Treasurer: First quarter revenue hits $11 million
Polk County Enterprise, May 2007
LIVINGSTON — The Polk County Treasurer’s Office reported just under $11 million in general fund revenue received January through March of 2007 at Tuesday’s commissioners’ court meeting
Disbursements during the quarter totaled $11,446,214, and the additional $452,972 was paid from fund balance, reports show.
The road and bridge fund took in over $2.5 million and disbursed just over $2 million.
Consent agenda items included approval of the final plat for the Stanford Shores Subdivision and approval of listing of capital purchases approved for payment from fund balances that will be reimbursed by issuing authorized debt at the end of the fiscal year.
Commissioners accepted a single bid for the purchase of a used water truck for Precinct 1. The court approved up to $46,000 for the purchase.
The court also approved a bid for the purchase of a 2007 pickup truck for the permit inspection department and trade-in of a 2000 Ford F150.
The net purchase was approved at $15,109 from Hall Buick Pontiac GMC in Tyler.
After scoring bids from area engineering firms for consulting work in connection with disaster recovery projects, commissioners voted to use Goodwin and Lassiter of Lufkin for the Community Development Block Grant project.
The county received no bids for the sale of a used boiler and two used chillers that are to be removed from the county office annex.
On a recommendation from maintenance engineer Jay Burks, the equipment will be put in the next surplus equipment auction.
Commissioners voted to delete an agenda item on change orders for the renovation projects at the office annex.