December 16, 2013

December 16, 2013

COMMISSIONERS COURT DOCKET

DECEMBER 16, 2013

REGULAR SESSION

THE STATE OF TEXAS

COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY

BE IT REMEMBERED that on this the 16 th

day of December, 2013 the Honorable

Commissioners Court of Montgomery County, Texas, was duly convened in a Regular Session in the Commissioners Courtroom of the Alan B. Sadler Commissioners Court Building, 501

North Thompson, Conroe, Texas, with the following members of the Court present:

County Judge

Commissioner, Precinct 1

Commissioner, Precinct 2

Commissioner, Precinct 3

Commissioner, Precinct 4

Also County Clerk’s Office

Alan B. Sadler

Mike Meador

Craig Doyal

James Noack

Ed Rinehart

Francine Nichols

INVOCATION GIVEN BY JERILYN WILLIAMS.

THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

RECITED.

THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE TEXAS STATE FLAG RECITED.

1. COMMISSIONERS COURT AGENDA APPROVED.

Motion by Commissioner Noack, seconded by Commissioner Rinehart, to approve

Commissioners Court Agenda for discussion and necessary action. Motion carried.

AGENDA ITEM 19A1 WAS MOVED FROM OPEN TO BE CONSIDERED PRIOR TO THE

CONSENT AGENDA:

2. RESOLUTION APPROVED – H-GAC REPRESENTATION – COMMISSIONER

PRECINCT 3

Motion by Commissioner Noack, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to approve

Resolution In Support Of The Woodlands Township’s Request To The Houston-

Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) For Representation On The Transportation Policy

Council. Motion carried.

PROCLAMATIONS/PRESENTATIONS – AGENDA ITEMS 7A-D

3.

MONTGOMERY COUNTY UNITED WAY PRESENTED VARIOUS EMPLOYEES

AND DEPARTMENTS WITH AWARDS FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE 2013

UNITED WAY FUND DRIVE.

TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE EXTENSION PRESENTED THEIR ANNUAL

INTERPRETATION “2013 MAKING A DIFFERENCE”.

PROCLAMATION APPROVED – TEEN SAFE DRIVER DAY

Motion by Commissioner Doyal, seconded by Commissioner Noack, to approve the

Proclamation of Appreciation For Jacob Hayden Teen Safe Driver Day honoring Jacob

Hayden in appreciation of his support for being a safe teen driver in Montgomery County and for receiving the Garison Steele Safe Driver Elite Award and his dedication to be a safe teen driver. Motion carried.

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EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH AWARD FOR DECEMBER 2013 WAS PRESENTED BY

JUDGE MATT MASDEN TO DEANNA HARTMAN.

4. CONSENT AGENDA APPROVED - AGENDA ITEMS 8A-I

Motion by Commissioner Doyal, seconded by Commissioner Meador, to approve the

Consent Agenda, as follows:

COUNTY AUDITOR – AGENDA ITEMS 8A1-4

A1.

A2.

PAYMENT OF ACCOUNTS APPROVED, as submitted by the County Auditor.

BUDGET AMENDMENTS FY13 APPROVED: a. Various: To adjust restricted lines. b. County Attorney Title IV-E Grant: To transfer funds for Title IV-E Grant for County Attorney for Quarter ending 09/30/13. c. Juvenile Foster Care Title IV-E/13: To recognize and allocate revenue for

Juvenile Title IV-E. d. Memorial Library: To adjust line items.

A3. CONSIDER AND APPROVE THE BUDGET AMENDMENTS FY14: a. C/P – Revenue/Tax Bonds 09: To adjust line items. b. Constable Precinct 2: Allocate commissions. c. Constable Precinct 4: To fund Constable 4 vehicles (M14 & 15/ 11.18.13). d. County Judge – Low Income Repair Assistance Program: To recognize and allocate FY 2014 LIRAP Grant. e. 410 th

District Court: To transfer funds for VPN. f. Infrastructure: To allocate major project funds as authorized by CCT

(M16/10.14.13). g. Memorial Library: To allocate revenue. h. Sheriff – STEP Speed FY14: To adjust line items. i. Sheriff: To adjust line items.

A4. REPORT ACCEPTED of FY2013 Chapter 59 Asset Forfeiture Report by Law

Enforcement Agency (Fire Marshal).

TREASURER – AGENDA ITEMS 8B1-3

B1. STATEMENT OF BALANCES APPROVED for September (corrected) and

October 2013.

B2. UPDATED BANK SIGNATURE CARDS APPROVED for Woodforest National

Bank.

B3. WEEKLY INVESTMENT REPORT ACCEPTED for week ending December 6,

2013.

TAX ASSESSOR/COLLECTOR – AGENDA ITEMS 8C1-2

C1. TAX COLLECTION REPORT ACCEPTED for the month ending November 30,

2013.

C2. SUPPLEMENTAL CHANGES ACKNOWLEDGED for November 2013 from

Montgomery Central Appraisal District for property located in Montgomery

County.

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PURCHASING – AGENDA ITEMS 8D1-5

D1. BIDS APPROVED: a. Contract awarded to Reliable Signal & Lighting Solutions, LLC, for underground work for signalization at intersection of Kuykendahl Road at

Bay Branch Drive (Project #2014-0014), in the amount of $40,870.00 –

Precinct 3.

D2. RENEWALS APPROVED: a. b. c. d.

BNB ENVIROTECH, INC. (P.O. #2012150) for mowing right-of-ways, expires 02/10/14 – Precinct 1.

DYNAMIC VISION CO. INC. (P.O. #2012127) for LED Signal Modules, expires 02/25/14 – Various Departments.

STRIPES & STOPS COMPANY, INC. (P.O. #2012228) for pavement striping, expires 03/25/14 – Various Precincts.

TEXAS LONE STAR PAVEMENT SERVICE, INC. (P.O. #2012229) for pavement striping, expires 03/25/14 – Various Precincts.

D3. CHANGE ORDERS APPROVED: a. Change Order #4 (P.O. #2011319) to Unifirst Corp. for uniform rental and services – Various Departments. b. Change Order #9 (P.O. #2008174) to Motorola Solutions, Inc., to provide infrastructure and subscriber equipment along with associated services and peripheral equipment to join the Harris County Regional Radio System thru the Interlocal Agreement with HGAC, amending the Agreement to provide hardware associated with a 2 channel expansion of the existing 6 site simulcast system. This change Order will not increase the total contract price. Instead of increasing the Contract price by $453,415.00, the

County agrees to reduce the amount of subscribers/consoles required to be provided by Motorola under the Contract by $453,415.00 – Sheriff.

D4. DISCRETIONARY EXEMPTIONS APPROVED: a. Consolidated Communications of Texas for local line services –

Montgomery County Inmate Telephone Service. Section 262.024(a)(7)(C)

– Infrastructure. b. c.

Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) and SHI Government

Solutions, Contract #DIR-SDD-2500 for products and related services.

Section 271.083(b) – Various Departments.

Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) and Lenovo (United

States), Inc., Contract #DIR-SDD-2030 for products and related services.

Section 271.083(b) – Various Departments. d. Midwest Tape Librarians #1 Media Source for library digital platform for mobile apps (Hoopla). Section 262.024(a)(7)(A) – Library.

D5. PURCHASE APPROVED of two 2014 Ford Fusions, from Silsbee Ford, in the amount of $32,705.18 through the Interlocal Agreement with BuyBoard Contract

#430-13 – Custodial Services.

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RISK MANAGEMENT – AGENDA ITEMS 8E1-5

E1. PAYMENT ACKNOWLEDGED AND RECORDED into Minutes to Fred Loya

Insurance Company, as subrogee of Barbara L. Empson in the amount of

$5,701.56 in reference to Claim #A-13-0055. Date of accident May 28, 2013.

E2. PAYMENT ACKNOWLEDGED AND RECORDED into Minutes to

CenterPoint Energy in the amount of $257.50, in reference to Claim #B-14-0013.

Date of accident: November 7, 2013.

E3. RECOMMENDATIONS AND RENEWALS OF SERVICE PROVIDERS

APPROVED for Montgomery County Employee Benefit Plan for 2014 benefit plan year as presented in the letter dated December 10, 2013, from Boon-

Chapman Benefit Administrators, Trustee for the plan.

E4. DOCUMENT APPROVED 2014 Montgomery County Employee Benefit Plan

Document and authorize the Director of Risk Management to sign any required renewal documents.

E5. CHANGES, ADDITIONS AND RELEASES APPROVED for the following:

BOND

COMMISSIONERS – AGENDA ITEMS 8F1-6

F1. PRECINCT 1

NAME/DEPT

24871666 Ballinger, Jimmy/Const Pct 4

AMOUNT ACTION

$5,000 Reserve/Cont Cert a. REAPPOINTMENTS APPROVED of the following to ESD #1 Board of

Commissioners for a two-year term of office ending December 31, 2015:

Chuck Frank

Robert Walker b. REAPPOINTMENTS APPROVED of the following to ESD #2 Board of

Commissioners for a two-year term of office ending December 31, 2015:

Michael Mason

Emmett Pugh c. USE AGREEMENT APPROVED:

1. DWI Tracker

17 th

annual Montgomery Country Tree of Angels Dedication

Courthouse Steps - December 12, 2013

F2. PRECINCT 2 a. REAPPOINTMENTS APPROVED of the following to ESD #10 Board of

Commissioners for a two-year term of office ending December 31, 2015:

Robert Buschardt

Wesley Werner

F3. PRECINCT 3 a. REAPPOINTMENTS APPROVED of the following to ESD #8 Board of

Commissioners for a two-year term of office ending December 31, 2015:

James Kelly

Rodney Otto

Andrew Walters

Session of December 16, 2013

Page 5 of 12 b. REAPPOINTMENTS APPROVED of the following to ESD #14 Board of

Commissioners for a two-year term of office ending December 31, 2015:

Alan Dreesan

Danny Olsen

Shirley Grandjean

F4. PRECINCT 4 a. REAPPOINTMENTS APPROVED of the following to ESD #6 Board of

Commissioners for a two-year term of office ending December 31, 2015:

Donnie Click

Therlyn Cook

Steven Carlisle b. REAPPOINTMENTS APPROVED of the following to ESD #7 Board of

Commissioners for a two-year term of office ending December 31, 2015: c.

Wanda James

Janice Peterson

REAPPOINTMENTS APPROVED of the following to ESD #9 Board of

Commissioners for a two-year term of office ending December 31, 2015:

Lois Clancy

Paul Babb, Sr.,

Catherine Lee d. e.

REAPPOINTMENTS APPROVED of the following to ESD #11 Board of

Commissioners for a two-year term of office ending December 31, 2015:

Dustin Payne

Jerry Guion

Chris Lantini

REAPPOINTMENTS APPROVED of the following to ESD #12 Board of

Commissioners for a two-year term of office ending December 31, 2015:

Michael Armstrong

Thomas Hart

Terry Mann f. RESIGNATION ACCEPTED of ESD #12 Commissioner Marvin

Musgrove and appoint Terry Cooper to serve the remainder of Mr.

Musgrove’s term ending December 31, 2014.

F5. PRECINCT 1 & 2 a. REAPPOINTMENTS APPROVED of the following to ESD #3 Board of

Commissioners for a two-year term of office ending December 31, 2015:

Janice Murphy

Lee Reed

F6. PRECINCT 2 & 4 a. REAPPOINTMENTS APPROVED of the following to ESD #5 Board of

Commissioners for a two-year term of office ending December 31, 2015:

Charlie Hair

Homer Wilson

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Page 6 of 12 b. APPOINTMENT/REAPPOINTMENT APPROVED of the following to

ESD #4 Board of Commissioners for a two-year term of office ending

December 31, 2015:

Appoint: Howard Livesay

Reappoint: Brian Arceneaux

COMMISSIONERS – COUNTY ENGINEER – AGENDA ITEMS 8G1-3

G1. PRECINCT 2 a. b. c. d.

FINAL PLAT APPROVED for Bonterra at Woodforest, Section 1, 52.82

Acres, James Pevehouse Survey, A-29.

FINAL PLAT APPROVED for Durango Creek, Section 6, 16.956 Acres,

Dickinson Garrett Survey, A-225.

FINAL PLAT APPROVED for Forest Crossing, Section 4, 13,701 Square

Feet, Dickinson Garrett Survey, A-225.

REQUEST ACCEPTED from Aqua Texas to place a 6-inch water and sanitary line within the right of way of Egypt Lane in Montgomery

County, Texas.

G2. PRECINCT 3 a. FINAL PLAT APPROVED for Cedarwood Trace Drive From Birnham

Woods Drive to Woodsons Shore Drive Street Dedication, 3.362 Acres,

Montgomery County School Land Survey, A-350. b. FINAL PLAT APPROVED for Office Oakridge, 1.0819 Acres, Charles

Eisterwall Survey, A-191. c. FINAL PLAT APPROVED for Rayford Road Extension South of Riley

Fuzzel Road STD, 4.11 Acres, Montgomery County School Land Survey,

A-351.

G3. PRECINCT 4 a. FINAL PLAT APPROVED for Deerwood, Section 5, 38.546 Acres, H.S.

Williamson Survey, A-635.

COUNTY ATTORNEY – REAL PROPERTY – AGENDA ITEMS 8H1-3

H1. PRECINCT 1 a. AGREEMENT APPROVED Authorizing Placement Of Improvements

Within Right-Of-Way between Montgomery County, Texas and The

Walden On Lake Conroe Community Improvement Association, Inc., described as Melville Drive.

H2. PRECINCT 2 a. PUBLIC HEARING DATE APPROVED of January 27, 2014 to consider closing, abandoning, and vacating portions of public road right-of-way within Woodtrace Boulevard Street Dedication, Woodtrace Section One,

Woodtrace Section Two and Woodtrace Section Three.

H3. ALL PRECINCTS a. PUBLIC HEARING DATE APPROVED of January 27, 2014, to consider amending 1984 Rules and Regulations for Subdivisions to require two means of ingress and egress for residential subdivisions that are subdivided into 1,000 or more lots.

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ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH – AGENDA ITEM I1

I1. VARIANCE REQUEST APPROVED to install an aerobic on-site system in the

100-year floodplain located at 7331 Washington Avenue, Montgomery, Texas

77316.

Motion carried.

END OF CONSENT AGENDA

5. APPLICATION APPROVED – FY15 SPEED STEP GRANT – SHERIFF

Motion by Commissioner Doyal, seconded by Commissioner Noack, to approve the

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office application to TxDOT for the electronic submission of the TxDOT Fiscal Year 2015 Speed STEP Grant in the amount of $57,383.40. The

County match of $27,102.87 will be addressed in the FY2015 budget process. Motion carried.

6.

7.

FUNDS ACCEPTED – FY14 STEP-IMPAIRED DRIVING GRANT – SHERIFF

Motion by Commissioner Meador, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to accept funds from TxDOT for the FY2014 STEP – Impaired Driving Mobilization Grant in the amount of $24,598.08. Matching funds of $9,988.02 will be funded from the Sheriff’s budget 5601. Motion carried.

REQUEST APPROVED – ADDITIONAL DEPUTIES – SHERIFF

Motion by Commissioner Noack, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to approve the addition of two Deputy positions within the County Jail effective January 4, 2014. The positions are required for the Jail kitchen operation which is scheduled to begin serving inmates mid-January. Salary and benefit funding is $125,131.60 annually and will be funded from Contingency. Motion carried.

8.

9.

APPLICATION APPROVED – SEARCH WARRANTS STOP DRUNK DRIVER

GRANT – DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Motion by Commissioner Meador, seconded by Commissioner Noack, to approve the application to TxDOT for the Search Warrants Stop Drunk Driver Grant in the amount of

$121.276.06 with a total match of $81,906.35. $42,037.40 from the District Attorney

Budget and $39,868.95 in-kind match. Motion carried.

REQUEST APPROVED – PROPERTY APPRAISAL – INFRASTRUCTURE

Motion by Commissioner Noack, seconded by Commissioner Meador, to approve the request to obtain an appraisal for the property located at 1500 North Frazier Street,

Conroe, Texas 77301. Cost of appraisal will be funded by Contingency. Motion carried.

10. REQUEST APPROVED – FY2014 BUDGET ADJUSTMENT – MANAGED

ASSIGNED COUNSEL

Motion by Commissioner Doyal, seconded by Commissioner Meador, at approve the

Fiscal Year 2014 Budget Adjustment Request – Grant Number 212-14-D04 to the Texas

Indigent Defense commission for the Montgomery County Managed Assigned Counsel

Program Discretionary Grant and authorize Judge Sadler to sign. Motion carried.

11. STATEMENT ACCEPTED – FINANCIAL POSITION – COMMUNITY

SUPERVISION AND CORRECTIONS

Motion by Commissioner Noack, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to accept the Adult

Probation Department’s Statement of Financial Position as required by the Community

Justice Assistance Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Local

Government Code, Section 140.004. Motion carried.

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12. REQUEST APPROVED – INCREASE RENTAL FEES – CONVENTION & EXPO

CENTER

Motion by Commissioner Meador, seconded by Commissioner Noack, to approve increasing the rental rates on existing facilities and miscellaneous fees at the Lone Star

Convention Center, Expo Center, Festival area and the Montgomery County Fairgrounds effective January 1, 2014. These increases do not affect the Montgomery County Fair,

FFA or 4-H organizations or events under current negotiation or contract. Motion carried.

13. REPORT APPROVED – PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION – COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT

Motion by Judge Sadler, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to approve the 2012

Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER). Motion carried.

14. CONTRACT AWARDED – WINDOW REPLACEMENT & MECHANICAL

CHANGES – INFRASTRUCTURE

Motion by Commissioner Meador, seconded by Commissioner Noack, to approve awarding Contract to Diamond Commercial Construction, Inc., for Montgomery County

Courts Window Replacement and Mechanical Changes (Project #2014-0012) in the amount of $1,938,000.00. Motion carried.

15. DISCRETIONARY EXEMPTION APPROVED – BROADDUS & ASSOCIATES –

INFRASTRUCTURE

Motion by Commissioner Noack, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to approve a discretionary exemption to Broaddus & Associates for facility space needs assessment in the amount of $105,760.00 plus reimbursable expenses. Reimbursable expenses include, but are not limited to: reproduction, postage, overnight delivery, travel expenses, etc. All expenses will be billed at direct cost plus 10% and will not exceed 15% of the total fee.

Funding will be provided by funds set aside from the sale of the Joe Corley facility.

[Section 262.024(a)(4)] Motion carried.

16. AGREEMENT APPROVED – LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES – COUNTY

ATTORNEY

Motion by Commissioner Doyal, seconded by Commissioner Meador, to approve

Interlocal Agreement between The Woodlands Township and Montgomery County for law enforcement services to be performed by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.

Motion carried.

17. AGREEMENT APPROVED – INTERIM FUNDING – COUNTY ATTORNEY

Motion by Commissioner Noack, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to approve

Interlocal Agreement between The Woodlands Township and Montgomery County for

2014 interim funding for the Justice of the Peace Precinct 3 and Constable Precinct 3.

Motion carried.

18. REQUEST APPROVED – TERMINATION OF CONTRACTS – COUNTY

ATTORNEY

Motion by Commissioner Meador, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to approve termination of temporary employment contracts for Mental Health Managed Assigned

Counsel for Latanza Gaddis, Allison Hauptstueck, and Meagan Elzner, effective

December 31, 2013. Motion carried.

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19. AGREEMENT APPROVED – SHELTER COSTS FUNDING – COUNTY

ATTORNEY

Motion by Commissioner Meador, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to approve

Agreement between Montgomery County and Montgomery County Youth Services related to the Montgomery County Community Development Emergency Solutions Grant

Program, to provide funding for shelter costs for homeless individuals. Motion carried.

20. AGREEMENT APPROVED – JAIL CHAPLAIN SERVICES – COUNTY ATTORNEY

Motion by Commissioner Meador, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to approve

Agreement between Montgomery County Sheriff and Dennis Anderson for Jail Chaplain services, and authorize a discretionary exemption under Local Government Code

262.024(a)(4). Motion carried.

21. RELEASE APPROVED – LENDING BALL FIELD RAKE – COUNTY ATTORNEY

Motion by Commissioner Meador, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to approve

Landlord’s Release to allow Montgomery Youth Sports Association to secure lending for a ball field rake to be used at West Park on FM 149 in Montgomery, and authorize Judge

Sadler to execute. Motion carried.

22. AMENDMENT APPROVED – TAX ABATEMENT AGREEMENTS – COUNTY

ATTORNEY

Motion by Commissioner Noack, seconded by Judge Sadler, to approve Amendment to

Tax Abatement Agreements between Montgomery County, Texas and HL Champion

Holding Company, LLC (Owner) and Exxon Mobil Corporation (Tenant). Motion carried.

23. REQUESTS APPROVED – ASSIGNMENTS OF LAND LEASE AGREEMENTS –

COUNTY ATTORNEY

Motion by Commissioner Meador, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to approve the following: a. Partial Assignment of Land Lease Agreement from HBD Hangers, LLC to Ramon

Perez Cordoba for 3,180 square feet of land located at the Lone Star Executive

Airport. b. Assignment of Land Lease Agreement from Bart Huffaker dba Lone Star

Executive Hangers to HBD Hangers, LLC for 3,292 square feet of land located at the Lone Star Executive Airport.

Motion carried.

PRIOR TO THE COURT RECESSING FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION COMMISSIONER

NOACK INQUIRED IF SESSION ITEM 20B CAN BE DISCUSSED IN OPEN COURT. IT

WAS REITERATED BY THE COUNTY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE THAT THE COURT CAN

NOT TAKE ANY ACTION IN EXECUTIVE SESSION ISSUES IN EXECUTIVE SESSION.

ANY ACTION FROM EXECUTIVE SESSION HAS TO COME OUT IN THE OPEN COURT

ARENA. EXECUTIVE SESSION IS THE ONLY TIME THAT THE COUNTY ATTORNEY,

AS ATTORNEY’S FOR THE COUNTY, CAN ADVISE THE COMMISSIONERS WITH

LEGAL ADVICE. THE COUNTY ATTORNEY CANNOT MEET WITH THE

COMMISSIONERS AS A GROUP OR AS A QUARUM TO NOT BE IN VIOLATION OF

THE OPEN MEETINGS ACT. [PLEASE LISTEN TO AUDIO FOR MORE DETAILS.]

THE COURT RECESSED FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION PURSUANT TO ONE OR MORE OF

THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS OF THE TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE, TO WIT:

CHAPTER 551, SUB-CHAPTER D, ARTICLES 551.071, 551.072

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EXECUTIVE SESSION – AGENDA ITEM 20A: CONSIDER AND DISCUSS

CAUSE NO. 4:13-CV-02700; STYLED AIMEE WARD (sic) V. TEXAS DFPS,

ET AL.: IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE

SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS. (SECTION 551.071)

EXECUTIVE SESSION – AGENDA ITEM 20B: CONSIDER AND DISCUSS

CLAIMS REGARDING THE JOE CORLEY DETENTION CENTER AND

MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT FACILITY. (SECTION 551.071)

EXECUTIVE SESSION – AGENDA ITEM 20C: CONSIDER AND TAKE

APPROPRIATE ACTION REGARDING PROPOSAL FOR PURCHASE AND

SALE OF MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT FACILITY. (SECTION 551.072)

COMMISSIONERS COURT RECONVENED WITH ALL MEMBERS PRESENT.

24. MOTION PERTAINING TO DEMAND LETTERS WITH REGARD TO EXECUTIVE

SESSION AGENDA ITEM 20B

Motion by Commissioner Meador to request the Court to vote to rescind the demand letters until damages have been proven. Motion died for lack of a second.

NO ACTION TAKEN ON MATTERS IN EXECUTIVE SESSION.

CITIZENS – AGENDA ITEM 22

MR. BILL O’SULLIVAN EXPRESSED CONCERN REGARDING THE PURSUIT OF THE

FUNDS PERTAINING TO LETTERS OF DEMAND AND THE ENTIRE SITUATION

REGARDING THE JOE CORLEY DETENTION CENTER AND MENTAL HEALTH

TREATMENT FACILITY.

STEVE TOTH, STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 15 SPOKE REGARDING

EGREGIOUS BEHAVIOR AND TRANSPARENCY.

25. PAYROLL CHANGE REQUEST FORMS APPROVED – HUMAN RESOURCES

Motion by Commissioner Noack, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to approve the following Payroll Change Request Forms:

Request of Airport to increase salary of Scott Eugene Smith, Director – Airport, due to equity adjustment, effective December 7, 2013.

Request of Custodial to remove Nieta G. Youngblood, Custodian I, from payroll due to retirement, effective December 31, 2013. [16.00 hour or balance holiday.]

Request of Commissioner Precinct 1 to remove Tommy Singleton, Operator I, from payroll due to retirement effective December 16, 2013. [16.53 hours or balance vacation;

15.51 hours or balance compensatory.]

Request of Commissioner Precinct 4 to place Daniel R. Swindall, Operator 1, on unpaid leave of absence, effective December 9, 2013.

Request of Constable Precinct 1 to increase salary of Billy Burnett, Jr., Deputy

Constable, due to STEP increase, effective January 4, 2014.

Request of Constable Precinct 1 to revise leave anniversary date for Bryan DuBose,

Deputy, to the date of September 15, 1985, effective October 28, 2013.

Request of Constable Precinct 1 to increase salary of Richard Faught, Deputy, due to

STEP increase, effective December 21, 2013.

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Request of Constable Precinct 3 to accept resignation of David Stafford, Deputy, effective November 22, 2013. [192.80 hours or balance vacation; 89.26 hour or balance compensatory; 49.50 hours or balance holiday.]

Request of County Clerk to increase salary of Jana Sue Farrell, Clerk II, due to transfer as replacement for Amber Cook, effective December 21, 2013.

Request of County Clerk to accept resignation of Sarah Elizabeth Flinn, Clerk II, effective December 3, 2013. [16.00 hour or balance holiday.]

Request of County Clerk to increase salary of Eden Leeann McMahan Stewart, Clerk II, due to status change (new position approved by Commissioners Court 12/09/13), effective January 4, 2014.

Request of District Attorney to place Philip Teissier, Attorney II, on payroll as replacement for Amanda J. Hill, effective December 30, 2013.

Request of District Clerk to place Glen A. Kinser, Part Time Clerk, on payroll as replacement for Corrina Ferrara, effective December 4, 2013.

Request of Juvenile to place Kristina Robin Crowson, Clerk III, on payroll into new position, effective December 9, 2013.

Request of Juvenile to decrease salary of Destiny Fuller, Juvenile Probation Officer, due to demotion into new position, effective December 7, 2013.

Request of Library to change status of William Benjamin Brogdon, Part Time Reference

Librarian, from temporary to regular (ACA compliance), effective December 9, 2013.

Request of Managed Assigned Counsel to decrease salary of Meagan Elzner, Case

Worker/MAC, due to employee status change from temporary to regular (ACA compliance), effective January 1, 2014.

Request of Managed Assigned Counsel to decrease salary of Latanza Gaddis, Case

Worker/MAC, due to employee status change from temporary to regular (ACA compliance), effective January 1, 2014.

Request of Managed Assigned Counsel to decrease salary of Allison Hauptstueck, Case

Management Coordinator, due to employee status change from temporary to regular

(ACA compliance), effective January 1, 2014.

Request of Sheriff to increase salary of Jack Armstrong, Deputy Patrol, due to STEP increase, effective December 7, 2013.

Request of Sheriff to increase salary of Dewey Bonner, Sergeant Detention, due to STEP increase, effective December 21, 2013.

Request of Sheriff to increase salary of Jeremiah Bourne, Deputy Patrol, due to STEP increase, effective January 4, 2014.

Request of Sheriff to discharge Corbin Clair, Officer Civilian Detention, effective

December 4, 2013. [19.50 hours or balance compensatory, 24.00 hours or balance holiday.]

Request of Sheriff to increase salary of Oliver Coward, Corporal Detention, due to STEP increase, effective December 21, 2013.

Request of Sheriff to increase salary of Billy Jordan, Deputy Detention, due to STEP increase, effective December 21, 2013.

Request of Sheriff to increase salary of Jeremy Kader, Corporal Patrol, due to STEP increase, effective January 4, 2014.

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Request of Sheriff to increase salary of Aaron Lamphier, Deputy Patrol, due to STEP increase, effective January 4, 2014.

Request of Sheriff to place Ella Lewis, Deputy Detention, on unpaid FMLA/Disability

Leave, effective December 1, 2013.

Request of Sheriff to increase salary of Paige Pangarakis, Admin Assistant II, due to completion of probationary period, effective December 21, 2013.

Request of Sheriff to increase salary of Donna Rippley, Detective, due to STEP increase, effective January 4, 2014.

Request of Sheriff to increase salary of Teri Ross, Deputy Patrol, due to STEP increase, effective December 21, 2013.

Request of Sheriff to increase salary of Rodger Thompson, Deputy Patrol, due to STEP increase, effective January 4, 2014.

Request of Justice of the Peace Precinct 1 to accept resignation of Mindy Moreno, Court

Clerk IV, effective November 28, 2013. [70.92 hours or balance vacation; 48.75 hours or balance compensatory; 16.00 hours or balance holiday.]

Request of Justice of the Peace Precinct 1 to place Melissa D. Ringo, Court Clerk IV, on payroll as replacement for Mindy Moreno, effective January 6, 2014.

Request of Juvenile to accept resignation of Christopher Cody Martin, Juvenile Probation

Officer Assistant, effective December 11, 2013. Eligible for re-hire. [77.31 hours or balance vacation; 23.00 hours or balance holiday.]

Request of Sheriff to place Samuel Almazan, Officer Civilian Detention, on payroll as replacement for Willem Vander Werff, effective December 14, 2013.

Request of Sheriff to place James Bryant, Officer Civilian Detention, on payroll as replacement for Corbin Clair, effective December 14, 2013.

Request of Sheriff to place Christopher Herrera, Officer Civilian Detention, on payroll as replacement for Erin Vasquez, effective December 14, 2013.

Request of Sheriff to increase salary of Joshua Hunter, Deputy Detention, due to promotion as replacement for Michael Lee, effective December 14, 2013.

26. COURT ADJOURNS

Motion by Commissioner Meador, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to adjourn this session of Court. Motion carried.

The above and foregoing minutes were read and approved by the Court.

ATTEST:

Mark Turnbull, County Clerk

Ex-Officio Clerk - Commissioners’ Court

Montgomery County, Texas

BY: ______________________________

COUNTY CLERK

______________________________

COUNTY JUDGE

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