After approving to pay all bills and direct their payments the Court jumped into their regular agenda.
District Clerk Sandra Roblez addressed the Court requesting approval for the renewal of the annual copier maintenance agreement on a Canon IRC 28801 copier with Tascosa Office Machines, a Fujitsu F7180 Sheetfed Scanner for the District’s Clerk’s office, and the purchase of a Workstation, a monitor and scanner for the Yoakum County Courthouse for e-filing station. Commissioners unanimously approved all three request.
The Court also unanimously acknowledged 2015 Certificates for County Clerk Debbie Rushing and County Clerk Sandra Roblez.
In the next item the Yoakum County Family Services returned unused $7,500 in funds the County had committed with their 2015 budget.
The Court also acknowledged the donation of $4,000 from Yoakum County Connection to be applied toward the 2016 Summer Reading Program.
Hospital Administrator Jerry Osborne was also in attendance for four items. He first asked for the Court to take action on an agreement between Alere Reagent and Yoakum County Hospital, take appropriate action for a training licensing agreement between CMI, Inc. and Yoakum County Hospital, to take appropriate action on an agreement between Labsco Bio Fire and Yoakum County Hospital, and lastly to take appropriate action on the purchase of Hasler Postage Machine for Yoakum County Hospital.
The Court unanimously approved all of the request from Osborne.
Commissioner Woody Lindsey reported the first meal was being served in the new Senior Citizen building today, February 1, and Commissioner Ray Marion reported the demolition of the Community Building will probably start this week.
Commissioners Woody Lindsey, Ray Marion, Ty Earl Powell, and Tim Addison along with Judge Jim Barron were all in attendance.
Their next scheduled meeting will be held on Monday, February 8 in the County Courthouse in Plains.