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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
WILLIAMSON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COURT
October 5, 2021
9:30 A.M.

 
             
The Commissioners Court of Williamson County, Texas will meet in regular session in the Commissioners Courtroom, 710 Main Street, in Georgetown, Texas to consider the following items:
 
1. Review and approval of minutes.
 
2.
Hear County Auditor concerning invoices, bills, Quick Check Report, wire transfers and electronic payments submitted for payment and take appropriate action including, but not limited to approval for payment provided said items are found by the County Auditor to be legal obligations of the county.
 
CONSENT AGENDA
The Consent Agenda includes non-controversial and routine items that the Court may act on with one single vote. The Judge or a Commissioner may pull any item from the consent agenda in order that the court discuss and act upon it individually as part of the Regular Agenda.
( Items 3 – 30 )
 
3.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on authorizing the disposal of various county equipment assets through Auction including Two (2) Stryker Stretchers (valued greater than $5,000.00), pursuant to Tx. Local Gov’t Code 263.152. Click to View
 
Attachments
Emergency Med Services Stretchers
 
4.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on acknowledging the Purchasing Department monthly report of asset dispositions through Auction, pursuant to Tx. Local Gov’t Code 263.152, for the period of 09/01/2021 through 09/30/2021. Click to View
 
Attachments
Assets for Auction Monthly Report 10.5.21
 
5.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on acknowledging the Purchasing Department monthly report of asset dispositions through Destruction, pursuant to Tx. Local Gov’t Code 263.152, for the period of 09/01/2021 through 09/30/2021. Click to View
 
Attachments
Assets for Destruction Monthly Report 9.30.21
 
6.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on acknowledging the Purchasing Department monthly report of asset dispositions through Trade-In, pursuant to Tx. Local Gov’t Code 263.152, for the period of 09/01/2021 through 09/30/2021. Click to View
 
Attachments
Assets for Trade-In Monthly Report 9.30.21
 
7.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on authorizing the disposal of various county vehicles(s) and equipment assets through Transfer including One (1) Ford F250 Vin #0444, pursuant to Tx. Local Gov’t Code 263.152. Click to View
 
Attachments
Ford F250 Transfer from Fleet to Adult Probation
 
8.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on authorizing the disposal of various county equipment assets through Auction including One (1) Mini Z Backscatter X-Ray Inspection System (valued greater than $5,000.00), pursuant to Tx. Local Gov’t Code 263.152. Click to View
 
Attachments
Capital Asset for Auction Sheriff's Office
 
9.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on approving property tax refunds over $2,500.00 thru 09/24/2021 for the Williamson County Tax Assessor/Collector. Click to View
 
Attachments
081221-092421 Refunds Over 2500 agenda
 
10. Discuss and take appropriate action on the appointment of Bill Gravell, Jr. as the Williamson County representative for the Opportunities for Williamson and Burnet Counties Board.
 
11.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action to approve a supplemental agreement with Thomas Reuters covering a new 36-month term and for CLEAR Proflex research products for various county offices (related agreement previously approved on 8/31/21 under agenda #20). Click to View
 
Attachments
Clear Contract
 
12.   Discuss, approve and take appropriate action on an amendment with the Tx State Library Contract for 2020-2021. Click to View
 
Attachments
Amendment to TSL contract
 
13.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving the lease between Williamson County and SHARP Electronics Corp. for one (1) copy machine in the amount of $74.89 per month for sixty (60) months, pursuant to DIR contract #DIR-CPO-4433. Click to View
 
Attachments
CC Law #2 Sharp Agreement 10.1.21
 
14.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on receiving and authorizing the law enforcement off-duty work vehicle reimbursement agreement between Williamson County and Circuit of The Americas, LLC. Click to View
 
Attachments
Constable_Pct1_VRI_NGO_COTA
 
15.   Discuss, consider and take any appropriate action regarding termination of Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) Contract #2921PEN023 for data exchange for Williamson County Constable Pct. 1 Office, and authorize County Judge to sign letter proving 30-day notice of termination. Click to View
 
Attachments
Services Contract Letter of Termination TWC for Constable Pct. 1
 
16.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on approving a lease agreement between Pitney Bowes, Inc. and Williamson County for a new postage meter machine in the amount of $60.63 per month for 60 months, pursuant to Sourcewell (formerly NJPA) Contract #041917-PIT, and authorizing the execution of the lease. Click to View
 
Attachments
Constable 4 Pitney Bowes Redacted Lease
 
17.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) and Williamson County for training facility use.  Click to View
 
Attachments
MOU
 
18.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving the agreement between Del Carmen Consulting, LLC and Williamson County for Sandra Bland Act and the Texas Racial Profiling Law Compliance and Related Services for the Williamson County Sheriff's Office in the not-to-exceed amount of $4,850, and authorizing execution of the agreement. Click to View
 
Attachments
agreement
SOW
 
19.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving Specific Malpractice Insurance Coverage under RFP Contract #1904-308, through Lee Insurance Agency for Williamson County EMS from FirstFire Services under Intact Insurance Specialty Services for the annual premium of $22,960.00. Click to View
 
Attachments
Coverage Comparison
Proposal Wilco EMS
 
20.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving the lease of one (1) SHARP Electronics Corp copier for the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter, in the amount of $143.82 per month, pursuant to DIR Contract #DIR-CPO-4433. Click to View
 
Attachments
Lease
 
21.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on a request for the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter to apply for a grant to aid in purchasing kennels from the American Humane. Click to View
 
Attachments
MeachamGrant
 
22.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action to acknowledge and record into minutes an Amendment to the Master Commercial Card Agreement with JPMorgan Chase Bank, N. A. and City of Fort Worth, Texas and utilized by Williamson County for P-Card services.  The original interlocal purchasing agreement between Williamson County and City of Fort Worth approved on 5/17/2011. Click to View
 
Attachments
Amendment
 
23.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving the agreement renewal between Williamson County and Mobile Wireless LLC, in the amount of $64,950.48, to provide NetMotion VPN platform functionality, per the terms of DIR Contract #DIR-CPO-4723, and authorizing execution of the agreement. Click to View
 
Attachments
Mobile Wireless NetMotion
 
24.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on approving the Consulting Services Agreement between Kolei Group LLC and Williamson County for on-demand consulting services supporting Oracle applications, for a total of $20,800.00.  Exemption of the services to be provided under the agreement from the competitive bidding proposal requirements are per the County Purchasing Act, pursuant to the discretionary exemption for personal or professional services, as set forth under the Texas Local Government Code, Section 262.024 (a)(4). Click to View
 
Attachments
Kolei Professional Services for Oracle for IT
Kolei signed Service Contract
 
25.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving the Agreement between Williamson County and PowerDMS for a policy and compliance management platform software for a total of $25,469.49 for a twelve (12) month period, and authorizing the execution of the agreement. Click to View
 
Attachments
PowerDMS agreement with IT
PowerDMS Redacted Quote
 
26.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action to acknowledge, authorize execution and record into minutes an additional attachment to the Master Services Agreement (MSA) with Thyssenkrupp for elevator inspection services (original contract approved on 9/28/21 under agenda item #19). Click to View
 
Attachments
proposal
 
27.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on renewing the ­­­­­­­­­­­­Overhead Door Preventative Maintenance and Emergency Services Agreement for an additional one (1) year term with The Door Company, as approved by the Commissioners’ Court under agenda item no. 25 on 01.12.2021. Click to View
 
Attachments
Original Signed agreement
 
28.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on authorizing the renewal of Williamson County Pollution Liability Insurance through AIG Storage Tank Third Party Liability TankGuard Warranty for Policy Number PLC000168373 with Commerce and Industry Insurance Company for the term of 12.18.2021 – 12.18.2022. Click to View
 
Attachments
Williamson County Warranty Letter
 
29.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on authorizing the extension of Hydrated Lime Slurry Contract #T1501, renewal option period 1, covering the term of October 6, 2021 – October 5, 2022, for the same pricing, terms and conditions as the existing contract with Austin White Lime Company, Ltd. Click to View
 
Attachments
T1501 renewal 1 Hydrated Lime Slurry
Original bid tab
 
30.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approval of the final plat for the Mesa Vista Ranch Phase III subdivision – Precinct 2. Click to View
 
Attachments
final plat - Mesa Vista Ph III
 
REGULAR AGENDA
 
31.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action to approve an Order Authorizing Interment of Decedent's Remains by cremation of deceased (Ricky L. Pate) who passed away in Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2 of Williamson County, Texas where there has been an inquest by the Justice of the Peace and the County has duty to inter, pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code § 711.002(e), and authorize Beck Funeral Home to move forward with interment. Click to View
 
Attachments
Order for Interment
 
32.   Discuss, consider and take any necessary action to approve order for interment by cremation of deceased (William D. Treadaway) who passed away in Justice of the Peace, Pct. 4 of Williamson County, TX where there has been no inquest by the Justice of the Peace and the County has discretion to inter, pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code § 711.002(e), and authorize Beck Funeral Home to move forward with interment. Click to View
 
Attachments
Order for Interment
 
33.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action regarding the appointment of Matthew Lindemann to serve as Williamson County Constable Precinct No. 3, thereby filling the vacancy created by the passing of Constable Kevin Stofle (Deceased), with such appointment being effective as of October 5, 2021 and continuing thereafter until the next general election pursuant to Loc. Gov’t Code Sec. 87.041; and to approve an oath of office and a bond executed in the amount of $1,500.00. Click to View
 
Attachments
Bond
Matthew Lindemann Resume
Reference Letter
Photo
Oath of Office
 
34.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving an application from Williamson County Constable Precinct No. 3 Matthew Lindemann for authority to appoint employees pursuant to Subchapter A of Local Government Code Chapter 151. Click to View
 
Attachments
Application to Employee
 
35.   Hear a presentation regarding Field of Honor, a Tribute to Service Above Self.  Click to View
 
36.   Discuss and take appropriate action to proclaim October 3-9, 2021, as National 4-H Week in Williamson County.  Presentation by Senior 4-H members. Click to View
 
Attachments
National 4-H Proclamation
 
37.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on breast cancer awareness resolution and declaring the month of October as "Breast Cancer Awareness Month".  Click to View
 
Attachments
Breast Cancer Resolution
 
38.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action regarding approval and receipt of Vehicle Reimbursement Agreement with Bridge Church for off duty contracting of County Sheriff Deputies to be effective October 16, 2021 (Traffic control at 747 CR 138 in Hutto). Click to View
 
Attachments
Bridge Church
 
39.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on an Interlocal Cooperation Contract between Williamson County and Department of Public Safety (DPS) for Crime Laboratory Services to not exceed $308,075.54 for FY22. Click to View
 
Attachments
DPS Interlocal Agreement
 
40.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on approving the Agreement between Williamson County and Dell Technologies for the annual bulk purchase of approved and budgeted computers and equipment for a total not to exceed $477,407.38, pursuant to the DIR contract #DIR-TSO-3763, and authorizing the execution of the agreement. Click to View
 
Attachments
Dell Technologies Redacted Quote
 
41.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on approving and ILA between Williamson County and Williamson County and Cites Health Disctrict (WCCHD).  Click to View
 
Attachments
Agreement
Scope of Work
 
42.   Discuss, consider and take any appropriate action regarding approval of an agreement with Pearson Education, Inc. and authorize photos of the Williamson County EMS for use in a paramedic textbook and promote public health and safety education.  Click to View
 
Attachments
Agreement
 
43.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on a Supplemental Agreement No. 6 to Agreement for Landscape Architectural Phase II Services between Williamson County, Texas and Design Workshop, Inc. in relation to the Williamson County River Ranch County Park Project. Click to View
 
Attachments
Supplemental Agreement #6
 
44.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on awarding RFQ #21RFSQ2 Design or Engineer Services for Minor County Building Projects to the recommended firms herein for a period of five (5) years on an as-needed basis. Click to View
 
Attachments
Recommendation Letter
Evaluation List
 
45.   Receive updates on the Department of Infrastructure projects and issues. Click to View
 
46.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action regarding amending the Williamson County Long-Range Transportation Plan to address current and projected needs in the public interest. Click to View
 
Attachments
LRTP-ConceptualArterials
LRTP-ControlledAccess
LRTP-ControlledAccess-Arterials
 
47.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action regarding Change Order No. 7 in the amount of $30,341.85 for 3866 Forest North Phase 3 (DeNucci Constructors), a Road Bond project in Commissioner Pct. 1 P:225 Funding Source: Road Bond.  Click to View
 
Attachments
3866 Forest North Ph 3 - Change Order No. 7
 
48.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action regarding Change Order No. 8 in the amount of $9,733.37 for 3866 Forest North Phase 3 (DeNucci Constructors), a Road Bond project in Commissioner Pct. 1 P:225 Funding Source: Road Bond.  Click to View
 
Attachments
3866 Forest North Ph 3 - Change Order No. 8
 
49.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on a Contract Amendment No. 4 to the Corridor H (Sam Bass Road) contract between Williamson County and K Friese & Associates, Inc. relating to the 2019 Road Bond Program. Project: P462. Fund Source: Road Bonds. Click to View
 
Attachments
CorridorH(SamBass)-KFA-ContractAmendment4
CorridorH(SamBass)-KFA-WA2Supp4
 
50.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving a 2013 Road Bond Budget Transfer per Mike Weaver, Road Bond Manager, to transfer $4,300,000 to P270 (Great Oaks Bridge) from P224 (North Mays; $1,500,000), P326 (RM 2243; $2,000,000), P293 (Kauffman Loop Phase 1; $400,000) and P309 (Pond Springs; $400,000). Click to View
 
Attachments
2013 Road Bond Transfer
 
51.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving a 2013 Road Bond Budget Transfer per Mike Weaver, Road Bond Manager, to transfer $555,000 from P290 (2013 Road Bond Non-Departmental) to P329 (O'Connor Drive Signals; $50,000), P261 (CR 110 Middle Phase 2; $50,000), P284 (Hairy Man Road/Brushy Creek; $200,000), P231 (Ronald Reagan Blvd at IH-35; $5,000), P271 (Seward Junction SE; $50,000), and P241 (CR 176 at FM 2243; $200,000). Click to View
 
Attachments
2013 Road Bond Transfer Memo
 
52.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on an Interlocal Agreement Regarding The City/County Participation in the Design and Reconstruction Costs Related to County Road 111 Construction Project with The City of Georgetown. Click to View
 
Attachments
CR 111 ILA
 
53.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on a Real Estate Contract with Walsh Ranch Owner's Association for Right of Way needed on the Sam Bass Road/Corridor H project (Parcel 66). Funding Source: Road Bonds P462 Click to View
 
Attachments
Sam Bass Contract
 
54.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on an Interlocal Agreement Between Thrall Independent School District and Williamson County for roadway improvement at 201 South Bounds.  Click to View
 
Attachments
Thrall ISD ILA
 
55.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on an Interlocal Agreement Regarding the City/County Participation in the Design and Construction Costs Related to The Cottrell Street Construction Project.  Click to View
 
Attachments
Bartlett ILA
 
56.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on a Letter Agreement with Jack and Cynthia Hall for a Water line Easement needed on County Road 366 (Parcel 14WE). Funding Source: Road Bonds: P296 Click to View
 
Attachments
CR 366 Letter Agreement
 
57.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on 1 claim for moving expenses related to the right of way acquisition on Parcel 13. Funding Source: Road Bonds P462     Unit D07 John MacMillan Click to View
 
Attachments
Relocation Claim
 
58.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on the FY 2021-2022 Budget Policy document. Click to View
 
Attachments
FY22 Budget Policy
 
59. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on funding matters relating to Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 to include, but not be limited to hearing an update on the Wilco Forward grant program, setting budget priorities in relation to remaining CARES Act funds and American Rescue Plan funding, as well as possible future funding and allocation plans in relation to CARES Act and American Rescue Plan funds.
 
60.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving funding for the attached projects per the September 21, 2021, item 67 discussion, as well as the September 28, 2021, item 62 discussion. Click to View
 
Attachments
Approved Projects
Funds Available
 
61.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action to approve projects and budgets for the remaining funds in the 2022 Capital Improvement Program, Long Range Transportation (LTP), 2019 Road Bond, Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and the American Rescue Pan Act (ARPA). Click to View
 
62.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on required resolution to nominate John Lux to the Williamson Central Appraisal District Board of Directors.  Click to View
 
Attachments
Election Form
 
EXECUTIVE SESSION
"The Commissioners Court for Williamson County reserves the right to adjourn into executive session at any time during the course of this meeting to discuss any of the matters listed above, as authorized by Texas Government Code Sections 551.071 (Consultations with Attorney), 551.072 (Deliberations regarding Real Property), 551.073 (Deliberations regarding Gifts and Donations), 551.074 (Personnel Matters), 551.076 (Deliberations regarding Security Devices) and 551.087 (Deliberations regarding Economic Development Negotiations)."
 
63.   Discuss real estate matters (EXECUTIVE SESSION as per VTCA Govt. Code sec. 551.072 Deliberation Regarding Real Estate Property if deliberation in an open meeting would have a detrimental effect on the position of the governmental body in negotiations with third person.)

A.    Real Estate Owned by Third Parties
   Preliminary discussions relating to proposed or potential purchase or lease of property owned by third parties
    a)    Discuss the acquisition of real property for SW 183 and SH 29 Loop. 
    b)    Discuss the acquisition of real property for CR 176 at RM 2243
    c)    Discuss the acquisition of real property: CR 278
    d)    Discuss the acquisition of real property for County Facilities.
    e)    Discuss the acquisition of real property for Seward Junction SE and SW Loop. 
    f)     Discuss the acquisition of real property for SH 29 @ DB Wood.
    g)    Discuss the acquisition of real property for CR 366. 
    h)    Discuss Somerset Road Districts No. 3 & 4 reimbursements for acquisition & construction of Reagan Blvd.
    i)     Discuss the acquisition of real property for CR 111.
    j)     Discuss the acquisition of real property for Corridor H
    k)    Discuss the acquisition of real property for future SH 29 corridor. 
    l)     Discuss the acquisition of real property for the expansion of Ronald Reagan at IH 35.
    m)   Discuss the acquisition of right-of-way for Corridor C.
    n)    Discuss the acquisition of right-of-way for Corridor F.
    o)    Discuss the acquisition of right-of-way for Corridor D.
    p)    Discuss the acquisition of right-of-way for SE Loop/Corridor A. 
    q)    Discuss the acquisition of right-of-way for Reagan extension.
    r)     Discuss the acquisition of real property near Justice Center. 
    s)    Discuss the acquisition of drainage/detention easements for real property North of WMCO Juvenile Detention Center
    t)     Discuss the acquisition of the MKT Right of Way
    u)    Discuss acquisition of drainage easement in relation to County Road 176
    v)    Discuss acquisition of right of way for Corridor E. 
B.   Property or Real Estate owned by Williamson County
      Preliminary discussions relating to proposed or potential sale or lease of property owned by the County
    a)    Discuss County owned real estate containing underground water rights and interests.
    b)    Discuss possible uses of property owned by Williamson County on Main St. between 3rd and 4th Streets. (formerly occupied by WCCHD)
    c)    Discuss property usage at Longhorn Junction
    d)    Discuss the sale of excess ROW at San Gabriel Parkway and Mel Mathis Ave. 
    e)    Discuss county owned property located at Ed Schmidt Boulevard Hutto, Texas
    f)     Discuss the sale of property located at 900 S Main St., Taylor, 76574
C.     Discuss the Williamson County Reimbursement Agreement for Construction of San Gabriel Blvd. and New Hope Road with the City of Leander and TIRZ #1
D.     Discuss the Cobb Cavern Conservation Easement Amendment and potential acquisition.
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64.   Discussion regarding economic development negotiations pursuant to Texas Government Code, Section 551.087:
    a)    Business prospect(s) that may locate or expand within Williamson County.
    b)    Project Crystal
    c)    Project Winston
    d)    Project Solo
    e)    Project Stamp
    f)     Project Red Hot Chili Pepper
    g)    Project Nirvana
    h)    Project Sound garden
    i)     Project Def Leopard
    j)     Project Flex Power
Click to View
 
65. Discuss pending or contemplated litigation, settlement matters and other confidential attorney-client legal matters (EXECUTIVE SESSION as per VTCA Govt. Code sec. 551.071 consultation with attorney.), including the following:

a)  Litigation or claims or potential litigation or claims against the County or by the County
b)  Status Update-Pending Cases or Claims;
c)  Employee/personnel related matters
d)  Other confidential attorney-client matters, including contracts and certain matters related to county defense issues in which the duty of the attorney to the governmental body within the attorney/client relationship clearly conflicts with Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code.
e)  Civil Action No. 1:18-CV-49, Troy Mansfield v. Williamson County, In The United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division.
f) Cause No. 19-0850-C368; County of Williamson vs. Purdue Pharma, LP et al., In the District Court of Williamson County, Texas.
g) Claim of Regina Wright.
h) Cause No. 19-0406-C368; Anthony Garcia and Victoria Garcia et al. v. Stephen Wade Freeman et al. v. Wayne Finch et al.; In the 368th District Court of Williamson County, Texas.
i) Case: 1:20-CV-255-LY; Jay Kreper v. Williamson County et al.; In the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division.
j) Case Number 1:20-cv-01068-LY; Javier Ambler, Sr., et al. v. Williamson County, Texas, , In the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division.
k) Case No. 1:20-CV-00842; SonWest Co. v. J. TERRON EVERSTON, in his official capacity as Williamson County Engineer, et al.;   In the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division.
l)  Civil Action No. 1:20-cv-836; Elizabeth Firey v. Williamson County, In The United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas Austin Division.
m) Potential legal claims, demands and/or litigation against The Travelers Indemnity Company (Travelers).
n) Case 1:21-cv-00388-RP; Ramsey Mitchell vs. Williamson County, Robert Chody, Zachary Camden, Mark Luera, et al.; In the United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas, Austin Division.
o) Civil Action No. 1:21-CV-74; Scott Phillip Lewis v. Williamson County, Texas; In the United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas, Austin Division.
p) Shamona Harris - EEOC Charge #451-2021-00812.
q) Legal matters and claims relating to the City of Austin purchasing property in Williamson County for purposes of operating temporary or permanent housing of homeless in Williamson County.
r) Civil Action No. 1:21-cv-00172-LY; Charles William Thornburg v. Williamson County, Texas; Robert Chody, et al.; In the United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas, Austin Division.
s) Cause No. D-1-Gn-21-000215; Mohammad Mahmood v. Williamson County Constable Office; In the 353rd Judicial District of Travis County, Texas.
t) Civil Action No. 1:21-cv-00275; Big Fish Entertainment LLC v. Williamson County Sheriff’s Office et al.; In the United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas, Austin Division.
u) EEOC Charge of Discrimination #451-2021-01357 – Jesse Gomez.
v) Civil Action No. 1:21-cv-00350; Imani Nembhard v. Williamson County, Robert Chody and Christopher Pisa; In the United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas, Austin Division.
w) Civil Action No. 1:21-cv-00350; Gary Watsky v. Williamson County, Robert Chody, Mark Luera, Steve Deaton, et al.; In the United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas, Austin Division.
x) Kelli Bomer - EEOC Charge #451-2021-00920.
y) Gary Haston - EEOC Charge #451-2021-01145.
z) Civil Action No. 1:21-CV-480; Gloria Cowin, Individually and on behalf of the Estate Of Patrick Dupre, v. Williamson County; In the United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas, Austin Division.
aa) Civil Action No. Civil Action No. 21-481; Marquina Gilliam-Hicks v. Sean Feldman, In his individual capacity, and Williamson County; In the United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas, Austin Division.
bb)  EEOC Charge of Discrimination #450-2021-00854 - Donald L. Foiles, Jr.
cc) Civil Action No. 1:21-cv-615; Bernardo Acosta v. Williamson County; In the United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas, Austin Division.
dd) Jacqueline Robinson -  EEOC Charge # 451-2021-01742.
ee) Williamson County Landfill Operation Agreement Terms and Conditions.
ff) Civil Action No. 1:21-cv-00834; Skylar Leal vs Williamson County and Lorenzo Hernandez; In The United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division.
 
66. Discuss security assessments or deployments relating to information resources technology; network security information as described by Texas Gov’t Code Section 2059.055(b); and/or (3)  the deployment, or specific occasions for implementation, of security personnel, critical infrastructure, or security devices. (Executive Session as per Texas Gov’t. Code § 551.089).
 
67. Deliberate the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline and/or dismissal of Williamson County officers, directors, employees and/or positions, including but not limited to conducting deliberation and discussion pertaining to annual reviews of department heads and appointed officials (Executive Session as per Tex. Gov. Code Section 551.074 – Personnel Matters).
 
REGULAR AGENDA (continued)
 
68. Discuss and take appropriate action concerning economic development.
 
69. Discuss and take appropriate action concerning real estate.
 
70. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on pending or contemplated litigation, settlement matters and other legal matters, including the following:

a)  Litigation or claims or potential litigation or claims against the County or by the County
b)  Status Update-Pending Cases or Claims;
c)  Employee/personnel related matters
d)  Other confidential attorney-client matters, including contracts and certain matters related to county defense issues in which the duty of the attorney to the governmental body within the attorney/client relationship clearly conflicts with Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code.
e)  Civil Action No. 1:18-CV-49, Troy Mansfield v. Williamson County, In The United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division.
f) Cause No. 19-0850-C368; County of Williamson vs. Purdue Pharma, LP et al., In the District Court of Williamson County, Texas.
g) Claim of Regina Wright.
h) Cause No. 19-0406-C368; Anthony Garcia and Victoria Garcia et al. v. Stephen Wade Freeman et al. v. Wayne Finch et al.; In the 368th District Court of Williamson County, Texas.
i) Case: 1:20-CV-255-LY; Jay Kreper v. Williamson County et al.; In the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division.
j) Case Number 1:20-cv-01068-LY; Javier Ambler, Sr., et al. v. Williamson County, Texas, , In the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division.
k) Case No. 1:20-CV-00842; SonWest Co. v. J. TERRON EVERSTON, in his official capacity as Williamson County Engineer, et al.;   In the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division.
l)  Civil Action No. 1:20-cv-836; Elizabeth Firey v. Williamson County, In The United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas Austin Division.
m) Potential legal claims, demands and/or litigation against The Travelers Indemnity Company (Travelers).
n) Case 1:21-cv-00388-RP; Ramsey Mitchell vs. Williamson County, Robert Chody, Zachary Camden, Mark Luera, et al.; In the United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas, Austin Division.
o) Civil Action No. 1:21-CV-74; Scott Phillip Lewis v. Williamson County, Texas; In the United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas, Austin Division.
p) Shamona Harris - EEOC Charge #451-2021-00812.
q) Legal matters and claims relating to the City of Austin purchasing property in Williamson County for purposes of operating temporary or permanent housing of homeless in Williamson County.
r) Civil Action No. 1:21-cv-00172-LY; Charles William Thornburg v. Williamson County, Texas; Robert Chody, et al.; In the United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas, Austin Division.
s) Cause No. D-1-Gn-21-000215; Mohammad Mahmood v. Williamson County Constable Office; In the 353rd Judicial District of Travis County, Texas.
t) Civil Action No. 1:21-cv-00275; Big Fish Entertainment LLC v. Williamson County Sheriff’s Office et al.; In the United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas, Austin Division.
u) EEOC Charge of Discrimination #451-2021-01357 – Jesse Gomez.
v) Civil Action No. 1:21-cv-00350; Imani Nembhard v. Williamson County, Robert Chody and Christopher Pisa; In the United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas, Austin Division.
w) Civil Action No. 1:21-cv-00350; Gary Watsky v. Williamson County, Robert Chody, Mark Luera, Steve Deaton, et al.; In the United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas, Austin Division.
x) Kelli Bomer - EEOC Charge #451-2021-00920.
y) Gary Haston - EEOC Charge #451-2021-01145.
z) Civil Action No. 1:21-CV-480; Gloria Cowin, Individually and on behalf of the Estate Of Patrick Dupre, v. Williamson County; In the United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas, Austin Division.
aa) Civil Action No. Civil Action No. 21-481; Marquina Gilliam-Hicks v. Sean Feldman, In his individual capacity, and Williamson County; In the United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas, Austin Division.
bb)  EEOC Charge of Discrimination #450-2021-00854 - Donald L. Foiles, Jr.
cc) Civil Action No. 1:21-cv-615; Bernardo Acosta v. Williamson County; In the United States District Court for the Western District Of Texas, Austin Division.
dd) Jacqueline Robinson -  EEOC Charge # 451-2021-01742.
ee) Williamson County Landfill Operation Agreement Terms and Conditions.
ff) Civil Action No. 1:21-cv-00834; Skylar Leal vs Williamson County and Lorenzo Hernandez; In The United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division.
 
71.
Discuss, consider and take appropriate action regarding the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline and/or dismissal of Williamson County officers, directors or employees, including but not limited to any necessary action pertaining to conducting annual reviews of department heads and appointed officials.
 
72. Comments from Commissioners.
 
73.
Public Comment Period. The Commissioners Court will conduct a Public Comment Period to allow members of the public to address the Court regarding matters pertaining to or affecting Williamson County but that do not appear as an Agenda Item on a meeting’s Agenda.  During such Public Comment Period, speakers shall be limited to a maximum of two (2) minutes to make his/her remarks and the maximum overall discussion time allowed for the Public Comment Period, regardless of the number of members of the public wishing to address the Court during such period, shall be limited to ten (10) minutes.  Speaking time, to the extent possible, will be evenly allocated among speakers should more than five (5) speakers desire to speak during the Public Comment Period.  Please note that the members of the Court may not comment at the meeting about matters that are not on the agenda.
 

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Bill Gravell, Jr., County Judge


This notice of meeting was posted in the locked box located on the south side of the Williamson County Courthouse, a place readily accessible to the general public at all times, on the 1st day of October 2021 at 5:00 P.M. and remained posted for at least 72 continuous hours preceding the scheduled time of said meeting.

    

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