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The Polk County Commissioners Court will discuss and consider any necessary action to upgrade the county election equipment to comply with the Texas Election Code, Chapter 129, updated in the 87th legislative session during its regular meeting at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
Overpayment of wages on a memorandum of understanding between Polk County and the Polk County Precinct 1 constable who has provided constable reserve deputy patrol in Precinct 1 will be considered for action.
An order regulating certain fireworks in the unincorporated areas of the county during the December holiday period will be discussed and considered for adoption.
Commissioners are expected to discuss and consider a memorandum of understanding between Polk County and Precinct 3 Commissioner Milt Purvis for the storage of county transportation infrastructure fund materials.
A resolution for the TxDOT off-system bridge replacement program will be considered for approval.
Commissioners will discuss and consider any necessary action regarding expenditures from maintenance capital outlay buildings (budgeted funds) for a replacement walk-in cooler at the aging department.
A request for the replat of Four Corners Subdivision Phase 4, Block 1, Lots 15-30 and Lots 65-73, Block 3 (removing lots) and a new preliminary plat for Four Corners Phase 4 (The Park) and the scheduling of a public hearing on the proposed re-subdivision will be considered for approval.
A request from Falcone Forest, Section 3 Subdivision in Precinct 4 for a variance to the Polk County Subdivision Regulations Design Standards, increasing the limit of single-family dwellings per lot to two, will be considered for approval.
A request for the approval of a certificate of exemption to exempt from county subdivision regulations the development of Abstract 970 Peter Whitaker Survey (5.3 acres) located in Precinct 4 and consisting of one tract with individual access to existing public roads with no other common areas and/or streets will be considered.
In personnel matters, Commissioners will review and consider personnel action form requests submitted since the last meeting and review any authorized emergency hirings. Commissioners will also consider approval of an update to the personnel management system.
Fiscal year 2021 and Fiscal year 2022 budget revisions and amendments, as presented by the county auditor’s office, will be reviewed.
During informational reports, there will be a presentation of the Polk County Safety Committee’s “Excellence in Safety” award for fiscal year 2021. The yearly informational report from the museum will also be presented.
Items on the consent agenda include the following:
Approval of the minutes of the Nov. 22 meeting;
Approval of the schedules of bills;
Approval of an order designating surplus property;
Approval of renewal of an agreement with Blackboard Connect;
Approval of an interlocal agreement renewing services with Harris County for postmortem examinations; and
Approval of a request from Precinct 1 Constable Scott Hughes for asset forfeiture expenditure of seized property not to exceed $268.22 for travel reimbursement to Reserve Deputy Beau Price.