County to pursue strategic planning process
The Polk County Commissioners Court will discuss and consider action regarding the strategic planning process during its regular meeting at 10 a.m. Tuesday. The Court will also consider a request for proposals to perform a forensic review of financial records.
Action related to the district attorney’s proposed criminal case file hard copy destruction and retention schedule will be considered.
A request from Republic for closing the Polk County Landfill to commercial traffic on Saturdays will also be considered.
The Court is expected to receive and take any necessary action regarding the fiscal year 2024 budget adopted by the Polk Central Appraisal District on April 5.
Regarding the selection of county depositories and sub-depositories, the Court will receive and consider all applications for county depositories and will select qualified applicants based on the terms and qualifications.
A certificate of compliance for Two Creeks Crossing RV Park located in Precinct 2 will be considered for approval.
The Court will receive the constable warrant service program quarterly report for the period ending March 31.
A request for a capital purchase to be paid from the general fund balance and included on the fiscal year 2023 reimbursement resolution for the year-end issuance of legally authorized debt, specifically, a request from the Precinct 3 justice of the peace to replace courtroom benches, not to exceed $2,000, will be considered.
In personnel matters, the Court will review and consider personnel action forms submitted since the last meeting and review any authorized emergency hirings.
The Court will consider approval of fiscal year 2023 budget revisions and amendments as presented by the county auditor’s office.
Several proclamations will be presented during the portion of the meeting reserved for informational reports – one for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, one for Child Abuse Prevention Month, one declaring April 9-15 as Public Safety Telecommunications Week in Polk County and one declaring April 23-29 as Crime Victims’ Rights Week in Polk County.
Items on the consent agenda include:
Approve minutes of the March 28 meeting;
Approve schedules of bills;
Approve order designating surplus property;
Receive and record continuing education certifications/transcripts of elected offices as submitted;
Approve to file claim with the state comptroller, pursuant to Government Code Sec. 61.0015(B), for reimbursement of a portion of the juror fees paid by Polk County during the period of Jan. 1 through March 31 of this year;
Approve resolution in support of district attorney’s victim coordinator and liaison grant application to the Office of the Attorney General;
Approve resolution in support of sheriff’s office other victim assistance grant application to the Office of the Attorney General;
Accept total loss offer for 214 Chevrolet Tahoe and remove from county inventory as of March 27, 2023;
Approve memorandum of understanding for Leggett ISD for local disaster preparedness (sheltering);
Approve interlocal agreement with Corrigan-Camden ISD for the county’s provision of election equipment and services for the May 6 general election as recommended by the county clerk; and
Approve agreement with Certified Payments for credit card processing in the district clerk’s office.
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