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By Teresa Bigham/The Hesperian-Beacon—
FLOYDADA – Floyd County Commissioners’ Court met at 8 a.m., Monday April 13 in the County Courthouse for their regularly scheduled meeting.
County Judge Marty Lucke began by calling the to order. Commissioner Johnson lead the prayer and Commissioner Martinez lead the Pledge of Allegiance followed by the Texas Pledge.
The public comments were next on the agenda. Mr. Rainbow was on the agenda. He wanted to touch base on the Section 125 cafeteria plan. Once everything settles down, he will be coming back to discuss ways to save money. County Judge Marty Lucke put Rainbow on the agenda for June.
The seventh item on the agenda was items of consent, which consisted of written monthly reports of County Officials and Office, certificated of continuing education and approval of bonds. Commissioner Smith made the motion. Commissioner Bigham seconded. It was approved by unanimous vote.
The next item on the agenda was discussion/action on installation of electronic security locks at the Sheriff’s office. Commissioner Smith made the motion to accept the installation of the electronic locks. Commissioner Bigham seconded and was approved by unanimous vote.
The ninth item on the agenda was discussion/action on installation of security locks with panic bars for the District Courtroom which was tabled from March. Commissioner Johnson made the motion to accept. Commissioner Bigham seconded. It was approved by unanimous vote.
The next two items were presentation of April 2020 Floyd County investment report. Commissioner Smith. Commissioner Johnson seconded. It was approved by unanimous vote.
Item number 12 on the agenda was discussion on the county’s stay at home order. Commissioner Johnson made the motion to not issue a stay at home order. Commissioner Bigham seconded. It was approved by unanimous vote.
Item 13 on the agenda was a discussion/action on operation of the Courthouse. The drivers license office has been closed by the Governor until further notice. The hours for the Courthouse will stay the same.
The next item on the agenda was discussion/action on deposit of TAC refund check for a class cancelation into 10-400-426. Commissioner Johnson made the motion to accept and Commissioner Martinez seconded. It was approved unanimous vote.
The meeting was adjourned at 9:31 a.m.
The commissioners present were Clint Bigham, David Martinez, Tanner Smith and Nathan Johnson.
The next meeting is scheduled for May 19 at 8 a.m. in the Commissioners’ Court room 106.