Schleicher County Commissioners met for about 30 minutes on Monday, February 8th and discussed the need to slow traffic on CR 238 near the headquarters of Six Mile Ranch. The possibility of slowing traffic from 45 mph to 15 mph with the placement of speed limit signs was discussed along with the need to slow traffic down on several curves along the roadway. No formal action was taken on the matter.

Commissioner Gary Gibson pointed out that rocks placed on CR 103 marking damage caused by a water leak were a road hazard. County Judge Charlie Bradley said he would have Road Superintendent Leo Rodriguez place some orange cones at the site until the hole could be patched.

The commissioners also took care of routine business including the approval of routine bills, as well as the county payroll.

Judge Bradley presided over Monday’s meeting, held at the Schleicher County Memorial Building, with Commissioners Gary Gibson, Chris Meador and Steven Nelson in attendance. County Attorney Clint Griffin and County Treasurer Jennifer Henderson were also present. Commissioner Kirk Griffin was absent.

The next meeting of the Schleicher County Commissioners Court is slated for 9 a.m. on Monday, February 22, 2021, in the Memorial Building.