WE HAVE A SECOND CHECK? I HAVE A MOTION AND A SECOND HOME IN FAVOUR. SAY AYE, AYE. THOSE

[13. Discussion/Action regarding the FY 2021 Sheriffs and Constables' Fees.]

NINE MOTION CARRIES. ADAM 13 DISCUSSION ACTION REGARDING BY 2021 SHERIFF IN CONSTABLES FEES. COMMISSIONER'S RECOMMENDATION THAT WE LEAVE THE FEES THE SAME AS THEY WERE LAST YEAR. UNDER THE CIRCUMSTANCES WITH KOGAN 19 AND EVERYBODY IN THE ECONOMIC SITUATION THAT SEEMS TO ME TO BE THE RIGHT THING TO DO THINK THAT'S THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT. AND I'D LOOK FOR EMOTION TO IMPROVE THE FEES AS SUBMITTED. SOME OF WEI HAVE EMOTIONS. WE HAVE A SECOND I HAVE A MOTION AND A SECOND ALL IN FAVOR, SAY AYE.

[14. Discussion/Action to approve FY2021 CAPCOG Annual Dues-Membership.]

BY POSING ON MOTION CARRIES. ADAM 14 DISCUSSION ACTION TO APPROVE WHY 2021 CAP COCK ANNUAL DUES MEMBERSHIP JUST WHAT IT SAYS $2147 FOR ANNUAL FEES. THERE'S NO DISCUSSION OUTLET FOR EMOTION TO PROVE ADAM 14. SOMEHOW WE HAVE EMOTION. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? SECOND OF EMOTION IN A SECOND. ALL IN FAVOR, SAY AYE. THOSE NINE MOTION CARRIES. 15

[15. Discussion/Action to approve Budget Amendment #64 for TAC reimbursement check for roof damage to Caldwell County Buildings.]

DISCUSSION ACTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET AMENDMENT 64 ATTACK REIMBURSEMENT CHECK OR SO DAMAGED FOR REMOVED. HIS TWO GO CAN NOT SURE WHERE THE WORD SOIL GAME FROM THERE. BY MONDAY, I GUESS. S O COMMISSIONERS. WE HAD ATTACKED COME IN AND EVALUATE OUR BUILDINGS AFTER THE HAILSTORM THAT HAPPENED FAIRLY RECENTLY. AND THEY ISSUED A CHECK FOR 396,006. WEI HAVE ALREADY BUDGETED 55 30 60 49. WE'RE GOING. TAKE A PORTION OF THAT MONEY MOVING INTO 001 65 2035 41ST GOT ANNEX ROOF REPAIR. THE BALANCE. WE'RE GONNA WAIT. WEI HAVE A MEETING WITH JOHNSON CONTROL ON THURSDAY. WE'RE GONNA COMPARE. WHAT JOHNSON CONTROL HASN'T THERE AND THEY'RE FINDING AND THEN THEN WE'LL TAKE THIS BINDING AND USE IT TO COVER ANY OTHER NECESSARY REPAIRS. TWO BILLS. SO I WOULD LOOK FOR EMOTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET AMENDMENT 64. WEI HAVE EMOTION. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? SECOND, WE HAVE EMOTION A SECOND I WANT FAVORS SAY I CLOSE IN ON MOTION CARRIES. BARBER. I'M GONNA LOOK FOR YOUR HELP WITH 16 17 BECAUSE THEY LOOK VERY SIMILAR TO ME, AND I'M NOT SURE I UNDERSTAND THE

[16. Discussion/Action to approve Budget Amendment #71 to support the Reimbursed Revenue and align expenditures in Election' Office for HAVA Federal Election.]

DIFFERENCE. ABSOLUTELY OKAY. I'M 16 DISCUSSION ACTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET AMENDMENT 71 TO SUPPORT REIMBURSED REVENUE. AND ALIGNMENT EXPENDITURES AND ELECTIONS OFFICE FOR HOBBS FEDERAL ELECTION. WE WERE WORKING WITH OUR ELECTION ADMINISTRATOR, AND WE FOUND THAT THE HAVA FUNDS CAN BE USED TO FOR HER FEDERAL ELECTION. ONLY AND WELL AND OTHER ITEMS AND SO WE SPOKE TO THE SECRETARY AND AT THAT LEVEL, AND SHE DID SAY THAT WE COULD USE HIM FOR THAT. SO. INSTEAD OF USING THE CONTINGENCY FUNDS THAT WE HAVE HERE LOCALLY. UM, WE'RE USING HIM FOR FROM THE HALF OF FUNDS. AND SO THIS IS A TRANSACTION IN THE GENERAL FUND WHERE WE'RE. WE'RE TAKING THE MONEY OUT OF THE HAVA FUNDS THAT WE WERE SEEING, UM, FROM THE FEDERAL LEVEL IN THE 14 FUNDS, AND WE'RE MOVING THAT MONEY. AND WE'RE REIMBURSING THE GENERAL FUND FOR WHERE SHE HAD USED THOSE FUNDS BACK IN MAY, UM ON THE FEDERAL SIDE ON LEE, AND SO THIS IS WHAT WE'RE DOING IN. THERE SHE IS, PAMELA, IF YOU WOULD LIKE, TEO SAY,

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THEY STATED A LITTLE BIT MORE ELOQUENTLY BECAUSE YOU KNOW THAT TERMINOLOGY A LITTLE BIT BETTER THAN I DO. SO THE CARES APART I UNDERSTAND. IS 17 THAT CONFUSED ME ON BEHIND THIS ONE, BUT WE'LL GET WE'LL GET 17. BUT WE WERE AVOIDING. USING THE CONTINGENCY FUND. SO THAT CARES ACT WILL ACTUALLY TAKE CARE ANY OVER ITCHES THAT HAT FOR THE RUNOFF ELECTIONS. OKAY, THIS IS WHAT THES TWO ITEMS ARE ABOUT. OKAY, SO COMMISSIONERS DO I HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET AMENDMENT 71. WE ARE RECEIVING. SORRY. I FLIPPED OVER. THE 17 GOT AFTER THAT.

6629 6009 FOR OH, AND APPLYING IT TO 001655. $25 YES, $25. 00165501. $1651.0. IN THE AMOUNT OF 44,009 SO MUCH EMOTION IN THE SECOND ON FAVOR. SAY AYE, THOSE NO EMOTION CARRIES. SO WHAT CONFUSED ME WAS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 16 AND 17. I GET ASSUME IT'S A DIFFERENT PART OF MONEY ARE DIFFERENT APPLICATION COULD LET'S VERY SIMILAR. DISCUSSION ACTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET AMENDMENT 72 LINE EXPENDITURES. PAYING THAT 100 FOR REIMBURSEMENT FOR FEDERAL ELECTION WORKERS. AND SO AGAIN, THAT ONE'S WE'RE RECEIVING 6600 FROM THE CARES ACT. AND APPLYING IT $25 TO DELIVERY FEE. $1652 TO 001. OVERTIME.

AND 014655. PART TIME CLERICAL IN THE MOUNT OF $4953, SO THEY LOOKED ALMOST IDENTICAL. THAT'S WHY I WAS A LITTLE CONFUSED BY THE BUDGET. YES, SIR. WE'RE SHOWING THE ACTUAL TRANSACTIONS.

WE HAD TO SET UP THE ACCOUNTS IN THE 14 FUND IN THE ACTUAL HABIT. TO TRACK EVERYTHING IDENTICAL AND YOU'RE ABSOLUTELY CORRECT. AND UM, AND WE'RE CREDITING THE ACCOUNTS IN THE GENERAL FUND, OKAY? OKAY, DISCUSSION. ACTION WAY. HAVE A DISCUSSION ACTION TO APPROVE A

[17. Discussion/Action to approve Budget Amendment #72 to align expenditures to PYMT 100 for reimbursement for Federal Election Workers.]

BUDGET AMENDMENT 72. I HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE. SO OKAY? WE HAVE EMOTION. DO WE HAVE A 2ND 2ND EMOTION A SECOND? ALL OF FAVOR, SAY AYE. THOSE NON MOTION CARRIES 18 DISCUSSION

[18. Discussion/Action to approve Budget Amendment #73 transfers from patrol deputies 001-4300 1035 to operating supplies and machinery and equipment.]

ACTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET AMENDMENT 73. TRANSFER FROM PATROL DEPUTIES 0014 101 OF 35 OPERATING SUPPLIES AND MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT. COMMISSIONER WE'RE TALKING ABOUT WAY SPLICING HERE. WE RECEIVED 17 30. UH PATROL DEPUTIES AND PLACING IT IN ZEROS THERE, ONE FOR 3003130 $2195 WERE OPERATING SUPPLIES. 001 43 153 10 FOR MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT AND IN YOUR BACKUP, YOU CAN SEE. WHAT THOSE WHERE IS JUST EVERY ITEMS. THAT MEANS.

I HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET AMENDMENT 73 SO SECOND. YOU HAVE EMOTIONAL SECOND ALL IN FAVOR, SAY AYE, OH, SHE CARRIES. 19 DISCUSSION ACTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET AMENDMENT

[19. Discussion/Action to approve Budget Amendment #74 to receive Unclaimed Property Capital Credits from Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.]

74 TO RECEIVE UNCLAIMED PROPERTY CAPITAL CREDITS FROM TEXAS COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. COMMISSIONERS THIS YEAR. THAT AMOUNT WAS. 9 57,090 FOR PREVIOUSLY USE 30,000 HERE TO PAY OUR DUES WITH GREATER, SAID MARCUS PARTNERSHIP. MAN. YOU CAN SEE 00 ON 65 10 3 T ZERO THAT $30,000. THAT'S WHAT THAT IS. THE BALANCE CAN BE USED FOR WHATEVER WE WANT GOING FORWARD WOULD ENTERTAIN ANY FUTURE. IN THE ITEMS TO DISCUSS WAYS. TO BUT FOR NOW, WE JUST NEED A MOTION TO APPROVE THIS BUDGET AMENDMENT. SOME OF THE SECOND WAVE OF EMOTION SECOND

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ON FAVOR, SAY AYE, AYE. THOSE NON MOTION CARRIES. OUT OF 20 DISCUSSION ACTION TO APPROVE

[20. Discussion/Action to approve the Interlocal Agreement between Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization and Caldwell County for FM 150/ Yarrington Road Corridor Study and Schematic Development.]

THE INNER LOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN CAPITAL AREA METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION CAMPO AND CALDWELL COUNTY FOR FM, 1 50 YARDS AND ROAD CORRIDOR. INSTAMATIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONERS. THIS IS THE RENEWING THE INNER LOCAL AGREEMENT THAT WE'RE CURRENTLY IN WITH THEM. SO. ANYONE HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS? NOT I'D LOOK FOR A TO PROVE IN HER LOCAL AGREEMENT. ALSO HAVE EMOTIONS. WE HAVE A SECOND SECOND. MOTION A SECOND ALL IN FAVOR, SAY AYE. I WAS NINE WHEN SHE CARRIES. OUT OF 21 DISCUSSION ACTOR ACTION TO

[21. Discussion/Action to consider Indigent Care Agreement with Ascension Seton pursuant to the Indigent Health Care and Treatment Act.]

CONSIDER IN THE GYM. CARE AGREEMENT WITH ASSOCIATION. ASCENSION SETON PRESENT IT TO THE INDIGENT HEALTH CARE AND TREATMENT ACT. COMMISSIONER THIS MONEY IS MONIES THAT WE'VE.

EXPANDED IN THE PAST. THEY'RE DOING A LITTLE BIT DIFFERENTLY THIS YEAR, BUT WE HAVE SOME QUESTIONS. I'M SURE J JAKE AND HANDSOME. FROM A CONTRACTUAL BASIS. THE WAY THEY'RE APPLYING THE FUNDS IS A LITTLE BIT DIFFERENT, BUT THE WORK THAT THE FUNDS ARE BEING USED FORCE IS EXACTLY SAME. AND THIS IS IT SEEMS LIKE A VERY LARGE AMOUNT OF MONEY THAT THE EXPENDITURES BY THE COUNTY WOULD BE WELL OVER MILLION DOLLARS ABOUT THIS ACT SO IT'S A PRETTY GOOD DEAL.

ANY QUESTIONS? IF NOT, I WOULD LOOK FOR A MOTION TO APPROVE INDIGENT CARE AGREEMENT WITH ASCENSION, SEATON. STILL IN WE HAVE EMOTIONS. WE HAVE A SECOND. I HAVE A MOTION IS SECOND ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE, THOSE NON LOTION CARRIES. 22 DISCUSSION ACTING TO APPROVE THE INNER

[22. Discussion/Action to approve the Interlocal Agreement On-Site Sewage Facilities (OSSF) between City of Lockhart and Caldwell County.]

LOCAL AGREEMENT, ONSITE SEWAGE FACILITIES CASES ASKED ME TO TABLE THIS. SHE WANTS TO JUST DOUBLE CHECK TO MAKE SURE THAT SHE WON'T HAVE ANY LICENSE YOUR ISSUES THAT WE GO FORWARD. WITH THIS. WHAT THIS IS IF SHE DOESN'T HAVE ANY CONFLICTS ARE OUR PROBLEMS. WE WERE THIS THE SEPTIC INSPECTION ON ANY FACILITIES WITHIN THE INCORPORATED CITY LIMITS OF LOCKHART. AND THEN THE COUNTY WOULD COURSE RECEIVED THE FEES AND JUST AS IF IT WERE OUT CAMPING. BUT CASEY HAS SOME CONCERNS THAT SEEMED THEY HAVE SOME LICENSE YOUR ISSUES WITH THIS, SO I WOULD LOOK FOR MOST IN THE TABLE UNTIL WE CAN INVESTIGATE THAT. WE HAVE EMOTIONS. DO YOU HAVE A SECOND? WE HAVE EMOTIONS AND SECOND TO TABLE WE'LL BRING IT BACK UP ON THE NEXT AGENDA. ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE, THOSE NON MOTION CARRIES. 23 DISCUSSION, ACTING

[23. Discussion/Action to approve the Interlocal Agreement between Caldwell and Hays Counties regarding housing for county jail inmates.]

TO APPROVE THE INNER LOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN KAHLO COUNTY AND HES COUNTIES REGARDING HOUSING FOR COUNTY JAIL INMATES. COMMISSIONER. THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT IT SAYS. IT'S IN OUR LOCAL AGREEMENT WAY WOULD TAKE HIS COUNTY INMATES, OF COURSE BE COMPENSATED FOR IT.

UNLESS ANYBODY HAS ANY QUESTIONS FOR CHIEF LANE. I WOULD LOOK FOR A MOTION TO PROVE THEIR LOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN CALDWELL OF HAYS COUNTY. YES, MA'AM. IS THIS VERY SIMILAR TO THE SAME THING WE'RE DOING NOW. CURRENTLY IT'S JUST A RENEWING RENEWAL. YES OK, I JUST WANTED TO MAKE SURE THERE WASN'T SOMETHING WE MISS. NO, NOTHING DIFFERENT. HEY, UH, ANY OTHER DISCUSSION? NOT LOOK FOR A MOTION TO APPROVE IN HER LOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN CALDWELL IN HAYS COUNTY REGARDING HOUSING FOR COUNTY JAIL INMATES, SO WE HAVE A MOTION DO WE HAVE A SECOND? SECOND. WE HAVE EMOTION A SECOND FAVOR, SAY I POSED ON MOTION CARRIES. 20 FOR DISCUSSION ACTION REGARDING THE STOP SIGN AND REALLY

[24. Discussion/Action regarding the Stop sign in Prairie Lea.]

COMMISSIONER SHELTON AND DREAMLIKE WISH. SO WE'RE BRINGING THIS BACK BEFORE THE COURT BECAUSE IT NEVER CLOSED OUT FROM 2017. IT BECAME BEFORE THE COURT SEVERAL TIMES. AND AFTER LAST MEETING, WHICH WASS. TO OCTOBER. THE 9TH 2017. STOP SIGNS HAD ALREADY BEEN PLACE,

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BUT IT WAS BROUGHT BACK TO COURT. AS TO THE REASON OF NOT HAVING ANY. BACK UP FOR ANYTHING. ANYTHING THAT'S RECORDED IN COMMISSIONER'S COURT AS TO WHY. THE STOP SOUNDS WAS PUT THERE WERE STUDIED DOWN TO REPRESENT THAT. THEY HAVE DISCUSSION ACTION, AND I'M JUST GONNA READ YOU WHAT WAS IN THE COMMISSIONER COURT MEETING'S MINUTES.

COMMISSIONER MOSES REVIEW SITUATIONS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD THAT AFFECT THE DISTRICT SAFETY. MISSION MATERIAL WOULD LIKE TO WAIT ON A FINAL DECISION UNTIL THE COUNTY ENGINEER JACKIE THOMAS HAS BEEN ABLE TO REVIEW THE SITUATION. HE SAYS THE CONDITIONS IN THE AREA ARE NOT WHAT PEOPLE MIGHT NORMALLY CONSIDERED HER STOP SOUNDS NECESSITIES. BUT THERE ARE CRITERIA THEY JUST TRAFFIC CONTROL. SHE SUPPORT COMMISSIONER MOSES IS DETERMINATION THAT THE SIGNS OF JUSTIFIED AND NO ACTION WAS TAKEN. AND IT WAS LEFT AT THAT.

SO THIS WAS NEVER RESOLVED. NEVER BROUGHT BACK TO COURT. AFTER THAT TIME TO GET A SOLUTION. SO I WAS APPROACHED BY MR MACLEISH. TO LOOK INTO THIS AND TO SEE WHAT WAS DONE AS FAR AS PLACING THOSE STOP SIGNS THAT ARE OUT THERE COMPARED TO AS YOU'RE SEEING YOUR BACK UP. ALL OF THE OLD SONS THAT WERE THERE, AND EVERYTHING FUNCTIONED WELL. MR MACLEISH, I THINK HAS A LITTLE PRESENTATION HE'D LIKE TO SHOW. AND EXPLAINED THAT YOU KNOW, HE'S GOT A LOT OF SIGNATURES AS YOU CAN YOU HELP MR MACLEISH GET HOOKED UP HERE AND HOPEFULLY IT'LL WORK. HE HAS A LOT OF SIGNATURES FROM SEVERAL RESIDENTS AND WHICH A LOT OF THOSE IN YOUR BACK UP. THAT THEY WOULD LOOK, JUST GO BACK THE WAY OF WHAT I DO KNOW THAT, UH. MR GRANTHAM SPOKE ABOUT TRAFFIC. UH COMING OVER FROM COUNTY FROM RIVER BLUE SUN RIVERS OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT RIVER CAN COURSE IDEAS. BUT. I THINK HIS VIDEOS AND THINGS WILL EXPLAIN MORE TO YOU AS TO. WHY IT REALLY ISN'T NECESSARY TO HAVE HAD ALL THE STOP SIGNS IN PLACE. AND THEY SHOULD HAVE, AND I KNOW YOU BOTH HAVE BEEN OUT THERE AND YOU SEE YOU DON'T THE SITUATION HERE. BOTH OF YOU HAVE BEEN OUT THERE AND SEEING THE SITUATIONS. YOU HAVE A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THESE THREE. UM THANK YOU FOR DUKE COMING OUT, AT LEAST. AND YEAH, I WANT TO TALK ABOUT THE STOP SIGNS. IT'S JUST THERE'S REALLY NO TRAFFIC. EVERYBODY RUNS THEM EVERY DAY. CHECKED ON THE CORNER ON NUMBER THREE MUSTANG ON RIVER STREET. THOSE THREE HOUSES I GOT SIGNATURES AND EVERY TIME THEY'RE BUSY SIGNING MY PETITION THERE. BASICALLY SAID, YEAH, NOBODY STOPS IN THE STOP SIGNS ANYWAYS. I'VE HAD TWO PEOPLE TELL ME THEY CONDEMN ME FOR DOING WHAT I'M DOING TODAY. UM, THAT ONE COMMISSIONER, AT ONCE COMMISSIONER, ONE NEIGHBOR ON THIS PAPER I GAVE YOU HERE. VEHICLE SPEED BETWEEN STOP SIGNS. THEY'RE THE NEXT HOUSE PAST STOP SIGNS. THEY NOTICED THAT WHEN PEOPLE DO STOP, THEY DECIDED JUST HAUL ASS BECAUSE THEY'RE WATCHING YOU. SORRY. I COULD SHOW VIDEO GO THROUGH EACH EACH, UH, INTERSECTION NUMBER ONE. NUMBER ONE NUMBER TWO. NICE TO SEE YOU. THIS WAS THE ONE THE INTERSECTION IT WAS BACK IN 2017. I'M COMING UP TO IT. AND THAT STOP SIGN, RIGHT.

THERE WAS NEVER NEVER HEAR BEFORE YOU USED TO BE ABLE TO JUST GO FORWARD. THIS IS A STOP SIGN HERE. I WANT TO GET REMOVED WOULD LIKE TO GET REMOVED AND THIS ONE OVER HERE REMOVED, TOO. IT'S A T INTERSECTION. I WAS TO STOP THEIR CAR COMING UP HERE OR IT WAS HERE BEFORE. THEY WOULD HAVE THE RIGHT AWAY RIGHT NOW. I MEAN, MAYBE TURNING TOWARDS ME. THE ROAD'S JUST NEED TO BE TWO LANES. WHERE IT ALWAYS STOP SIGN. SEE IF SOMEONE HAD AN F 2 50 PULLING A TRAILER. I'M PRETTY MUCH IN THEIR WAY. NOW, IF THAT STOP SIGN WASN'T THERE, I WOULD HAVE ALREADY DROVE THROUGH GOT OUT OF THEIR WAY. UM. LIKE I SAID, THE ROADS ARE JUST TOO SMALL TO SUPPORT. THAT TYPE OF TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE. THIS IS THE SAME INTERSECTION COMING THE OTHER DIRECTION. THE PEOPLE IN THIS HOUSE. THEY'RE ALWAYS WAVING CARS BY TWO. THEY

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SAY NO ONE STOPS AT THE STOP SIGN EITHER OF THE OTHER DIRECTION. BASICALLY, IF I STOP HERE, THERE WAS A CAR WAITING OVER HERE WANTING TO MAKE A LEFT TURN. THE ROAD JUST ISN'T BIG ENOUGH TO SUPPORT. NO, IT'S DANGEROUS NOW WHERE IF I WOULD'VE JUST KEPT GOING STRAIGHT OR MADE MY RIGHT HAND TURN. I'VE BEEN OUT OF THE WAY OF THE VEHICLE THAT NEEDS TO PROCEED AND WE'RE ALL GOING DOWN THE ROAD JUST. SHOW YOUR REVIEW THEY WOULD HAVE HAD THEY'RE HERE STOP TONIGHT. THEY WERE HERE FIRST. OF COURSE. NOW THEY HAVE THE RIGHT AWAY.

THEY'RE MAKING THE TURN. AND THERE'S JUST JUST NOT ENOUGH ROAD. AND MAYBE FOR A LITTLE. A LITTLE SMALL CAR, BUT NOT MOST OF OUR TEXAS TRUCKS. I MEAN, I'M BARELY ON THAT ROAD THERE.

THAT'S THE NUMBER ONE ON THE PROPOSED CHANGE. JUST REMOVE THOSE TWO STOP SIGNS. ANY QUESTIONS? AT LEAST THOSE TWO. THOSE WERE THE ONES THAT WERE WE TALKED ABOUT IN 2017 JUST THIS INTERSECTION. A LOT OF OTHER IN SECTIONS THAT I WOULD LIKE TO TALK ABOUT TO NOW.

ESPECIALLY NUMBER. TWO NUMBER TWO IS THE ONE THAT MR GRANTHAM WAS UP HERE EARLIER. HE HAS A THERE'S A LOT OF THERE IS NOT A LOT OF TRAFFIC NOT NO. KARA. MINUTE AS YOU CAN SEE, THERE'S HARDLY ANY TRAFFIC YOU'RE DOING RIGHT NOW. BUT YOU NEED TO GO DOWN THIS ROAD TO GET TO THAT CAMP GROUND THAT HE SAID WAS OPEN. I'M JUST DOING THE SAME THING. WE SHOULDN'T HAVE TO STOP HERE. YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO GO. THE ROAD SUSTAINED BIG ENOUGH. I'M GONNA SPEED UP BECAUSE I KNOW YOU HAVE THINGS BETTER TO DO. THAT STOP SIGN REMOVED. THIS IS THE BIGGER ISSUE ON THAT. SAME THIS IS THE ROAD COMING UP. TO THAT SAME INTERSECTION. I JUST SHOWED YOU.

AND IT'S COMING FROM THE NEW CAMP BROWN AND IT'S A LONG STRAIGHT ROAD AND HERE'S STOP AHEAD SIGN. AND THEN THERE'S JUST A TURN SIGN. HE'S A PRETTY SHARP TURN. THERE SHOULD BE MORE LIKE I'M GONNA POSIT HERE. IT NEEDS TO BE LIKE RIGHT HERE, ANOTHER SIGN THAT SAYS. 20 NOW 20 MILES AN HOUR TURN WHAT? YOU KNOW, THERE'S A BIG TURN COMING UP. MAYBE IT UP A LITTLE FARTHER. ANOTHER SAFETY TURN BECAUSE THERE'S ALMOST SIGNS NOW AND IT'S A HARD HARD TURN.

BACK WHEN WE FIRST MOVED HERE IT WAS JUST THIS ONE. STOP SIGN HERE ON YOUR LEFT THE TEAM.

THIS ONE'S I WANT REMOVED AND THIS ONE SHOULD BE REMOVED. THERE WAS ACTUALLY AN ACCIDENT HERE. PICTURE OF IT HERE. AND THE SHARES. GUADALUPE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT PIT MANEUVER TO CAR THEY WERE COMING UP DRUNK FROM THE THERE ARE DRUNKS THAT AIR DRINKING AT THAT CAMP NOW, SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT PIT MANEUVER TO CAR AND CRASHED INTO THIS VAN HERE. REWIND THAT ONE VIDEO. SPORTED A LITTLE MORE. THERE IT IS THAT VAN RIGHT THERE. OOPS. SO THAT THAT BAND THERE THERE'S THAT MANY I WAS PART THERE, BUT AND THE SHARES TO GO OUT OF SERVICE DEPARTMENT HAD A DAUGHTER IN THE BACK OF A POLICE CONDOM. MAMA SAID. I CAN'T GO ON.

SERVES OFF DOWN THE ROAD, SO THEY DON'T LIVE THERE THAT HOUSE WHAT'S THAT THEY DON'T LIVE THERE THAT IT HAS. THAT'S JUST THEIR GARAGE. BUT THERE'S THE PEOPLE THAT CRASH THERE NOW THEY WERE VISITING THE CAMPGROUND TIME. THANK YOU CLEAR THAT THERE WAS AN ACCIDENT. IT WAS. IT HAPPENED BECAUSE OF THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE WAS CHASING THAT CAR. I THINK THEY'RE JUST RIGHT HERE NEED TO BE MORE YELLOW SIGNS THAT SAY SLOW DOWN. THERE IS QUITE A FEW. THERE'S QUITE. AT 10 30. THEY HAVE TO CHECK INTO THIS CAMPGROUND BETWEEN 10 AND 10 30 THERE THERE IS AN INFLUX OF TRAFFIC. THEN THEY'RE ALL AT THE CAMPGROUND. NO MORE TRAFFIC. 6 30. THEY LEAVE AND THAT'S. OUT OF THE DRUNK TIME HAS BEEN DRINKING ALL DAY, AND THEN I'LL GET KICKED OUT AND A STOP SIGN HAS NOT BEEN STOPPED A DRUNK. SPEED BOMBS ARE GOING TO STOP THE DRUNK. IT'S JUST JUST WEAR AND TEAR ON OUR VEHICLES HAVING TO STOP IT ALL THESE TO YOU. JUST A QUICK QUESTION, PLEASE. I HAVEN'T BEEN OUT THERE. DO YOU SEE THE POTENTIAL FOR WHEN SOMEBODY COMES AROUND THAT CORNER, AND THEY PARK ABOUT STOP SIGN TO GET UP PRETTY GOOD HEAD TO SPEED THE TIME THEY GET ALL THE WAY THROUGH. YEAH, TOWN, RIGHT? SO MY QUESTION IS. DO YOU BELIEVE THOSE STOP SIGNS SLOWING DOWN A LITTLE BIT, EVEN

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IF THEY RAN HIM? I WOULD THINK MORE THIS REGULAR TEXAS NORMAL DRIVERS. I THINK WE JUST SLOW DOWN AT THIS TURN WHEN IT SAYS SLOW, AND THAT'S HOW THEY HAVE ALWAYS HOW IT ALWAYS WASS. AND I, YOU KNOW, AND I THINK THAT I REMEMBER WHEN THIS ISSUE FIRST CAME UP TO HAVE THESE INSTALLED, I'LL SHOW YOU HERE RIGHT HERE. WHAT HAPPENED? WASS WHICH GOT PISTOL I RATE FOR MR GRANTON. MY RATE. WAS A CAR WAS COMING AROUND HERE AND THE STOP SIGN WAS IN HERE. THEY HAD A BASKETBALL COURT HERE IN THE STREET PLAYING AND THERE WAS 10 KIDS OUT THERE. YEAH, THEY'RE THEY'RE ALMOST WAS AN ACCIDENT. I'VE HAD ONE OF THEM SIGNATURES. YEAH, THEY DID.

CROSS OUT NUMBER TWO. I MEAN, I'M WILLING TO WORK WITH THIS, BUT STILL, THERE'S NOT ENOUGH ROOM FOR A CAR TO TURN. PEOPLE STILL RUN THIS STOP SIGN. THEY STILL RUN IT. SO I NOTICED ON YOUR SLIDE THAT YOU HAD. THERE USED TO BE A 20 MILE AN HOUR SPEED LIMIT THERE. I'M NOT SURE THEY MAY HAVE REMOVED THEM WHEN THEY PUT THE STOP SIGNS OF THEM ON MY SIDE SHOW YOU SEE, I HAD A PICTURE. THIS IS THE ONE COMING THE OTHER DIRECTION NEVER TOOK DOWN. THEY PUT THE STOP SIGN UP AND DIDN'T TAKE THAT. SIGN DOWN. SO YOU YOU COME ACROSS. TURN FIRST, LIKE 20 MILES. THE VIDEO. THERE IT IS RIGHT THERE. ONE HOUR RIGHT THERE SAYING FOR THE TURN IS 20 RIGHT THEN THAT THERE WAS NEVER STOP SIGN HERE THAT WAS SIGNED. WAS THERE BEFORE THIS STOP SIGN, SO. PEOPLE WITH KEEP ON GOING. I KNOW THAT THAT'S A 20 MILE RETURN THIS TURN THIS IS THE INTERSECTION THAT. WITH THE GROWTH OF SMALL GROWTH OF THAT CAMP, AND OF COURSE, IT IS ONLY OPEN FOUR MONTHS OUT OF THE YEAR, SO THAT AS THE REST OF THE YEAR WE HAVE TO STOP AT THE STOP SIGN LIKE THERE'S NO TRAFFIC. ANY MORE QUESTIONS ON THIS ONE. I MEAN, I'M WILLING EVEN AND GO OUT THERE WITH THE ROAD ADMINISTRATOR AND UNLOCKED THE STREETS AND SEE WHAT WE WILL WE COULD DO WITH, YOU KNOW I'M NOT A. PROFESSIONAL ON THIS JUST TRYING TO GET IT THE WAY IT WAS BEFORE. THEN I GUESS I I'M JUST RIGHT UP THE STREET FROM THAT LAST INTERSECTION.

IT'S MUSTANG AND RIVER STREET HERE, AND IT'S ALWAYS STOP SIGN. NO ONE USES MUSTANG ON THE PEOPLE. IT'S NOT REALLY. BUSY. BUSY ROAD. YOU'RE ALWAYS JUST STOPPING HERE FOR NOTHING.

THERE'S NEVER ANY CROSS TRAFFIC. ON A REGULAR DAY. WHAT WOULD YOU SAY THE TRAFFIC COUNTING ON THIS RIVER STREET? NO. I'M SAYING STRUCK ON ST JOSEPH ST. IN FRONT OF MY HOUSE.

I ACTUALLY HAVE A TIME LAPSE VIDEO. THIS YEAR, WHICH WAS WHAT A SATURDAY. AS YOU CAN SEE, THERE WAS 10 MINUTES, AND NOTHING CAME BY. I WISH I HAD TIME LAPSE OF THE RIVER STREET.

HEY, NATE AUSTIN TRAFFIC. SHOULD BE SEEING OUR CAR CAR CAR. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME.

MOVING PRETTY FAST. I WAS TRYING TO COUNT CARS. YEAH, TWO O'CLOCK IS YOU KNOW YOU COULD GO LIKE OKAY, THERE'S FIVE MINUTES 10. MINUTES PASSED. I HAVEN'T SEEN ANYTHING. SO I COUNTED ABOUT. I WANT TO HANG MY HAT ON IT, BUT ABOUT 24 CARS TO OUT, SIR, WE WEREN'T WITH THE MISSING. CAN I TALK FOR A MINUTE, PLEASE? YES SIR. I'M SORRY. I CAN'T WAIT. SO I WAS COUNTING THERE AND INTO OUR PERIOD TIME ABOUT 24 CARS, SO ENTER THAT INTERSECTION. THAT'S ABOUT 12 HOUR MORE OR LESS, YOU KNOW, SO ONE EVERY 67 MINUTES. YES. WHATEVER. I'M OUT ON A SATURDAY WAS AUSTIN. THIS IS ACTUALLY A MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND AFTER. I DON'T EVEN THINK WE'RE ON. WE'RE GROWN A VIRUS THING. WE'RE FREE AT THAT TIME. I MEAN, YOU SEE MORE CLOUDS COME

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BY THE TRAFFIC WOULD BE I WOULD BE CURIOUS AND HAVE A TRAFFIC COUNT ON THOSE ANDERSON SOMETHING. I DON'T KNOW HOW MANY CARS WERE GETTING THERE WITH OUT, KNOWING THAT IT'S PRETTY DIFFICULT TO MAKE A DECISION. YEAH, THAT'S THAT'S THE BASIS FOR THE. THE SIGNAGE IS ALWAYS WHETHER OR NOT TRAFFIC THERE'S ASKED, WAS THAT THE ABILITY JUST TO PICK UP SPEED GOING DOWN THE STREET FROM ONE TOWN TO THE OTHER, MORE TRAFFIC SCIENCE MIGHT BE AN APPROPRIATE ANSWER. I DON'T KNOW, BUT WITHOUT HAVING A TRAFFIC COUNT. FREDA GOING HARD TO MAKE A DECISION ON THAT. AND IT CAN ANSWER THIS. I THINK MAYBE THAT WAS BACK IN 2017 BECAUSE HE WAS INVOLVED IN JACKIE, WHO AT THE TIME, WASS. THE UH, COUNTY ENGINEER WHICH THAT SOMETHING SHE DID. AND WE'VE LOOKED BACK AND THERE IS NOTHING THAT MAYBE SHE EVEN ATTEMPTED. IT DIDN'T HAVE TIME BEFORE SHE WENT. PROBABLY JUST GOTS A WARRANT STUDY AND YOU KNOW, THAT'S. TRAFFIC COUNTS AND ACCIDENT THAT, UH, THERE'S NEVER BEEN AN ACCIDENT. THAT KIND OF STUFF. BUT, UH, I DON'T KNOW. NO. YOU KNOW IF IT WAS DONE OR NOT, HEY, HEY, WOULD PERFORM THAT WOULD NOT TEXT NOT WITH PERFORMER WARRANTS THAT HE HAD AN YOUR SECTION LIKE THIS? NOT NOT. IF IT'S NOT A TECH STUFF. IT'S OFF SYSTEM SO WE WOULD HAVE TO DO HER OWN.

SOMETHING LIKE WHAT MAKES HIM BACK, EVERYTHING OKAY? IN HERE THAT WARNS FOR A STOP SIGN.

YEAH. YOU KNOW, IT IS JUST NOT ENOUGH TRAFFIC. THESE FACILITIES. YOU KNOW, THAT'S NOT THE ONLY REASON THAT YOU CAN OR CAN'T HAVE A STOP SIGN, BUT. THINK THEY WOULD MEET A WARRANT RIGHT? I DON'T KNOW ABOUT SAFETY, YOU KNOW ABOUT SPEEDS AND WHAT IN THE ABSENCE OF THOSE STOP SIGNS COULD BE DONE, YOU KNOW, HOLD THE SPEED DOWN THAT ROAD. I KNOW THAT THE CONSTABLES HAVE STEPPED UP. ESPECIALLY ON THE WEEKENDS PATROLLING THAT ROAD, AND I'VE BEEN TOLD BY OTHERS. EVEN OTHER THAN THEN, MR MACLEISH THAT SEEMS TO HELP. HAVING THE CONSTABLES THERE. A TROLL ON THAT ROAD ON THE WEEKENDS. BUT EVERYONE'S RUNS TO STOP SIGN AS THE THINGS EVERY RIGHT, BUT THEY DON'T HAVE A TICKET. I GUESS MY POINT IS, THEY DON'T RUN IT. GOING 15 MILES AN HOUR. MORE CONCERNED WITH THE SPEED THAT WHERE THERE'S EVERY NEIGHBORHOOD'S GONNA HAVE A SPEEDER WELL, I KNOW, BUT IF YOU'VE GOT A RESORT WHERE, AS YOU SAID DRUNK, 6 30 IS THE DRUNK HOURS CAN IS. YOU'VE GOT TO GET A PATROL THAT AREA TO STOP SIGNING GOING TO STOP I I'D LIKE TO TALK TO FINISH THE THOUGHT. IF YOU'VE GOT A RESORT, AND THERE ARE PEOPLE COMING OUT THERE IS, HE SAID DRUNK, IT'S THE EXTERNAL THAT'S A LITTLE DIFFERENT THAN A MAJOR HITS FEEDER. THAT'S IT. THAT'S A BIT OF A SAFETY ISSUE. SO WHAT? WHAT I SUGGEST IS THAT WE DO A TRAFFIC STUDY. HAVE AT THAT INTERSECTION, AND IF POSSIBLE, SOME KIND OF, YOU KNOW, SIGN THAT CLOCK SPEEDS. HERE IN CERTAIN TIMES OF THE DAY. I THINK WE COULD GET SOMETHING LIKE THAT DONE. I CERTAINLY THINK WE HAVE IN OUR BUDGET, BUT SOMETHING LIKE THAT. SO THAT WE CAN GET. DATABASE OF HOW FAST THEY GO ON WHAT TIME'S THE DAYS THAT HAPPENED? HOW MANY CARS I KNOW THERE ARE KIDS ON THAT STREET.

SO THAT WAY, HAVE SOME INFORMATION TO BASE OUR DECISION ON BECAUSE RIGHT NOW WE DON'T THINK SIGNS GOT PUT UP. UH, I DON'T HAVE NOT, AND I WAS ON THE COURT WHEN THAT HAPPENED. AND I DON'T RECALL ANY STUDIES BEING PRESENTED DURING THAT TIME. SO ALL THE COMMISSIONER'S COURTS THAT PERTAIN TO THIS PARTICULAR ITEM. AND THERE IS NO DATA BACKUP. SO THAT'S GONNA BE MY SUGGESTING THAT THE COUNTY DOES ITS OWN TRAFFIC COUNT STUDY AND THAT WE PUT UP SOME KIND OF SIGN WHERE WE CAN MONITOR SPEED AND GET DATA ON SPEED. IF THEY'RE SPEEDING WHEN THEY'RE SPEEDING. THAT KIND OF STUFF. MAKE ANOTHER GOOD POINT POINTED OUT AND MYSELF BEING IN THAT AREA QUITE OFTEN, AND I KNOW YOU'VE BEEN THERE TO JUDGE IS IT? WHEAN THOSE OTHER TWO STOP SIGNS OR LONGER STRAIGHTAWAY IN ST JOSEPH ST. UH, THE FACT BEING MADE AND SHOWN IN THE VIDEO IS IF YOU'RE AT THAT TEA. AND SOMEONE APPROACHES A STOP SIGN.

YOU HAVE TO WAIT TILL THEY GO THROUGH. THERE IS NOT THE ROAD IS NOT WIDE ENOUGH. IT'S VERY NARROW. THIS ROAD IS NOT A REGULAR KID. UM AND THE ST JOSEPH ST IS NARROW, PRETTY

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MUCH FROM POINT A TO POINT B TEAM PASSED MR GRANTHAM'S HOUSE. IT DOESN'T WANT TO. AND SO. YOU KNOW THAT DOES POSE AN ISSUE WITH APPROACHING, YOU KNOW, COMMON SENSE STATION YOU NEED TO STOP SIGN AT A TV. BUT IF YOU APPROACH THE TEETH FIRST, AND SOMETHING COMES UP THROUGH THERE. THEY APPROACHED THE TEETH. THEY'VE STILL GOT NO, BEFORE YOU CAN TURN EITHER DIRECTION. YOU SEE, I HAVE A MORE CONCERNED WITH THE SPEED OF CARS AND I AM WITH WHETHER OR NOT PEOPLE ACTUALLY STOP STOPS. I'M MORE CONCERNED WITH HOW FAST ARE THEY GOING? YOU'RE IN CERTAIN TIMES A DAY IS THAT SPEED? DANGEROUS TO KIDS. THAT'S I GUESS THAT'S WHERE MY CONCERN LIES. AND WE DON'T HAVE A DATA ONE WAY OR THE OTHER PROBABLY WENT TO PUT CHILDREN AT PLAY SIDE. THERE'S A APPLIED A FEW ALREADY AND THAT WAS THE BIG. AROUND THAT CURVE RALLY APPROACHED RIGHT AT THE CURVE. WAS THERE ONE THERE? SO IT IS YOUR MIC ON JUST BE QUIET. TAKE.

YOUR BACK FOR A SECOND, BUT ANYWAY, I'LL BUILD FANS OF THERE ACROSS FROM THAT RESORT.

AND I WAS OUT THERE ABOUT TWO WEEKS. AND. WE NEVER HAD ANY. IT WOULD BE ANY PROBLEM WITH TRAFFIC. AS A MATTER OF FACT THAT I WAS BUILDING SEVERAL PEOPLE STOPPED IN THE MIDDLE OF A ROULETTE. TALK TO ME IN A IF I WOULD BE A ONE FOR THEM, AND NOBODY BLOW THAT. ANYBODY ANYTHING THAT IS KIND OF LIKE, WAITED AND THEN JUST GO WHENEVER THEY MOST PEOPLE. LT'S TEXANS DRIVE RIGHT. GOING TO ALWAYS BE THAT ONE? YES. EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE TO STOP OR WHERE TERROR ON THEIR VEHICLE, ESPECIALLY THE LOCALS. IT'S ONLY GONNA BE. OPEN FOUR MONTHS OUT OF THE YEAR FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR. WE HAVE TO STOP. I MEAN, I USED TO BE ABLE TO LEAVE MY HOUSE. STOP IT! ONE STOP! SIGN THAT HB COME HOME! STOP AT ONE STOP SIGN. NOW I HAVE TO STOP FIVE TIMES. GO BORDER BLOCK. COME ON, GREAT JUDGE BECAUSE YOU KNOW IT'S BEST. TAKE SOME KIND OF ACTION ON IT. I THINK YOU DON'T TRACK YES, ESO. I'M IN. NO HURRY.

I'VE BEEN. WORKING ON THIS FOR THREE YEARS. THIS AND THAT, AND I APPRECIATE THAT I DO. AGNES FROM CALIFORNIA, AND IT'S JUST LIKE THERE'S NO TRAFFIC, THE SAME TRAFFIC, RIGHT? UM.

COMMISSIONER. YOU WANT TO MAKE A MOTION TO PURSUE SOME STUDIES, SPEED AND TRAFFIC STUDIES ARE HAVING. ONE I WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A MOTION THAT WE PURSUIT, ENDING A TRAFFIC STUDY DOWN. UH ON, UH, ST JOSEPH ST AND. IN THE AREA WHERE THERE'S OTHER STOP SOUNDS THAT ARE AS WELL.

THE FOUR WAY STOP SIGN THAT HE SHOWED IT'S REALLY NOT NECESSARY. AS WELL AS IN THE TRAFFIC STUDY THE SPEED THE TRAFFIC COUNT. THINK THAT'S YOUR MOTION. OKAY, WE HAVE EMOTION. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? SECOND, WE HAVE A AND SECOND ALL IN FAVOR, SAY AYE. THOSE AND THEN THANK YOU. YOU'RE WELCOME. I HAVE 25 DISCUSSION ACTION TO DESIGNATED DAY OF THE

[25. Discussion/Action to designate a day of the week on which the court shall convene in a regular term each month during the next fiscal year.]

WEEK WHICH COURT SHOW CONVENE AND REGULAR TERM EACH. BUT DURING THE FISCAL YEAR WE'LL HAVE IT IN THE BACK UP FOR TUESDAY'S LIKE WE CURRENTLY HAVE. COMMISSIONERS DISCUSSION ON THAT. I FEEL THAT IT'S BEEN WORKING VERY WELL FROM THE COURT. UH, THE OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE. MONDAY. I DIDN'T LOOK AT THAT CALENDAR. I THINK THERE WAS LIKE FOUR HOLIDAYS NEXT YEAR. THAT WOULD FOLLOW MONDAY THAT WOULD BE A COMMISSIONER'S PORT LEADING. WHICH WE WOULD END UP HAVING TO POSTPONE CHANGE. SO I'D LIKE TO SEE THAT WE'RE LEAVING. PERSONALLY I DON'T BELIEVE IT. ON TUESDAY, THE 2ND 14 ON DH. WHATEVER REASON WE DID IT. TO SORT OF ADDRESS. YOU KNOW, LITTLE, YOU KNOW. JUST ITEMS THAT HAVE BEEN. PROBABLY NEED TO BE ADDRESSED OUTSIDE OF COURT, AND I JUST LIKE TO REMIND EVERYBODY IF YOU CAN'T ADDRESS THEM. CAN GET HIM RESOLVED BEFORE WE COME IN THE COURT WOULD BE BETTER. UP SPEED SAYING ALONG AND IT'S HELPFUL WITH STAFF. OTHERWISE I'D LOOK, I'M FINE WITH THAT STAND WHERE WE ARE. COMMISSIONING PROGRAM,

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OKAY? IN THAT CASE, I WANT PROMOTION TO DESIGNATE TUESDAY'S SECOND FOR TUESDAY.

OF THE MONTH AS OFFICIAL COMMISSIONER'S COURT MEETING DAYS. I HAVE EMOTIONAL WE HAVE A 2ND 2ND 2ND ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE AYE. THOSE NON MOTION CARRIES. ADAM 26 DISCUSSION

[26. Discussion/Action to order the November 3, 2020 General Election.]

ACTION TOE ORDER THE NOVEMBER 3RD 2020 GENERAL ELECTION.

J. DAVID, WE NEED TO READ THIS ORDER. HERE GIVE YOU HERE. YOU HAVE MY COPY. JUST GO AHEAD. I HAVEN'T ELECTED INTO. READ. THE ENTIRE THING HAS LOTS OF. LOTS OF DATA AND THERE A WEEK. PROBABLY DON'T NEED TO BE VERY EVERY BIT OF IT FOR ADDRESSES AND WHATNOT. THAT YOU TELL ME, COUNSELOR. I HAVEN'T HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO READ THIS YET.

UNFORTUNATELY. YOU WANT TO? I CAN TURN ACROSS THE ROAD QUICKLY. IF YOU WANT TO READ IT, READ IT. ORDER ORDER OF GENERAL ELECTION ELECTION IS HEREBY ORDERED BEHELD ON NOVEMBER 3RD 2020 AND COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING THE FOLLOWING COUNTY IN PRECINCT OFFICERS. AS REQUIRED BY ARTICLE. 16 16 65 TEXAS CONSTITUTION. EXCUSE ME.

THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY DISTRICT JUDGE COUNTY DISTRICT CLERK ON EXPIRED COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR COLLECTOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRE THINKS ONE IN THREE. COUNTY SHERIFF COUNTY CONSTABLES PRECINCT 123 AND FOUR EARLY VOTING PERSONAL PARENTS WILL BE CONDUCTED AT SCOTT ANNEX BUILDING. 40 NO. THREE BLACKJACKS STREET. LOCKHART, TEXAS. 78644 AND THE LI LING CIVIC CENTER. 333 EAST AUSTIN STREET. LULING, TEXAS 78648 NOT KHUN, GO OVER THE REST OF THOSE OF YOU WISH. OKAY, OKAY, SO THIE, OUR GOVERNOR EXTENDED ELECTION DAY EARLY VOTING ON ELECTION DAYS, TWO ADDITIONAL FOUR MORE DAYS. SO WE HAVE A TOTAL OF 16 DAYS.

AND SO THE DAYS THE DATES AND THE HOURS WILL MIRROR EACH OTHER AS FARAS, THE SCOTT ANNEX IN THE LULEA CIVIC CENTER. SO BEGINNING OCTOBER 13TH, WHICH IS A TUESDAY, WE HAVE FROM 8 TO 5, OCTOBER 14TH, WHICH IS A WEDNESDAY 8 TO 5. OCTOBER 15TH THURSDAY 8 TO 5. OCTOBER. 16TH FRIDAY 8 TO 5. OCTOBER. 17TH AND 18TH. WE'RE CLOSED, WHICH IS A SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. THEN WE PICK UP AGAIN. OCTOBER 19TH MONDAY 8 TO 5, OCTOBER 20TH TUESDAY 8 TO 5, OCTOBER 21ST WEDNESDAY 8 TO 5. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22ND EIGHT TO 5, OCTOBER 23RD FRIDAY 8 TO 5 AND THEN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24TH 9 A.M. TO 7 P.M. SUNDAY OCTOBER 25TH 10 A.M. TO 3 P.M. IN THE LAST WEEK OF EARLY VOTING, WHICH IS OCTOBER 26 THROUGH THE 30TH, WHICH IS MONDAY TO FRIDAY. 7 A.M. TO 7 P.M. THEN WE HAVE OUR POLLING LOCATIONS. WE HAVE A TOTAL TOTAL FOR ELECTION DAY. 17 POLLING LOCATIONS, WHICH WILL BE A COMPLIANCE. WEI HAVE THE FIRST LOCKHART BAPTIST CHURCH WITH PRECINCT 100 REPORTING TO THAT LOCATION. LOCKHART JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS JAM PRECINCTS 1 18, AND ONE OF THREE WILL BE REPORTING TO THAT LOCATION. THE V F W POST 89 TO 7 HALL PRECINCT. ONE OF FOUR WILL BE REPORTING TO THAT LOCATION.

MCMAHON WOMEN'S CLUB. UM PRECINCTS TOOL FOR INTO FIVE WILL BE REPORTING TO THAT LOCATION. LOOMING CIVIC CENTER PRECINCT CHILLS, 63 RIVERS COMMUNITY CENTER 301 MAXWELL FIRE STATION PRECINCT, 302. AND THAT'S WHAT WE HAVE TO MAKE THE CHANGES ON THE ADDRESS FROM F OUND TO TEXAS 1 42. MULAN COMMUNITY CENTER PRECINCT 303 INTEREST COMMUNITY CHURCH

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PRECINCT REALLY FINE ST MARK'S METHODIST CHURCH HALL. WE HAVE PRECINCTS 105109, AND FOR A ONE.

ST MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. WE HAVE PRECINCTS WENT AWAY FOR 104 240740 FOR 09 AND 12.

LITTEN SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH HALL. PRECINCTS 306 AND 404. WE HAVE A REALLY FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH HALL PRECINCTS TO THREE. LOCKHART HIGH SCHOOL PRECINCT, 101 DALE COMMUNITY CENTER, PROCEED FOR OH, FAR FOR FIVE. EXCUSE ME. THE LOCKHART LINES EVENING CLUB APPRECIATES ONE OF 21 10 AND 1 11 AND THE LAST IT'S THE SOUTHSIDE CLUB HOUSE, WHICH IS PRECINCT TO ONE INTO TWO. COMMISSIONERS. SO WE HAVE A I GUESS WE NEED TAKE EMOTION OR THE GENERAL ELECTION. WE HAVE A MOTION. SOME OF THE MOTION. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? OF EMOTIONAL SECOND ALL IN FAVOR, SAY AYE. THOSE THAT MOTION CARRIES. 7 27 DISCUSSION ACTION TO PROVE CENTRAL COUNTING STAFF

[27. Discussion/Action to approve Central Counting Staff/ EVBB SVC (Early voting ballot board and signature verification).]

E V. B B S. B C EARLY VOTING BALLOT BOARD AND SIGNATURE VERIFICATION. LOOK. UM, SO FOR THE, UH, EARLY VOTING STAFF WE HAVE WITH IT. I'M SORRY. WE HAVE FOR THE SCOTT ANNEX ARE PRESIDING JUDGES. BELINDA ADAMS, OUR ALTERNATE JUDGE IS VERY PICKY GONZALEZ, THEN WE HAVE PARKS, WHICH WOULD BE WANTING TO PARALYSIS. TERRY BLACK, PRISCILLA TO MAYA AND AUDREY WALTERS. FOR THE LULING CIVIC CENTER. WAY PLACED DOWN. OR THE PRESIDING JUDGE THERE, LOOS RILEY, THE ALTERNATE JUDGE WOULD BE PENNY BOLAN, POLAND. EXCUSE ME. AND THEN OUR CLERKS WILL BE HILDA WILL. JOHNNY JOHNNY LEE SPRIGGS, UM, GLORIA HANNAH. JOANNA BUTTON. HEY PAMELA REFUGES FOR A SECOND. YOU THINK YOU'RE DOING OUT OF 28 0? I'M SO SORRY. HEADED I KNOW YOU MADE A COPY OF IT. THANK YOU. SORRY. THAT'S SO THE CENTRAL COUNTING STAFF. I AM THIS CENTRAL COUNTY MANAGER THEIR CENTRAL COUNTING OUR CENTRAL COUNTY JUDGES, TROY SWIFT. AND THEN OUR ULTIMATE JUDGE WOULD BE DAVID GRATZ ARE EARLY VOTING BALLOT BOARD AND SIGNATURE VERIFICATION COMMITTEE. WE HAVE BELINDA ADAMS IS OUR CHAIR. KENNETH'S HOWARD IS OUR VICE CHAIR, AND THEN OUR CLERKS WILL BE JERRY COOKE. KATHY HABLAR, PAT BASSETT, GREG HANNAH, THOMAS HANSEN, AND THEN WE HAVE ALTERNATES JUST IN CASE WE HAVE A VANESSA THAT IS ENRIC SALISBURY. COMMISSIONERS. DO WE HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE CENTRAL COUNTING STAFF ON SIGNATURE VERIFICATION? ALMA HAVE EMOTION AND SECOND. ALL IN FAVOR, SAY AYE. THAT COMMISSIONER TERRY IT'S OK. THEY DID. THEY WERE QUIET. WEI HAVE EMOTION A SECOND ON PAPERS SAY I. THOSE NON MOTION CARRIES NOW. 28 DISCUSSION ACTION TO

[28. Discussion/Action to approve the Early Voting Presiding Judge and Alternate Judge.]

PROVE EARLY VOTING. RESIGNING, JUDGE AND ALTERNATE OKAY, SO RIGHT BACK TO THAT. SO WE HAVE AT THE SCOTT ANTICS. WE HAVE OUR PRESIDING JUDGES, BELINDA ADAMS. ALTERNATE IS MARY GONZALEZ WITH THEIR CLERKS, JUANITA PARALYSIS. AUDREY WALTER TERRY BLACK PRISCILLA TAMAYO. AT THE LOWLY CIVIC CENTRE. UM ARE PRESIDING JUDGE IS LOSE RILEY. ALTERNATE IS BENNY POLLEN WITH THEIR CLARK'S HILDA WILL. JOHNNY SPRIGGS, JOANNA BUTTON AND GLORIA HANNAH. COMMISSIONERS DO WE HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE EARLY VOTING, PRESIDING JUDGE AND ALTERNATE JUDGE I MOTION THAT WE HAVE A SECOND. SECOND, WE HAVE EMOTION IN A SECOND ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE, THOSE NOT LUCIEN CARRIES. THANK YOU. ADAM 27 GERMAN. WE HAVE A MOTION TO ADJOURN. WE HAVE A MOTION THAT WE HAVE A 2ND 2ND HAVE EMOTION. THE SECOND FAVOR SAY AYE.

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