Hopkins County Commissioners Court has a full schedule Monday morning, which includes two work sessions in addition to their regular 9 a.m. meeting.
HCCC is scheduled to meet at 8:30 a.m. in the third floor meeting room at Hopkins County Courthouse in order to open and grade potential engineering service providers for the Texas Hazardous Mitigation Program, then enter into a budget work session.
The court will then consider adopting a resolution designating an engineering service provider for the Texas Hazardous Mitigation Assistance Program Application and project-related engineering services.
A request from the City of Sulphur Springs and Luminant Mining Company LLC is also among the topics up for commissioners consideration during their regular 9 a.m. regular court session.
The regular agenda also calls for HCCC to consider the County Road Inventory for 835 miles of county-maintained road mileage for certified funding through Texas Department of Transportation and as well as appointment a representative to the local Workforce Development Board.
A county emergency management employee will be recognized for completing security training.
Immediately following the 9 a.m. regular court session, Hopkins County Commissioner Court is scheduled to return to the third floor meeting room for another work session.
The agenda for the later work session includes discussion with Tom Glosup about county building maintenance and construction projects, with the sheriff and county fire chief about operations and finances within their departments, Shameria Davis about health incentives and programs, a report from Andy Wright on the Upper Lake Fork Watershed, discussion for clarification of new subdivision regulations, and a budget work session.