The San Saba County Commissioners Court met on Monday, December 12th at 9 a.m. in the County Judge’s Chambers. County Judge, Byron Theodosis, called the meeting to order and welcomed everyone to the Court. Commissioner, Kenley Kroll, gave the invocation followed by everyone joining for the pledges to the American and Texas flags. Commissioner Rickey Lusty was absent from the Court. Judge Theodosis read the San Saba County Proclamation in recognition of the Richland Springs High School Football Team 2011Division II 6 Man State Football Champions. Attending the Court from RSISD were Coach Jerry Burkhart; Superintendent, Don Fowler; and President of the School Board, Thurman Saxon. The Proclamation will be presented to the team when all team members are available. County Extension Agent, Carolyn McDowell, distributed information about two programs that were implemented this last year. The first is Do Well, Be Well with Diabetes, a program to improve blood glucose management. Five classes were held at Rylander Library with Kelly Tarpley, Dietitian for Llano Memorial Healthcare System; Janie Potts of Brady Home Health; Rita Reynolds, Professional Trainer; Kaye Clancey, Methodist Nurse; Wymond Kraft, San Saba EMS and Carolyn McDowell, County Agent. The second program is San Saba County 4-H Clothing Projects. The four members of the 4-H Clothing Task Force planned the 4-H Clothing Fun on June 1st; 4-H Sewing Camp on June 20th through 23rd; The Parade of Fashion held June 30th and the District Fashion Show held July 19th.County Extension Agent, Neal Alexander, gave information about Agriculture and other school projects including the Pecan Show and Farm Safety. Both Agents presented their yearly report.County Sheriff, Allen Brown, gave the following report:1. There are eight prisoners in the county jail and one jailed out of county.2. Deputies are making arrests on those who are breaking the law.3. A problem with the sewer line needs to be fixed at the jail.4. Two new dispatchers, Maria Perez and Kimberly Davis, are in training.5. Having some mechanical problem with one of the trucks.6. The deputies are making their patrols and keeping busy.7. The department has ordered two more portable breath units and also purchased three 22 caliber rifles.8. There will be maximum patroling during Christmas and New Years.9. There was a DWI accident Saturday evening. The car was demolished but the driver received minor injuries.10. The improvements at the tax office are complete.The Court approved the following action items:A. The minutes of the previous Court meeting by Clerk, Kim Wells.B. County Clerk, Kim Wells’ report.C. County Treasurer, Gayla Hawkins’ report.D. County Sheriff, Allen Brown’s report.E. County Justice of the Peace report by Judge Les Dawson.The following Non-Action Departmental Reports were received: County Judge; County Extension Agents; County Indigent Health Care Program; County Grant Writer;County EMS Billing; County Emergency Managment Coordinator County On-Site Sewage Facility; County 9-1-1 Coordinator; County Trapper.The Court took Action on the following items:a. Unanimously rejected order prohibiting certain fireworks in unincorporated areas of San Saba County.b. The Burn Ban lifted on October 24th will remain in effect.c. Approved the accounts payable presented by County Treasurer, Gayla Hawkins with the exception of #9468, tire purchases that needs to be adjusted.A Civil lawsuit against County Attorney, Tim Inman is being filed.The next Commissioners Court will be Wednesday, December 28th at 9 a.m. The County offices will be closed Monday December 26th and Monday January 2nd. The County Christmas Party will be at noon on Thursday, December 22nd.Judge Theodosis adjourned the meeting.