After a two-week rest, Brown County Commissioners Court will convene Monday with a 10-item agenda.
Three agenda items have to do with equipment purchases and Larry Traweek, Precinct 4 commissioner, will ask the court’s approval to purchase a 140-H motor grader. Precinct 2 Commissioner Joel Kelton is seeking approval for the purchase of two dump trucks, and Precinct 1 Commissioner Steve Adams will ask to purchase a single dump truck. Adams will also request approval for the purchase of sign material.
Other agenda items include the discussion and possible approval of employee changes in the Brown County Sheriff’s Office. County appraiser Don King will be submitting subdivision rules and regulations for the Texas Department of Transportation.
Commissioners will also discuss and review for approval a partner agreement with the May Independent School District for a Rapid Responder grant.
Judy Spivey and Lionela Rodriguez are to be appointed to the Brownwood - Brown County Child Welfare Board. If appointed, Spivey’s term will expire Oct. 1, 2009 and Rodriguez’s will expire Oct. 1, 2008.
The agenda includes a utility easement request on County Road 339 for Verizon. Precinct 2 Commissioner Richard Gist will submit that request.
The final agenda item is to amend the agreement with the City of Brownwood for election services.
Commissioners Court convenes at 9 a.m. Monday in the Brown County Courthouse. Normally, the court only meets in regular session the first three Mondays of the month, and so did not meet April 23, the fourth Monday, or April 30, the fifth Monday.