The Shelby County Commissioners' Court will re-visit several items of business that were tabled earlier this month concerning JP Pct. 5 Michael Crouch's office when they meet at 9:30 a.m. this morning.
These include reimbursement for utility bills at his current office, in addition to payment of utilities for the present office in Timpson, and purchasing and placement of a portable building for office on City of Timpson property. Timpson City Council gave approval to locating a building on their property last week.
Also, Shelby County Commissioners will discuss and take action on Sheriff Willis Blackwell's request for a new automobile for the sheriff's department; appointment of Judge Allison Harbison and Center Mayor David Chadwick to the Deep East Texas Rural Transportation Planning Organization, and appointing Dr. Florencio Singson as the local health authority for Shelby County.
Other agenda items include recognizing income received from the sale of seized vehicles and adjust Constable Pct. 3 Bryan Gray's Forfeiture Budget to $1,655, allowing Tri-County to use the gym at the county-owned old Center Elementary campus and assume responsibility for utility payments and liability insurance, approving Denetra Slaughter and Celia Aguilar to rent the gym for a year, and County Treasurer Ann Blackwell's request for funding to have a dividing wall placed at her office.
In other items, Don and Tina McGuffin are to address the court regarding the county resuming maintenance on a portion of CR 4670, and recognizing the certificate of compliance from the Texas Commission on Jail Standards and commend the sheriff, jail administrator and employees in the jail.