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County commissioners will discuss budget revisions, victims program
Polk County Enterprise - June 2009
LIVINGSTON – Commissioners Court will consider approval of budget revisions Tuesday as part its regular meeting set for 10 a.m. The budget revisions will be presented by County Auditor Ray Stelly and approval of amendments to the budget as submitted and reviewed by a court-appointed committee. Similar revisions are considered each year as the county nears the end of its fi scal year. The court will consider approval of the maintenance grant for the Victim Information and Notifi cation Everyday (VINE) service which notifi es victims when a perpetrator is coming up for parole, is released from jail or other change in location. Other items on the agenda include: • A proposed amendment to the by-laws for the Polk County Child Welfare Board. • Consider approval of agreements with volunteer fi re departments for fi re-fi ghting services in the unincorporated areas of the county. • Consider any/all necessary action regarding approval of resolution supporting grant application to Edward Byrne Justice Assistance Formula Grant (JAG) program. • Consider approval of offers to purchase tax foreclosed properties. • Consider approval of order declaring surplus property to be sold at public auction. The meeting will be held in the Commissioners Courtroom on the third fl oor of the Polk County Courthouse.