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Boutique and Outreach Center


 

 

The Unique Boutique will be opened Monday – Friday from 9-4 and is accepting donations.  While inside the store, customers are asked to keep 6 feet apart from each other and always wear a face mask.  You can take your donations to the loading dock.  Please remember that all donated items must be in good shape and not broken or torn.  Only donate items during hours of operation so they can be properly handled.  The store is not a dumping site for unusable items.  Anyone caught on camera dumping outside the hours of operation will be fined.  Thank you for your support and patience throughout this process.  We look forward to seeing you in the store!  Questions?  Call us at 936-591-8190. 

 

Shelby County Outreach Ministries will also be distributing emergency food boxes at the Helping Hands Outreach Center every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.  We will be open from 10-2 and it will be drive-thru only.  Please keep your windows up and have your trunk open.  For more information, call 936-598-4990.  Thank you and God Bless.  

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Essential Advice for Your Transition to Remote Work


 

Article by Chelsea Lamb

 

In the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, many employees shifted from working in an office to working at home as a safety precaution. But adjusting to telecommuting can be difficult if you’re used to working with your usual team in person! While working remotely can allow you to boost your productivity, it can also be hard to get used to this new arrangement. These resources will help you pull together a home office, adapt to your remote work schedule, and even capitalize on your talents to develop a side hustle.

 

Establish a Home Office

 

Trying to work at your kitchen table will quickly become uncomfortable and messy, so if you want to produce high-quality work from home, you’ll need to set up your own office.

 

  • Furnish a spare room with a desk, chair, storage tools, and anything else you need to create a comfortable home office.
  • Consider hooking up dual monitors so that you can work more efficiently and won’t have to switch between tabs for different tasks.
  • Avoid letting clutter pile up by making it a point to tidy up your desk on a daily basis.

 

Impress Your Employer

 

When you’re working remotely, you’ll need to make a strong effort to stay on top of communication. Here’s how to chat with your team uninterrupted.

 

  • Keep your email inbox organized so that you don’t miss any crucial messages from your team.  
  • With apps like Slack, Zoom, and Microsoft Teams, you’ll be able to communicate with your boss, coworkers, and clients throughout the workday.
  • Find ways to keep your children occupied and out of your hair while you’re in your office!

 

Making Extra Income

 

If you’re already working from home, you might be curious about taking on a remote side hustle that will allow you to enjoy some more wiggle room in your budget.

 

  • Spend some time thinking about how you could market your skills to bring in additional cash for your household.
  • Whether you’re an expert on Expensify, SEO, or social media management, you could advertise yourself as a freelancer on online job boards.
  • When you’re reaching out to clients or applying to part-time remote jobs, make sure to include a persuasive cover letter!

 

After spending years working in an office, you might feel a little lost when you begin working from home. But over time, you’ll get used to your new routine, and you’ll start to appreciate the perks. As a remote employee, you’ll be able to personalize your workspace, skip the commute, and spend more time with your family!

 

Photo via Unsplash

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Center Noon Lions Club Broom Sale


 

 

The Center Noon Lions Club would like to remind you that they still have their good quality Lion Princess and Warehouse brooms for sale.  They are available at Ivan Smith Furniture Store in Center and Kings Nursery in Tenaha.  For more information call Tim Wulf at 936-598-6333.

 

 

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Shelbyville School Board Special Meeting


 

 

A special called meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Shelbyville Independent School District will be held on Monday, August 10, 2020, beginning at 12:00 p.m., in the Board Room of the Shelbyville Independent School District at 5322 St Hwy 87 S, Shelbyville, Texas.


The subjects to be discussed or considered or upon which any formal action may be taken are listed below. Items do not have to be taken in the same order as shown on this meeting notice. Unless removed from the consent agenda, items identified within the consent agenda will be acted on at one time. 

 

1.    Call to order
2.    Invocation
3.    Budget Workshop
4.    Adjournment

 


 

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Shelbyville School Board Meeting


 

 

A regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Shelbyville Independent School District will be held on Monday, August 10, 2020, beginning at 12:30 p.m., in the Board Room of the Shelbyville Independent School District at 5322 St Hwy 87 S, Shelbyville, Texas.


The subjects to be discussed or considered or upon which any formal action may be taken are listed below. Items do not have to be taken in the same order as shown on this meeting notice. Unless removed from the consent agenda, items identified within the consent agenda will be acted on at one time. 

 

1.    Call to order
2.    Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance
3.    Open Forum
4.    Consent agenda 
a.    Minutes of the July 13, 2020, meeting of the board
b.    Monthly financial reports
5.    Consider for approval
a.    Return to Learning Instructional Plan
b.    COVID-19 Health and Safety Plan
c.    Waiver Request for Alternate Kindergarten Assessment for 2020-21 
d.    2020-21 Student Code of Conduct
e.    TASB Policy Update 115
f.    Region VII ESC Contracts
g.    Alternate and Second Appraisers
h.    2020-21 Teacher Appraisal Calendar
i.    2020-21 Administrator Appraisal Calendar
j.    Proposed Tax Rate
k.    Public Meeting Date on Budget and Proposed Tax Rate
6.    Principal’s/Director’s Reports
7.    Superintendent’s Reports
a.    2020-21 Student Handbook
b.    2020-21 Employee Handbook
c.    Articles of Interest
d.    General Updates
8.    Executive Session
a.    Resignations/Employment
b.    Personnel
9.    Open Session 
10.    Adjournment
 

 

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Backpack Drive


 

 

James Ragan owner of 3P's pressuring washing will be doing a backpack drive to gather backpacks to give to local students. The bacpack drive will take place this Friday August 7, 2020 at 11 a.m. at his detail shop located in Center, Texas at 717 Southview Circle.

 

 

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2020 Census Information


 

 

 

 

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Shelby County COVID-19 Update


 

 

DSHS reported 2 new COVID-19 cases and 5 new recoveries.

 

75 ACTIVE CASES

290 Recovered

14 Deaths

379 Cumulative cases

 

ACTIVE CASES BY ZIP CODE:

 

75935...38

75974...14

75975..12

75973...6

75954...5

 

CUMULATIVE CASES BY ZIP CODE & AGE:

 

ZIP CODE:                                                         AGES:             DEATHS: 

75935…256                                                    1-20....36

75974...46                                                   21-40....124

75975…33                                                   41-60.…119         4

75973…24                                                   61-80.…62           4

75954…20                                                   81-100....31        6

                                                                  Unknown...          7

 

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Shelbyville ISD 2020-21 Meet The Teacher 


 

 

Meet the Teacher will be the following dates by student last names:
Tuesday, August 11, 2020  1:00 pm-3:00 pm student last names A-G (All Campuses)
Wednesday, August 12, 2020 1:00 pm -3:00 pm student last names H-M(All Campuses)
Thursday, August 13, 2020  1:00 pm-3:00 pm student last names N-Z(All Campuses)

All Adults will be required to wear a mask 

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Chris Watlington Football Promo 2020


 

 

 

 

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Officers Make Arrests in Aggravated Robbery


 

 

NACOGDOCHES,TX (August 4, 2020):  The Nacogdoches Police Department has made an arrest in an overnight Aggravated Robbery.  At around 2:47 a.m. we received a 911 call reporting someone was attempting to break into a residence in the 200 block of Nottingham Dr.  When officers arrived it was reported that one of the two suspects outside his residence had shot at him when he confronted them for stealing property from inside his garage and vehicle.  The victim stated once the suspect shot at him, the victim ran inside his residence.  As officers were still at the crime scene they discovered numerous vehicles had been burglarized in the neighborhood.  

 

Based on information obtained during the investigation  an officer located the suspect's vehicle on EJ Campbell Blvd.  The Nacogdoches Police Department Criminal Investigation Division responded to assist in the investigation.  Officers arrested two individuals from inside the vehicle.  David Abercrombie 19 years of age from Nacogdoches, Tx was taken into custody on the charges of Aggravated Robbery F-1, Unlawful Carrying a Weapon M-A, and Possession of Marijuana M-B.  The second person arrested is a juvenile 14 years of age.  

 

The juvenile has also been charged with Aggravated Robbery F-1 and Possession of Marijuana M-B. The juvenile will be taken to a juvenile detention center.    At this time officers have recovered stolen property, marijuana, and a handgun.  This is an ongoing investigation and more charges are expected in the future.   As further information becomes available it will be released. 

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Center ISD Registration Packets due Aug 7, Updated Covid Plan


 

 

CISD Parents/Guardians,

 

Registration for the 20-21 school year is now open. 

Registration/Enrollment packets will be available at the

Central Administration building, 107 Private Road 605, and

All campuses except FL Moffett. 

 

A packet needs to be completed for each new and returning student to CISD, whether choosing the in-person or virtual instructional method for the 20-21 school year. Any students wishing to enroll in CISD from a Private or Homeschool setting will only have the choice of the in-person instructional method according to TEA guidelines.

 

Please return packets to

The appropriate campus no later than 5:30 pm Thursday, August 6th or

Central Administration by 5:30 pm Friday August 7th

FL Moffett packets must be returned to the Central Administration office.

 

 Any student not having a completed packet turned in by 5:30 pm Friday, August 7th will only have the choice of the IN-PERSON instructional method.

 

 

Padres / Guardianes de CISD,

Inscripciones para el año escolar 20-21 ya está abierta.

Los paquetes para Inscripciones/Registración estarán disponibles en

Oficina de Administración, 107 Private Road 605, y 

En todas las escuelas excepto F.L. Moffett

Se debe completar un paquete para cada estudiante nuevo y cualquier estudiante que va regresará a  CISD, ya sea que elija el método de instrucción en persona o virtual para el año escolar 20-21. Cualquier estudiante que desee inscribirse en CISD desde un establecimiento privado o de educación en el hogar solo tendrá la opción del método de instrucción en persona de acuerdo con las pautas de la TEA.

 

Por favor devuelva los paquetes a

el campus apropiado a más tardar a las 5:30 pm el Jueves 6 de Agosto o

Oficina de Administración antes de las 5:30 pm del Viernes 7 de Agosto 

Los paquetes FL Moffett deben devolverse a la Oficina de Administración.

 

Cualquier estudiante que no haya entregado un paquete completo más tardar a las 5:30 pm del Viernes, 7 de Agosto solo tendrá la opción del método de instrucción en persona.

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Center ISD Substitute Orientation


 

 

Center ISD will be conducting their annual Substitute Orientation on Tuesday, August 18, 2020 in the High School Cafeteria from 8 until Noon. All district substitutes are required to report for this training to go over district policies including COVID-19 procedures, realignment changes, and be prepared for the upcoming school year. If you have any questions please contact Holly Mikesh at 936-598-5642. 

 

 

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San Augustine County Crash


 

 

SAN AUGUSTINE COUNTY – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) responded to a three-vehicle crash this morning 8-4-20 on SH 103, just east of FM 1277.


The preliminary crash investigation indicates at approximately 9 a.m., a 2013 GMC pickup and a 2015 Chevrolet pickup were stopped facing east due to construction when the driver of an eastbound 2016 Hyundai passenger car failed to control speed and struck the rear of the 2015 Chevrolet, causing the Chevrolet to strike the rear of the 2013 GMC.


The driver of the 2013 GMC is identified as 64-year-old Randall Lowery from Huntington. Lowery was not injured during the crash.


The driver of the 2015 Chevrolet is identified as 30-year-old Aaron Harris from Huntington. Harris was also not injured.


The driver of the 2016 Hyundai is identified as 41-year-old Tiffany Payne from San Augustine. Payne was transported to CHI St. Luke’s Hospital in Lufkin for treatment.


No additional information is available at this time.

 

 

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Don Wall Coaches Show Promo 2020


 

 

 

 

 

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SFA names Dr. Michara DeLaney-Fields as its first chief diversity officer


 

 

NACOGDOCHES, Texas — Stephen F. Austin State University has named Dr. Michara DeLaney-Fields, currently the university’s assistant dean for student affairs in the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, as its first chief diversity officer.

 

Established as an executive position housed within the Office of the President, the CDO role was created to provide collaborative, strategic and results-oriented leadership for institution-wide diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.

 

Dr. Scott Gordon, SFA president, said the position is an important element in allowing the university to fulfill its mission statement.

 

“SFA’s mission is to engage students in a learner-centered environment, and in order to be learner-centered, the environment must be both diverse and inclusive,” he said. “Dr. DeLaney-Fields has a track record of developing initiatives to improve the lives of students, and I look forward to working with her to advance our efforts to create a more diverse, equitable and inclusive environment on our campus.”

 

In her new role, DeLaney-Fields will work with the provost, deans, other senior leaders, external partners, internal stakeholders and constituents to advance, promote and build a welcoming environment for all students, staff, faculty, administrators and alumni.

 

“Being named to this position is an honor — it demonstrates the commitment President Gordon and the administration have dedicated to the importance of recognizing the endless opportunities for the university,” DeLaney-Fields said. “This position carries an immense responsibility for which I am ready to address.”

 

For more than 11 years, DeLaney-Fields has served in various capacities as an educator, advisor and mentor. She began her professional career as a teacher in the Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District, teaching in the K-12 public school system for two years before transitioning to higher education.

 

In 2017, DeLaney-Fields and her family moved to Albany, Georgia, where she served as interim dean of students, interim vice president for student affairs, and assistant vice president for student affairs and student engagement at Albany State University.

 

DeLaney-Fields said the new CDO role is meant to build on initiatives and goals that currently exist in the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, which houses a number of student service-based areas on campus, including Counseling Services, Disability Services, Veterans Resource Center and the Office of Multicultural Affairs, among others.

 

“By creating this role, SFA is joining the mainstream of most universities that have committed to foster a campus community that celebrates similarities and differences in which members can thrive and succeed authentically,” DeLaney-Fields said. “There will be efforts to assess all units to determine if there are impediments to any members of the university community. We also will examine the campus climate and create strategic initiatives to help ensure the campus commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion is clear, evident and transparent at the highest levels across the institution.”

 

By fulfilling these efforts, SFA will be “on a competitive balance with our peer institutions and on a clear path in creating an avenue of producing productive global citizens,” she added.

 

“Equity, diversity and inclusion should not be seen as problems or addressing issues, but rather each should be viewed as a strength and opportunity,” DeLaney-Fields said. “Each one should not just be a ‘buzzword.’ It should be a fundamental commitment to transformative change calibrated through cultural competence, responsiveness and relevance, thus allowing the focus of our efforts always to be directed to student success.”

 

DeLaney-Fields received a bachelor’s degree in health studies and two master’s degrees, one in health education and the other in human performance and kinesiology, from Texas Southern University. She also earned a Doctor of Philosophy in educational leadership from Prairie View A&M University.

 

 

 

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TxDOT Crash Alert


 

 

ALERT: Crash reported on SH 103 East in Nacogdoches County. Motorists should prepare for delays. This crash occurred in a TxDOT work zone. Details are sketchy but motorists should reduce speed as crews respond and clear the scene.

 

 

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TCS Bistro New Location Ribbon Cutting


 

TCS Bistro (The Century Shoppe) has moved to its new location on Tenaha Street.  Join the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors, Heather Harbison and her staff for a new location Ribbon Cutting on Tuesday, August 4th at 10:00am.  Heather and her staff are excited about the new location.  They offer the same great food in a beautiful newly renovated building with a drive-thru window.  Dine-in or order to go.  She will also sell gourmet coffees and continue to sell Corksicles.  The new hours are 9:00am until 7:00pm.

 

Heather first took over The Century Shoppe in 2015 when she purchased the business from Selena Watson.  One year later she moved The Century Shoppe from Shelbyville Street to the Hurst Street location.  Over the years Heather and her staff have worked hard to create a diverse menu with great food.

 

TCS Bistro staff invites everyone to join them for the Ribbon Cutting and stay for lunch.  There will be a Coffee Bar at the Ribbon Cutting for everyone to sample the coffees.  The new address is 315 Tenaha Street.

 

For more information, please contact the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce at (936) 598-3682 or www.shelbycountychamber.com.
 

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San Augustine Rural Water Supply Boil Water Notice


 

 

Due to a break in the  Line, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has required San Augustine Rural Public Water System PWS #2030007 to notify all customers on Hwy 147 N  to boil their water prior to consumption (eg., washing hands / face, brushing teeth, drinking, etc).  Children, Seniors and Persons with weakened immune systems are particularly vulnerable to harmful bacteria, and all customers should follow these directions.

 

To ensure destruction of all harmful bacteria and other microbes, water for drinking, cooking and ice making should be boiled and cooled prior to use for drinking water or human consumption purposes.  The water should be brought to a vigorous rolling boil and then boiled for two minutes. 

 

In lieu of boiling, individuals may purchase bottled water or obtain water from some other suitable source for drinking water or human consumption purposes.

 

When it is no longer necessary to boil the water, the public water system officials will notify customers that the water is safe for drinking water or human consumption purposes. 

 

Please share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received the notice directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses).  You can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail.

 

If you have questions concerning this matter, you may contact San Augustine Rural Water System at 220 W. Columbia Street, San Augustine, Texas, 75972, or call 936-288-0489 or Charles Sharp at 936-201-5001.

 

 

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KQBB-FM radio to air Shelby County Game of the Week


 


Three Shelby County school districts have once again given Center Broadcasting the authority to broadcast their games for the upcoming 2020 season.

 

Select Joaquin Rams, Tenaha Tiger and Shelbyville Dragon games will air on KQBB-FM 100.5, and also streamed on the Center Broadcasting Company website, cbc-radio. com, or the TuneIn Radio app, just search "KQBB".

 

The Shelby County Game of the Week schedule will kick-off at 7:30 p.m., Friday, Aug. 28, when Shelbyville hosts Grapeland.

 

Don Wall will once again handle the play-by-play.

 

“We’re thrilled to be able to broadcast a Shelby County Game of the Week again this season,” said Center Broadcasting Administrator Lori Alvis. “We appreciate the Joaquin, Tenaha and Shelbyville ISD administrations, along with their school boards, and coaching staffs for allowing the radio station the right to carry games.”

 

Coaches from Joaquin, Tenaha and Shelbyville will also be featured on Don Wall's Coaches Show, Tuesday nights each week beginning on KQBB-FM 100.5. Tenaha's Jeremy Jenkins' segment will air at 7 p.m., followed by Joaquin's Wade Lawson at 7:30 p.m., and Shelbyville's David Benbow at 8:30 p.m.The segment will also stream at cbc-radio.com, or the Tune In Radio app, search “KQBB”. Don Wall's Coaches Show begins, Aug. 25.

 

 

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Introducing the 2020-2021 CHS Chaparrals, Camp Results


 

 

Introducing the 2020-2021 CHS Chaparrals  

 

Chaparrals 20 1.jpg

 

Due to the unusual circumstances of our world at this time, tryouts were also unusual this year.  Tryouts were held during quarantine, and the girls had to take initiative by coming to the school, picking up the application and returning the application to the school.  They then had to learn two tryout routines on their own from a video. 

 

 Tryouts were conducted virtually, and the girls came to the school at their scheduled time to adhere to social distancing practices. Their tryout routine was videoed and then uploaded to a website to be viewed and scored by the judges.  This was not a quick turnaround,  and they waited a week for their results.  

 

We are so proud of this team that has already shown they are willing to adapt and overcome any challenges they may face this year.  They were able to start their year last week with a home camp to learn routines for the upcoming football season.  

 

ADTS conducted our camp; instructor Haley Hockenberry, (former CHS Chaparral) taught the girls several routines that will be performed throughout the school year. They also were given the opportunity to try out for All-American, which if chosen gives them the option to participate in various events such as the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.  Besides All-American, other awards were presented on the last day of camp. We are excited about the upcoming year and look forward to supporting the football team under the Friday Night Lights and our basketball team on the court in 2021. 

 

2020-2021 CHS Chaparrals

Madelyn Norvell, Captain

Emilee Elliott, 1st Lieutenant

Kristen Orsak, 2nd Lieutenant

Malaney Cooper, Social Officer

Alexandria Patton, Social Officer

Monica Sandiego, Social Officer

Amiyah Williams, Social Officer

Breanna Castillo

Cristina Hernandez

Jakievia Johnson

Mahalia Ratcliff

Yeraldy Rico

Sarah Scull

Allison Stuever

Haley Hooks

Kiance Horace

Ja'Briyah Ratcliff

Kaylee Underbrink

R’Leshalin Whaley

 

All American

Emilee Elliott

Madelyn Norvell

Kristen Orsak

Monica Sandiego

Sarah Scull

Allison Stuever

 

All American Dance Company

Madelyn Norvell

Monica Sandiego

Sarah Scull

 

All American Honorable Mention

Breanna Castillo

Cristina Hernandez

Alexandria Patton

Amiyah Williams

 

Gussie Nell Davis Dancers of the Week

Cristina Hernandez

Haley Hooks

Yeraldy Rico

 

Spirit of ADTS

Kristen Orsak

Sarah Scull

 

ADTS Pizazz

Mahalia Ratcliff

Monica Sandiego

Amiyah Williams

 

Outstanding Performer

Madelyn Norvell

 

Sydney Brookshire

District Media Coordinator

Center High School Librarian

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Shelby County COVID-19 Update


 

 

DSHS reported 6 new COVID-19 cases and 6 new recoveries over the weekend.

 

78 ACTIVE CASES

285 Recovered

14 Deaths

377 Cumulative cases

 

ACTIVE CASES BY ZIP CODE:

 

75935...40

75974...15

75975..12

75973...6

75954...5


CUMULATIVE CASES BY ZIP CODE & AGE:

 

ZIP CODE:                                                         AGES:             DEATHS: 

75935…254                                                    1-20....36

75974...46                                                   21-40....123

75975…33                                                   41-60.…118         4

75973…24                                                   61-80.…62           4

75954…20                                                   81-100....31         6

                                                                  Unknown...          7

 

 

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Overlay Project in Shelby County


 

 

LUFKIN – Crews will begin an overlay project Monday in Shelby County on SH 87 and motorists are urged to stay alert for traffic control that will be in place.

 

The work will begin just south of SL 500 in Center and will continue southbound on SH 87 throughout the week, weather permitting. As work moves along the 1.5 mile work zone, there will be moving equipment and workers throughout the project.

 

Motorists should expect delays and expect traffic to be shifted from lane to lane as work progresses. Obey all traffic control in place and reduce speed. Stay alert for workers and equipment near the lane of traffic.

 

For more information, contact Rhonda.Oaks@txdot.gov or call (936) 633-4395.

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Free Popsicles at Shelby Savings Bank


 

 

Free popsicles at the Shelby Savings Bank branch in Center, Texas located at 111 Selma Street.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Shelby County Commissioners' Court


 

 

Notice is hereby given that a Special meeting of the Governing body of the Shelby County Commissioners’ Court will be held on the 5th day of August, 2020 at 9:30 a.m. in the Courtroom of the Shelby County Courthouse at 200 San Augustine Street, Center, Shelby County, Texas to deliberate and consider action on the following items:

 

1.    Approve and pay weekly expenses.

2.    Public comments on Agenda item.

3.    Approve current payroll.

4.    Discuss and possibly take action on a request from the Center Police Department for use of the County owned shooting range.

5.    Discuss and possibly allocate funds from the County’s CARES Act Fund to the Shelby County School Districts to help them prepare and combat Covid-19.

6.    Discuss and possibly decide how to dispose of the old JP building located behind the County Jail.

7.    Discuss the request from the Probation Community Service Department regarding additional fencing for the Community Service buildings.

8.    Discuss and consider reappointing Mr. John Howard for a two year term as a board member of the Burke Board of Trustees representing Shelby County.

9.    Tax Assessor-Collector, Debora Riley to submit 2020 calculated rates.

10.    Approve the Sheriff and Constable Fees for FY 2021.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

11.    An Executive Session will also be held for the purpose of discussing personnel, hearing complaints against personnel, or to deliberate the appointed, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of a public officer or employee. The closed session is authorized by Texas Open Meeting Act, Texas Government Code Section 551.074.

12.    Reopen public meeting.

13.    Discuss and possibly make a decision on issues discussed in the Executive Session.

14.    Adjourn.
 

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