Schleicher County Commissioners met Monday, July 29th to handle a light agenda. The men spent most of the meeting in a closed-door executive session.

Upon returning to open session, County Judge Charlie Bradley explained that the commissioners discussed personnel matters while they were in executive session, along with issues related to Schleicher County school lands in Gaines County.

The commissioners then approved various items on the accounts payable list, as well as the claim check register and payroll.

Dues in the amount of $100 were approved to the Far West Texas County Judges and Commissioners Association.

Chief Deputy Jason Chatham asked the court to take bids on replacing the roof on the county jail. The commissioners agreed and voted to take bids on the project.

Judge Bradley explained that he had filed a proposed budget for 2019-2020 in the County Clerk’s office. The commissioners are scheduled to meet on August 8th for a workshop to discuss any changes to the budget. A public hearing will be held August 12 at the next Commissioner meeting. He also noted receiving the county’s certified tax roll for 2019.

In other business, the commissioners voted to contribute $80,000 to the Texas County and District Retirement System.

Dues totaling $582. 32 were then approved to the Seventh Administrative Judicial Region of Texas.

The commissioners authorized Judge Charlie Bradley to execute an agreement with the Tom Green County Juvenile Detention Center. The county will pay $95 per day to the center to hold juvenile prisoners.

Before adjourning, the commissioner heard from County Treasurer Jennifer Henderson who reported that title work will need to be done on the paving equipment to be auctioned on the Richie Brothers website before the equipment to be sold can be sold.

Judge Charlie Bradley presided over Monday’s meeting with Commissioners Johnny Mayo, Steve Nelson, Chris Meador and Kirk Griffin in attendance.

The next meeting of the Schleicher County Commissioners Court is slated for 9 a.m. on Monday, August 12th, in the first-floor meeting room of the county courthouse.