The San Saba County Commissioners Court was held on Monday, April 9th 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. County Commissioner, Kenley Kroll gave the invocation followed by everyone joining for the pledges to the American and Texas flags.The following County Official and Departmental reports were approved subject to audit: County Clerk, County Treasurer, Justice of the Peace, and County Sheriff and Jail. The Jail report was verified by Commissioner Kroll. The Court accepted non-action reports from the following: County Extension Agents, County Trapper, County Indigent Funds, and other departments. The Court approved minutes of the previous Commissioners Court.County Sheriff, Allen Brown distributed the following information: 1. Fifteen were booked in at the jail in eight days/nine were alcohol or narcotic related offences.2. Currently there are six prisoners in the county jail and six jailed out of county.3. New security procedures are in place/authorized personnel only at jail/ locked down 24-7.4. New policies and changes need to be implemented for high profile prisoners.5. The Sheriff gave each member of the court a copy of the Certificate of Compliance for the San Saba County Jail duly inspected on April 3rd and has been found on that date to be in compliance with Texas Minimum Jail Standards.6. Gave each member of the court a copy of a letter from Adan Munoz, Jr. Executive Director of the Texas Commission On Jail Standards that accompanied the Certificate. Munoz stated, “This certificate attests, signifies and demonstrates your department’s dedication and professionalism in providing a safe, secure and sanitary facility. The citizens of San Saba County should be proud of your efforts, as is the Texas Commission on Jail Standards.” 7. Gave information regarding the March 25th homicide, attempted murder and kidnapping that occurred in our county.Dora Miller gave a SECO Stimulus Grant update. This grant of limited funds will be used to replace the damaged roof on the County Courthouse Annex. The Court will solicit bids as soon as possible for the work to be done by the June 30th deadline. Action was taken on the following Special Action Items:A. A Conservation Contract for access by Emergency Vehicles was approved for Pct. 1.B. Discussed Out-of-County Medical Examiners Fees.C. Discussed the Texas Historical Commission Emergency Funds Award.D. Approved the Accounts Payable presented by County Treasurer, Gayla Hawkins.E. The next Commissioners Court will be Monday, April 30th at 9 a.m.The Court discussed an alternate member to the Hill Country Transit Commission so that San Saba County can be represented at all the meetings. Marsha Hardy reported to the court that after some adjustments in the accounting and reports, the San Saba County Indigent program funds is within the budgeted amount at this time. Judge Theodosis adjourned the Court. The following attended the Court: County Judge, Byron Theodosis; County Clerk, Kim Wells; County Treasurer, Gayla Hawkins; County Sheriff, Allen Brown; Chief Deputy, Bill Price; JOP Judge, Les Dawson; County Coordinator, Marsha Hardy; Administrative Assistant, Cathi Miles; San Saba News & Star Reporter, Alice Smith.