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Bailey County Commissioners Court met in regular session at 11 a.m. Monday, Feb. 25, at the Courthouse.
Present were County Judge Sherri Harrison; Precinct 1 Commissioner Gary Don Gartin; Precinct 2 Commissioner Mike Slayden; Precinct 3 Commissioner Cody Black; Precinct 4 Commissioner Jim Daniel; and Deputy County Clerk Robin Dickerson, ex-officio clerk of Commissioners Court.
Daniel moved and Gartin seconded a motion to approve the minutes of the meeting held on Feb. 11. Motion carried unanimously.
Black moved and Slayden seconded a motion to approve and order payment of county bills. Gartin abstains from West Texas gas bills. Motion carried.
Slayden moved and Black seconded a motion to approve resolution for the sheriff to apply for a criminal justice grant for an All Weather Police Emergency Response Grant #3071901. Motion carried unanimously.
Slayden moved and Black seconded a motion to approve the 2018 Racial Profiling Report presented by Sheriff Richard Wills. Motion carried unanimously.
Departmental reports were reviewed. No soil conservation worksheets were submitted for approval.
Commissioners discussed a reopen date for road closure at railroad crossing at Highway 70 and First Street set for Friday, March 1, 2019, weather permitting.
County Treasurer Shonda Black discussed office issues.

Rhea Gonzales


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