October 6, 2014

October 6, 2014
COMMISSIONERS COURT MINUTES
OCTOBER 6, 2014
REGULAR SESSION
THE STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY
BE IT REMEMBERED that on this the 6th day of October, 2014, 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
Alan B. Sadler
Commissioner, Precinct 1
Mike Meador
Commissioner, Precinct 2
Craig Doyal
Commissioner, Precinct 3
James Noack
Commissioner, Precinct 4
Ed Rinehart
Also County Clerk’s Office
Francine Nichols
INVOCATION given by Jerilynn Williams.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE to the United States flag recited.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE to the Texas state flag recited.
1.
COMMISSIONERS COURT AGENDA APPROVED – COUNTY JUDGE
Motion by Commissioner Noack, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to approve
Commissioners Court Agenda for discussion and necessary action. Motion carried.
SCOTT SMITH, LONE STAR EXECUTIVE AIRPORT, PRESENTED MICHAEL
MANNING, AS THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH FOR
SEPTEMBER, 2014.
2.
PROCLAMATION APPROVED – KEEPING THE LIGHTS ON AFTERSCHOOL
Motion by Commissioner Meador, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to proclaim
October 23, 2014, as “Lights On Afterschool Day” in Montgomery County and
encourage all citizens to engage in and support innovative afterschool programs and
activities. Motion carried.
JULIE MARTINEAU, MONTGOMERY COUNTY UNITED WAY, DISCUSSED THE
UPCOMING UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN.
COMMISSIONER RINEHART WISHED TO RECOGNIZE DELVIN DENNIS TO THE
COURT.
3.
CONSENT AGENDA – AGENDA ITEMS 8A-L
Motion by Commissioner Doyal, seconded by Commissioner Noack, to approve the
Consent Agenda, as follows:
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COUNTY AUDITOR – AGENDA ITEMS 8A1-5
A1.
A2.
PAYMENT OF ACCOUNTS APPROVED, as submitted by the County Auditor.
BUDGET AMENDMENTS FY14 APPROVED:
a.
Various: To adjust restricted lines.
b.
284TH District Court: To transfer funds for VPN.
c.
Commissioner Precinct 3: To adjust line items and allocate revenue.
d.
Commissioner Precinct 3: To correct 09.29.14 budget amendment.
e.
Commissioner Precinct 4: To adjust line items.
f.
Constable Precinct 1: To recognize and allocate revenue.
g.
Constable Precinct 2: Recognize and allocate revenues.
h.
Constable Precinct 3: To adjust line items.
i.
Constable Precinct 5: To adjust line items.
j.
County Court at Law #4: To adjust line items as approved with Motion 18
– September 30, 2013.
k.
County Court at Law #5: To adjust line items as approved with Motion 18
– September 30, 2013.
l.
County Engineer ARRA: To eliminate budgets for ARRA projects that are
closed.
m.
Court Operations: To adjust line items.
n.
Court Reporter Service Fund: To recognize and allocate revenue.
o.
District Attorney Hot Checks: To adjust line items.
p.
District Attorney/Domestic Violence Grant Fiscal Year 15: To adjust
budget to include September local funding.
q.
DWI Court: To adjust line items.
r.
Elections – 4902 – Voter Registration: Recognize and allocate revenues.
s.
Fire Marshal: Adjust line items.
t.
Information Technology: To adjust line items.
u.
Justice of the Peace Precinct 5: To adjust line item.
v.
Juvenile Case Manager Fund: To recognize and allocate revenue.
w.
Juvenile Probation/State Aid-A/14: To adjust line items for BAR #3 and to
adjust line items.
x.
Montgomery County Community Development – Home/$413,684 – Year
11: To adjust line items.
y.
Office of Court Administration: To adjust line items as approved with
Motion 18 – September 30, 2013.
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A3.
z.
Sheriff: To adjust line items.
aa.
Sheriff/HIDTA Grant: To adjust line items.
BUDGET AMENDMENTS FY15 APPROVED:
a.
Various: To correct budget upload that erroneously included excluded
depts.
A4.
UNAUDITED FINANCIAL REPORT APPROVED for the month of September,
2014.
A5.
INTERIM ARBITRAGE REBATE ANALYSIS ACCEPTED and County Judge
is authorized to sign for the Montgomery County, Texas Limited Tax Bonds,
Series 2009.
TREASURER – AGENDA ITEMS 8B1-2
B1.
ACCEPTANCE OF THE WEEKLY INVESTMENT ACTIVITY APPROVED
for the week ending September 25, 2014.
B2.
ACCEPTANCE OF THE MONTHLY INVESTMENT REPORT APPROVED
for the month ending September 30, 2014.
TAX ASSESSOR/COLLECTOR – AGENDA ITEMS 8C1-3.
C1.
ACCEPTANCE OF RIDERS APPROVED for change of Obligee to Montgomery
County Tax Assessor-Collector effective October 1, 2014. Accept any and all
executed documents to effectuate this change:
a.
b.
c.
Surety Bond #65BSBBY2093 for Gullo Cars of Conroe I, dba Gullo Ford
Mercury of Conroe & Anthony Gullo.
Surety Bond #65BSBBY3441 for Tony Motors I, LP dba Gullo Toyota of
Conroe & Anthony Gullo.
Surety Bond #65BSBFE2563 for Demontrond Auto County, Inc.
C2.
MONTHLY TAX COLLECTION REPORT ACCEPTED for month ending
September 30, 2014 and Fiscal Year ending September 30, 2014.
C3.
RESOLUTION AND ORDER APPROVED recognizing transfer of tax rolls and
delivery of receipts between outgoing Tax Assessor-Collector and successor Tax
Assessor-Collector and authorization for such receipts to be accepted by the
County Clerk.
PURCHASING – AGENDA ITEMS 8D1-6
D1.
D2.
ADVERTISING APPROVED:
a.
Crushed Aggregate Base Coarse (Project 2015-0007) – Various Precincts.
b.
RFP/Q Financial Software Suite (Project 2015-0010) – Various
Departments.
CONTRACTS AWARDED:
a.
Single Family Housing Replacement Program - Project 2014-0061
(Montgomery County Community Development) awarded to AMERICAN
HOMESTAR CORPORATION.
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D3.
D4.
D5.
RENEWALS:
a.
P.O. 2012510 to COIN COPIERS, INC. for coin operated copy machines and
computer printer services, expires 12/02/14 – Various Departments.
b.
P.O. 2013159 to HOMETOWN VENDING SERVICES, INC. for vending
machine services, expires 01/13/15 – Various Departments.
c.
P.O. 2013121 to COBURN’S SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. for plumbing items
and miscellaneous supplies, expires 01/22/15 – Various Departments.
d.
P.O. 2013122 to MORRISON SUPPLY COMPANY for plumbing items and
miscellaneous supplies, expires 01/22/15 – Various Departments.
CHANGE ORDERS:
a.
Change Order #1 (P.O. 2014026) to ELDRED EURAL KEAHEY, DVM for
veterinary services [Animal Control] to cancel the contract effective
October 25, 2014.
b.
Change Order #2 (P.O. 2013279) to HD PROTECH for traffic monitoring
cameras (PTZ Cameras) [Various Departments] for changes as per
documents on file.
c.
Change Order #27 (P.O. 2009386) to PIERCE, DAMON K dba
DIAMONDBACK SERVICE MANAGEMENT for pest control services [Various
Departments] for changes as per documents on file.
d.
Change Order #8 (P.O. 2008542) to A & B CRUSHED CONCRETE, LLC for
bulk road materials [Precinct 4] for changes as per documents on file.
e.
Change Order #3 (P.O. 2012493) to A & B CRUSHED CONCRETE, LLC for
bulk road materials [Various Precincts] for changes as per attached. Item
did read “Prime Award”, should read “Alternate Award”.
f.
Change Order #2 (P.O. 2012477) to Pavers Supply Company for bulk road
materials [Various Precincts], item #.019 did read “Alternate Award”,
should read “Prime Award”.
DISCRETIONARY EXEMPTIONS:
a.
GULF COAST TRADES CENTER for residential services – Juvenile.
§262.024(a)(4).
b.
WOODWARD ACADEMY for residential services – Juvenile. §262.024(a)(4).
c.
4M YOUTH SERVICES – ROCKDALE REGIONAL JUVENILE JUSTICE CENTER
for residential services – Juvenile. §262.024(a)(4).
d.
THE TREEHOUSE CENTER, INC. for residential services – Juvenile.
§262.024(a)(4).
e.
PHOENIX HOUSES
§262.024(a)(4).
f.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY YOUTH SERVICES for residential services –
Juvenile. §262.024(a)(4).
g.
AZLEWAY, INC. for residential services – Juvenile. §262.024(a)(4).
OF
TEXAS for residential services – Juvenile.
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D6.
h.
GRAYSON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE SERVICES for residential
services – Juvenile. §262.024(a)(4).
i.
PEGASUS SCHOOLS,
§262.024(a)(4).
j.
4M GRANBURY YOUTH SERVICES, INC. dba Granbury Regional Juvenile
Justice Center for secure long-term residential service of juvenile
offenders space available – Juvenile §262.024(a)(4).
k.
HAYS COUNTY JUVENILE BOARD for secure long-term and short-term
residential service of juvenile offenders space available – Juvenile
§262.024(a)(4).
l.
RONALD J. MASSEY for non-residential services – Juvenile §262.024(a)(4).
m.
PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES CENTER for non-residential services – Juvenile
§262.024(a)(4).
n.
CATALINA ELJURE, M.A. for non-residential services – Juvenile
§262.024(a)(4).
o.
SANDY DUNNUCK for non-residential services – Juvenile §262.024(a)(4).
p.
THOMAS POLYGRAPH SERVICE for polygraph services – Juvenile
§262.024(a)(4).
INC.
for
residential
services
–
Juvenile.
LIST APPROVED of miscellaneous items for the next online auction – Various
Departments.
RISK MANAGEMENT – AGENDA ITEMS 8E1-2
E1.
PAYMENT ACKNOWLEDGED AND RECORDED INTO THE MINUTES to
J.C. Masonry in the amount of $800.00 in reference to Claim #B-14-0105. Date of
incident August 27, 2014.
E2.
CHANGES, ADDITIONS AND RELEASES APPROVED for the following:
BOND
NAME/DEPT
AMOUNT ACTION
71590585
McRae, Tammy/Tax Assessor
McRae, Tammy/Tax Assessor
McRae, Tammy/Tax Assessor
McRae, Tammy/Tax Assessor
$100,000
15345310
New
Statement of Officer
Oath of Office
Rider/Change Job Title
Change Obligee
COMMISSIONER – PRECINCT 4 – AGENDA ITEM 8F1
F1.
CHECK ACCEPTED from Montgomery County ESD 7 in the amount of
$2,741.05 for the purchase of fuel for the month of August 2014. To be deposited
into account 615.7926. Check forwarded to Auditor for further processing.
COUNTY ENGINEER – AGENDA ITEM 8G1
G1.
REQUEST APPROVED from Montgomery County MUD 9 to place a drainage
swale and storm sewer improvements within the right of way of Walden.
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ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH – AGENDA ITEMS 8H1-2
H1.
ORDERS APPROVED Assessing Cost of Abating Nuisance and Notices of Lien
to be filed in real property records to recover cost to the County for demolition for
abate nuisance at the following locations:
•
•
H2.
1911 Wickburn Drive, Spring, Texas 77386
811 Glen Hollow Court, Conroe, Texas 77385
ORDER APPROVED for demolition on the following property that is abandoned,
deemed unsafe, or unlivable:
•
10880 Fostoria Road, Cleveland, Texas 77328
Estimated total cost $18,000.00, funded by CDBG.
COUNTY ATTORNEY – REAL PROPERTY – AGENDA ITEMS 8I1a-b
I1.
PRECINCT 2
a.
ORDER APPROVED Acknowledging Receipt of Replacement Letter of
Credit and Placing Original Maintenance Bond Without Surety Back Into
Commissioner Court Records For The Estates of Autumnwood.
b.
ORDER APPROVED Acknowledging Receipt of Replacement Letter of
Credit and Placing Original Maintenance Bond Without Surety Back Into
Commissioner Court Records For The Ranches of Autumnwood.
COUNTY ATTORNEY – AGENDA ITEM 8J1
J1.
PUBLIC SERVICE CONTRACT APPROVED between Montgomery County,
Texas and Access Builds Children for the 2014-2015 Fiscal Year, in the amount
of $20,000.00 to assist in the provision of supervised visitation and safe exchange
services.
COUNTY COURT AT LAW #1 – AGENDA ITEM 8K1
K1.
TRAVEL PAYMENT REQUISITION APPROVED of Judge Dennis Watson for
the dates of August 3, 2014 – August 6, 2014 for attendance at the Advanced
Family Law Seminar in the amount of $948.26. The original request was
submitted to Auditor outside 30 days of completion of travel.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT – AGENDA ITEM 8L1
L1.
OCCUPANCY AGREEMENT APPROVED between Montgomery County,
Texas and Easter Seals of Greater Houston, Inc. to lease office space in the Lone
Star Community Center.
Motion carried.
END OF CONSENT AGENDA
4.
REQUEST APPROVED – TRANSFER OF FUNDS – COUNTY COURT AT LAW #2
Motion by Commissioner Meador, seconded by Commissioner Noack, to approve the
transfer of $5,000.00 from 427-7707-3 to 427-8560-1. Motion carried.
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5.
REQUEST APPROVED – CREATION OF NEW POSITION – DISTRICT
ATTORNEY
Motion by Commissioner Meador, seconded by Commissioner Rinehart, to approve the
creation of a Pre-Trial Diversion Probation Officer, being administrated by the Probation
Department. Funding will be by the District Attorney Pre-Trial Diversion Fund for Fiscal
Year 2015 and will include salary and stipend in the amount of $58,648.00 and
equipment plus benefits and associated equipment. Motion carried.
6.
REQUEST APPROVED – USE OF FUNDS – AUDITOR
Motion by Commissioner Noack, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to approve the
request by County Court at Law 3 to use $595.00 from the Court Reporter Service Fund
for reimbursement of Advantage Software Annual Support Renewal. This renewal is
necessary in order for their Court Reporter to maintain tech support throughout the year.
Motion carried.
7.
CONTRACT AWARDED – DNA TESTING – PURCHASING
Motion by Commissioner Meador, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to approve
contract for DNA Testing – Project 2014-0045 (Various Departments) be awarded to
Sorenson Forensics, LLC. Motion carried.
8.
PROPOSAL APPROVED – FERNE LEAF EXTENSION PROJECT – PURCHASING
Motion by Commissioner Rinehart, seconded by Commissioner Noack, to approve a
proposal from Property Acquisition Services, Inc. for a R-O-W Proposal Option 1 for
Ferne Leaf Extension Project (Precinct 4), in the amount of $217,800.00. Motion carried.
9.
PROPOSAL APPROVED – PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES PURCHASING
Motion by Commissioner Noack, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to approve the
proposal from Klotz Associates, Inc. for Professional Engineering Services (Precinct 3)
for Rayford Road widening and railroad grade separation, in the amount as follows:
Phase I – Schematic Layout and Survey Services
Phase II – Preliminary Engineering
Total
$150,000.00
$220,000.00
$370,000.00
Motion carried.
10.
ORDER APPROVED – CONDEMNATION
ATTORNEY – REAL PROPERTY – PRECINCT 1
PROCEEDINGS
–
COUNTY
Motion by Commissioner Meador, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to approve Order
Declaring The Existence Of A Public Necessity And Authorizing The Institution Of
Condemnation Proceedings for Parcel 5 of the League Line Road Extension Project.
Motion carried.
11.
AGREEMENT APPROVED – OVERPASS CROSSING – COUNTY ATTORNEY –
REAL PROPERTY – PRECINCT 1
Motion by Judge Sadler, seconded by Commissioner Noack, to approve Order approving
the Overpass Agreement between Union Pacific Railroad and Montgomery County
covering the construction, maintenance and use of new grade separated public road
crossing overpass structure for League Line Road and authorize Commissioner Mike
Meador or B.D. Griffin to execute Agreement. Motion carried.
AGENDA ITEM 13B1 WAS DEFERRED AT THE REQUEST OF B.D. GRIFFIN.
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12.
REQUEST APPROVED – TRANSFER OF FUNDS – COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 3
Motion by Commissioner Noack, seconded by Commissioner Doyal, to approve the
transfer of $1,873.60 from 614-7598 to 614-8304-1. Motion carried.
13.
REQUEST APPROVED – PRIOR
COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 3
YEAR
BUDGET
AMENDMENTS
–
Motion by Commissioner Noack, seconded by Commissioner Rinehart, to approve the
following budget amendments for Fiscal Year 2014:
•
•
•
14.
Open position 614-2510-6
Open position 614-2510-7
Transfer monies from 614-7598 to cover $39,500.00 salary, benefits and annual
phone allowance of $479.96 for positions 614-2510-6 and 614-2510-7. Motion
carried.
REQUEST APPROVED – PRIOR
COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 3
YEAR
BUDGET
AMENDMENTS
–
Motion by Commissioner Noack, seconded by Judge Sadler, to approve the following
budget amendments for Fiscal Year 2014:
•
•
Transfer $5,000.00 from 614-7598 to 614-6904-1.
Transfer $5,000.00 from 614-7598 to 614-8559-1.
Motion carried.
CITIZENS:
BILL O’SULLIVAN ADDRESSED THE COURT REGARDING THE COURTS FIDUCIARY
DUTY PERTAINING TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE JOE CORLEY DETENTION
CENTER AND MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT FACILITY.
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, ARTICLE 551.071.
AGENDA ITEM 15A: CONSIDER AND DISCUSS CLAIMS RELATED TO
CONSTRUCTION OF JOE CORLEY DETENTION CENTER AND
MONTGOMERY COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT FACILITY.
COMMISSIONERS COURT RECONVENED WITH ALL MEMBERS PRESENT. NO
ACTION TAKEN.
CITIZENS – AGENDA ITEM 17
JON BAUMAN ADDRESSED THE COURT EXPRESSING HIS APPROVAL OF THE
PERFORMANCE OF COUNTY ATTORNEY J.D. LAMBRIGHT. MR. BAUMAN ALSO
ADDRESSED THE COURT’S ACTION PERTAINING TO THE DEMAND LETTERS AND
THE APPEARANCE OF A BLOCKED PURSUIT OF THE CASE.
15.
PAYROLL CHANGE REQUEST FORMS APPROVED – HUMAN RESOURCES
Motion by Commissioner Meador, seconded by Commissioner Noack, to approve the
following Payroll Change Request Forms:
Request of Custodial to place Laura Mayra Garcia, Custodian, on payroll as replacement
for Judy Everett, effective September 29, 2014.
Request of County Court at Law 2 to promote Amber Park, Coordinator Probate, as
replacement for Mary Running, effective October 27, 2014.
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Request of County Court at Law 2 to transfer Juljana Rjepaj, Assistant Court
Coordinator, as replacement for Amber Park, effective October 27, 2014.
Request of Commissioner Precinct 3 to increase salary of James Luna, Jr., Coordinator –
Facilities, due to equity adjustment, effective September 27, 2014.
Request of Constable Precinct 1 to transfer Boyd L. Crabtree, Deputy Constable, as
replacement for Mickey Brian Luly, effective October 11, 2014.
Request of Constable Precinct 3 to place Roberto Espinosa, Deputy Constable, on payroll
as replacement for Jason Martinez, effective September 29, 2014.
Request of County Attorney to revise leave anniversary date of Stuart Hughs, Attorney II,
to 02/03/2011, effective September 25, 2014.
Request of County Auditor to accept resignation of Kimberly Dove Daniel, Part-time
Clerk, effective September 25, 2014. Eligible for rehire. [No benefits due.]
Request of Elections to place Miriam Aurioles, Voter Clerk, on payroll effective
September 29, 2014.
Request of Emergency Management to transfer Eric G. Lowry, Planner Homeland
Security, as replacement for Gil Martinez III, effective October 13, 2014.
Request of Juvenile to accept resignation of Rebecca Lynn Deweese, Juvenile
Supervision Officer, effective September 29, 2014. [30.80 hours or balance vacation;
8.00 hour or balance holiday.]
Request of Juvenile to accept resignation of Dylan Scott Tatum, Juvenile Supervision
Officer – Substitute, effective September 26, 2014. [No benefits due.]
Request of Library to promote Elvira Lynn Alayon, Branch Manager – Library, as
replacement for David Eames, effective October 11, 2014.
Request of Library to change status of Stephanie Paige Pina, Library Assistant II, as
replacement for Lisa Marie Smith, effective October 11, 2014.
Request of Library to accept resignation of Emily Jane Spielbauer, Library Assistant II,
effective October 8, 2014. [No benefits due.]
Request of Sheriff to relocate position of Christopher Arnold, Patrol Deputy, per FY2015
Budget Hearing, effective September 27, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to increase salary of Brad Crandell, Deputy Patrol, due to STEP
increase, effective October 11, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to increase salary of Phillip T. Epperson, Deputy Patrol, due to STEP
increase, effective October 11, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to place Michael Ferguson, Officer Civilian Detention, on payroll into
new position, effective 10/04/2014.
Request of Sheriff to increase salary of Kevin Frantz, Deputy Patrol, due to STEP
increase, effective October 11, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to increase salary of Stephen Gaudern, Deputy Detention, due to STEP
increase, effective October 11, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to relocate position of John C. Gregory, Patrol Deputy, as per Fiscal
Year 2015 Budget Hearings, effective September 27, 2014.
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Request of Sheriff to correct salary schedule of Christopher Irvine, Deputy Patrol, as
employee received certification before deadline, effective September 27, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to relocate position of Brian Scott Kovacs, Patrol Deputy, as per Fiscal
Year 2015 Budget Hearings, effective September 27, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to relocate position of Javier Ochoa, Patrol Deputy, as per Fiscal year
2015 Budget Hearings, effective September 27, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to relocate position of Thomas J. Porter, III, Patrol Deputy, as per
Fiscal year 2015 Budget Hearings, effective September 27, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to relocate position of Caleb J. Reitzel, Patrol Deputy, as per Fiscal
year 2015 Budget Hearings, effective September 27, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to increase salary of Jason Salter, Sergeant SWAT, due to STEP
increase, effective October 11, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to transfer Kenith See, Officer Civilian Detention, as replacement for
Fernando Pedraza, effective September 27, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to relocate position of Mackenzie Smith, Patrol Deputy, as per Fiscal
Year 2015 Budget Hearing, effective September 27, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to increase salary of Stephanie Sorrells, Deputy Detention, due to
STEP increase, effective October 11, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to relocate position of Brandon E. Walters, Patrol Deputy, as per
Fiscal Year 2015 Budget Hearings, effective September 27, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to accept resignation of Emily Weaver, Dispatcher, effective
September 24, 2014. [No benefits due.]
Request of Sheriff to accept resignation of April Garris, Clerk IV – CID, effective
September 25, 2014. [14.30 hours or balance vacation; 15.75 hours or balance
compensatory; 8.00 hours or balance holiday.]
Request of Sheriff to promote Catherine Breeding, Deputy Patrol District II, into new
position, effective October 4, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to promote Justin Campbell, Deputy Patrol District VI, into new
position, effective October 4, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to promote Jonathan Combs, Deputy Patrol District III, into new
position, effective October 4, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to promote Brandon Evans, Deputy Patrol District VI, into new
position, effective October 4, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to promote Malissa Hall, Deputy Patrol District V, into new position,
effective October 4, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to promote Konrad Janke, Deputy Patrol District VI, as replacement
for Caleb Reitzel, effective October 4, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to promote Jonathan Merlos, Deputy Patrol District I, as replacement
for Steve Degner, effective October 4, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to promote Donald Nichols, III, Deputy Patrol District VI, into new
position, effective October 4, 2014.
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Request of Sheriff to transfer Javier Ochoa, Deputy Patrol District II, into new position,
effective October 4, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to promote John Warren, Jr., Deputy Patrol District V, into new
position, effective October 4, 2014.
Request of Custodial to place Gumercindo Herrera, Jr., on payroll due to return from
unpaid leave of absence, effective October 1, 2014.
Request of Constable 4 to correct PCRF of Trevor Potter, Deputy – Constable, to reflect
correct effective date of 10/01/14 as approved in Commissioner Court on September 29,
2014, effective October 1, 2014.
Request of District Attorney to promote Richard K. Blackburn, Division Chief – DA, as
replacement for Warren K. Diepraam, effective October 6, 2014.
Request of District Attorney to change position of Jeremy T. Dunman, Chief Prosecutor,
as replacement for James V. Prewitt, effective October 6, 2014.
Request of District Attorney to change position of Brett C. Hobbs, Attorney II, as
replacement for Lisa Stewart, effective October 6, 2014.
Request of District Attorney to change position of James V. Prewitt, Chief Prosecutor, as
replacement for Jeremy T. Dunman, effective October 6, 2014.
Request of District Attorney to change position of Lisa Renee Stewart, Attorney II, as
replacement for Brett C. Hobbs, effective October 6, 2014.
Request of District Clerk to place Patricia Morrill, Court Clerk II, on payroll as
replacement for Shannon Harriman, effective October 6, 2014.
Request of District Clerk to accept resignation of Andrew Sumrall, Part Time Clerk,
effective October 3, 2014. [No benefits due.]
Request of Emergency Management to place Morgan Lumbley, Administrative Assistant
I, on unpaid FMLA/Disability Leave, effective October 3, 2014.
Request of Fire Marshal to change status of Jeffrey Williams, Fire Inspector, into new
position, effective October 1, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to promote Bradley Scott Curtis, Detective – CID, into new position,
effective October 4, 2014.
Request of Tax Assessor/Collector to rescind PCRF of Tammy M. McRae, Tax Assessor,
that was approved in Commissioners Court on 09/15/14, effective October 1, 2014.
Request of Tax Assessor/Collector to accept resignation of Tammy M. McRae, Chief
Deputy – Operations, effective September 30, 2014. [105.88 hour or balance vacation.]
Request of Tax Assessor/Collector to place Tammy M. McRae, Tax Assessor, on payroll
as replacement for J.R. Moore, Jr., as appointed in Commissioners Court on 09/03/14,
effective October 1, 2014.
Request of Tax Assessor/Collector to correct salary schedule data entry of J.R. Moore, Jr,
Tax Assessor, effective September 27, 2014.
Request of Sheriff to accept resignation of Andrew M. Mitschke, Civilian – Detention
Officer, effective October 3, 2014. [179.28 hours or balance vacation; 340.50 hours or
better compensatory; 56.00 hours or balance holiday.]
Motion carried.
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16.
COURT ADJOURNS
Motion by Commissioner Rinehart, seconded by Commissioner Meador, 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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