The San Saba County Commissioners Court met Monday, August 10th in the County Judge’s Chambers. Judge Byron Theodosis called the meeting to order at 9 a.m. Rickey Lusty gave the invocation and everyone joined for the pledges to the American and Texas flags.
The Commissioners approved the following reports: County Clerk; County Treasurer and Justice of the Peace.
Sheriff Allen Brown gave the report that included getting the jail ready for a major state inspection the first week of September and deputies and city police will be monitoring school zone traffic.
The following reports were accepted by the Commissioners: County Extension Agents; County Indigent Health Care Program; County Grant Writer; County EMS; County Emergency Management Coordinator; County On-Site Sewage Facility; County 9-1-1 Coordinator; and County Trapper.
The Commissioners approved the following:
1. Retaining current fees on license plates for county roads and bridges.
2. The minutes of the previous Commissioners Court meeting.
3. The accounts payable.
The 2010 Budget was discussed as they get it ready for two public hearings.
One new employee was reported. The Burn Ban will remain in effect. Three items were tabled after some discussion. The next Commissioners Court meeting will be Monday, August 31st at 9 a.m.
Those in attendance were: County Judge Byron Theodosis; Commissioners Roger McGehee, Kenley Kroll, Rickey Lusty, Otis Judkins; Administrative Assistant Cathi Miles, County Clerk Kim Wells, County Treasurer Gayla Hawkins, Sheriff Allen Brown; County Deputy Bill Price, and San Saba News & Star Reporter Alice Smith.