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Agendas and Minutes

 

 

 

PUBLIC NOTICE
REGULAR COMMISSIONERS COURT MEETING
JIM HOGG CO. COURTHOUSE, 102 E. TILLEY
HEBBRONVILLE, TX 78361
DEC. 12, 2016
9:30 A.M.
 
16-12-001 CALL TO ORDER BY THE HONORABLE HUMBERTO GONZALEZ COUNTY JUDGE
16-12-002 ROLL CALL BY THE HONORABLE ZONIA G. MORALES, JIM HOGG COUNTY CLERK
16-12-003 PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
16-12-004 PRAYER
16-12-005 PUBLIC COMMENTS – THIS SECTION PROVIDES THE PUBLIC THE OPPORTUNITY TO ADDRESS THE COMMISSIONERS COURT ON ANY ITEM ON THE AGENDA. MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC WISHING TO PARTICIPATE MUST REGISTER ON THE PUBLIC PARTICIPATION LIST SPECIFYING WHICH AGENDA ITEM THEY WISH TO COMMENT ON.
16-12-006 ADOPTION OF MINUTES | A-1
16-12-007 DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS | A-2
16-12-008 FINANCIAL REPORT (CO. TREASURER/CO. AUDITOR) | A-3
16-12-009 APPROVE BILLS | A-4
16-12-010 APPROVE PAYROLL FOR DEC. 2, 2016. | A-5
16-12-011 COMMUNICATIONS
A. LETTER FROM TEXAS COMMISSION ON JAIL STANDARDS DATED 11/29/16. | A-6
B. TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED COUNTIES PROGRAM. | A-7
C. FAA NON-FEDERAL NAVIGATIONAL AID TECHNICAL INSPECTION REPORT. | A-8
 
16-12-012 DISPENSE WITH REGULAR ORDER OF BUSINESS.
16-12-013 REPORTS AND PRESENTATIONS 
A. JANIE GARZA, TEXAS DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE-VISTA, TO INTRODUCE HERSELF TO COMMISSIONERS COURT. [REQUESTED BY JAZMIN ALVARADO TEXAS A & M AGRILIFE EXT] | A-9
B. JAZMIN ALVARADO, TEXAS A& M AGRILIFE EXT., TO INFORM COURT ON OVERVIEW OF HEALTHY SOUTH TEXAS IN JIM HOGG COUNTY. | A-10
 
16-12-014 DELIBERATE AND CONSIDER ON THE FOLLOWING ITEMS
A. BUDGET AMENDMENTS AND/OR BUDGET LINE ITEM TRANSFERS. | A-11
B. ROBERTO TREVINO, SOUTHERN SANITATION TO UPDATE COURT ON TRASH SERVICES. | A-12
C. APPROVE COUNTY HISTORICAL COMMISSION APPOINTMENTS. [REQUESTED BY IDALIA DAVILA, HISTORICAL COMMISSION] | A-13
D. APPROVE TEO UC TELEPHONE SYSTEM ASSURANCE EXTENSION. MARIO DELGADO WILL BE PRESENT. | A-14
E. REVIEW AND/OR APPROVE PROPOSALS FOR MOVING TRAILERS.
1) RELIABLE MOBLE HOME SERVICES, LLC
2) JMD HOUSEMOVERS | A-15
F. APPROVAL OF EXTENDING AGREEMENT WITH OGAN NETWORKING SOLUTIONS FOR ONE YEAR (FEB. 2017- FEB 2018). | A-16
G. THE LEPC RECEIVED GRANT FROM TCEQ FOR $ 92,662.80. ACCEPT GRANT ON BEHALF OF THE LEPC WHICH WILL ADMINISTER THE GRANT. | A-17
H. ACCEPT LETTER OF RETIREMENT AND REMOVE FROM COUNTY PAYROLL ANA MARIA R. SAENZ EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 31, 2016, COURT COORDINATOR AND INTERPRETER. [REQUESTED BY DISTRICT JUDGE ANA LISA GARZA] | A-18
I. EDUINA G. RAMOS WILL BE THE COURT MANAGER TO BE PAID FROM 10-440-107 AND THE INTERPRETER TO BE PAID FROM 10-440-104 BEGINNING JAN. 1, 2017. [REQUESTED BY DISTRICT JUDGE ANA LISA GARZA] | A-19
J. TRANSFER MARISSA ESTRADA FROM DISTRICT ATTY TO COURT COORDINATOR FOR DISTRICT JUDGE GARZA BEGINNING JAN. 1, 2017. HER SALARY WILL BE PAID FROM 10-440-111. [REQUESTED BY DISTRICT JUDGE ANA LISA GARZA] | A-20
K. ACCEPT RETIREMENT LETTER AND REMOVE FROM COUNTY PAYROLL ADELINA PEREZ EFFECTIVE 12/31/16. ALSO, PAY ANY MONIES OWED. [REQUESTED BY NORMA HINOJOSA, TAX ASSESSOR/ COLLECTOR] | A-21
L. COUNTY CLERK TO ADVERTISE FOR CLERK AT THE TAX COLLECTOR’S OFFICE. [REQUESTED BY NORMA HINOJOSA, TAX ASSESSOR/COLLECTOR] | A-22
M. HIRE TEMP. UTILITY/TRUCK DRIVER AT MOTORPOOL EFFECTIVE 12/12/16. [REQUESTED BY COMMISSIONER LINDA JO SOLIZ] | A-23
N. COUNTY CLERK ASKING FOR APPROVAL TO START ANOTHER SCANNING PROJECT WITH COMPU-DATA AND FOR PROJECT NOT TO EXCEED AMOUNT BUDGETED IN RECORDS PRESERVATION. [REQUESTED BY ZONIA G. MORALES, COUNTY/DISTRICT CLERK] | A-24
O. APPROVE COUNTY ACTION ON DETENTION CENTER EXTENDING FUNDS. | A-25
P. DISCUSS AND CONSIDER 2017-2018 CD FUND PROPOSED PROJECTS AND TAKE ACTION AS NECESSARY. [REQUESTED BY ORALIA CARDENAS, GRANTS WORKS] | A-26
Q. APPROVE THE JIM HOGG COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION COMMITTEE. | A-27
 
16-12-015 RESOLUTIONS AND PROCLAMATIONS
A. ADOPT ORDER (PROHIBITING OR RESTRICTING) CERTAIN FIREWORKS IN UNINCORPORATED AREAS OF JIM HOGG COUNTY, TEXAS. | A-28
B. ADOPT ORDER (PROHIBITING OR RESTRICTING) OUTDOOR BURNING. | A-29 
C. ADOPT CDCAT RESOLUTION ON SEARCH TX MANDATE. [REQUESTED BY ZONIA G. MORALES, COUNTY/DISTRICT CLERK] | A-30
D. ADOPT 2017 JIM HOGG COUNTY RESOLUTION FOR THE INDIGENT DEFENSE GRANT PROGRAM. | b
 
16-12-016 EXECUTIVE SESSION
A. DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE ON PERSONNEL RECOMMENDATIONS/CHANGES. | A-32
 
NOTE 1 GOV’T CODE ANN 551.071, CONSULTATION WITH ATTORNEY
NOTE 2 GOV’T CODE ANN 551.072, REAL PROPERTY
NOTE 3 GOV’T CODE ANN 551.074, PERSONNEL MATTERS
NOTE 4 GOV’T CODE ANN 551.076, SECURITY
 
THE COMMISSIONERS COURT WILL CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING ITEMS IN EXECUTIVE SESSION. THE COMMISSIONERS COURT MAY ALSO CONSIDER ANY OTHER MATTER POSTED ON THE AGENDA IF THERE ARE ISSUES THAT REQUIRE CONSIDERATION IN EXECUTIVE SESSION AND THE COMMISSIONERS COURT ANNOUNCES THAT THE ITEM WILL BE CONSIDERED DURING EXECUTIVE SESSION.
 
16-12-017 ADJOURN
 
PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY GRANTED GOVERNMENT CODE, CHAPTER 551, THE COMMISSIONERS COURT MAY CONVENE A CLOSED SESSION TO DISCUSS ANY OF THE ABOVE AGENDA ITEMS. IMMEDIATELY BEFORE ANY CLOSED SESSION, THE SPECIFIC SECTION OR SECTIONS OF THE GOVERNMENT CODE, CHAPTER 551 THAT PROVIDES STATUTORY AUTHORITY WILL BE ANNOUNCED.
 
DATED THIS 8TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 2016.
BY HUMBERTO GONZALEZ, COUNTY JUDGE
 

CERTIFICATION OF NOTICE AND POSTING

I, THE UNDERSIGNED, COUNTY CLERK, DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE NOTICE OF MEETING OF THE JIM HOGG COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COURT, IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY OF SAID NOTICE, AND THAT I POSTED A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY OF SAID NOTICE ON THE BULLETIN BOARD AT THE COURTHOUSE OF JIM HOGG COUNTY, TEXAS, AT A PLACE READILY ACCESSIBLE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC AT ALL TIMES ON THE 8TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 2016  AT 1:20 PM AND SAID NOTICE REMAINS SO POSTED CONTINUOUSLY FOR AT LEAST 72 HOURS PRECEDING THE SCHEDULED TIME OF SAID MEETING.
 
DATED THIS 8TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 2016.
BY ZONIA G. MORALES, COUNTY CLERK
BY KATHY MORALES, DEPUTY CLERK