The San Saba County Commissioners Court was held on Thursday, October 11th at 9:00 a.m. County Judge, Byron Theodosis called the Court to order and welcomed everyone, and noted that Commissioner Rickey Lusty was absent. 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/District Clerk, Kim Wells; County Treasurer, Gayla Hawkins; County Justice of the Peace, Les Dawson; County Sheriff, Allen Brown. Commissioner Kenley Kroll verified the Jail Report. Non-Action Departmental Reports were also received.The Court took action on the following items:A. Approved Resolution to repair Regency Bridge - sharing cost with Mills County and funds from TxDOT and Federal Bridge Program. After the presentation, the Council approved refinancing these loans into a one 5 year term loan at 2.9% with Government Capital. c. Ordinance No. 2012 was discussed regarding the alleyway that was the topic of the Public Hearing. It was approved to close 5' of a 10' abandoned alleyway in the Lindley Subdivision to the City of San Saba and authorizes the purchase of said property by Robert Millican, Mike Millican, and Margaret (Kay) Millican Thompson who will be responsible for all associated costs. Stan Weik, City Manager, gave the following report: 1. The City has hired Charles (Chuck) Jennings, PGA golf pro, to be manager of the San Saba River Golf Course. 2. The Streets Committee and Parks committee are making progress in their plans.3. Keep San Saba Beautiful and City of San Saba will host a City Wide cleanup party on October 27th. 4. Several organizations are helping with improvements at the Senior Center. 5. The property extension project at the airport is moving forward. 6. Visitors to the area are seeing the changes being done to beautify the city. Tony Guidroz, Tourism/Economic Development, reported on the Pecan Capital Street Dance VII starring Curtis Potter October 6th, and the upcoming San Saba River Pecan Jam Festivival Saturday, October 20th.Mayor Jordan adjourned the meeting at 6:35 p.m.