Burn Ban Is Lifted; Budget Approved; Bids Reviewed; Memorandum of Understanding with Abilene Regional Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Approved

By: 
JOSEPH GRANT
Editor

The Nolan County Commissioner’s Court held their regular meeting in the County Courthouse, Sweetwater.
As the result of a week of rain and cooler weather, the burn ban was not reinstated and has been lifted.
The minutes for August 23 and 27 were approved without change.
The Nolan County Commissioner’s Court received and acknowledged the 2018/2019 Budget for Nolan County Auditor and District Court Reporter from Judge Glen Harrison. The budget was then approved in a motion by the Commission.
Among the action items on the agenda was to receive bids for two dump trucks for Precinct #1 & #3. and to receive bids for a new vibratory roller for all Precincts. The Commission requested to review the bid sheets before taking any action and this has been tabled for the next meeting. No action taken.
The Commission then approved Workers’ Compensation Renewal.
The Commission considered approval of Order of Appointed Precinct Election Judges and Alternate Judges for Elections and upon consideration, the motion was approved.
The Commissioners’ Court approved the Memorandum of Understanding with Abilene Regional Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse.
The Commissioners’ Court considered the approval of the District Clerk’s request to purchase filing cabinets from the Archive Budget and upon consideration, this motion was granted.
Reports from department heads. were received by the Commission
The Court then adjourned and the Commissioners’ Court went next door to the Commissioners’ Court Office to pay claims and do line item adjustments.
*The Nolan County Commissioner’s Court reserves the right to enter closed session on any of the above under the authority of 551.074, Texas Government Code

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