Commissioners’ Court to mull Sept. 27 agenda

by Staff reports

RUSK – The Cherokee County Commissioners’ Court will meet in regular session at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27, in Rusk, to consider the following agenda items:

• Offer proclamations in recognition of the Texas Extension Education Association and in recognition of the 2022 National 4-H Week

• Consider approval of a lease agreement between the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office and ACCESS

• Consider approval of a resolution for a bullet-resistant shield grant for FY 2023

• Consider approval of contract between the county and GMSTEK, LLC for X1-FBO Software for Cherokee County Airport

• Consider approval of FY 2023 Texas Indigent Defense Commission Formula Grant resolution

• Consider a request and possible action regarding Kirk Smith Quasar Data Center assessing IT Departments

• Consider request and possible action on internal audit on Fire Departments.

• Consider approval of budget amendments BA2218, BA 2219, BA 2220 and BA2221 for Road and Bridge Precinct #1, #2, #3 and #4 CTIF Grant Award and other requests

• Consider cash donation from Toni McCarty to Cherokee County Historical Commission

• Consider accepting $42,140 from Valance Operating Company for road damages to CR 4912 in Precinct 4, and add money to Account 017-830-357 – Road Oil & Paving Materials

• Accept $803.50 check from City of New Summerfield for installation of a culvert on Hummingbird Lane, and add money into Precinct 4 Culverts and Permanent Structures, Account 017.830.359

• Consider/accept one or more precincts to purchase pickup trucks

• Consider setting the 2023 County Holidays calendar

• Consider setting the day of the week that the Commissioners’ Court will meet during the next fiscal year

• Consider approval of consent agenda that includes: Final Plat replatting Lot 2-N & Lot 2-D of Riata Units 1 and 2 and creating Lots 1-28 of the Preserve Subdivision in the Leonard W. Williams Survey, Abstract No. 939, Cherokee County, Texas. “Woods Drive” as shown on said plat, is a 3.566-acre Private Road for use by developer and lot owners, and maintenance of same is NOT Cherokee County, Texas; final plat replatting Lots 35 & 36 of Block B of Oak Point Subdivision into Lot 35R and Lot 36R of Block B of Oak Point Subdivision in the James Ford Survey, Abstract No. 269, Cherokee County, Texas. No Roads; Treasurer’s monthly reports for July and August 2022; Auditor’s Monthly Report for August 2022; Commissioners’ Court Minutes of Meetings; utility lines in each precinct; payment of bills, payroll and transfer of funds