Tira VFD To Be Recognized For Service To Community
Hopkins County Commissioners Court Monday will have a busy morning, with multiple items presented for consideration during their regular 9 a.m. meeting and a workshop to follow.
As part of Hopkins County Fire Department’s year-long 20th anniversary celebration, the court members and fire chief will recognize Tira Volunteer Fire Department for their continued service to the community.
A number of contracts will be presented for HCCC’s consideration, including an interlocal agreement with Sulphur Springs and Franklin County authorities for access to a hosed facility with informaiton technology resources and government software; proposals for security and access control systems as well as annual fire alarm monitoring system agreements for the new district court building and district attorney’s offices; and a printer/copier lease agreement for the county judge’s office.
Requests have been made by Margaret Rynn for replatting of Rynn Estates and for a preliminary land subdivision plat for Colbert Oaks-unit 1.
Changes to the county personnel policy will also be submitted for consideration by HCCC.
Farmers Electric Coopertive Inc. is requesting permission to construct electrical power distribution facility across County Road 2332, east of Carpenter Street in Como.
Texas AgriLife Extension Agents are slated to give a quarterly report on recent, ongoing and upcoming activities at their offices and their departments.
The regular meeting of Hopkins County Commissioners Court is slated to begin at 9 a.m. Momday, Nov. 25, in the Commissioners Courtroom, located on the first floor of Hopkins County Courthouse, 118 Church St.
Immediately following the regular meeting, the court will move to the Meeting Room on the third floor of Hopkins County Courthouse, for a work session. Sulphur Springs-Hopkins County Economic Development Corporation CEO Roger Feagley is scheduled to discuss economic activity with the commissioners and judge.
Also during the work session, Tom Glosup is slated to discuss maintenance of county buildings and any construction projects or updates; at least one of the Civic Center managers is slated to discuss events, repairs, improvements and operations of the facility; and environmental concerns are also to be discussed.
The court will then have an opportunity to conduct a budget work session before adjourning the work session.