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The State of Texas {}
County of Burnet    {}      On this the 12th day of April, 2011, the Burnet County Commissioners Court met in regular session. The following members of the court were present:
             
AGENDA
 
 
1. Call to Order
 
2. Invocation.
 
3. Pledge of Allegiance to the flag of the United States.
 
4. Pledge of Allegiance to the Texas State Flag. “"Honor the Texas flag; I pledge allegiance to thee, Texas, one state under God, one and indivisible."
 
5. Announcements and comments from the public. At this time, any person with business before the Commissioner’s Court not scheduled on the agenda may speak to the Court. No formalaction can be taken on these items at this meeting. No discussion or deliberation can occurduring publics’ comments. Comments regarding specific agenda items should occur when the item is called.
 
6. Presentation of Letters of Persuasion by the 4th grade class of Mrs. Nelson from the R.J. Ritchy elementary school. (Klaeger)
 
7. Presentation from the Texas Historical Commission to the Burnet County HistoricalCommission for the 2010 Distinguished Service Award. (Klaeger)
 
8. Presentation of a Proclamation recognizing Billy Bouhger from Precinct 4. (Dockery)
 
9. Presentation of a Proclamation recognizing National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. (Klaeger/Arredondo)
 
10. Discussion and/or action regarding a resolution declaring April as Burnet CountyGovernment Month and county activities. (Klaeger)
 
11. Presentation of a proclamation declaring Burnet County Volunteer Appreciation Week. (Klaeger)
 
12. Acknowledgement of receipt of Resolutions from the City of Horseshoe Bay rejecting the inclusion of the City’s ETJ in proposed ESD #3 and ESD #6. (Dockery)
 
13. Discussion and/or action regarding a burn ban for the unincorporated areas of Burnet County. (Klaeger/Darling)
 
14. Discussion and/or action regarding the updated FEMA flood plain maps. (Klaeger/Darling)
 
15. Discussion and/or action regarding a replat of all of Lot 33 of Stone Mountain as recorded in Cabinet 3, Slide 179B-180DS of the plat records of Burnet County to be known as Lot 33A and33B of Stone Mountain. (Neve/Griffith)
 
16. Discussion and/or action regarding a replat of all of Lot 2AA and 2C of Stone Mountain as recorded in Cabinet 4, Slide 114A-114B of the plat records of Burnet County to be known as Lot 2AAA and 2CC of Stone Mountain. (Neve/Griffith)
 
17. Discussion and/or action regarding replat of all of Lots 1 through 9 and Lot 15 of Lakeview Subdivision as recorded in Cabinet 1, Slide 184C-D of the plat records of Burnet County and aportion of Lot 1 Campa Pajama Subdivision, as recorded in Volume 106, Page 212 of the DeedRecords of Burnet County to be known as Lot 1B of Campa Pajama Subdivision and Lots 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A, 5A, 6A, 7A, 8A, 9A and 15A of Lake View Subdivision. (Neve/Griffith)
 
18. Discussion and/or action regarding County Master Service Interlocal Contract between Harris County Department of Education and Burnet County. (Neve/Ford)
 
19. Presentation from the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization regarding development of the next travel model. (Klaeger/K. Lancaster)
 
20. Discussion and/or action regarding a letter from TxDOT asking Burnet County to submit requests for roadway materials. (Klaeger)
 
21. 11:30am – Presentation of the Burnet County Transportation Plan. (Klaeger)
 
22. Discussion and/or action regarding US 2010 Census for Burnet County: (Klaeger)
a. Meeting with municipalities regarding data concerns.
b. Census Count Question Resolution Program
 
23. Discussion and/or action on Burnet County Community Issues: (Klaeger)
a. Transportation
b. Water Issues, including but not limited to:
1. utility sales
2. water management plan
3. water supply plan
4. TWDB grant
5. Conservation
c. City/County collaborations
d. Household Hazard Waste collection up-date
e. Subdivision regulations
f. Legislative issues, including but not limited to:
1. redistricting
2. IHC/IDC
3. TxDOT
4. TDCJ Rehabilitation programs
5. Water issues
6. MHMR/Jail – resolution
7. Lifting burn bans
8. Magistrate bill
9. Jail Standards
10. Unfunded mandates
 
24. Discussion and/or action regarding the Burnet County Jail. (Klaeger)
a. ratification of Interlocal Agreements with any Texas County for the housing of inmates at the Burnet County Jail signed by the County Judge.
b. Contract modification(s) of agreement with Southwest Corrections/Burnet County/TDCJ.
c. Polk Street Jail
d. Refinance
e. Certificate of Compliance
f. INS inspection
 
25. Executive Session: Discussion with Burnet County Commissioner’s Court and legal counsel in accordance with Texas Government Codes 551.071 regarding:
1. Pending or contemplated multiple warrant issues leading to anticipated litigation.
2. Barbara Kline v. Burnet County, Civil Action No. SA-10-CA-0198-FB in the United States District Court of the Western District of Texas, San Antonio Division.
 
26. Reconvene in Open Session (Klaeger)
 
27. Discussion and/or action regarding items discussed in Executive Session. (Klaeger)
 
28. Discussion and/or action regarding grant application(s)/proposal(s)/acceptance. (Klaeger/Carter)
a. FY2012 Task Force on Indigent Defense Discretionary Grant resolution
b. HHW Collection report and thank you notes.
c. Approval to submit “thank you” ad to area newspapers for HHW Adopt-A-Barrel donor suing HHW reserve funds.
 
29. Discussion and/or action regarding department reports: (Klaeger)
 
30. Acknowledgement of receipt of report from the Burnet County Sheriff’s Office regarding data gathered in accordance with the Texas Racial Profiling Law (SB Mp 1-74). (Klaeger)
 
31. Discussion and/or action regarding 2011 Annual Membership Dues for the South Texas County Judges’ and Commissioners’ Association. (Klaeger)
 
32. Discussion and/or action concerning contracts or agreements. (Klaeger)
a. Interlocal agreement with Burnet County and LCRA to secure funds from the City of Granite Shoals Supplemental Environmental Program. (Dockery)
b. TAC Renewal application for Crime/Auto Physical Damage/Auto Liability/General Liability/Public Officials Liability. (Lester)
c. Contract with Web Manager to work on Tourism web site; paid by Hotel/Motel Tax.
 
33. Presentation of Burnet County 2011 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) by Neffendorf, Knopp, Doss & Company. (Klaeger/Fisher/Neffendorf)
 
34. Presentation of TAC Healthy County Wellness/Weight Watchers at Work Program. (Klaeger/D. Fisher)
 
35. Discussion and/or action regarding an update of County building keys and policy for
security purposes. (Klaeger/Gumbert/Smith) 
 
36. Discussion and/or action regarding an audit of collectible fees by Burnet County. (Klaeger/Fisher)
 
37. Discussion and/or action regarding a request for approval for benefits for an employee going from part-time to full-time; divided between two departments. (Klaeger/Savage)
 
38. Discussion and/or action regarding authorizing a hand check to Cheryl Baca for a previously approved claim during Commissioner’s Court on 12.14.10 as compensation for a right-of-wayparcel. (Dockery)
 
39. Discussion and/or action regarding a bid from the Central Appraisal District on Lot K15059, Horseshoe Bay South. (Klaeger/Hemphill)
 
40. Acknowledgement of receipt of a letter from the Juvenile Probation Department identifying a surplus of $38,797.08 payable to Burnet County. (Klaeger)
 
41. Acknowledgement of receipt of the Burnet County Monthly Treasurer’s Report for February2011. (Klaeger/Crownover)
 
42. Call for Bids/Requests for Proposals. Discussion and/or action on bid/RFP openings or submitted bids.
 
43. Consideration and/or approval of any pending personnel issues.
 
44. Consideration and/or approval of the use of Justice of the Peace technology funds to cover Odyssey expenses. (Klaeger/Fisher)
 
45. Payroll approval.
 
46. Acceptance of reports of County Officials as required by LGC 115.02 previously examined by County Auditor.
 
47. Discussion and/or action regarding Departmental equipment requests and/or property transfers.
 
48. Discussion and/or action concerning budget line item transfers.
 
49. Discussion and/or action concerning budget amendments.
 
50. Discussion and/or action concerning 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 budget issues.
 
51. Consideration and authorization of payment of claims previously approved by the County Auditor.
 
52. Approval of minutes of previous meetings.
 
53. Discussion and/or action regarding reports on old business.
 
54. Future agenda review.
 
55. Correspondence.
 
56. Calendar Review
 
57. Adjournment.
 
             
Item #1:
Call to Order    
 
 
Judge Klaeger called the court to order.
             
Item #2:
Invocation         
 
 
Judge Klaeger gave the invocation.
             

Item #3:
Pledge              The court led the Pledge of Allegiance to the United States Flag.

 
             
Item #4:
Pledge              The court led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Texas State Flag.
 
             
Item #5:
Comments
 
 
Judge Klaeger introduced the commissioners court and other elected officials to the 4th grade class from R.J. Richey Elementary School.
             
Item # 6:
R. J. Ritchey Elementary Students
 
 
The court heard a presentation of Letters of Persuasion by Ms. Nelson's 4th grade class from R.J. Ritchey Elementary School. Doke Wilson, Jess Luther and Don Paul Everett read letters of persuasion to commissioners court on the benefits of wind power.
             
Item # 5:
Comments
 
 
Jo Karr Tedder thanked the court for support of the Bluebonnet Festival. Ms. Tedder stated the rice farmers will be coming to the Highland Lakes for a visit in the near future.
 
Comm. Hibler extended condolences to the family of Cary Johnson on the loss of his wife, Suzanne.
             
Item # 7:
Burnet County Historical Commission 2010 Distingusihed Service Award
 
 
The court presented to the Burnet County Historical Commission the 2010 Distinguished Service Award. 
  Attachments:
  Letter
 
             
Item #8:
Proclamation - Billy Bougher
 
 
The court recognized Billy Bougher from Precinct #4.  Motion was made by Comm. Graeter to approve a Proclamation recognizing Billy Bougher from Precinct #4. Comm. Hibler seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
  Attachments:
  Proclamation
 
             
Item #15:
Replat - Lot 33 Stone Mountain Subdivision
 
 
The court discussed action regarding a replat for all of Lot 33 of Stone Mountain as recorded in Cabinet 3, Slide 179B-180D of the plat records of Burnet County to be known as Lot 33A and 33B Stone Mountain Subdivision. Robert Griffith with Cuplin & Associates presented the replat. Motion was made by Comm. Hibler to approve the replat for all of Lot 33 of Stone Mountain as recorded in Cabinet 3, Slide 179-B-180D of the plat records of Burnet County to be known as Lot 33A and 33B Stone Mountain Subdivision. Comm. Neve seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously. 
  Attachments:
  Replat
  Notice
 
             
Item #16:
Re-Plat - Lot 2AA and 2C Stone Mountain Subdivision
 
 
The court discussed action regarding the replat for all of Lot 2AA and 2C Stone Mountain Subdivision as recorded in Cabinet 4, Slide 114A-114B of the plat records of Burnet County to be known as Lot 2AAA and 2CC of Stone Mountain Subdivision.  Robert Griffith with Cuplin & Associates presented the replat. Motion was made by Comm. Neve to approve replat for all of Lot 2AA and 2C Stone Mountain Subdivision as recorded in Cabinet 4, Slide 114A-114B of the plat records of Burnet County to be known as Lot 2AAA and 2CCC of Stone Mountain upon obtaining the signatures of all property owners on the replat. Comm. Hibler seconded the motion. Comm. Neve stated he will sign the replat after all property owners signatures have been obtained. The motion passed unanimously. 
 
  Attachments:
  Replat
  Notice
 
             
Item #17:
Replat - Lots 1-9 and Lot 15 Lakeview Subdivision
 
 
The court discussed action regarding replat of all of Lots 1-9 and Lot 15 Lakeview Subdivision as recorded in Cabinet 1, Slide 184C-D of the plat records of Burnet County and a portion of Lot 1 Campa Pajama Subdivision, as recorded in Volume 106, Page 212 of the Deed Records of Burnet County to be known as Lot 1B of Campa Pajama Subdivision and Lots 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A, 5A, 6A, 7A, 8A, 9A and 15A of Lakeview Subdivision. Robert Griffith with Cuplin & Associates presented the replat.  Motion was made by Comm. Neve to approve the replat of all of Lot 1-9 and Lot 15 Lakeview Subdivision as recorded in Cabinet 1, Slide 184C-D of the plat records of Burnet County and a portion of Lot 1 Campa Pajama Subdivision, as recorded in Volume 106, Page 212 Deed Records of Burnet County to be known as Lot 1B of Campa Pajama Subdivision and Lots 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A, 5A, 6A, 7A, 8A, 9A and 15A of Lakeview Subdivision. Comm. Dockery seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
  Attachments:
  Replat
 
             
Item #9:
Proclamation:  National Crime Victims' Right Week
 
 
Katherine McAnally, Assistant County Attorney and Gaby Castrjano, Victims Assistance Service Coordinator presented the Proclamation recognizing National Crime Victims' Rights Week.  Motion was made by Comm. Dockery to approve a Proclamation recognizing National Crime Victims' Rights Week. Comm. Neve seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
  Attachments:
  Proclamation
 
             
Item #13:
Burn Ban
 
 
The court discussed action regarding a burn ban for the unincorporated areas of Burnet County.  Herb Darling with Environmental Services recommended the burn ban remain in place. The court took no action.
  Attachments:
  Report
  Letter
 
             
Item #14:
FEMA Flood Plain Maps
 
 
 
The court discussed action regarding the updated FEMA Flood Plain Maps.  Herb Darling with Environmental Services stated mid June is the target date for the updated FEMA Flood Plain Maps.
             
Item #22:
US 2010 Census for Burnet County
 
 
The court discussed action regarding US 2010 Census for Burnet County.  Jenny Barr with Environmental Services addressed 2010 census.
(a). Meeting with municipalities regarding data concern. Ms. Barr reported that the Cities of Granite Shoals and Marble Falls have concerns with the census count. The City of Marble Falls will not pursue this issue. 
 
(b) Census Count Resolution Program. The court reported a web seminar is available and the information has been forwarded to all the cities. The court took no action.
  Attachments:
  Resolution
  Letter
 
             
Item # 24:
Burnet County Jail
 
 
The court discussed action regarding the Burnet County Jail. (a) Ratification of Interlocal Agreements with any Texas County for the housing of inmates at the Burnet County Jail signed by the County Judge. Judge Klaeger stated the county has received a contract with the U.S. Marshall Service for the housing of inmates at the Polk Street Jail. Motion was made by Comm. Neve to approve a contract with the U.S. Marshall Service for the housing of inmates at the Polk Street Jail. Comm. Hibler seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
 
(b) Contract modification(s) of agreement with Southwestern Corrections/Burnet County/TDCJ. Rodney Cooper with Southwestern Corrections presented a contract with Johnson County to house county inmates if the jail is overcrowded. Motion was made by Comm. Neve to approve an agreement with Johnson County to house county inmates if the jail is overcrowded. Comm. Dockery seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
 
The court reported that Burnet County/Southwestern Corrections continue to negotiate with the State of Texas for current TDCJ beds.
 
(e) Certificate of Compliance. (f) INS inspection. The court reported on an INS inspection at the jail. The jail passed the jail standards inspection. The court took no action.
 
(c) Polk Street Jail. The court had no report.
 
(d) Refinance. The court had no report.
 
Allie Venne, Jail Administration Manager presented an Odyssey update on the jail.
  Attachments:
  Agreement
  Letter
  Agreement
 
             
Item # 28:
Grants
 
 
The court discussed action regarding grant applications/ proposals and acceptance. (a) FY2012 Task Force on Indigent Defense Discretionary Grant resolution. Motion was made by Comm. Neve to approve the FY2012 Task Force on Indigent Defense Discretionary Grant resolution. Comm. Dockery seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
 
(b) HHW Collection report and thank you notes. Comm. Dockery presented a report on the HHW collection that was held in the county. The court took no action.
 
(c) Approval to submit "thank you" ad to area newspapers for HHW Adopt-A-Barrel donor using HHW reserve funds. The county will send a letter to the editors of all local newspapers thanking donors who participated in the HHW Adopt-A-Barrel program.  
  Attachments:
  Report
  Grant
  Letters
 
             
Item # 51:
Claims
 
 
The court discussed the consideration and authorization of payment of claims previously approved by the County Auditor. Motion was made by Comm. Hibler to approve the authorization of payment of claims previously approved by the County Auditor. Comm. Neve seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
             
Item # 38:
Cheryl Baca: Hand Check Approval
 
 
The court discussed action regarding authorizing a hand check to Cheryl Baca for a previously approved claim during Commissioner's Court on 12.14.10 as compensation for a right-of -way parcel. Motion was made by Comm. Hibler to approve authorization of a hand check to Cheryl Baca as compensation for a right-of-way parcel. Comm. Neve seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
  Attachments:
  Request
 
             
Item # 33:
Burnet County 2011 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
 
 
The court had no report.
             
Item # 37:
Employee Benefits Divided by Departments
 
 
The court had no report.
             
Item # 10:
Burnet County Government Month
 
 
The court discussed action regarding a resolution declaring April as Burnet County Government Month and county activities. Judge Klaeger reported the county employee picnic will be held on April 29th at the Galloway Hammond Pavilion. Motion was made by Comm. Hibler to approve the purchase of the food for the picnic from the four precincts. Comm. Graeter seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.  
 
Motion was made by Comm. Hibler to approve a resolution declaring the month of April as Burnet County Government Month. Comm. Neve seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
  Attachments:
  Resolution
 
             
Item # 11:
Burnet County Volunteer Appreciation Week
 
 
The court discussed a presentation of a proclamation declaring Burnet County Volunteer Appreciation Week. Motion was made by Comm. Neve to approve a proclamation declaring Burnet County Volunteer Appreciation Week. Comm. Hibler seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
  Attachments:
  Resolution
 
             
Item # 12:
Resolutions: City of Horseshoe Bay ESD #3 & ESD #6
 
 
The court discussed acknowledgment of receipt of Resolutions from the City of Horseshoe Bay rejecting the inclusion of the City's ETJ in proposed ESD #3 and ESD #6. Judge Klaeger acknowledged receipt of Resolutions from the City of Horseshoe Bay rejecting the inclusion of the City's ETJ in proposed ESD #3 and ESD #6. The court took no action.
  Attachments:
  Resolution
  Resolution
 
             
Item # 20:
TxDOT Letter: Roadway Materials
 
 
The court discussed action regarding a letter from TxDOT asking Burnet County to submit requests for roadway materials. Comm. Hibler stated he will submit a letter to TxDOT requesting roadway materials. The court took no action. 
  Attachments:
  Letter
 
             
Item # 23:
Burnet County Community Issues
 
 
The court discussed action on Burnet County Community Issues: (a) Transportation. Judge Klaeger reported a CAMPO and TAZ presentation will occur at 11:00 today in Commissioner's Court.
 
(b) Water Issues, including but not limited to: (1) Utility Sales. Judge Klaeger reported on the forming of a formal coalition by several cities and Hays and Travis Counties. Bastrop County will be deciding in the near future on joining the coalition. Burnet County is being requested to participate in this coalition. Motion was made by Comm. Neve to appoint Judge Klaeger to serve on this coalition committee representing Burnet County. Comm. Hibler seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
 
(2) Water Management Plan. Judge Klaeger presented an update on the water management plan. The court took no action.
 
(3) Water Supply Plan. Judge Klaeger reported that reservoirs are a topic of interest with LCRA as a water supply. The court took no action.
 
(4) TWDB grant. Judge Klaeger reported that LCRA utilities will be included in the plan. A Water Development Board Grant meeting is scheduled for May 26th at the Burnet Community Center from 2:00p.m.- 4:00p.m.
 
(5) Conservation. Judge Klaeger reported that TCEQ is disseminating information on water curtailment.
 
(c) City/County Collaboration. The court had no report.
 
(d) Household Hazardous Waste collection update. The court had no report.
 
(e) Subdivision Regulations. The court had no report.
 
(f) Legislative issues, including but not limited to: (1) Redistricting. Judge Klaeger reported a workshop will be scheduled concerning county redistricting and the current status of state redistricting.
 
(2) IHC/IDC. (3) TxDOT. (4) TDCJ Rehabilitation programs. (5) Water Issues. (6) MHMR/Jail-resolutions. (7) Lifting burn bans. (8) Magistrate Bill. (9) Jail Standards. (10) Unfunded mandates. Judge Klaeger reported that Representative Donna Howard submitted a Sunset Bill for LCRA. Motion was made by Comm. Neve to authorize the County Judge to make contact with the sixteen (16) counties in the LCRA area concerning support of the this bill. The motion passed unanimously.
  Attachments:
  Notice
  Letter
  Letter
  Resolution
  Notice
  Resolution
 
             

Item # 43:
Personnel Issues

 
 
The court discussed the consideration and approval of any pending personnel issues. The court discussed the establishment of a magistrate position by statute. Motion was made by Comm. Neve that Judge Nelson's benefit package moves with her. Comm. Graeter seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
             
Item # 23:
Burnet County Community Issues
 
 
(f) Legislative issues, including but not limited to: (7) Lifting burn ban. Judge Klaeger updated the court on the status of a bill filed that eases the lifting a burn ban. (10) Unfunded mandates. Judge Klaeger reported the State of Texas might not have a complete budget until the end of August.
             
Recess:
 
 
The court recessed for ten minutes.
             
Reconvene:
 
 
The court reconvened at 11:20a.m. with all members of the court present.
             
Item # 19:
Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) Presentation
 
 
The court heard a presentation from CAMPO regarding development of the next travel model update. The court took no action.
  Attachments:
  Chart
 
             
Item # 21:
Burnet County Transportation Plan
 
 
The court presented the Burnet County 2010 Transportation Plan. The court expressed appreciation to all who worked for approximately three years on the plan. Betty Voights with CAPCOG addressed the court. Carlos Lopez and Elizabeth Prestwood with TxDOT addressed the court. The court took no action.
  Attachments:
  Plan
 
             
Recess:
 
 
The court recessed for lunch until 1:30p.m.
             
Reconvene:
 
 
The court reconvened at 1:30p.m. with all members of the court present.
             
Item # 25:
Executive Session
 
 
The court went into Executive Session for discussion with Burnet County Commissioner's Court and legal counsel in accordance with Texas Government Codes 551.071 regarding: (1) Pending or contemplated multiple warrant issues leading to anticipated litigation. (2) Barbara Kline v. Burnet County, Civil Action No. SA-10-CA-0198-FB in the United States District Court of the Western District of Texas, San Antonio Division.
             
Item # 26:
Reconvene Open Session
 
 
The court reconvened in open session with all members present.
             
Item # 27:
Executive Session
 
 
The court discussed action regarding items discussed in Executive Session. Eddie Arredondo, County Attorney stated no action was taken in executive session. The court was given an update. The court took no action. 
 
             
Item # 39:
Central Appraisal District Bid: Lot K15059, Horseshoe Bay South
 
 
The court discussed action regarding a bid from the Central Appraisal District on Lot K15059, Horseshoe Bay South. Stan Hemphill, Chief Appraiser presented a bid for Lot K15059, Horseshoe Bay South in the amount of $2,227.20. Motion was made by Comm. Neve to accept the bid in the amount of $2,227.20 for Lot K15059, Horseshoe Bay South. Comm. Hibler seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
  Attachments:
  Resolution
 
             
Item # 18:
County Master Service Interlocal Contract
 
 
The court discussed action regarding County Master Service Interlocal Contract between Harris County Department of Education and Burnet County. Davis Ford made a presentation for County Master Service Interlocal Contract. Motion was made by Comm. Dockery to approve the County Master Service Interlocal Contract between Harris County Department of Education and Burnet County. Comm. Neve seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
  Attachments:
  Contract
 
             
Item # 30:
Texas Racial Profiling Law Report
 
 
The court discussed acknowledgment of receipt of report from the Burnet County Sheriff's Office regarding data gathered in accordance with the Texas Racial Profiling Law (SB Mp 1-74). Judge Klaeger acknowledged receipt of the report from the Burnet County Sheriff's Office regarding data gathered in accordance with the Texas Racial Profiling Law (SB Mp 1-74). The court took no action.
  Attachments:
  Report
 
             
Item # 35:
County Building Keys & Policy
 
 
The court discussed action regarding an update of county building keys and policy for security purposes. Richard Gumbert, Maintenance Supervisor requested the court adopt a key policy. This agenda item will be placed back on the agenda in the future after meeting with the Sheriff. The court took no action.
  Attachments:
  Policy
 
             
Item # 36:
Audit: Collectible Fees
 
 
The court discussed action regarding an audit of collectible fees by Burnet County. Motion was made by Comm. Dockery to approve establishing a fingerprinting fee of $5.00 at the request of the Sheriff. Comm. Hibler seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
  Attachments:
  Report
 
             
Item # 41:
County Treasurer February Report
 
 
The court discussed acknowledgment of receipt of the Burnet County Monthly Treasurer's Report for February, 2011. Karrie Crownover, County Treasurer presented the Treasurer's Report for February, 2011. The court took no action.
             
Item # 34:
TAC Healthy County/Wellness Weight Watchers
 
 
DeAnne Fisher, Assistant County Treasurer presented the TAC Healthy County Wellness/Weight Watchers at Work Program. Ms. Fisher will submit this information on the TAC Healthy County Wellness Program to all county employees.
 
The court discussed offering a benefit for county staff that will be attending CPR classes which will be held during work hours. The court took no action.
             
Item # 31:
South Texas County Judges & Commissioners Association Dues
 
 
The court discussed action regarding 2011 annual membership dues for the South Texas Judges and Commissioners Association. Motion was made by Comm. Dockery to approve the 2011 annual membership dues for the South Texas Judges and Commissioners Association. Comm. Hibler seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
  Attachments:
  Letter
 
             
Item # 23:
Burnet County Community Issues
 
 
 
The court discussed action on Burnet County Community Issues: (f) Legislative issues, including but not limited to: (3) TxDOT. Motion was made by Comm. Hibler to approve a Resolution Supporting Scenic Texas which supports HB 1360. Comm. Graeter seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
  Attachments:
  Resolution
 
             
Item # 32:
Contracts/Agreements
 
 
 
The court discussed action concerning contracts or agreements. (a) Interlocal agreement with Burnet County and LCRA to secure from the City of Granite Shoals Supplemental Environmental Program. Motion was made by Comm. Dockery to approve an Interlocal Agreement with Burnet County and LCRA to secure from the City of Granite Shoals Supplemental Environmental Program. Comm. Neve seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
 
(B) TAC renewal application for Crime/Auto Physical Damage/Auto Liability/General Liability/Public Officials Liability. Motion was made by Comm. Hibler to approve TAC renewal application for Crime/Auto Physical Damage/Auto Liability/General Liability/Public Officials Liability. Comm. Dockery seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously. 
 
 
(c) Contract with Web Manager to work on tourism web site; site paid by Hotel/Motel Tax. The court took no action.
  Attachments:
  Agreement
  Agreement
 
             
Item # 36:
Audit: Collectible Fees
 
 
The court discussed action regarding an audit of collectible fees by Burnet County Auditor. The court discussed collectible fees. The court took no action.
             
Item # 40:
Juvenile Probation Department Letter
 
 
The court discussed acknowledgment of receipt of a letter from the Juvenile Probation Department identifying a surplus of $38,797.08 payable to Burnet County. Judge Klaeger acknowledged receipt of a letter from the Juvenile Probation Department identifying a surplus of $38,797.08. The court took no action.
  Attachments:
  Letter
 
             
Item # 42:
Bids 
 
 
The court took no action.
             
Item # 43:
Personnel
 
 
The court discussed the consideration or approval of any pending personnel issues. Motion was made by Comm. Hibler to approve pending personnel action forms. Comm. Dockery seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
             
Item # 44:
Justice of Peace Technoloy Funds
 
 
The court discussed the consideration or approval of the use of Justice of Peace technology funds to cover Odyssey expenses. Motion was made by Comm. Hibler to approve the use of Justice of Peace technology funds to cover Odyseey expenses. Comm. Graeter seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
  Attachments:
  Request
 
             
Item # 45:
Payroll Approval
 
 
The court discussed payroll approval. Motion was made by Comm. Hibler to approve payroll in the amount of $340,577.21. Comm. Graeter seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
             
Item # 46:
County Official Reports
 
 
The court discussed the acceptance of reports of County Officials as required by LGC 115.02 previously examined by County Auditor. Motion was made by Comm. Dockery to approve acceptance of the following County Officials as required by LGC 115.02 previously examined by County Auditor: County Attorney, County Clerk, Justice of Peace 2, Justice of Peace 3, Justice of Peace 4, Leticia Rasmussen; Texas AgriLife Extension Service, Wade Hibler; Texas AgriLife Extension Service, Constable Precinct 1, Election Administrator, 911 Addressing, Constable 2, Constable 3, Sheriff's Auto Theft Task Force, Environmental Services and January and February 2011 Auditor Reports. Comm. Neve seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
             
Item # 47:
Property Transfers/Equipment Request
 
 
The court discussed action regarding departmental equipment requests and/or property transfers. Motion was made by Comm. Hibler to approve property transfers. Comm. Neve seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously. 
             
Item # 48:
Budget Line Item Transfers
 
 
The court discussed action concerning budget line item transfers. Motion was made by Comm. Dockery to approve budget line item transfers. Comm. Neve seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
             
Item # 49:
Budget Amendments
 
 
The court discussed action concerning budget amendments. Motion was made by Comm. Dockery to approve budget amendments. Comm. Neve seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
             
Item # 50:
2011-2012 Budget Issues
 
 
The court discussed action concerning 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 budget issues. The court took no action.
             
Item # 52:
Minutes
 
 
The court took no action.
             
Item # 53:
Old Business
 
 
The court took no action.
             
Item # 54:
Agenda Review
 
 
The court discussed future agenda review.
             
Item # 55:
Correspondence
 
 
The court had no report.
             
Item # 56:
Calendar Review
 
 
The court discussed calendar review.
             
Item # 52:
Minutes
 
 
The court discussed the approval of minutes of previous meetings. Motion was made by Comm. Neve to approve the following minutes of previous meetings: March 11th, March 14th, March 16th and March 22nd. Comm. Graeter seconded the minutes. The motion passed unanimously.
             
Item # 57:
Adjournment
 
 
Motion was made by Comm. Neve to adjourn. Comm. Hibler seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
             
 
 
 
 

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