The Commissioners' Court of San Saba County held its regular monthly meeting on January 14th in Judge Byron Theodosis' Chambers.
Those present were Judge Theodosis, Kim Wells, and Commissioners: Otis Judkins, Ricky Lusty, and Kenley Kroll. Commissioner Roger McGehee had a personal appointment. Others present were: Gayla Hawkins, Marsha Hardy, Doug Clancey, David Williams, and Cathi Miles.
Judge Theodosis called the meeting to order and Mr. Lusty gave the invocation and led the Pledge of Allegiance.
The following action was taken by the Commissioners' Court:
• The Court approved permitting the Pavich wedding ceremony at the Wedding Oak, temporarily obstructing CR200 (China Creek Road) on April 1, 2008, around noon to 3:00 p.m., subject to hiring off-duty deputies to secure both ends of the obstructions and allowing it to become a lane, if needed, for emergency vehicles;
• The Court approved authorizing the Historical Commission to alter bylaws;
• The Court discussed, and tabled partial payments of rents and leveling of city lots as accord and satisfaction of parties injured in the HUD Home Program;
• The Court approved Proclamation 2008-01, which designates the month of January to honor the Richland Springs High School 6-Man Football State Champs;
• The Court approved the only bid for new belly dump trailers for Precincts 1 and 2, and approved the offer from Bruckner to purchase two new belly dump trailers for $26,000 each.
• The Court approved authorization of the County Judge to issue Notice (LGC 116.022) for applications to contract for four years as County Depository to take place in May of 2008;
• The Burn ban was discussed and is still in effect; and
• The Court approved Accounts Payable.