The Erath County Commissioners' Court has a slew of items on the agenda for today's meeting set to begin at 9 a.m. at the Courthouse.
But according to Erath County Judge Tab Thompson most of the items are housekeeping issues.
Commissioners are expected to open bids for hauling road material in various locations along with building a bridge on CR 118.
Thompson said there are three funeral homes in the county that have rising fees associated with body bags and transporting, among other things, so a new fee schedule will be discussed.
Commissioners are also expected to approve a pipeline carrying oil and gas on CR 153 and 156.
In other business the commissioners will,
€ Examine and approve statements from the City of Dublin for fire and ambulance protection pursuant to agreement,
€ Consider appointments for the Transit System Board,
€ Consider resolution authorizing a county grant for meals delivered at home,
€ Consider cell phone requests,
€ Consider bond approval for sheriff's deputy,
€ Consider an interlocal agreement with Collin County for North Central Texas Fusion System,
€ Consider selling patrol cars,
€ Consider release of performance bond and acceptance of maintenance bond for roads in Horseman's Ranch Subdivision Lookout Phase, and
€ Consider release of performance bond and acceptance of maintenance bond for roads in Walking Horse Subdivision.
ANGELIA JOINER is a staff writer for the Empire-Tribune. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 254-965-3124,ext. 238.