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Jail issues on commissioners’ agenda
Polk County Enterprise - May 2008
LIVINGSTON — Polk County Commissioner’s Court will consider a revised contract to house Polk County inmates in Jasper County during Tuesday’s 10 a.m. meeting. The court also will deliberate real property matters related to the Polk County Jail Expansion project. Discussion on necessary action regarding bids for the 2006 flood disaster relief grant project ORCA contract No. 727147, construction of roadway and drainage improvements for Swick Trail in Big Thicket Lake Estates. The court will consider an order declaring surplus/salvage property to be sold at public acution and setting the date/time/location of said auction; to include salvage material from building demolition at the Judicial Center site, wooden pallets, concrete picnic tables metal awnings/ pavillion and various other materials.
Two items on Tuesday’s agenda consider a lease for property to be used as a rock pit for Precinct 3; and consider approval to purchase property 50-acre rock pit in Stryker Area (Pct. 3). The court will consider a request from the Pct. 3 Constable for use of a surplus sheriff’s department vehicle, with discussion of provision of additional vehicles to constable department. Items on the commissioner’s consent agenda: • Consider approval of flood damage prevention order, as submitted by the Emergency Management Coordinator and relating Polk County’s participation in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). • Consider approval for Interlocal Agreement with Harris Couty for postmortem examinations. • Consider approval of resolution authorizing the County Judge to execute a letter of waiver for payment in lieu of taxes (pilot) to the Housing Authority of the City of Livingston. • Consider request from Pct. 1 Constable to appoint Daniel Adams as a deputy constable. • Consider approval of offers to purchase foreclosed property.