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Daily Sun FILE photo/Michael Kormos County commissioners heard preliminary figures Friday on a proposed $6.5 million bond issue to fund part of the restoration project for the Navarro County Courthouse. The county will lose the Texas Historical Commission grant should voters turn down the bond Nov. 5.

The Navarro County Commissioners Court has a full agenda for its last regular meeting of the year, scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday in the County Courtroom of the Navarro County Courthouse.

Agenda items include:

• Consent agenda, including minutes of previous meetings, payment of bills, two budget amendments and certification of additional revenue.

• Burn ban discussion.

• Tax report for November 2013.

• Approve two tax deputies for tax collector’s office.

• Approve repairs to Justice Center.

• Declare items as surplus for the Sheriff’s Office.

• Approval of retroactive incentive pay for Corporal promotion in detention division.

• Appointment of Emergency Services District Commissioners.

• Closing a road in Precinct 1 — NECR 2065.

• Roadway use agreement with Seaway Crude Pipeline Company.

• Approval to bore under SECR 2320 in Precinct 3 for a four inch pipeline for Tri-State ETX.

• Auditor’s report for October and November 2013.

• Approval of insurance renewal for auto liability, physical damage and general liability.

• Interlocal agreement with Tarrant Regional Water District.

• Lease/purchase agreement with Prosperity Bank for Precinct 1.

• Consider new phone system proposal.

• Contract and change order with Phoenix 1 for consulting, planning, and preparation for relocation of courthouse personnel, furniture, supplies and technical items to temporary facilities.

• Contract for asbestos/hazardous materials abatement with Building Abatement Demolition Company.

• Closed sessions to discuss personnel, real property and pending/anticipated litigation.

• Action, if any, from closed sessions.

A public comment time is scheduled at the beginning of each commissioners court meeting for members of the public wishing to address the court.

— From Staff Reports

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