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September 22, 2013

County budget, tax rate on agenda

Corsicana — After weeks of workshops and meetings, the Navarro County Commissioners Court is set to take final action on the 2013-14 county budget and tax rate when it meets at 10 a.m. Monday.

Also on Monday’s agenda:

• Consent agenda, including minutes of previous meetings, payment of bills, a budget transfer and two budget adjustments.

• Consideration of the Burn Ban.

• Court order relating to salary of the County Auditor, Assistant County Auditors and District Court Reporter.

• County Auditor’s August 2013 monthly financial report.

• Approval of Lease Estoppel Certificate regarding pending sale of property.

• Consider proposals and purchase for software for the county financial system and the District Clerk.

•  Approval of purchase of four computers for District Attorney’s office.

• Consider unbudgeted expenditure of $1,500 travel reimbursement for Constable, Pct. 3.

• Approval of three HIDTA grant modifications.

• Change of Nov. 11 Commissioners Court meeting date to Nov. 12 due to Veteran’s Day holiday.

• Public hearing on County Clerk’s Records Archival plan.

• Approval of contract for District Clerk for Nexis Lexis Public Information Platform.

• Change in fees for records request and civil fees, and for evictions, for Sheriff’s Office.

• Consideration of joining Texas Indigent Defense program.

• Declare old computer monitor as salvage.

• Approve change in polling place for Pct. 403 in Blooming Grove.

• Opening of bids for auto parts, culverts, box culverts, road materials, fuel, hauling and dust control polymers.

A public comment time is held at the beginning of each commissioners court meeting for members of the public that wish to address the court.

— From Staff Reports

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