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Posted on: September 19, 2016


• Parker County Commissioners Court honored the country’s guiding legal document, the Constitution, declaring Sept. 17-23 as Constitution Week in Parker County at the request of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

• Approved all tax resale deeds.

• Approved advertising for Emergency Vehicle Equipment and Installation.

• Accepted donation of a 30 inch Cyanosafe bench top fuming chamber valued at $5,450 from Crimestoppers for use by the Sheriff’s Office.

• Authorized the execution of the Texas Pure H2O contract addendum to add a water dispenser for the District Attorney’s Office.

• Denied payment to AT&T for damage to line not buried properly.

• Approved interlocal agreement between Parker County and Willow Park for dispatch service.

• Approved orders for disposition by cremation of paupers.

• Approved purchase of a Mack Truck and a Skidsteer for Precinct 2.

• Renewed contracts with all libraries.

• Renewed contract with the Abandoned Cemetery Association.

• Renewed agreement with Wise County for inmate housing.

• Authorized payment for damages in Precinct 3 to Megan Chandler.

• Accepted into minutes previously approved contracts.

• Executed addendum to I-20 Centerpoint Interchange and frontage road improvements.

• Heard monthly report on traffic counter at Ric Williamson Memorial Highway and I-20 showing an average of over 10,000 vehicles a day using the roadway.

• Appointed Brandon Tatarevich To ESD 1 Board of Commissioners.

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