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[Call Meeting to Order]

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KAWA COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S COURT. WE'RE GOING TO CALL THIS MEETING TO ORDER ON TUESDAY, THE 22ND DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 2020 AT 9 A.M. UH, COMMISSIONER ROMAN. LEAVE US IN THE INVOCATION. YES. OUR FATHER. HELP. FATHER OF OUR LORD AND SAVIOR. JESUS CHRIST. LARGEST ONCE AGAIN THAT WEEKEND, HUMBLE SERVANT STANDING HERE BEFORE THIS COURT. ASKING YOU FOR ALL YOUR BLESSINGS FOR THIS COULD HELP US TO MAKE THE RIGHT STREET. NO. THANK YOU FOR ALL THIS BEAUTIFUL RAIN. I DON'T LIKE. I REALLY, REALLY NEED BRAIN AND SEND IT TO YOU ALWAYS SPEND IN. IN THE END YOU ALWAYS THERE WAITING FOR US TO ASK YOU SOMETHING. THE REASON WHY WE DON'T HAVE BECAUSE WE DON'T WE ALL ASK THE NAME I PRAY.

ONCE A. ALL RIGHT COMMISSIONERS BEFORE WE GET TO ANNOUNCEMENTS. I WANT TO TAKE JUST A MOMENT, TIO. I HAVE A MOMENT OF SILENCE FOR DEPP, CONSTABLE KIMMY AND HIS FAMILY. THEY LOST THEIR SON OVER THE WEEKEND, VERY TRAGICALLY. SO IF WE COULD JUST HAVE A BRIEF MOMENT SILENCE. THANK YOU. OKAY. COMMISSIONER'S BEING ANNOUNCEMENTS. I DON'T

[Announcements]

REALLY HAVE AN ANNOUNCEMENT. BUT ONE THING I WOULD LIKE TO SAY THIS MORNING. I WOULD LIKE TO EXPRESS MY CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY OF ABBY MICHAELSON. UH, WHO PASSED AWAY THIS PAST WEEK, ABBY WAS A CARING AND VIBRANT MEMBER OF LOCKHART COMMUNITY THAT MANY OF US KNEW.

HER PRESENCE WILL BE GREATLY MISSED. AND LOCKHART UNFORTUNATELY, IS A LITTLE LESS BRIGHT WITHOUT HER, SIR. MY CONDOLENCES AS WELL TO BOTH FAMILIES. I ATTENDED A COORDINATING WITH MANDY. ACTUAL CENTRAL TEXAS HAS BEEN A LOT OF CHANGES FOR THEM. BUT THERE'S STILL A VEIL. BORED PEOPLE NEED ASSISTANCE. SO YOU CAN LOOK HIM UP. MATERIAL. I HAVE NO UNNATURAL. OKAY DENNIS HAS SOME ANNOUNCEMENTS HE'D LIKE TO MAKE THIS MORNING. MORNING, JUDGE COMMISSIONERS. WANT TO BRING YOU UP TO DATE ON A FEW ACTIVITIES THAT HAVE OCCURRED SINCE WE LAST MET. I'M PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE HAVE RECEIVED NOTIFICATION OF THE APPROVAL OF AN ABRIDGED APPLICATION TO THE TEXAS WATER DEVELOPMENT BOARD. FOR A FLOOD AND INFRASTRUCTURE, FUN PLANNING GRANT. OF 731,002. NOW BEEN INVITED TO SUBMIT A FULL APPLICATION BY OCTOBER, 19TH. PLANNING GRANT WILL INCLUDE THE MOU WITH CITIES OF LULING LOCKHART, MARTIN DALE. THE NEXT COURSE OF ACTION ON THAT IS, THE JUDGE HAS TO SIGN AND INTENT TO APPLY FORM HAS TO BE SUBMITTED THIS WEEK. UH AND WE'RE IN THE PROCESS OF ACQUIRING HIS SIGNATURE ON THAT THIS WEEK. IN THE JUDGING OF THESE APPLICATIONS IN THE SCORING THE CALDWELL COUNTY GRANT RANKED NUMBER 12 OUT OF 286 APPLICATIONS, SO I FEEL VERY COMFORTABLE THAT WE WILL BE GETTING THAT GRANT. JUDGE HAYDEN HAS OKAYED THE CONDUCTING OF FIVE COMMUNITY CLEANUP EVENTS, WHICH HAD PREVIOUSLY BEEN POSTPONED BECAUSE OF THE PANDEMIC. RED RESIDENTS THAT WILL BE PARTICIPATING IN THE COMMUNITY CLEANUP ADVANCE WILL BE REQUIRED TO WEAR MASKS. AND MUST STAY IN THE VEHICLE WHEN THEY ENTER THE DUMP SITE COLLECTION. THE DUNK COLLECTION SITES, THE NEW DATES OR THE COMMUNITY CLEANUPS. OCTOBER 17TH AND MAX. NOVEMBER. 14TH DALE. DECEMBER, 12TH GLUING.

JANUARY. 16TH LOCKHART. AND IN FEBRUARY, 20TH WILL BE BACK AND MAXWELL FOR TIRES ONLY COLLECTION EVENT. UNFORTUNATELY, WE LEARNED THAT OUR S H. 1 30 CONCESSIONS GRANT TO THE U. S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO CONSTRUCT A STATE OF THE ART TRAVEL PLAZA AT THE INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY 80 AND ONE HOWIE WON. 30 DID NOT GET SELECTED FOR FUNDING TO

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PROJECTS IN TEXAS GUT. ACCEPTED FOR FUNDING. BUT I AM HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT YESTERDAY I RECEIVED A LETTER FROM THE HOUR S. GOOD LUCK DECLARING A ONESIE THREE TAX STATUS FOR THE CALDWELL COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES FOUNDATION. SO WE'RE NOW ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE TAX PRODUCTIVELY TAX. THE DOCTOR WILL BE QUEST DEVICES, TRANSFERS GIFTS WE CAN APPLY FOR GRANTS THAT WERE CONFIRMED THE SUSTAINABILITY OF THIS FOUNDATION AND WILL PROVIDE FINANCIAL RESOURCE IS TO NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS THROUGHOUT CALDWELL COUNTY.

THANK YOU. HEY, AND I THINK. MIKE LANE ALSO HAS AN ANNOUNCEMENT. GOOD MORNING. UM.

I'VE ALREADY SPOKE TO ALL OF YOU. BUT IF YOU DON'T MIND, I'D LIKE JUST A MINUTE. UM. AS MANY OF YOU ALL KNOW, IN JUNE, WE HAD A DOUBLE HOMICIDE. DURING THAT. THE U. T V FOR SOUTHEAST COLOR KIND OF VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT WAS DAMAGED. UH, THE BOY'S GRANDFATHER IS WANTING TO REPLACE THAT AND IS DOING A FUNDRAISER. HE'S ALREADY PICKED OUT THE ONE THAT HE WANTS. SO FAR WE'VE DEPOSITED OVER $10,000 IN THE ACCOUNT. THE ONE THAT HE WANTS IS GONNA BE A LOT MORE THAN THAT. BUT, UM. IF ANYBODY'S INTERESTED SEC C G FT IS THE ONE THAT'S DOING IT. AND IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE LET ME KNOW. THANK YOU. ANY OTHER STAFF ANNOUNCEMENTS THIS MORNING. NO. HEY, NOT WILL MOVE THE CITIZENS COMMENTS, NO CITIZENS COMMENTS. NO CITIZENS.

[CONSENT AGENDA]

COMMENTS IN THAT CASE WILL MOVE TO CONSIDER THE COMMISSIONERS. ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS ON THE CONSENT AGENDA THIS MORNING? IF NOT, I'VE LOOKED FOR A MOTION TO APPROVE. MY COMMOTION. WE APPROVE OF INTELLIGENCE. OKAY, WE HAVE EMOTIONS. WE HAVE A 2ND 2ND. OF EMOTION IN A SECOND ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE AYE. THOSE NON MOTION CARRIES. ALL RIGHT. WE HAVE A SPECIAL PRESENTATION

[SPECIAL PRESENTATION]

THIS MORNING. JUST GUYS CAMPO IN CARVEL COUNTY, WESTERN CALL ACCOUNTING TRANSPORTATION STUDY. RYAN. THANK YOU SO MUCH. MAYBE A THERE. CAN YOU SEE THE PRESENTATION RIGHT NOW HAS COME ON WE CAN DO HERE. NOT JUST TALKING ABOUT IT. ALL RIGHT. WE'LL GET IT. COME ON SOMEWHERE. WHILE YOU'RE WORKING ON THAT I CAN ACTUALLY JUST, UH, GET STARTED AND TALK ABOUT THEA. SO WE'RE HERE TO TALK ABOUT THE WESTERN COUPLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION STUDY AND WERE ACTUALLY MAKING A BIG PUSH WAY HAVE A PUBLIC OUTREACH OPPORTUNITY. THAT STARTED YESTERDAY, ACTUALLY, AND JUST KIND OF WANTED TO BRIEF YOU ON THE STUDY WHERE WE ARE IN THE PROCESS ON DH, THEN WHAT? THE PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITY LOOKS LIKE BECAUSE WE'VE GOT.

ROBUST OPPORTUNITY FOR EVERYONE TO HAVE REALLY KIND OF GET INVOLVED WITH THE PROJECT AND GET THEIR FEEDBACK. SO I KNOW YOU'VE GOT THE SLIDES IN FRONT OF YOU WAY. HAVING ON OUR SCREENS HERE NOW, RIGHT? YEAH, IT'S A MIRACLE. MY MOUSE. WAIT. WHAT'S WRONG WITH THAT SCREEN HAS NOT BEEN WORKING LAST FEW WEEKS, TRYING TO GET MAINTENANCE TO FIX IT. SO JUST A LITTLE BIT OF THE STUDY BACKGROUND. I KNOW IT'S BEEN A WHILE SINCE WE'VE BEEN DOWN HERE AND I KNOW YOU ARE VERY FAMILIAR WITH PRODUCTS, BUT FOR ANYBODY NOT FAMILIAR WITH THIS PRODUCT IS THAT SO THE COUPLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION PLAN THAT WAS DONE IN 2013 REALLY KIND OF LOOKED NEEDS TRANSPORTATION WITHIN THE ENTIRE COUNTY. AND THAT ONE AREA SPECIFICALLY WAS THE NORTHWESTERN SECTION. COUPLE COUNTY IDENTIFIED THAT THERE WAS A REALLY KIND OF A LACK OF EAST WEST CONNECTION. I'M GONNA SPECIFICALLY IDENTIFY, POTENTIALLY EXTENDING FM 1 50 AS WELL AS YOUR INTERN ROAD, WHICH, IF YOU'LL KNOW TERMINATES AT S H 21 SO WAY COUNTY APPROACHED OUR ORGANIZATION CAMPO. UM, AND RECEIVED A FEDERAL GRANT TO. DO A STUDY ON POTENTIALLY DEVELOPED SOME POTENTIAL SCHEMATICS FOR LOOKING AT IT FOR A POTENTIAL EAST WEST CONNECTION IN THIS SECTION. SO WHAT THE STUDY WERE EXAMINING.

CURRENTLY, WE'RE LOOKING AT EXISTING CONDITIONS AND THEY WERE GOING. WE'VE REALLY KIND OF LAID THE GROUNDWORK OVER THE LAST SAY MONTHS TO ALMOST A YEAR. WE'VE LOOKED AT ALL OF THE EXISTING CONDITIONS IN THE STUDY AREA. WHICH BASICALLY ON THE. DON'T THE MAP UP THERE, BUT FOR ANYBODY WHO'S NOT FAMILIAR, ESPECIALLY FROM S H 21 ALL THE WAY OVER TO 1 30 LOOKING AT THE WHOLE WESTERN SECTION OF COUPLE COUNTING. SO WE'VE BEEN LOOKING AT THE ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS. WE'VE BEEN LOOKING AT TRAFFIC DATA. WE'VE ALSO. AND TALKING TO THE COMMUNITY IS WELL, WE HAVE SEVERAL OPPORTUNITIES OF PERFECT WHEN WE GO TO THE STUDY AREA SINCE I WAS TALKING ABOUT. SO ANYBODY IS NOT FAMILIAR. THIS IS THE STUDY HERE. IT'S

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ACTUALLY A PRETTY BROAD SWATH OF COUPLE COUNTY. SO WHAT WE'RE REALLY FOCUSING ON LOOKING AT POTENTIAL CONNECTIONS BETWEEN 21 1 30, SO ANYBODY. TRAVEL EAST WEST DO THAT SECTION OF THE COUNTY, AND SO WE'VE DONE THE EXISTING CONDITIONS STUDYING. WHAT? WE'VE SEEN EYES THAT THERE IS SIGNIFICANT EAST TO WEST TRAVEL, SO YOU CAN LOOK AT THAT CHART. THERE REALLY KIND OF TELLS THE STORY AND SOMETHING THAT WAS IDENTIFIED IN THE TRANSPORTATION PLAN IS THAT THERE IS SIGNIFICANT. EAST WEST TRAVEL MOST OF ITS STAYING WITHIN THE COUNTY. BUT IT'S ALSO GOING INTO HIS COUNTY AS WELL. SO. THAT LACK OF CONNECTIVITY, AND THEN THERE'S DIRECTLY EAST WEST CONNECTIONS OR SOMETHING THAT WE'VE REALLY IDENTIFIED AND LOOKED OUT. AND SO NOW WE'RE PUBLIC OUTREACH OPPORTUNITY. WE'RE GOING TO USE THE LOOK OF THOSE COMMUNITY NEEDS AND GET FEEDBACK FROM THE COMMUNITY SO THAT WE CAN RECOMMEND IF THERE ARE ANY POTENTIAL ROUTES THAT WE MAY BE LOOKING AT THE SECTION MAURIN IMPROVEMENTS TO EXISTING ALIGNMENTS THAT AIR THERE IS WELL. I MEAN, THIS. THIS WILL ALLOW THE COUNTY REALLY, TO PREPARE FOR FUTURE PROJECT DEVELOPMENT FACES, SO THE STUDY WILL REALLY KIND OF TAKE THAT FIRST MAJOR STEP IN DEVELOPING SOLUTIONS FOR TRANSPORTATION IN THIS SECTION. UM AND THEN WE'LL HAVE THE COUNTY TAKE THOSE NEXT STEPS. FORESTS DEVELOPING ANY PRODUCTS THAT COME OUT OF THIS.

SO THIS IS THE STUDY TIME LINE. I'M NOT GOING TO READ THIS ENTIRE THING. WE DO HAVE THIS ONLINE GOT COPIES IN FRONT. YOU. REALLY WELL, THIS IS KIND OF WHERE THE END OF THE KIND OF THE FIRST MAJOR SECTION OF THE PRODUCT AND REALLY THINKS YOU'RE GONNA KICK IN HIGH GEAR AFTER THE PUBLIC OUTREACH OPPORTUNITY THAT WE'RE CONDUCTING, CURRENTLY. BECAUSE WE'VE REALLY GOTTEN THE LAY OF THE LAND. AS I MENTIONED EARLIER. WE'VE LOOKED AT ALL THE ENVIRONMENT CONSTRAINTS. WE'VE ACTUALLY BEEN TALKING LARGE PROPERTY. ANDERS HAD MEETINGS WITH THEM, AND NOW WE REALLY WON'T BE BACK FROM COMMUNITY REALLY KIND OF GIVE US THAT ROBUST. YOU KNOW? LUCAS, YOU KNOW, HIGH LEVEL VIEW OF THIS AREAS THAT WE CAN REALLY START DEVELOPING SOLUTIONS IN REGARDS TO TRANSPORTATION. SO THE NEXT STEPS AFTER WE DO THIS, WE WILL. YOU KNOW BE IN STEERING COMMITTEE AND REALLY START TO, UM POTENTIAL ROUTES AND OPTIONS AND TRANSPORTATION SOLUTIONS. SO REALLY, WHAT WE'RE DOWN HERE TO TALK ABOUT IS THAT WE HAVE A ROBUST COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITY. IT STARTED YESTERDAY AND WE'RE GOING THROUGH OCTOBER 30TH WAY. HAVE AN ONLINE OPEN HOUSE WE HAVE IN PERSON OPEN HOUSE. WAY WE'RE GONNA GET HIM. WORD OUT THERE. WE'VE TAKEN OUT NEWSPAPER ASTOR ADVERTISEMENTS WERE SENDING POST CARS, WHICH IS THAT THING THAT YOU ON YOUR PRINT OUT. IF YOU LOOK AT THE. IN FRONT OF THAT THAT IS ACTUALLY PLACED PART THAT'S GOING OUT PROPERTY OWNERS WITHIN THE STUDY AREA, SO EVERYBODY'S GONNA GET ONE. IT'S ALSO WAS TRANSLATED INTO SPANISH AS WELL. SO YOU GOT ENGLISH ON THE FRONT SPANISH ON THE BACK. WE'RE ALSO GONNA HAVE AN IN PERSON OPPORTUNITY NEXT WEEK. THIS TIME NEXT WEEK, WEST NOW WILL BE DOWN IN A COUPLE COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER. UM AND WILL BE MEETING WITH ANYBODY REQUESTING APPOINTMENTS BECAUSE OBVIOUSLY IN THE MIDDLE OF THE PANDEMIC, WE WANTTO MAKE SURE THAT PUBLIC HEALTH HAS TAKEN TWO ACCOUNTS. WE ARE TRYING TO KIND OF LIMIT HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE IN THE ROOM IN ANY GIVEN TIME. WE ARE ASKING FOR PEOPLE TO MAKE APPOINTMENTS TO COME VISIT WITH US TO TALK SPECIFICALLY ABOUT THE PROJECT. UM AND THEN ON TOP OF THAT YOU CAN ACTUALLY SCHEDULED APPOINTMENT WITH OUR PROJECT TEAM IN ANY TIME WE COULD SET UP A PHONE CALL. WE CAN ACTUALLY COME OUT TO MEET WITH Y'ALL AT A DIFFERENT TIME IN THAT TIME DOESN'T WORK REALLY KIND OF HAVE EVERY EVERYTHING ON DECK FOR THIS. ANDRE ALSO HAVEN'T ONLINE OPEN HOUSE.

REGAN VIEW THE OPEN HOUSE DISPLAYS. THERE'S A SURVEY ON THERE, AND THEY WERE ACTUALLY ALSO SENDING OUT BUT YOU COULD TAKE A SURVEY AND YOU COULD LEAVE COMMENTS. WE'LL ACTUALLY HAVE AN INTERACTIVE MAP OF THE STUDY AREA, WHICH I THINK IS PRETTY EXCITING. WHERE YOU CAN ACTUALLY PHYSICALLY GO IN TO THE MAP ON DH KIND OF DROP COMMENT SPECIFICALLY ON ON THE BOW. AND SO, YEAH, ESO ONLINE. IF YOU GET A CAMPUS TEXAS GET INVOLVED, NOT AWARD TO GET TO THE ONLINE OPEN HOUSE THAT PHONE OVER THERE. YOU CAN CALL ANY TIME LEAVE A COMMENT. YOU CAN WRITE US. AT THAT ADDRESS THERE WHERE YOU CAN EMAIL US DIRECTLY A COMMENTS AT CAMP IN TEXAS .COM ER AND SO I'M GOING TO ACTUALLY PULL UP THE INTERACTIVE MAP AND JUST KIND OF SHOW YOU THE ALONG THE OPEN HOUSE IS WELL. SO THIS IS THE WEB SITE. IS HOSTED ON THE CAMERA TEXAS WEBSITE. BUT THIS IS A LOT OPEN HOUSE AND IF YOU SEE DOWN HERE. I'VE GOT THE FACT SHE GOT THE OPEN HOUSE DISPLAYS YOU, KHUN DIRECTLY. E MAIL HERE. YOU CAN TAKE THE SURVEY HERE AND THEN WE HAVE THIS INTERACTIVE MAP, WHICH IS, I THINK. I'LL BE THE BEST WAY TO COMMENT IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING VERY SPECIFIC. YOU WANT TO COME IN ON? SO THESE ARE THE INSTRUCTIONS. ESSENTIALLY, YOU COULDN'T GO INTO ANYWHERE IN THIS MAP. I

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DROPPED A POINT. EVEN COMMENT ON THAT WILL GO DIRECTLY TO US AND SO THAT'S REALLY.

EVERYTHING I WANT KIND OF WANTED TO PRESENT TODAY. MORE HAPPY TO TAKE ANY QUESTIONS. ON HOPING IF YOU COULD GET THE WORD OUT TOE, WE WANT AS MUCH PARTICIPATION AS POSSIBLE, SO HOPEFULLY WE CAN GET THE WORD OUT. LEADING BY NOW, THIS OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE GREG COMMISSIONER'S HAVING QUESTIONS. UH, THANK YOU. UM, ALSO, COULD YOU INTRODUCE THEM? OKAY? WHAT? WESLEY JACEK, WITH BG ON A PROJECT MANAGER FOR THE PROJECT WAS EXPRESSED TO EACH OF YOU A LITTLE BIT AGO. WE APPRECIATE THE OPPORTUNITY. PANDEMIC IS HIS SLOWED OUR SCHEDULE ANTICIPATED SCHEDULE DOWN JUST A LITTLE BIT, BUT LIKE RYAN, SAID, WE'RE SITTING IN OUR SEATS. YOU GET ALL THE FEEDBACK CAMERAMEN IN THE COMMUNITY HERE IN THE NEXT COUPLE WEEKS. WE'LL BE MOVING FORWARD. GREAT. GREAT. THANK YOU COULD. IT'S MAY ALREADY BE OCCURRING, BUT, UH, CAN WE GET A LINK BETWEEN THE COUNTY'S WEBSITE AND THE PROJECT WEBSITE? ALSO THINK WE'VE ALREADY GOT THAT. BUT I'LL DOUBLE CHECK THAT. I KNOW. I KNOW. WE HAVEN'T GENERALLY ABOUT I DON'T KNOW IF YOU HAVE CREATED A NEW PAGE WITH THIS SOMETHING AND ALSO TRY TO GET SOME. ACTIVITY ON SOCIAL MEDIA. IF POSSIBLE. DON'T MENTION THAT WE'RE GOING ABOUT SOCIAL MEDIA BLITZ. WE'VE GOT. TWITTER, FACEBOOK INSTAGRAM NEXT DOOR, BASICALLY, ANY KIND OF SOCIAL MAKE UP THERE. THEY'RE GONNA BE ADVERTISING THAT'S POSSIBLY SO.

I THINK THEY'LL BE SOMETHING FIRST IT EVERY DAY FOR THE NEXT. MONTH AND A HALF, SO IT WILL BE EVERYWHERE WE'RE ALSO GONNA BE PUTTING ADVERTISEMENTS ACTUALLY PHYSICALLY OUT IN THE STUDY AREA. WE'VE GOT THESE LITTLE AGE FRAME, BUT I GUESS WHATEVER YOU. HIS ELECTION YARDS OUT LOOKING THINGS, SO WE'RE GOING TO PUT THOSE OUT THROUGHOUT THE STUDY AREAS. WELL, ANYBODY DRIVING AROUND WILL SEE THAT AND HOPEFULLY. NUMBER OF THE WEBSITE EVERYTHING LIKE THAT ON THERE AS WELL. EVERYTHING. WE COULD PICK UP TO GET OUT OF WORK OUT THERE AS WELL. AND THE NEWSPAPER TELLS ME I THINK IS COMING OUT THIS WEEK AND ALSO NEXT WEEK. WHAT DO YOU WANT? THANK YOU. I APPRECIATE IT. ALL RIGHT, LET'S SEE HERE. ALRIGHT. DISCUSSION ACTION ITEMS. ADAM

[9. Discussion/Action regarding the burn ban. Speaker: Judge Haden / Hector Rangel; Backup: 2; Cost: None]

NINE DISCUSSION ACTION REGARDING THE BURNED MAN, HECTOR. SORRY RYAN. A LITTLE BIT OF TIME. SORRY. MORNING. JUDGE COMMISSIONER'S JUST WANT TO GIVE YOU A BRIEF UPDATE ON BURN BAN. WE'VE HAD SUBSTANTIAL AMOUNT OF RAIN SINCE THE LAST TWO WEEKS. WE HAD CLOSE TO SIX INCHES. SOME PART OF THE COUNTY HAS GOTTEN LEFT. BUT THERE ARE OUR CREEKS AND OTHER TRIBUTARIES THAT AIR IN THE COUNTY OR STILL RUNNING AT NORMAL. SO RIGHT NOW, THE CURRENT KABADDI NUMBERS ARE THE MINIMUM IS 1 60 MAXIMUM IN 5 69 AVERAGES FOR 23 WITH A PLUS. OF THREE. SO OUR NUMBERS STILL KIND OF HIGH, BUT. GOOD. I RECOMMEND THAT WE KEEP THE BOURBON OFF FOR ANOTHER TWO WEEKS. WE GOT SOME MORE RAIN COMING IN ANOTHER TROPICAL DEPRESSION BREWING JUST NORTH OF CUBA. SO MAYBE BY BEHEADING THIS WAY, BRING US A MORE SUBSTANTIAL RAIN THAT WE NEED SO RECOMMENDED. BURN BAN STAY OFF. ALL RIGHT, COMMISSIONER.

I'LL MAKE A MOTION THAT WE LIED TO BURN. BAN OFF WAY. HAVE EMOTION. DO WE HAVE A 2ND 2ND EMOTIONAL SECOND ON FAVORS? A I LEARNED MOST CASE. ADAM 10 DISCUSSION ACTION TO IMPROVE

[10. Discussion/Action to approve the Resolution 38-2020 extending and continuing the Local State of Disaster within Caldwell County. Speaker; Judge Haden; Cost: None; Backup: 3]

RESOLUTION 38-2020 EXTENDING AND CONTINUING THE LOCAL STATE OF DISASTER. GO AHEAD AND READ THE RESOLUTION. JUST POINT BEGIN BRIEFLY VERSION OF THIS RESOLUTION THAT IS IN THE BACK UP. IT DOES NOT REFLECT THE MOST RECENT EXECUTIVE ORDER. I HAVE UPDATED ONE AND SUBMITTED I BELIEVED YOU. SO THERE IS ONE THING SHE'S GOT. THANK YOU. ALL RIGHT. RESOLUTION 38. THAT'S 2020 RESOLUTION. KAHLO COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S COURT CONTINUING AND EXTENDING LOCAL STATE OF DISASTER. WHERE IS GREG ABBOTT, GOVERNOR OF TEXAS ISSUE IS A DISASTER PROCLAMATION ON MARK'S 13 2020 CERTIFYING THAT THE NOVEL CORONA VIRUS CODE WITH 19. POSES AN IMMINENT THREAT OF

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DISASTER FOR ALL COUNTIES OF THE STATE OF TEXAS. AND WHEREAS A MARK 16 2020, OUR COUNTY'S TOP, HAYDEN ISSUED A PROCLAMATION DECLARING. LOCAL STATE OF DISASTER FOR COLORADO COUNTY. AND WHEREAS IN EACH SUBSEQUENT MY GOVERNOR ABBOTT, HIS ISSUE PROCLAMATIONS RENEWING THE DISASTER DECLARATION FOR ALL TEXAS COUNTIES. WHEREAS BY DULY PASSED RESOLUTIONS. KAHLO COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S COURT HAS EXTENDED AND RENEW THE LOCAL STATE OF DISASTER UNTIL SEPTEMBER. 22ND 2020. AND WHEREAS ON JULY 2ND 2020 GOVERNOR, ABBOTT ISSUED EXECUTIVE ORDER 29 RELATING TO THE USE OF FACE COVERINGS DURING COVERT 19 DISASTER. AND WHEREAS ON SEPTEMBER 17TH 2020. GOVERNOR HAVEN'T ISSUED EXECUTIVE ORDER G A 30 RELATING TO THE CONTINUED RESPONSE TO THE COVE IN 19 DISASTER AS TEXAS REOPENS AND WHEREAS THE CONDITIONS IN THE SENATE NECESSITATING A DECLARATION OF LOCAL STATE OF DISASTER CONTINUE TO EXIST. COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, IN RELATION TO THE SUBSTANTIAL RISK TO HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE CARVEL COUNTY RESIDENTS AND NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY CARLO COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S COURT THAT. ONE. THE FACTS OF THIS PATIENT SET FORTH IN THE PREAMBLE OF THIS RESOLUTION ARE HEREBY FOUND TO BE TRUE AND CORRECT. TO THE COVE IN ORDER DECLARING A STATE OF DISASTER WITHIN CARLO COUNTY, BASED ON THE THREAT OF COPAN 19 IS HEREBY EXTENDED UNTIL 11 59 ON OCTOBER 27 2020. UNLESS MODIFIED, RESCINDED OR OTHERWISE RECEDED. THREE PEOPLE IN KABUL COUNTY ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO USE GOOD FAITH EVER TO FOLLOW THE MANDATES AND G 29 OR ITS SUCCESS AND THE MINIMUM STANDARD HEALTH PROTOCOLS RECOMMENDED BY D. S HS, INCLUDING MINIMIZING IN PERSON CONTACT WITH OTHERS, NOT IN THEIR HOUSEHOLD AND MAINTAINING 6 FT. SEPARATION FROM SUCH INDIVIDUALS. WEARING A FACE COVER OVER NOSE AND MOUTH WHEN INSIDE A COMMERCIAL ENTITY OR OTHER BUILDING. OR OPEN SPACE. OR SPACE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, AND WHERE 6 FT OF SEPARATION IS NOT FEASIBLE, CLOYING GROUPS OF LARGER THAN 10, INDIVIDUALS WASHING YOUR SANITIZING HANDS FREQUENTLY.

FOR ALL OUTDOOR GATHERINGS IN EXCESS OF 10. PEOPLE FROM THOSE SET FORTH AND SPECIFICALLY PERMITTED IN G A 30 HAS AMENDED OR ITS SUCCESSORS ARE PROHIBITED IN THE UNINCORPORATED AREAS OF CALDWELL COUNTY UNLESS APPROVED BY THE COUNTY JUDGE. A RESOLUTION CONTINUES. ACTIVATION OF APPROPRIATE ORDERS. RESPONSE RECOVERY, REHABILITATION ASPECTS OF ALL APPLICABLE LOCAL ENERGY JURISDICTIONAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PLANS. AND CONTINUES THE AUTHORIZATION OF FURNISHING A. IN ASSISTING UNDER THE DECORATION FOR THE DURATION OF THE STATE OF DISASTER. THIS RESOLUTION IS EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY. FROM AN AFTER ITS ADOPTION ORDER THIS 22ND DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 2020. COMMISSIONERS DO I HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE? RESOLUTION 38. LAST 2020. SOME OF IT. HAVE EMOTION. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? HAVE EMOTION AND SECOND HOME FAVOR SAY AYE. ADAM 11 DISCUSSION ACCIDENT TO

[11. Discussion/Action to discuss the changing the number of Reserve Deputies for the Constables of all Precincts for the increased safety and security of the Reserve Deputies and funding for the bond of additional Reserve Deputies. Speaker: Commissioner Shelton; Cost: TBD; Backup: 7]

DISCUSS CHANGING THE NUMBER OF RESERVE DEPUTIES FOR THE CONSTABLES AND ALL PRECINCTS OR THE INCREASE SAFETY AND SECURITY. RESERVE OF THE RESERVE DEPUTIES AND FINDING.

OR THE BOND OF ADDITIONAL RESERVE DEPUTIES. COMMISSIONERS CAME TO OUR ATTENTION THAT WE.

IN 2005 COURT APPROVED. FOR RESERVE POSSIBLES NOT BE CONFUSED WITH PAID THAT GOSPELS. INS AND I THINK IN SOME OF OUR PRECINCTS, WE MAY HAVE MORE THAN THAT. UM, THE COPS THAT SOME OF THE CONSTABLES FEEL THAT THAT THEY MAY NEED MORE THAN THAT AMOUNT MORE THAN FOUR. SO COMMISSIONER SHELF HAS PLACES ON THE AGENDA AND IT IS NOW FOR DISCUSSION.

SO DO YOU APPRECIATE THE FACT FINDING THAT RESOLUTION FROM YES. GOOD STATE FOR DEPUTY CONSTABLES. IT WASN'T. IT ALSO STATES IN THEIR BACK UP THAT IT WAS ZERO PAID. SO, UM, AND THEN I DO KNOW THAT. CONSTABLE TO HAVE CAME TO THE COURT AND ASK FOR 1/5 RESERVED. I DO KNOW A SWELL THAT CUSTOMER ONE HAD COME TO THE COURT AND ASK FOR A RESERVE THAT ONE EXTRA RESERVE DEPUTY. IN THE IN THE STATE OF WHAT WE ARE RIGHT NOW IN OUR COMMUNITY, OUR AREA HOW MUCH BRUTE HAD SENT SO FAR, LET'S YOU KNOW, 15 YEARS AGO. I FEEL WHEN WE CAN GET RESERVE DEPUTIES THAT ARE NOT COST IN THE CAMP. ANYTHING THESE DAYS ARE PUTTING THEIR LIVES ON THE

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LINE FOR US TO COME OUT AND HELP PROTECT MISS MORGAN BUILDING. WE HAVE. THE BETTER.

WE ARE THE LAST CROWN. WE HAVE. PRECINCT TO ITSELF IS 48% OF THE COUNT. SO EVEN THOUGH WE HAVE FOUR PRECINCTS. THE OTHERS HAVE THE SAME POPULATION AS THE OTHER BECAUSE HOW WE DIVIDED UP THE POPULATION, BUT WE'RE NOT DIVIDED BY GROUND. AND WHEN YOU TALK ABOUT GROUND YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT A LOT OF GROUND TO GET FROM POINT A TO POINT B FOR EMERGENCIES. SO I, YOU KNOW, I AM NOT OPPOSED TO HAVING MORE RESERVE DEPUTIES FROM THESE GUYS. WE'RE DOING THIS AT NO COST TO THE COUNT. TO HELP PROTECT US. I'M NOT OPPOSED TO THE OTHER PRECINCTS HAVING MORE BECAUSE YOU KNOW, PRECINCT FOUR HAS A LOT OF CRIME. AND IT'S A TIGHT AREA.

BUT THEY HAVE A LOT OF CRIME. SO THESE RESERVE DEPUTIES ARE DOING A SERVICE FOR US FOR NOTHING. AND WE NEED TO APPRECIATE THAT. AND I THINK THERE WAS CONFUSION ABOUT THE RESERVE DEPUTIES AND ABOUT THE. CONSTABLE DEPUTIES THAT WE HAVE THAT ARE PAID. SO, YOU KNOW, I THINK WE NEED TO GET THIS OFF SO THAT WE'RE ALL UP TO STANDARD WHAT THEY DIDN'T KNOW.

WAS A CLOWN. THE DEPUTIES, TOO. I MEAN THE COUNCILS TO APPOINT RESERVE DEPUTIES AND THEY DIDN'T HAVE TO BRING IT TO THE COURT. ANY MORE. THEY PUT THAT IN THERE, SO WE GAVE THEM AT THAT TIME TO DO SO. AT ONE POINT A CORRECTION ON THAT WE GAVE THEM THE AUTHORITY TO APPOINT FOUR OR NOT. IT'S NOT A. INFINITE AMOUNT OF DEPUTIES. THERE'S SOMETHING ELSE THAT THAT DOES NOT KNOW. I THOUGHT, THOMAS. IT DID, AND WE DID APPROVE FIVE. PRECINCT TWO. WE DID APPROVE FIVE PERSON. WE DIDN'T. BUT THE PREVIOUS COMMISSIONERS COURT. IN MAY 26TH I'M NOT SURE EXACTLY MINUTES DOESN'T FINISH IT OUT, SO I COULDN'T REALLY. DO FIGURE OUT WHAT JUDGE WRIGHT WAS DOING AT THE TIME. BUT IT WAS A DISCUSSION ACTION CONCERNING THE MEMORY USE OF RESERVE. CHEAP LOOMIS SHOW THAT TALKED. THERE WAS NOT REALLY ANY DEFINITIVE AS IF THEY CHANGE. SOMEWHERE THEY SAY THAT THEY DIDN'T HAVE TO BRING EACH TOMIC I'M SORRY. EACH TIME, THEY ADDED A. RESERVE DEPUTY. THEY DIDN'T HAVE TO COME TO COURT TO GET THAT SERGEANT, PLEASE. THE THERE'S A. I DON'T. I DON'T SEE THAT IN ANY OF THIS. THERE'S A PROCESS THAT HAS TO TAKE PLACE IN ORDER FOR THE FOR EACH PRECINCT TO GET EXTRA RESERVE DEPUTIES. AND THAT PROCESS WAS FOLLOWING 2005 WITH THE CONSTABLES AT THE TIME, SOME HUMOR STILL CONSTABLES. SUBMITTED A REQUEST FOR MORE EMPLOYEES AND THAT THAT'S DONE UNDER LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE 1 51.1. ADMITTED HAVING ANY THEY HAD. NO THEY ASKED THAT WAS HARMONY. THEY WERE ASKING FOR A NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES. WAS. FIVE FOR WHAT CRAZY IS THIS PRECINCT 13 FOR TWO. THREE FOR THREE AND FIVE RESERVED FOR FOUR. AND THEN WHEN THE COMMISSIONER'S COURT APPROVED IN AUGUST WAS FOR RIGHT AND ALSO IN THAT RESOLUTION, IT STATES, WHEREAS THE COMMISSIONER'S COLLAR COUNTIES. TEXAS DESIRES CONSTABLES ON COUNTING TO APPOINT DEPUTY CONSTABLES WITHOUT THE NECESSITY OF INDIVIDUAL BY THIS COURT NOW, THEREFORE. I REALLY DIDN'T HAVE TO COME TO US EVERY TIME THEY APPOINTED. I KNEW IT, AND I UNDERSTAND THEY APPOINTED THE FOUR DIDN'T HAVE TO COME TO US, AND I THINK THAT WAS THE INTENT. THIS RESOLUTION. OF MAKING A POINT FOR WITHOUT ASKING FOR MORE, BUT THE CODE THAT REGULATES THAT SAYS SOMETHING DIFFERENT. GET LOCAL GOVERNMENT. THIS GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 86.1, TOO, WHICH WAS PROVIDED TO ME BY ONE OF THE CONSTABLES. OFFICE'S SAYS SOMETHING DIFFERENT SO I PROBABLY WOULD LOOK, J. J. CAN YOU CLARIFY FOR US WHAT THE PROCESS WOULD BE? IN ORDER FOR THEM TO ASK FOR MORE RESERVE DEPUTIES. AND THERE'S LIABILITY ASSOCIATED WITH THAT, AND ALL OF THE THINGS THAT WE NEED TO UNDERSTAND. IT'S A COURT WHEN YOU REFER TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE 1 51 JUDGE. I THINK THAT THAT'S RIGHT. IT SPECIFICALLY SAYS THAT. A DISTRICT COUNTY OR PRECINCT OFFICER, REQUIRES THE SERVICES OF DEPUTIES ASSISTANCE OR CLERKS IN THE PERFORMANCE OF THEIR DUTIES HAS TO APPLY THE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. THAT

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APPLICATION MUST CONTAIN THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES REQUIRED AND THE APPLICATION YOU BROUGHT UP. FROM 2005. I THINK GENERALLY THEY FOLLOWED THESE REQUIREMENTS. THEY NEED THE NUMBER OF POSITIONS TO BE FILLED THE AMOUNT TO BE PAID. FIND SOME OTHER INFORMATION.

WHAT I DON'T SEE IS ANYTHING THAT WOULD AUTHORIZE THE COMMISSIONER'S COURT TO FOREGO THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE APPLICATION. WHY THAT COUNTY CAN ONLY DO WHAT IT'S AUTHORIZED TO DO. THE STATE LAW REQUIRES TO BE DONE AND I DON'T SEE ANY AUTHORITY FOR THIS FOR THE COMMISSIONER'S COURT TO BE ABLE TO DISREGARD. STAY LONG WITH THAT REQUIREMENT, SO I CAN UNDERSTAND THAT THAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN THE INTENT OF MY INTERPRETATION OF IT IS GOING TO BE THAT WE'RE STILL GONNA HAVE TO FOLLOW THE APPLICATION PROCESS EVEN FOR SOMEONE WHO IS GOING TO BE A RESERVE CONSTABLE. BECAUSE THEY MEET THE DEFINITION OF SOMEONE WHO'S GOING TO ASSIST IN THE PERFORMANCE OF THE CONSTABLE'S NEWS TO WHAT YOU'RE SAYING WHAT THEY DIDN'T KNOW IF I REALLY WAS NOT SHOULD NOT. PRINCIPAL I WON'T. I WON'T MAKE ANY KIND OF.

JUDGMENT I THINK ON THAT I THINK FOR WHAT WE'RE TRYING TO DO RIGHT NOW, WE'LL NEED THE APPLICATION TO FOLLOW THE LAW AND THE APPLICATION POSITIONS WILL HAVE TO BE APPROVED BY THE COMMISSIONER'S COURT AND ANGRY. I THINK WE NEED TO GET IT ALL AMENDED. I THINK WE NEED TO GET IT ON TERRIFIED FIX. WITH ALL OF THE CONSTABLES REPORTING TO US WHAT THEY HAVE. YOU KNOW WHAT THEY CURRENTLY HAVE? AND BRING IT, SO WE GET IT ALL ON RECORD THAT. BECAUSE LIKE I SAID IN 2018 WHEN THEY APPROVED PRECINCT, TOO INSTABLE 1/5 RESERVE. THAT WAS BROUGHT TO COMMISSIONER'S CORNERS. SAME THING WITH PRECINCT ONE. HIS WAS ALSO BROUGHT TWO COMMISSIONERS FOR HIS FISHERS ARE DEAD, AND WE'RE TALKING RESERVED. RICHARD, YOU HAVE COMING RESERVE DEPUTIES. HOW MANY RESERVE DEPUTIES YOU YOU GUYS CARRY WHAT FOR? OKAY.

THANK YOU. RESERVED. SO WHAT WE NEED. WHAT WOULD NEED TO HAPPEN IS JUST FOR THE CONSTABLE'S OFFICERS TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR ANY AMOUNT OF RESERVE DEPUTIES OVER FOUR, WHICH IS LET'S CURRENTLY AUTHORIZED AND BRING IT TO THE COURT. TO SEEK THE COURT'S PROOF. AND THEN A RESOLUTION WOULD BE DONE. TO PROVE THEM CUSTOMER. WILL YOU HAVE COMING RESERVES. RIGHT? YOU HAVE A CAT? AND I KNOW WHAT THREE HANDS NO IDEA. ACTUALLY I TAKE THAT BACK. STEVE KENNY WAS IN MY OFFICE LAST WEEK AND I THINK, HE SAID THEY HAVE FOUR RESERVES. PRETTY AVERAGE OUT THERE FOR BOB SINCE. SO JUST SEEING IT ANY AMOUNT OVER FOUR THEY WOULD JUST NEED TO MAKE APPLICATION AND THEN A TRANSLATION. WITH EXCEPTION. THE EXCEPTION TO BECAUSE I DIDN'T GET IT. THEY DIDN'T MAKE APPLICATION 2018. THAT'S THE PROBLEM. THAT LEFT THE COURT.

PROVED IT HAD APPLICATIONS. ALSO. OH, I'M ASKING US TODAY. IT'S FOLLOWING THE LAW AND MAKE THE COURAGE. COME ON UP. COME ON UP HERE. YOU UNDERSTAND IT WITH THE. FOUR RESERVES. I HAVE. I DO HAVE THREE PAGE YES, YES, THAT'S MY OTHER STATIONS. YES, SIR. SO I DON'T KNOW IF YOU GUYS WERE AWARE OF THAT OR NOT, WE DO WE UNDERSTAND THAT ALSO THIS THIS REGARDING PAID RESERVED. IT'S COMING. AGENT. YES, ANOTHER THING IS ALSO ONCE WE DETERMINE HOW MANY DEPUTIES WE HAVE BOTH PAID AND RESERVES. WE HAVE TO, UH, GET A. JUST LIKE FIND FOUND ON ALL OF THESE, BECAUSE RIGHT NOW WE ONLY HAVE A BLANKET BOND OF 20 THIS SO ONCE WE GET THE CORRECT NUMBER WILL NEED THIO UPDATE THAT BOND AS WELL. CURRENTLY WE'VE BEEN AND ALSO CURRENTLY WE'VE BEEN REQUIRING THE RESERVES THAT DON'T FALL UNDER THAT BOND. TO PROVIDE THEIR OWN BOND. BUT WHAT I DON'T THINK IT'S HAPPENING IS ALLOW ALSO REQUIRES COUNTY. TO FILE THAT BOND CAN CARRY EXAMPLES, SO WE NEED TO MAKE SURE THAT THAT HAPPENS AS WELL. SO. JUDGE WILL WERE ARE J. J. WILL WILL BE ASKED TO APPROVED. THE APPOINTMENT OF UNPAID RESERVE

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DEPUTIES FOR EACH PRECINCT OR REMEMBER. OKAY BUT ARE WE WERE REVIEWING THE INDIVIDUAL QUALIFICATIONS OF EACH PRESERVED DEPUTY. OR SOME CRITERIA, OR IS THAT NOT PART OF IT? I DON'T THINK THAT TICO HAS REQUIREMENTS WERE FOR THEM TO MEET, BUT I DON'T KNOW THAT THAT I'M NOT AWARE THAT I WAS COMMISSIONING POINT BEING COURT TO HEAR AND I'M NOT AWARE OF THAT EVER COMING THROUGH SUBSEQUENT PROVISIONS OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE THAT.

REQUIRE THE APPLICATION AND DICTATE THE PROCESS ALSO SAY THAT THE OFFICERS THAT MAKE THE APPLICATION SHALL MAKE THE APPOINTMENTS AND THE COMMISSIONER'S COURT MAY NOT INFLUENCE THAT APPOINTMENT, OKAY. THANK YOU. ON THE NEXT COMMISSIONER'S COURT RULES.

HAVE THEM BRING YESTERDAY. VACATION. THE CHIEF DEPUTY, NONSMOKING PRECINCT POSSIBLES OFFICE. JUST FOR PUTTING A PATIENT. WHAT PART. ARTICLE 1 51 OF THE LOCALS. IS IT NORMAL TO DEAL WITH PAY POSITIONS? BECAUSE OF THE FACT THAT YES, HE ESTABLISHED THE REVERIE STREAM AND EVERYTHING ELSE TO COMPANY ALONG WITH RESOURCE. IF YOU CAN'T YOU DON'T HAVE TO PROVIDE FOR UH, 86 012. SPECIFICALLY. TALKS ABOUT RESERVE DEPUTIES AND THE COURT'S ABILITY TO LIMIT THE NUMBER OF THEM BUT SPECIFICALLY STATES AND THEY'RE ALSO THAT THEY'RE BRINGING UP BEFORE. AS AN INDIVIDUAL NAMED ROCKETS DON'T LIFT ON THE CONSTABLE. MY CLARIFICATION IS. OR YOU WANT US TO BRING EACH RESERVED TO YOU? BECAUSE THE PAY POSITIONS ARE DONE IN THE BUDGET. WE REQUEST A PART TIME LIKE WE DID LAST YEAR. I'M UP FOR DISCUSSION AND OUR BUDGET SESSION WAS APPROVED CAME BEFORE THE COURT AND THE BUDGET WAS APPROVED. SO TO ME THAT WOULD FIT WITH CARPETS OF 1 51. YES WHAT I THINK WHAT J. J JUST SAID, WAS THAT. WE CANNOT INFLUENCE WE CAN TELL. YOU HAVE MANY RESERVES. YOU CAN HAVE THAT WE CAN INFLUENCE. HOW'S YOUR DECISION? SO YOU, DON'T YOU? YOU WANT US TO NOTIFY YOU THAT WAY? YOU KNOW, WE WOULD JUST YOU WOULD MAKE APPLICATION FOR A NUMBER SAY, SAY, YOU PRECINCT SAYS I NEED SIX RESERVED. IN ADDITION TO MY WHAT HARMONY GOT PREPAID. SO YOU CAN MAKE APPLICATION THROUGH THE RESERVE DEPUTIES TO THE COURT AND THEN COURT WITH NEITHER APPROVE IT OR NOT. SO. THAT'S THAT'S THE PROCESS. THE PROCESS THAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR THINKING, OK, THANK YOU. ANY OTHER. COMMENTS OR DISCUSSION. COME ON. FROM MY UNDERSTANDING.

JUDGE IS WHAT YOU'RE SAYING IS I'M GONNA HAVE TO REAPPLY FOR THE RESERVE DEPUTIES THAT I CURRENTLY HAVE YOUR YOU'RE AUTHORIZED FOR FOUR RIGHT NOW, RIGHT FROM 2005. SO IF YOU WANNA GO FIVE OR SIX I SEE OKAY? I THINK THE CLARIFICATION IS FOR ALL THE CONSTABLES. TWO.

BRING IN THE APPLICATIONS FOR ALL YOU HAVE SO THAT WE HAVE THAT. YOU REMEMBER THAT APPLICATION ONLY SAYS THE ONE THAT WAS USED BEFORE. EACH CONSTABLE ASKED FOR A MEMBER.

PLEASE ACCEPT THIS LETTER IS AN APPLICATION FOR A VISION OF THE TEXAS LOCAL GOVERNMENT ONE DO YOU WANT ANOTHER ONE? FOR THE AUTHORITY TO APPOINT DEPUTY CONSTABLES IN THIS OFFICE WITHOUT FURTHER APPROVAL FROM COMMISSIONER'S COURT, AND THE NUMBER WAS REQUESTED. IN THIS CASE, IT WAS PRETTY THINK ONE THEY REQUESTED FIVE DEPUTIES. AND SINCE 2005 WE'VE GOT. AND THERE WERE NO PAID THAT HE'S AT THAT TIME. THAT IS, SO IT SINCE 2005. THE COURT HAS AUTHORIZED PAID DEPUTIES. AND THEN. WE'RE ASKING YOU TO COME AND MAKE APPLICATION FOR YOUR RESERVES.

YOU'RE PAID DEPUTIES ARE AUTHORIZED. WE'RE ASKING FOR YOU. COME AND SAY I NEED SIX IN ORDER THIS FULLY STAFFED. DURING THE DAY, MY FRONT SIX RESERVES, SO YOU'VE GOT THREE.

AND YOU WANT A TOTAL OF SEVEN AND YOU WOULD COME AND ASK FOR FOUR RESERVES. OKAY, SO I HAVE FOUR IF I THINK I REQUIRE MORE THAN I NEED TO COME AND APPLY FOR THOSE ADDITIONAL IS WHAT

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YOU'RE TELLING. YES, OKAY. YES, SIR. KANE. POINTS OF CLARIFICATION. SO WE'RE ALL CLEAR. J. J I WOULD JUST SAY FORMAT IN THE BACKUP OF THE PREVIOUS APPLICATIONS. IT'S IN THE FORM OF A LETTER. IT SEEMS TO CONTAIN ALL THE INFORMATION THAT'S REQUIRED BY LAW. FOR THE CONSTABLE INTO APPLY. IF YOU HAVE ACCESS TO THIS IN THE BACK OF ITS FILL. AND I AND I CAN ASK IS ON THE BACK. NOW, IF YOU WILL, WHENEVER WE GET OUT OF HERE TODAY, THAT'S JUST IN THE EACH CONSTABLE'S OFFICE A COPY OF THIS SO THAT THEY CAN USE THAT. BLANK UP IN THAT WAY, THEY'LL HAVE IT. YES, MA'AM. SO THE EXAMPLE THEY HAVE JUST SAYS DEPUTY CONSTABLES. WE'RE TALKING ABOUT TWO THINGS WE'RE TALKING ABOUT A DEPUTY COUNSEL. WE'RE TALKING BATTERIES ER, WE NEED RAIN. ITO HAVE A SLOT FOR RESERVE ON THIS MANY CONSTABLES THREE. AND I MEAN THIS MINUTE CONSTABLE RESERVED AT 45. I THINK I THINK THAT'S A GOOD WAY TO DO IT. COMMISSIONER. THE LAW SPECIFICALLY IS GOING TO REQUIRE IN THE APPLICATION. A STATEMENT OF THE, UH THE AMOUNT OF THE AMOUNT TO BE PAID TO EACH EMPLOYEE. SO IF PERHAPS CONSTABLE WANTS SEVEN TOTAL FOR OUR PAIN AND OUR UNPAID THAN THE FOUR SHOULD BE OUTLINED WITH WHAT THEIR SALARIES AND THREE WILL BE DESIGNATED ISN'T. AND ALSO I WANT TO REMIND EVERYBODY THAT RIGHT NOW THE BUDGET YOUR BUDGETS APPROVED FOR WHAT YOU'RE FREE FOR, AND SO IF YOU WANT MORE PAID CONSTABLES AND THAT WOULD HAVE TAKEN PLACE DURING THE BUDGET PROCESS NEXT TIME, SO WHEN YOU MAKE APPLICATION. PLEASE. I MEAN, SHOW THEM, OF COURSE, BUT MAKE APPLICATION FOR YOUR RESERVE. PEPYS. AND OF COURSE, THE APPLICATION IS GOING TO COME BEFORE COMMISSIONER'S COURT WILL BE CONSIDERED IN VOTED ON AN ISSUE WILL ORDER FROM THE COURT FORMALLY AUTHORIZING THE HIRING THOSE NUMBERS AND WELL WELL, WE'RE PROBABLY GONNA WIND UP TABLE IN THIS FOR TODAY AND THEN. I WOULD RECOMMEND PUTTING IT BACK ON THE AGENDA. 20 WEEKS, THE NEXT COURT. AND THAT GIVES THE CONSUL'S OPPORTUNITY TEAM TOO. THAT IN LET'S HAVE IT. YOU WILL HAVE IT. SO ARE YOU GOING TO GET YOU TO COME TOO? FACE IS A LITTLE BIT OF MARRIAGES. YES, WELL, ADDED IT EVEN YES, THAT WAY. WE'RE ALL WORKING FROM THE SAME SHEET OF MUSIC. OKAY. WE JUST WANT TO LET THE CONSTABLES KNOW THAT THE NEXT COMMISSIONERS COURT'S GONNA BE ON THE 13TH SO I WOULD NEED ANY APPLICATIONS BY OCTOBER, THE SIX AT THE LATEST. SO ANYTHING THAT YOU HAVE, I WILL REQUIRE THE APPLICATIONS. UH SUPPORT WILL BRING THAT BEFORE THE COURT ON THE 13TH. THIS ALL RIGHT? FORGET ANY EVIDENCE. HEY, NOT I WOULD LOOK FOR EMOTION TO TABLE ADAM LIVING. MAKE A MOTION THAT WE TAKE A LOT OF MONEY. I HAVE EMOTIONS, BUT WE HAVE A SECOND WAVE OF EMOTION A SECOND ON FAVORS THEY II. THOSE NINE MOTION CARRIES.

[12. Discussion/Action to approve Budget Amendment #74 from Contingency (001-6510-4860) to Tax Assessor-Collector Professional Services (001-2140-4110). Speaker: Judge Haden/ Barbara Gonzales; Cost: Net Zero; Backup: 7]

ITEM 12 DISCUSSION ACTION TO IMPROVE BUDGET AMENDMENT 74. FROM CONTINGENCIES 001651 OUT OF TAX ASSESSOR COLLECTOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 001. FOR 1 TO 1 FOR ODESSA FOR 11. THE AMOUNT OF $24,488. HAVE MOTION TO APPROVE THE AMENDMENT 74 SOME OF IT. WE HAVE EMOTIONS, BUT WE HAVE A SECOND. I HAVE EMOTIONAL SECOND IN FAVOUR. SAY AYE. THOSE NINE MOTION CARRIES.

[13. Discussion/Action to approve change order for Purchase Order #REQ00291 for quarterlypayments to Appraisal District. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Danie Blake; Cost: TBD; Backup: 6]

ADAM 13 DISCUSSION ACTION TO APPROVE CHANGE ORDER FOR PURCHASE ORDER. NUMBER R 00291 FOR QUARTERLY PAYMENTS TO THE APPRAISAL DISTRICT. IS DANNY IN HERE? MORNING JUDGE AND COMMISSIONERS. SO THIS ONE UM WE DID A BLANKET PURCHASE ORDER AT THE BEGINNING OF THE YEAR FOR THE QUARTERLY PAYMENTS FOR THE APPRAISAL DISTRICT WHEN IT GOT TO THE FOURTH QUARTER. WE JUST NEEDED. WE NEEDED TO INCREASE THAT AMOUNT THAT WAS ALREADY IN THERE WITH IT BEING OVER $50,000. WE JUST HAVE TO BRING IT TO COURT FOR APPROVAL. MISSION. WE HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE. CHANGE ORDER FOR THE PURCHASE ORDER 029. OF MOTION. WE HAVE SECONDS. SECOND OF EMOTION IS SECOND IN FAVOUR. SAY AYE AYE. THOSE NON MOTION CARRIES. ADAM 14 DISCUSSION

[14. Discussion/Action to approve the payment to the Caldwell County Appraisal District for the Fourth Quarter collections and 911/GIS position. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Barbara Gonzales; Cost: TBD; Backup: 5]

ACTION TO APPROVE THE PAYMENT TO THE COWL ACCOUNTING APPRAISAL DISTRICT. FOR THE

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FOURTH QUARTER COLLECTIONS AND NINE ELEVEN'S LAST G. I S POSITION. IN THAT. GRAND TOTAL TO THE APPRAISAL DISTRICT IS 2234 THAT CORRECT LARRA? UM, IT SHOULD ACTUALLY BE THE GRAND TOTAL. IT'S ACTUALLY A FOLLOW UP BETWEEN 12 13. SO WE DID THE BUDGET AMENDMENT TO DO PAYABLE.

FOR PURCHASE ORDER, SO THE ABLE SHOULD MATCH THAT PURCHASE ORDER, OKAY? WE HAVE A MOTION.

HE APPROVED PAYMENTS TO APPRAISAL DISTRICT FOURTH QUARTER 911 G. I S WE HAVE MOTION SICKNESS. ALL IN FAVOR, SAY AYE. WHY THOSE NINE MOTION CARRIES. I DON'T 15 DISCUSSION

[15. Discussion/Action to approve Budget Amendment #75 to reimburse JP2 Office Supplies line item. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Barbara Gonzales; Cost: Net Zero; Backup: 5]

ACTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET AMENDMENT NUMBER 75 TO REIMBURSE J P TO OFFICE SUPPLIES LINE ITEM. JUST WHAT IT SAYS COMMISSIONERS. THEY'RE MOVING. WE'RE RECEIVING REVENUE $74 ON PUTTING IT IN OFFICE SUPPLIES. SIEVING 001 6000 09 FOR ZERO, PLACING IT SPIES.

THEY'RE 13253110. I HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET AMENDMENT 75. OF EMOTION. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? EMOTION IS SICK AND ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE, THOSE LAND MOTION CARRIES ADAM

[16. Discussion/Action to approve Budget Amendment #76 to receive the Texas Department of Emergency Management (TDEM) Hazard Mitigation reimbursement. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Dennis Engelke; Cost: Net Zero; Backup: 4]

16 DISCUSSION ACTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET AMENDMENT 76 TO RECEIVE THE TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT. DEDHAM HAS MITIGATION REIMBURSEMENT. THANK JUDGE. UH THIS BUDGET AMENDMENT RECOGNIZES THE FACT THAT WE RECEIVED AN ADDITIONAL REIMBURSEMENT FOR EXPENSES THAT WE PAID OUR CONSULTANT H TWO OLD PARTNERS. YOU HELPED US PREPARE OUR. 2020 20 2500 MITIGATION PLAN. THIS ONE THREW UP THROWING UP. AT THAT TIME UNCLAIMED REIMBURSEMENT. FROM TEDIUM FOR THAT, AND IT REFLECTS AN ADDITIONAL REVENUE OF $32,025. I ASKED YOU TO APPROVE THIS BUDGET. HEY, COMMISSIONERS. DO WE HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE BENJAMIN? IT'S 76. SOME OF YOU HAVE EMOTIONS. WE HAVE A SECOND. WEI HAVE EMOTION A SECOND ALL IN FAVOR, SAY AYE. HIS NON MOTION CARRIES. ADAM 17 DISCUSSION ACTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET

[17. Discussion/Action to approve Budget Amendment #77 to correct error on P.O. REQ00383 for J.P., Precinct 2. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Barbara Gonzales; Cost: Net Zero; Backup: 13]

AMENDMENT NUMBER 77 TO CORRECT THEIR ON P O R E 00383 FOR J P PRECINCT. OH, AND WE'RE RECEIVING 100 $80. 001 6009 FOR OH, AND PLACING IT INTO YOU HELPING SUPPLIES. THERE GOES ONE. 3253110. SOME OF YOU KNOW EMOTION. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? HAVE EMOTIONAL SECOND TO PROVE ADAM 17 ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE, AYE POSED NONE. MOTION CARRIES. ADAM 18 DISCUSSION ACTION TO

[18. Discussion/Action to approve Budget Amendment #78 to receive TAC insurance proceeds for Chevrolet Tahoe for Emergency Management. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Barbara Gonzales; Cost: Net Zero; Backup: 6]

APPROVE A BUDGET AMENDMENT NUMBER 78 TERESI TAX INSURANCE PROCEEDS FOR CHEVROLET TAHOE FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT. THIS IS REPAIR THE TAHOE. RECEIVE IN 18 $1829 6009 BY ZERO. AND PLACING IT INTO HERE, 016650 FOR REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE. I HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE AMENDMENT 78. HAVE EMOTION. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? SECOND HAVE EMOTION AND SECOND ALL IN FAVOR, SAY AYE. WAS NINE MOTION CARRIES. ADAM 19 DISCUSSION ACTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET

[19. Discussion/Action to approve Budget Amendment #79 regarding the CO SERIES 2020 Distribution Closing Memo. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Barbara Gonzales; Cost: Net Zero; Backup :6]

AMENDMENT 79. REGARDING THE CEO SIRI'S 2020 DISTRIBUTION CLOSING MEMO. THIS ONE'S A LITTLE BIT MORE COMPLICATED, SO WE'RE RECEIVING. CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS 2,999,000. IN 2013100. ZERO. THAT'S ONE OF 11 BOND PROCEEDS, 2020. IN THAT AND THEN WE ARE DISTRIBUTING FROM THAT. $18,100 TO 013 6000 0. 4045 BOND ATTORNEY. 013 6004 035 25,500 FOR FINANCIAL

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ADVISOR FEE. 013 6004 046 BOND ISSUE AND FEED A $700. AND CAPITAL DEBT SERVICE. FIND WHERE WE SEE $9973 FOR A 1 TO 1001 01 KNOWS. I'M PLACING THAT 01 TEAM 6000 FOR 951 ABOUT 500.

I DON'T HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE. I DON'T 19. MOST OF THE SECOND. SECOND, THEY HAVE MOST OF THE SECOND ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE. ON MOST CARRIES. ADAM 20 DISCUSSION

[20. Discussion/Action to approve Budget Amendment #80 to pay down payment to Johnson Control from the 2020 Fiscal Year Budget. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Barbara Gonzales; Cost: $702,368.00; Backup: 5]

ACTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET AMENDMENT 80 TO PAY. DOWN TO PAY DOWN PAYMENT JOHNSON CONTROL FROM THE 20 25TH FISCAL YEAR BUDGET. SENDING NOW, 702,000. $368 COMMISSIONER, LOOK IN YOUR EYE. BACK UP. YOU WILL SEE AN INVOICE IN THERE FOR THAT. AND THAT'S GOING TO BE PAID OUT TO JOHNSON CONTROLS 013650. IN THE MOUNT OF 702,000. NOTHING. UM, THE ONLY THING I HAVE YEARS WE DID. BUDGET AMENDMENT DID ALREADY BUDGET, THE FUNDS AND THE NEED FISCAL YEAR, BUT I HAVE THE BUDGET AMENDMENT READY FOR NEXT COMMISSIONERS BRING THAT DOWN.

VERY GOOD. ALL RIGHT. SOME. OF OUR MOST BY COMMISSIONER MATERIAL. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? YOU HAVE EMOTIONAL SECOND ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE, AYE, BOTH MAN MOST CARRIES. I HAVEN'T 21

[21. Discussion/Action to approve the down payment for Johnson Controls invoice. Speaker: Judge Haden/Barbara Gonzales; Cost: $702,368.00; Backup: 2]

DISCUSSION ACTUALLY TO APPROVE THE DOWN PAYMENT FOR JOHNSON CONTROLS AND VOICE. HAVING A THING WITH JUST A FOLLOW UP TO THE BUDGET AMENDMENT. THE UH, WE'RE TRYING TO DO IS MAKING SURE THAT WE DID THE BUDGET AMENDMENT. UH P O, WHICH IS ATTACHED THE REQUISITION AND DO THE PAY OF ALL OF THAT TO BE I NEVER MOVED IN THAT ORDER, OKAY? THINKING WE HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE ISLAND 21. SOME OF IT. OF EMOTION. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? I HAVE EMOTION IS SICK AND ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE, THOSE NON MOTION CARRIES. I DON'T 22 DISCUSSION ACTION TO

[22. Discussion/Action to ratify Budget Amendment #81 to transfer funds from Contingency (001-6510-4860) to Emergency Management Operations Center (001-6650-4800). This emergency payment was necessitated to prevent this essential vendor from discontinuing service. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Danie Blake; Cost: $3,786.00; Backup: 5]

RATIFY BUDGET AMENDMENT 81 TO 10 TRANSFER FUNDS FROM CONTINGENCY 0016510 FOR 860.

TWO EMERGENCY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OPERATION SINGER 001665 FOR 800. THIS PAYMENT WAS ASSESS IT TO PREVENT THIS ESSENTIAL VENDOR FROM DISCONTINUING SERVICE. WEI HAD AN ARRANGEMENT MADE WITH THIS BENDER LAST YEAR. THERE WAS SOME DISCUSSION ABOUT WHETHER OR NOT WE'RE GOING TO CONTINUE WITH THE DECISION WAS MADE TO CONTINUE, BUT WE DIDN'T HAVE ENOUGH TIME TO. GET THAT IN THE COMMISSIONER'S COURT LAST TIME WE NEEDED TO PAY THIS BILL SO THAT THIS DIDN'T GET CUT OFF SOMETHING THAT THAT OUR VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT SEES.

TO GET PAGED OUT SO. SO WE WENT AHEAD AND PAID THAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR APPROVAL FROM THE COURT TO RATIFY THAT BUDGET AMENDMENT SO I WOULD LOOK FOR A MOTION TO APPROVE. SOME OF WE HAVE EMOTIONS. WE HAVE A SECOND. OF EMOTIONAL SECOND ALL OF FAVOR. SAY HI I, THOSE LAND MOTION CARRIES. I DON'T 20 DISCUSSION ACTION TO RATIFY THE PAYMENT TO PENGUIN MANAGEMENT

[23. Discussion/Action to ratify the payment to Penguin Management, Inc. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Danie Blake; Cost: $3,786.00. Backup: 8]

COMMISSION. THAT'S THE. WE JUST NEED EMOTION TO RATIFY THE PAYMENT. WE HAVE A MOTION TO HAVE A SECOND. SECOND WE HAVE A MOTION AND A SECOND AISLE IN FAVOUR, SAY AYE. NINE. MOTION

[24. Discussion/Action to approve Budget Amendment #82 to move money from Autopsy (001-6510-4123) to Fax & Internet (001-6510-4425) and Lease-Repair and Maintenance (001-6510-4841). Speaker: Judge Haden/ Barbara Gonzales; Cost: Net Zero; Backup: 3]

CARRIES. 20 FOR DISCUSSION ACTION TO APPROVE A BUDGET AMENDMENT 82. TO MOVE MONEY FROM AUTOPSY 00165. FAX AN INTERNET 001650 45. AND LEAST REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE 0016510.

4861. AND WE ARE. TAKING THE MONEY FROM AUTOPSY. THE 25/85. AND MACHINERY EQUIPMENT IN AMOUNT OF $43. IN PLACING 25,084 FAX INTERNET ON $44, LISA AND MAINTENANCE REPAIRS.

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LOOK FOR EMOTION TO APPROVE BUT WOMEN 18 SOME OF IT. WE HAVE EMOTION. DO WE HAVE A 2ND 2ND HAVE EMOTION IS SICK AND ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE AYE, THOSE MY MOTION CARRIES. 25 DISCUSSION

[25. Discussion/Action to ratify the acceptance of the 2021 Statewide Automated Victim Notification Services (SAVNS) grant contract of $ 18,571.12. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Dennis Engelke; Cost: None; Backup: 25]

ACTION TO RATIFY THE ACCEPTANCE OF THE 2021 STATEWIDE AUTOMATED VICTIM. NOTIFY NOTIFICATION SERVICES SEVENS. GRANT CONTRACT OF 18,571 SINCE DENNIS. THANK YOU, UH, THE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL HAS AWARDED CALDWELL COUNTY A 2021 G. OF $18,571.12. IN SUPPORT OF THE STATEWIDE AUTOMATED NOTIFICATION SERVICE SAVAGE PROGRAM. THIS IS ALSO OFTEN REFERRED TO AS THE VICTIM INFORMATION AND NOTIFICATION EVERY DAY GRANT OR BIND GRANT.

THE TEXAS CONSTITUTION PROVIDES VICTIMS OF CRIME WITH THE RIGHT UPON THEIR REQUEST RECEIVED NOTICE. ABOUT COURT PROCEEDING. CONVICTION SENTENCE IMPRISONMENT AND RELEASE OF THE ACCUSED. TEXAS FIND WILL AUTOMATICALLY NOTIFIED REGISTERED PERSONS VIA A TOLL FREE NUMBER AND WEBSITE OF SUSPECT THE OFFENDER STATUS AND COURT EVENT CHANGES TEXAS FIND AUTOMATICALLY NOTIFIES REGISTERED USERS. IN ENGLISH OR SPANISH WHENEVER ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS OCCUR. SUSPECT OFFENDERS RELEASED OR TRANSFERRED. A COURT EVENT HAS BEEN SET OR CHANGED, OR THERE'S A CHANGE IN CUSTODY STATUS. SUCH A DEATH OR ESCAPE. JUDGE HAYDEN HAS SIGNED THE 2021 GRAND AGREEMENT DUE TO A TIMELY REQUIREMENT DURING THE INTERIM, WHICH OCCURRED AFTER OUR LAST COMMISSION WITH COURT MEETING. I ASKED FOR YOUR RATIFICATION OF ACCEPTING THE 2021 SAVAGE GRANT OF 18,507. WHICH IS IN EFFECT SEPTEMBER 1 2020 THROUGH AUGUST 31 2021. PACERS. DO WE HAVE. MOTION TO RATIFY THE ACCEPTANCE OF THE 2021 STATEWIDE. SEVEN GRAND. SOME WAY. HAVE EMOTIONS. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? WE HAVE A MOTION AND A SECOND OLIVE FAVOR. SAY AYE, AYE. THOSE NINE MOTION CARRIES. I DON'T 20 THIS DISCUSSION

[26. Discussion/Action to approve the Participation Entity Services Agreement for the Statewide Automated Victim Notification Service (SAVNS) Grant Contract. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Dennis Engelke; Cost: None; Backup: 2]

ACTION TO APPROVE THE PARTICIPATION ENTITY SERVICES AGREEMENT FOR THE STATEWIDE AUTOMATED VICTIM NOTIFICATION SERVICE SEVEN'S GRANT. BUSINESS OF THE STATE OF CONTRACT, A STATE OF TEXAS CONTRACT WITH A VENDOR CALLED A PRIS, A PEE PEE. MONITOR CONTRACT PERFORMANCE WITH 70 GRANT SUB RECIPIENTS, WHICH WOULD BE US. BEFORE YOU IS AN ONGOING CONTRACT RENEWAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN CALDWELL COUNTY AND APRIL'S EXTENDING THE TERM OF PERFORMANCE MONITORING THROUGH AUGUST 31 OF 2021. I ASK FOR YOUR APPROVAL OF THE RENEWAL CONTRACT. COMMISSIONERS DO WE HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE SOME OF MOTION IN A SECOND FAVORS? THEY I IE. THOSE NON MOTION CARRIES. ADAM 27 DISCUSSION ACTION TO ACCEPT $18,000 IN OUR

[27. Discussion/Action to accept the $18,000 Interlocal Cooperation Contract with Texas State University as a participant in the FY 20-21 Tobacco Enforcement Program. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Dennis Engelke; Cost: None; Backup: 9]

LOCAL COOPERATION CONTRACT. TAKES THE STATE UNIVERSITY AS A PARTICIPANT IN THE F 2021 TOBACCO ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM. TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY HAS OFFERED A FISCAL YEAR 2021 IN LOCAL COOPERATION CONTRACT WITH CALDWELL COUNTY PERTAINING TO THE TOBACCO UNFORTUNATELY, PROGRAM. EFFECTED DAY FOR SEPTEMBER. 1 OF 2020 THROUGH AUGUST 31 2021. IF ACCEPTED.

CALDWELL COUNTY CONSTABLES UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF STEVE KENNY CONSTABLE, PRECINCT THREE.

CONDUCT 144 CONTROL STEAMS AMONG TOBACCO PRODUCT HENDERSHOT, CALDWELL COUNTY TO MONITOR THE ILLEGAL SELLING OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS TO MINORS. YOU CALL THAT THIS PAST YEAR, NINE CITATIONS WERE ISSUED TO LOCAL VENDORS THAT WERE CAUGHT SELLING BACK PART EXPLODE TOO MINOR. THE CONTRACT THIS YEAR IS A 12 MONTH CONTRACT. THEY WILL PAY $125 FOR STEAM, RESULTING IN $18,000 IN REVENUE. I ASK FOR YOUR APPROVAL OF THE CONTRACT. HEY, COMMISSIONERS. WE HAVE A MOTION TO ACCEPT THE $18,000 UNDER LOCAL COOPERATION, CONTACT. WAY HAVE EMOTION. DO WE HAVE A 2ND 2ND? WE HAVE EMOTION IS SICK AND ALL THE FAVORS. SAY HI I THOSE NINE MOTION CARRIES. THANK YOU. THANK YOU. ADAM 28 DISCUSSION ACTION TO APPROVE

[28. Discussion/Action to approve the Road Material, Fuel, Oil & Lubricant Bid Submissions. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Danie Blake; Cost: None; Backup:62]

THE ROAD MATERIAL. OIL AND LUBRICANTS. BID SUBMISSIONS, DANNY.

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OKAY, SO, LIKE EVERY YEAR WE GOT TO GO OUT FOR ROAD MATERIALS FOR UNIT ROAD. SO IF YOU HAVE THAT SPREADSHEET, THE ONES THAT ARE HIGHLIGHTED IN GREEN ARE THE ONES THAT WON THE BID. I'M JUST GOING TO GO THROUGH AND. TAKE HIM DOWN HERE FOR THE FLEX SPACE. HALF INCH COLORADO MATERIALS, ONE WITH THE DELIVERED PRICE AT $11.59 PER TON. THE THREE QUARTER BASE BRON TEX MATERIALS WITH THE PRICE DELIVERED AT $16.75 PER TON. THE 1.5 INCH COMMERCIAL BASED COLORADO MATERIALS DELIVERED WITH ARE DELIVERED AT $11 IN 59 CENTS PER TON. TYPE A BLACK BASS BRON TEX MATERIALS DELIVERED PRICE $60 PER TON. THE TYPE DECODE MIX IS BRONN TEXT MATERIALS WITH A DELIVERED PRICE OF $60 PER TON. FOR THE AGGREGATE GRADE. THREE. COVER STONE HALF INCH COLORADO MATERIALS DELIVERED PRICE OF $31.34 PER TON. GREAT FOR COVER STONE. THREE EIGHTS. BRON TEXT MATERIALS DELIVERED PRICE OF $30 PER TON. THE OIL AND LUBE FOR THE ENTIRE PORTION FOR THE MOTOR OIL, HYDRAULIC FLUID CHASSIS, GREECE AND ANNA FREEZE WENT TO SCHMIDT AND SONS. THE MOTOR OIL WAS $6.89 SINCE PER GALLON. THE HYDRAULIC FLUID WAS $5.85 PER GALLON CHASSIS. GREECE WAS PER CARTRIDGE $2 IN 99 CENTS IN THE ANTIFREEZE. WAS PERFECT E FIVE GALLON $340 PER GALLON $6.75. FOR THE ASPHALT MATERIALS, THE EMOTIONS WE'RE GOING TO CONTINUE THE BIDDING PROCESS ON THIS AS WE ONLY RECEIVED ONE BID IN THE LOCATION OF THAT COMPANY WAS TOO FAR TO BE ECONOMICAL FOR THE COUNTY WHEN PICKING THAT MATERIAL ON A WEEKLY OR BIWEEKLY BASIS. WILL BE RECOMMENDED FOR AWARD ON THE OCTOBER 27TH COMMISSIONER'S COURT, SO IT'S GOING TO STAY OUT FOR ABOUT ANOTHER THREE WEEKS. FOR THE FUEL UNDIES OR BOTH. REGULAR FUEL AND DIESEL, THE PETROLEUM TRADERS WON THIS WITH A PROFIT MARGIN OF 0.9 AND THEIR BID PRICE WILL COME IN FOR THE REGULAR FEEL AT A DOLLAR AND 32 53 CENTS AND FOR THE DIESEL IS GOING TO BE A DOLLAR IN 21. 42 CENTS. A MOUNTAIN. RIGHT, BUT EVERYONE ON ALL THESE. I DON'T KNOW IF IT WAS COVERT RELATED OR NOT, BUT THE PRICE IS SIGNIFICANTLY DROPPED FROM LAST YEAR, SO. UM. DID A COLORADO MATERIALS SUBMIT A BIT ON? I DON'T GUESS I DID, ACCORDING TO TABLE ON THE THREE QUARTER BASE. NO, THEY DID NOT.

SO THEY DIDN'T LAST YEAR AS WELL. I DON'T KNOW IF IT'S BECAUSE THEY DON'T HAVE THAT.

THAT SIZE, THEY USUALLY JUST SUBMIT THE HALF INCH, WHICH IS NOT CALLED. SALARY CONSISTENT ON THEIR PRICE PER TIME, EVEN FOR THE LARGER BUT THEY JUST MISSED THAT ONE. ON THE HALF INCH. WELL, I WENT HALF INCH AND THEN INCH AND A HALF. THEY WERE A LOT LAST TIME. THEN THE GROUP THAT GOT THREE QUARTER. SO THE THREE QUARTER IS NOT IN ACTUAL BIT ITSELF. WE ONLY CALL FOR HALF INCH IN THE ENGINE A HALF THEY'LL SUBMIT THOSE SCRATCH OUT ONE AND PUT THREE QUARTER EVEN THOUGH THAT'S NOT CALLED FOR IN THE BID, SO UNIT ROAD TECHNICALLY DOESN'T NEED THE THREE QUARTER INCH. AND I DON'T KNOW WHY I BROUGHT TEXT DOESN'T HAVE THE HALF INCH, BUT THEY NEVER PUT IT IN THEIR BID. IF I'M FOLLOWING CORRECTLY. YEAH, I THINK I THINK THE QUESTION WAS. WHY DIDN'T COLORADO MATERIAL SUBMIT FOR 30? THE THREE QUARTER. I JUST DIDN'T. THEY DIDN'T GIVE ME A REASON WHY THEY DIDN'T OKAY? ALL RIGHT COMMISSIONERS IF THERE'S NO OTHER DISCUSSION. I HAVE THE BIDS EMISSIONS. I HAVE EMOTION. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? SECOND LEVEL OCEAN SECOND ALL IN FAVOR. SAY AYE. ALL THOSE NINE MOTION CARRIES. THANK YOU.

DO YOU WANT ME TO GET A HOLD OF COLORADO MATERIALS AND ASK DO YOU WANT THAT? QUESTION ANSWERED IS TOO LIGHT FOR THEIR MOTHER. WE JUST ACCEPTED THEIR BEINGS. YEAH I MEAN, IT'S LIKE THEY DIDN'T LAST YEAR, EITHER, SO I DON'T KNOW IF IT'S JUST THEY DON'T HAVE THAT

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PARTICULAR. MATERIAL IN THAT SIZE OR NOT, BUT I CAN AT LEAST GET YOU FROM THE FUTURE. YEAH, ABSOLUTELY. CARRIER HAVE FASHION. THEY HAVE ONE HAND YOU HAVE THE THREE CORNERS. YEAH, YEAH, I'M NOT SURE, BUT I COULDN'T GET AN ANSWER FOR YOU. RIGHT. THANK YOU. DISCUSSION

[29. Discussion/Action to approve the Interlocal Agreement On-Site Sewage Facilities (OSSF) between City of Lockhart and Caldwell County. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Kasi Miles; Cost: None; Backup: 3]

ACTION 29. I'M GOING TO LIVE FOR MOST OF THE TABLE. HIS COMMISSIONERS. THERE'S A BACKUP IN HERE THAT GETS INTO THE GREAT, GORY DETAIL OF THIS, BUT. BUT IT WAS WHAT IT REQUIRES FOR INTER LOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN US AND THE CITY. WOULD RUN AFOUL OF CASES LICENSE. BOTH BOTH ENTITIES HAVE TO HAVE THE SAME CERTIFICATION SAY DOES NOT HAVE. THERE'S THANK YOU. SO WE CANNOT BE THAT UNDER CASEY'S LICENSE, SO I MADE THE CITY LOCKHART AWARE OF THAT. AND WILL AWAY TO SEA. BUT HOW THEY WANT TO PERCEIVE THAT FOR NOW, I'D LIKE FOR EMOTION. THE TABLE MAKE MOTION TO TABLE. I AM 29 SECONDS OF EMOTION IN THE SECOND IN FAVOR, SAY AYE. THOSE NINE MOTION CARRIES. ADAM 30 DISCUSSION ACTION TO APPROVE THE FINAL FLAT FOR WILLOW HAVEN

[30. Discussion/Action to approve the Final Plat for Willow Haven Subdivision to include lots on approximately 18.94 acres located on northeast corner of Young Lane (CR 197) and Seawillow Road (CR 205)! Speaker: Commissioner Westmoreland/ Kasi Miles; Cost: None; Backup: 25]

SO DIVISION TO INCLUDE LOTS ON APPROXIMATELY 18.94 ACRES. LOCATED ON NORTHEAST CORNER OF YOUNG LANE COUNTY ROAD, 1 97. C WILL AROUND COUNTY GROWS TOO FAT. GOOD MORNING AND I JUST WANTED TO GO. I'M SORRY. I'M STILL KIND OF RECOVERING FROM SURGERY, BUT I WANTED TO GO OVER THE SUBDIVISION. ALL OF THE ATTACHMENTS ARE IN THERE. TRACY RECOMMENDATIONS. LETTER IS THERE. ALL THE LETTER WATER LETTERS FOR PROVIDING YOU WITH THE LETTERS AND WE'RE JUST LOOKING FOR A RECOMMENDATION OF APPROVAL, MISTRESS. MAKE A MOTION TO APPROVE THE FINAL PLATFORM ELEVATED WE HAVE EMOTION. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? WE HAVE EMOTION IN SECOND ALL IN FAVOR, SAY AYE. DOES IT LIKE SHE CARRIES. ADAM 31 DISCUSSION ACTION TO APPROVE THE FINAL

[31. Discussion/Action to approve the Final Plat for Eloise Estates Subdivision to include 14 lots on approximately 27.11 acres fronting Fox Lane (CR 198) and Lake Road (CR 199). Speaker: Commissioner Shelton/ Kasi Miles; Cost: None; Backup: 47]

PLATFORM JELLIES AND STATES A DIVISION. TO INCLUDE 14 LOTS ON APPROXIMATELY 27.11 ACRES RUNNING FOX LANE COUNTY ROAD, 1, 98 AND LAKE ROAD COUNTY ROAD, 1 99. OKAY. SAME ISSUE. TRACY HAD THE APPROVAL LETTER IN THERE. THERE WERE FEW CONCERNS THAT COMMISSIONER SHELTON HAD, BUT WE'RE ALL ADDRESSED AND OFTHESE HAVE BEEN COLLECTED AND WE'RE JUST LOOKING FOR APPROVAL.

COMMISSIONERS. MY COMMISSION. WE APPROVED THE FINAL PLAN FOR FAMILIES OF STATES. OKAY, WE HAVE A MOTION THAT WE HAVE A SECOND. WE HAVE A MOTION IS SECOND IN FAVOUR. SAY AYE AYE.

THOSE NINE LOTION CARRIES. ADAM 32 DISCUSSION ACTION TO IMPROVE THE ORDER AUTHORIZING THE

[32. Discussion/Action to approve the Order authorizing the filing of a Final Plat (Short Form Procedure) concerning the Re-plat of Austin Skyline Subdivision Section 5, Lot 19 located on Prairie Hill Road. Speaker: Commissioner Theriot/ Kasi Miles; Cost: None; Backup: 13]

FILING OF THE FINAL. PLATT SHORT FORM PROCEDURE CONCERNING THE RE PLAT OF BOSTON SKYLINE.

SO DIVISION SECTION FIVE LOT 19. LOCATED ON PRAIRIE HILL ROOM. OKAY. UM TRACY PUT HIS RECOMMENDATION. IMPROVE A LETTER IN THERE. THIS ACTUALLY ALREADY HAD TWO EXISTING WATER METERS. THEY HAVE GOT APPROVAL FOR THE THIRD IN AND OFTHESE HAVE BEEN COLLECTED AND WE'RE LOOKING FOR APPROVAL. SO WHENEVER I HAVE A QUESTION. SO THIS WAS ALL ONE LOT THAT WAS CONSISTED OF 12 MAKERS CLOSE TO 12 ACRES, 10 11 SOMETHING. AND IN 96, THEY DIVIDED IT OUT INTO 25 ACRE TRACT OR SOMETHING WITH THAT. CORRECT SO THEN OUT OF THIS 5.4, THERE'S ANOTHER TRACK THAT'S ALREADY BEEN TAKEN OUT. YOU KNOW IF THAT WAS DONE AS A FAMILY LAND GRANT. I MEAN, IT WAS IN A RECORDED SOMETHING THAT YOU, DONE. TRACY HAD DISCUSSED IT WITH THE SURVEYOR, ALONG WITH COMMISSIONER TERRIO. JUST BASICALLY STATING THAT INNATE THEY'RE JOINING NEIGHBORS WHERE THIS WAS DONE IS AN ILLEGAL SUBDIVIDE MANY MANY YEARS AGO. AND THEY WERE ASKED TO JOIN THE PLANT, BUT DECLINED TO DO THAT. SO WE WENT FOR BECAUSE EVERYTHING WAS ACCORDING TO WHAT IT WAS BECAUSE IT WAS PRIOR TO OUR ORDINANCE WHEN WE CAN ENFORCE THIS. TRACY WAS JUST TRYING TO CORRECT IT BY JUST KIND OF CLEAN UP. YEAH, BUT THEY DID.

THEY DECLINED TO BE A FLASH IS CURIOUS BECAUSE I DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS YES. YEAH WAS BEFORE WE HAD REALLY THE KEY FOR THE ENFORCEMENT. AND EVERYTHING, AND HE WE DID ACTUALLY REACH OUT TO THE NEIGHBORS, AND THEY DECLINED TO BE A PART OF IT, AND I DIDN'T SEE THE WATER LETTER SAID THEY'RE APPROVED. TWO FINGERS ARE JUST CURIOUS WHAT THEY'RE GONNA DO FOR THE THIRD. NO, THEY THEY ACTUALLY HAD TWO ON THERE, AND THEN THEY WENT BACK, AND THEY GOT AN

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APPROVAL LETTER FOR TO COME TO FIND OUT THAT THEY ALREADY HAD TWO. THEY ONLY NEEDED ONE MORE.

YES, THEY ARE. YES. AND I TALK DIRECTLY TO THE WATER COMPANY. JUST CURIOUS ABOUT THAT. YES, WAY TRIED, AND THEY DECLINED. OKAY? COMMISSIONERS LOOK FOR EMOTION TO PROVE SOMETHING. OF EMOTION. DO WE HAVE A SECOND? WEI HAVE EMOTION IN A SECOND. I WANT FAVORS SAY I, UH, THOSE NINE MOTION CARRIES. OUT OF 33 DISCUSSION ACTION TO APPROVE THE ORDER AUTHORIZING THE

[33. Discussion/Action to approve the Order authorizing the filing of a Final Plat (Short Form Procedure) for Jesus Maria Santana Subdivision, a 4-lot Subdivision consisting of 19.993 acres located on Homannville Trail (CR 179). Speaker: Commissioner Roland/ Kasi Miles; Cost: None; Backup: 14]

FILING OF A FINAL. PLATT SHORT FORM PROCEDURE FOR CASES, MARIA'S SANTA SUBDIVISION FOR LOTS OF DIVISION CONSISTING OF. 19.993 ACRES LOCATED ON HOMELAND BILL TRAIL COUNTY ROAD, 1 79. LOCATING AND THIS IS ACTUALLY A SUBDIVISION PLAID THAT TRACY HAS ASKED FOR APPROVAL ON AND YOU'LL SEE THAT EVERY ALL THE ATTACHMENTS FOR DAN, I DO WANT A STATE THAT THERE WAS SOME CONCERNS ORIGINALLY. THIS SUBDIVISION WITH NAMES WITH INITIALS ONLY AND MATTHEW ALLEN HAD EXPRESSED SOME CONCERNS ABOUT SOME INITIALS, SO WE BEST THAT WE ASKED HIM TO GO IN AND CHANGE IT, SO THEY ACTUALLY CHANGED IT TO PART OF THEIR NAME ON EVERYTHING. MATTHEW STILL DID NOT LIKE THAT, BUT TRACY DECLINED. ASK HIM THE CHANGE NAME AGAIN, SO WE'RE JUST LOOKING FOR APPROVAL WITH THAT SUBDIVISION NAME.

COMMISSIONERS. I'LL MAKE A MOTION TO APPROVE ALL AUTHORIZED. FILING A FUN PLAY SHORT FOR PROCEDURE. HASE IS MARIA SANTANA. HEY, WE HAVE EMOTIONS. WE HAVE A SECOND SECOND. OF EMOTION. A SECOND HOLE IN FAVOR. SAY I, UH THOSE NON MOTION CARRIES. ADAM 30 FOR

[34. Discussion/Action to approve Caldwell County enrollment to Texas Associations of Counties' State Mandated Cybersecurity Training for FY 2021. Speaker: Judge Haden/ Ezzy Chan; Cost: None; Backup: 4]

DISCUSSION ACTION TO PROVE KAHLO COUNTY AND MOMENT TO TEXAS ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES, STATE LAND AND MANDATED CYBER SECURITY TRAINING. COMMISSIONERS AS YOU KNOW, LAST YEAR, THEY THEY. MADE THIS REQUIREMENT AND WE WILL HAVE TO ENROLL AGAIN. ANYONE THAT HAS INTERNET ACCESS OR EMAIL HAS TO TAKE THE, UH, CYBER SECURITY TRAINING COURSE. AND SO WE WOULD ASK ELECTED FACIALS AND DEPARTMENT HAS TO SEE THAT THIS GETS STAND SEEMS POSSIBLE.

COMMISSIONERS HAVE EMOTION TO PROVE CAMPBELL COUNTY IN ROMAN CYBER SECURITY TRAINING FOR 2021. SOMEBODY. WE HAVE EMOTIONS. WE HAVE A SECOND. HAVE EMOTION, A IN FAVOUR. SAY AYE AYE NOMINATION CARRIES, 30 FOUND. WE HAVE A MOTION TO ADJOURN. A PROMOTION TO JOURNEY WE HAVE SECONDS. MOTION IS SECOND ON FAVORS THEY II. THOSE NINE MOTION CARRIES. WE AR

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