The Yoakum County Commissioners Court met in regular session on Monday, November 6, where they addressed their regular agenda.

Moving into the agenda the Court moved to audit and settle all accounts against the County and direct their payments. After looking over the bills and addressing any concerns a motion was made and unanimously approved to pay County bills that totaled $144,991.87 and Medical facility bills that totaled $95,019.87.

At the request of County Clerk Deborah Rushing the Court unanimously approved the deputation of Rosalie Rivera as an office clerk in the County Clerk’s office.

In the next item the Court unanimously approved a motion for a Windstream permit application to lay a fiber optic line in Precinct #2.

Moving on Precinct #3 Commissioner Tommy Box asked to Court to approve the demolition of Keith Bayer building located at 1018 Ave. E. The request was unanimously approved.

There were no road crossing permit applications, no request for the disposal of county equipment, seven line item transfers, and no Soil Conservation request.

The completion of the new Denver City Community Building was once again discussed at the end of the meeting. Commissioner Ray Marion assured voting clerk Debbie Rushing she would have a room to conduct the November 7 constitutional special election.

Commissioners Woody Lindsey, Ray Marion, Tommy Box and Tim Addison as well as County Judge Jim Barron were all in attendance.

The next meeting will be held on Monday, November 13, at 10 am.