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MINUTES OF THE WILLIAMSON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COURT MEETING
OCTOBER 26, 2021


STATE OF TEXAS )(
COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON )(

BE IT REMEMBERED that at 9:32 A.M. on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2021, a REGULAR SESSION of the Commissioners Court of Williamson County, Texas, was held with the following being present, to-wit:
Present:
Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook  
 
Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long  
 
Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey  
 
Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles  
 
County Clerk Nancy E. Rister  
Absent:
County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr.
Others Present:
Hal C. Hawes, General Counsel to Williamson County Commissioners Court
Amanda Brown, Executive Assistant to County Clerk
 
             
1. Review and approval of minutes.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
Motion: To approve the minutes of the October 19, 2021 meeting.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  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.
  First Assistant County Auditor Julie Kiley addressed the Court. 
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles 
Motion: To authorize the payment of bills totaling $9,148,299.14 from the computer printout, Addendum, Wire Transfer, Quick Check Report, Electronic Benefit Payments, and Wilco Forward Program - Phase 3 from the proper line items, if found by the County Auditor to be legal expenses as appropriated in the County Budget.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Addendum
  Report
 
             
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 – 24 )
             
3. Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on a line item transfer for Facilities.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve the line item transfers for Facilities:
From/To Acct No. Description Amount
From 0100.0509.004500 Maintenance Services $3,969.19
To 0100.0509.003319 Extermination $1,000.00
To 0100.0509.003003 Radio Equipment <$5,000 $2,969.19
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
             
4. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving compensation changes, position titles changes, position grade changes and any corresponding line item transfers.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve compensation changes, position titles changes, position grade changes and any corresponding line item transfers.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Merit Report
  Merit LIT
 
             
5. Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on authorizing the disposal of various county vehicles(s) and equipment assets through Auction including One (1) 2007 Chevy Malibu VIN#4151, One (1) Chevy Malibu Hybrid VIN#6467, and One (1) Chevy 1500 VIN#1414, pursuant to Tx. Local Gov’t Code 263.152. 
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To authorize the disposal of various county vehicles(s) and equipment assets through Auction including (1) 2007 Chevy Malibu Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) # 4151, (1) Chevy Malibu Hybrid Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) # 6467, and (1) Chevy 1500 Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) # 1414, pursuant to Texas Local Government Code Section 263.152.  
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  VSC Assets Auction 10.26.21
 
             
6. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action to approve Justice of the Peace, Pct. 3, September 2021 Monthly Report in compliance with Code of Criminal Procedure § 103.005.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve Justice of the Peace Precinct 3 September 2021 Monthly Report in compliance with Code of Criminal Procedure Section 103.005.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  September 2021 - CCP 103
 
             
7. Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action to approve the County Attorney September 2021 Monthly Report in compliance with Code of Criminal Procedure 103.005.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve the County Attorney September 2021 Monthly Report in compliance with Code of Criminal Procedure Section 103.005.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  September report
 
             
8. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving the renewal agreement between WINTECH, LLC and Williamson County for annual Alice Receptionist Enterprise Subscription software for one year for $6,216.60, under Texas Gov't Code 262.024(a)(7)(D) [Captive Replacement Parts or Component for Equipment], and authorizing the execution of the agreement.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve the renewal agreement between WINTECH, LLC and Williamson County for annual Alice Receptionist Enterprise Subscription software for (1) year for $6,216.60 under Texas Government Code Section 262.024(a)(7)(D) Captive Replacement Parts or Component for Equipment and authorize the execution of the agreement.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Alice Receptionist Renewal redacted
 
             
9. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving the contract between Williamson County and Core Office Interiors for the purchase of fifteen (15) Jury Chairs at the District Attorney's Office for the total amount of $8,633.80 per the terms of the BuyBoard contract number 584-19, and authorizing the execution of the contract.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve the contract between Williamson County and Core Office Interiors for the purchase of (15) jury chairs at the District Attorney's Office for the total amount of $8,633.80 per the terms of the BuyBoard Contract # 584-19 and authorize the execution of the contract.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Quote
 
             
10. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving the lease agreement between Pitney Bowes, Inc. and the Williamson County Tax Assessor/Collector for a postage meter lease in the amount of $371.48 per month, pursuant to BuyBoard Contract #576-18, and authorizing execution of the lease.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve the lease agreement between Pitney Bowes, Inc. and the Williamson County Tax Assessor/Collector for a postage meter lease in the amount of $371.48 per month pursuant to the BuyBoard Contract # 576-18 and authorize the execution of the lease.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Lease
 
             
11. Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on approving a blanket purchase order for Suddenlink in the amount of $49,000 for Williamson County internet service at countywide building locations, exempting this purchase from competitive bidding requirements as per Texas Local Government Code Discretionary Exemption 262.024.(a)(7)(C) utility services.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve a blanket purchase order for Suddenlink in the amount of $49,000.00 for Williamson County internet service at countywide building locations and exempt this purchase from competitive bidding requirements as per Texas Local Government Code Discretionary Exemption Section 262.024.(a)(7)(C) Utility Services.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Suddenlink 3-Year Price Agreement
 
             
12. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving the quotations between Data Projections, Inc. and Williamson County for a new Audio Visual System upgrades at the Purchasing and HR Training rooms in the amount of $33,866.26 EACH (two separate systems) pursuant to TIPS contract #210101, and authorizing execution of the documents. Funding Source is CARES Funding.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve the quotations between Data Projections, Inc. and Williamson County for a new audio/visual system upgrade at the Purchasing and Human Resources (HR) Training rooms in the amount of $33,866.26 each (2 separate systems) pursuant to The Interlocal Purchasing System (TIPS) Contract # 210101 and authorize the execution of the documents to be funded by CARES funds.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Addendum
  Addendum
  Quote
  Quote
 
             
13. Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on authorizing the purchase of one (1) 2023 E-450 Ford Econoline Van from Silsbee Ford in the amount $66,116.00 through the GoodBuy purchasing cooperative contract # 21-8F000 Vehicles and authorizing the quote and purchase.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To authorize the purchase of (1) 2023 E-450 Ford Econoline Van from Silsbee Ford in the amount $66,116.00 through the GoodBuy Purchasing Cooperative Contract # 21-8F000 Vehicles and authorize the quote and purchase.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Quote
 
             
14. Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on authorizing the Purchasing Agent to advertise and receive sealed proposals for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Shift Schedule Optimization Process Study under RFP #RF22RFP38.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To authorize the Purchasing Agent to advertise and receive sealed proposals for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Shift Schedule Optimization Process Study under Request for Proposal (RFP) # RF22RFP38.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
             
15. Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on approving Amendment 2 between Labor Finders and Williamson County for temporary labor pursuant to Quote No. 21-4-1886, authorizing the execution of the Agreement and exempting this purchase from competitive bidding requirements as per Texas Local Government Code Discretionary Exemption 262.024.(a)(4) a personal or professional service.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve Amendment No. 2 between Labor Finders and Williamson County for temporary labor pursuant to Quote # 21-4-1886, authorize the execution of the Agreement and exempt this purchase from competitive bidding requirements as per Texas Local Government Code Discretionary Exemption Section 262.024.(a)(4) A Personal or Professional Service.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Amendment
  Quote Fees
 
             
16. Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on accepting a donation of a "ThorBoard Ballistic Shield from Marilie and Carson Walker.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To accept a donation of a ThorBoard Ballistic Shield from Marilie and Carson Walker for the Sheriff's Office.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
             
17. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on exempting this extension from the competitive bidding requirements, per Texas Local Government Code Section 262.024.(a)(2) (an item necessary to preserve or protect the public health or safety of the residents of the county), and obtain approval of the contract extension for Jail Food Services (RFP 1605-081) between Williamson County, Texas and Aramark Correctional Services, LLC for 30 days until November 30, 2021, in order to allow the new Sheriff Office administration to complete the RFP process in this category of services to support county jail operations.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve the contract extension for Jail Food Services per Request For Proposal (RFP) # 1605-081 between Williamson County, Texas and Aramark Correctional Services, LLC for (30) days, until November 30, 2021, in order to allow the Sheriff's Office Administration to complete the Request for Proposal (RFP) process in this category of services to support jail operations and to exempt this extension from the competitive bidding requirements per Texas Local Government Code Section 262.024.(a)(2) An Item Necessary to Preserve or Protect the Public Health or Safety of the Residents of the County.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Amendment
  Original Agreement
  Amendment 1
  Amendment 2
  Amendment 3
  Amendment 4
  Amendment 5
  Amendment 6
 
             
18. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving insurance coverage request and quote for four (4) fuel tanks through AIG Environmental TankGuard Program for Pollution Liability Insurance with an annual premium of $955 and Terrorism Insurance coverage for an additional $90 per year to support operations of the Fleet Department and authorizing acceptance and signature of the quote.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve the insurance coverage request and quote for (4) fuel tanks through AIG Environmental TankGuard Program for Pollution Liability Insurance with an annual premium of $955.00, Terrorism Insurance coverage for an additional $90.00 per year to support operations of the Fleet Department and authorize acceptance and signature of the quote.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Quote
 
             
19. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on Supplemental Work Authorization No 3 to Work Authorization No 1 under Williamson County Contract between Cobb Fendley & Associates Inc and Williamson County dated July 16, 2019 for On Call Utility Coordination and Relocation. Funding source: 01.0200.0210.004100.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve Supplemental Work Authorization No. 3 to Work Authorization No. 1 under Williamson County Contract between Cobb Fendley & Associates Inc and Williamson County, dated July 16, 2019, for On Call Utility Coordination and Relocation to be funded by 01.0200.0210.004100.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Work Authorization
 
             
20. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on Supplemental Work Authorization No 2 to Work Authorization No1 under Williamson County Contact between Diamond Surveying Inc. and Williamson County dated May 19, 2020 for On Call Professional Surveying Services. Funding source: 01.0200.0210.004150.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve Supplemental Work Authorization No. 2 to Work Authorization No. 1 under Williamson County Contact between Diamond Surveying Inc. and Williamson County dated, May 19, 2020, for On Call Professional Surveying Services to be funded by 01.0200.0210.004150.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Work Authorization
 
             
21. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on Work Authorization No 7 in the amount of $95,070.00 to expire on May 31, 2022 under Williamson County Contract for Surveying Services between Surveying And Mapping LLC and Williamson County dated May 19, 2020 for Design Survey ROW delineation within Durham Park Subdivision Phase 2A/2B. Funding source: P498.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve Work Authorization No. 7 in the amount of $95,070.00, to expire on May 31, 2022, under Williamson County Contract for Surveying Services between Surveying And Mapping LLC and Williamson County, dated May 19, 2020, for Design Survey Right-Of-Way (ROW) delineation within Durham Park subdivision Phase 2A/2B to be funded by P-498.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Work Authorization
 
             
22. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on Supplemental Work Authorization No 2 to Work Authorization no 5 under Williamson County Contract between Diamond Surveying Inc. and Williamson County dated May 19, 2020 for Surveying Services for CR 307 North of CR 305 Jarrell. Funding source: P394.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve Supplemental Work Authorization No. 2 to Work Authorization No. 5 under Williamson County Contract between Diamond Surveying Inc. and Williamson County dated May 19, 2020 for Surveying Services for County Road (CR) 307 North of County Road (CR) 305 Jarrell to be funded by P-394.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Work Authorization
 
             
23. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approval of the preliminary plat for the Siena South Replat of Lots 3 & 4, Block A, private subdivision – Precinct 4.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve the preliminary plat for the Siena South Replat of Lots 3 & 4, Block A, private subdivision – Precinct 4.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  preliminary plat - Siena South Lots 3 & 4
 
             
24. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approval of the preliminary plat for the Serenity Springs Phase 1 private subdivision – Precinct 2.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve the preliminary plat for the Serenity Springs Phase 1 private subdivision – Precinct 2.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  preliminary plat - Serenity Springs
 
             
REGULAR AGENDA
             
25. 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.
  Those who addressed the Court:
Jim Dillon of Liberty Hill
Lori Gallagher of Georgetown
  No action taken on this item.
             
26. 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, the American Rescue Pan Act (ARPA) and the 2021 Tax Anticipation Note (TAN).
  Those who addressed the Court:
Jim Dillon of Liberty Hill
  No action taken on this item.
             
27. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action to rescind the action taken on agenda item #65 on October 19, 2021 setting a public hearing for November 2, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. regarding the setting of the rate associated with mandatory provider participation payments that Williamson County may require of all local hospitals for Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 in relation to the Williamson County Health Care Participation Program.
  Those who addressed the Court:
Jim Dillon of Liberty Hill
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To rescind the action taken on agenda item # 65 on October 19, 2021 setting a public hearing for November 2, 2021 at 10:00 A.M. regarding the setting of the rate associated with mandatory provider participation payments that Williamson County may require of all local hospitals for Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 in relation to the Williamson County Health Care Participation Program.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
             
28. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on exempting the quote for support, maintenance, and licenses in the amount of $7,350.00 from Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (ESRI) from competitive bidding as per 262.024 (a)(7)(D) [Captive Replacement Parts or Components for Equipment] of the Texas Local Government Code and authorize the execution of the quote.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To exempt the quote for support, maintenance, and licenses in the amount of $7,350.00 from Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (ESRI) from competitive bidding as per Texas Local Government Code Section 262.024 (a)(7)(D) Captive Replacement Parts or Components for Equipment and authorize the execution of the quote.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Quote
 
             
29. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving the service contract between Williamson County and Spectrum Enterprise to provide internet service to the Taylor Annex in the amount of $1,199.00 per month and exempting the item from competitive bidding requirements as per Texas Local Govt. Code Discretionary Exemption 262.024(a)(7)(C) electric power, gas, water, and other utility services; and authorizing execution of the agreement.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve the service contract between Williamson County and Spectrum Enterprise to provide internet service to the Taylor Annex in the amount of $1,199.00 per month and exempt the item from competitive bidding requirements as per Texas Local Government Code Discretionary Exemption Section 262.024(a)(7)(C) Electric Power, Gas, Water, and Other Utility Services and authorize the execution of the agreement.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Agreement
 
             
30. Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on approving the purchase of two (2) Chevrolet Tahoes from Holiday Chevrolet in the amount of $111,160.00, pursuant to Tarrant County Cooperative Contract #2020-174 for the vehicle and #2019-181 for the upfitting.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve the purchase of (2) Chevrolet Tahoes from Holiday Chevrolet in the amount of $111,160.00 pursuant to the Tarrant County Cooperative Contract # 2020-174 for the vehicle and the Tarrant County Cooperative Contract # 2019-181 for the up-fitting.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Quote
 
             
31. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving the purchase of Leads Online Power Plus Investigation System annual software renewal in the amount of $8,082.00 and exempting Leads Online, LLC. from competitive bidding requirements per Texas Local Government Code Section 262.024(a)(7)(A) discretionary exemption for items for which competition is precluded because of the existence of copyrights, secret processes or monopolies.
  Those who addressed the Court:
Jim Dillon of Liberty Hill
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles 
Motion: To approve the purchase of Leads Online Power Plus Investigation System annual software renewal in the amount of $8,082.00 and exempt Leads Online, LLC. from competitive bidding requirements per Texas Local Government Code Section 262.024(a)(7)(A) Discretionary Exemption for items for which competition is precluded because of the existence of copyrights, secret processes or monopolies.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Sole Source Letter
  Renewal
 
             
32. Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on approving the purchase of two (2) Chevrolet Tahoes from Holiday Chevrolet in the amount of $105,755.00, pursuant to TXSmartBuy Contract #070-A1 for the vehicle and Tarrant County Cooperative Contract #2019-181 for the upfitting.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles 
Motion: To approve the purchase of (2) Chevrolet Tahoes from Holiday Chevrolet in the amount of $105,755.00 pursuant to the TXSmartBuy Contract # 070-A1 for the vehicle and Tarrant County Cooperative Contract # 2019-181 for the up-fitting.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Quote
 
             
33. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving the second addendum for the Master Service Agreement approved under agenda item #42 on 3/24/2020 between Stanley Convergent Security Solutions, Inc. and Williamson County for Surveillance Equipment and Monitoring Services, in the not-to-exceed amount of $1,350,000.00 and as per Sourcewell Contract #031517-SCS, and authorizing the execution of the addendum. 
  Those who addressed the Court:
Jim Dillon of Liberty Hill
(Richard) Rick Lutowski of Georgetown
Senior Director of Facilities Dale Butler
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles 
Motion: To approve the second addendum for the Master Service Agreement approved under agenda item # 42 on March 24, 2020 between Stanley Convergent Security Solutions, Inc. and Williamson County for Surveillance Equipment and Monitoring Services, in the not-to-exceed amount of $1,350,000.00 per the Sourcewell Contract # 031517-SCS and authorize the execution of the addendum. 
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Addendum
  Original Stanley Convergent MSA
  County Addendum 1 Stanley Convergent executed
 
             
34. Receive updates on the Department of Infrastructure projects and issues.
  No updates received.
             
35. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving a blanket purchase order for vehicle tires to Youngblood Automotive in the amount of $100,000.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve a blanket purchase order for vehicle tires to Youngblood Automotive in the amount of $100,000.00.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
             
36. Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on approving the purchase of one (1) piece of Heavy Equipment from Holt Cat for one (1) Caterpillar Road Recycler RM500B in the amount of $745,277.00 to include 48-month warranty pursuant to Sourcewell Contract #032119-CAT.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve the purchase of (1) piece of Heavy Equipment from Holt Cat for (1) Caterpillar Road Recycler RM500B in the amount of $745,277.00 to include a 48-month warranty pursuant to the Sourcewell Contract # 032119-CAT.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Holt Cat Quote
 
             
37. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving a Long Term Planning Budget Transfer per Mike Weaver, Road Bond Manager, to move $800,000 from LTP ROW (P457) to Southeast Corridor Study (P463).
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles 
Motion: To approve a Long Term Planning Budget Transfer per Road Bond Manager Mike Weaver to move $800,000.00 from Long Term Planning (LTP) Right-of-Way (ROW) (P-457) to Southeast Corridor Study (P-463).
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  LTP Memo
 
             
38. Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on awarding  IFB #21IFB20 South Broad and Muery Streets Projects to Chasco Constructors and authorizing the execution of the agreement. Funding Source P373.
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To award Invitation For Bid (IFB) # 21IFB20 South Broad and Muery Streets Projects to Chasco Constructors and authorize the execution of the agreement to be funded by P-373.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Recommendation Letter
 
             
39. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on a resolution determining the necessity and authorizing the use of eminent domain to condemn (1.949 acres) required for the construction of SE Loop, and take appropriate action. (Estate of Cynthia D. Krueger, Deceased)
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To authorize the use of eminent domain to condemn (1.949 acres) required for the construction of Southeast (SE) Loop and take appropriate action. (Estate of Cynthia D. Krueger, Deceased)
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Resolution
 
             
40. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on 4 claims for moving expenses related to the right of way acquisition on Parcel 13. Funding Source: Road Bonds P462
Units E04 and O89- Earnest Phillips
Unit I10- Shane Hawkins
Unit C22- Sharon Condiff
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve (4) Claims for Moving Expenses related to the right-of-way acquisition on Parcel 13 to be funded by Road Bonds P-462. (Units E04 and O89- Earnest Phillips; Unit I10- Shane Hawkins; Unit C22- Sharon Condiff)
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Unit O89 Claim
  Unit I10 Claim
  Unit C22 Claim
  Unit E04 Claim
 
             
41. Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on 2 Donation Deeds and a Drainage Easement with Pulte Homes of Texas, LP for right of way needed on the CR 245 project (Parcels 3, 3DE and 7) Funding Source: Road Bonds P353
  Motion by: Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long 
  Second by: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook 
Motion: To approve (2) Donation Deeds and a Drainage Easement with Pulte Homes of Texas, LP for the right-of-way needed on the County Road (CR) 245 Project (Parcels 3, 3DE and 7) to be funded by Road Bonds P-353.
 
Aye: Commissioner Precinct 1 Terry Cook
  Commissioner Precinct 2 Cynthia Long
  Commissioner Precinct 3 Valerie Covey
  Commissioner Precinct 4 Russ Boles
Other: County Judge Bill Gravell, Jr. (Absent)
  Attachments:
  Donation Deed
  Drainage Easement
  Donation Deed
 
             
COMMISSIONERS COURT RECESSED TO EXECUTIVE SESSION AT 10:05 A.M. ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2021.
             
42. 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.
  No action was taken in Executive Session.
             
43. 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
    k)    Project Pearson Ranch
  No action was taken in Executive Session.
             
44. 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.
  No action was taken in Executive Session.
             
45. 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).
  No action was taken in Executive Session.
             
46. 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).
  No action was taken in Executive Session.
             
COMMISSIONERS COURT RECONVENED FROM EXECUTIVE SESSION AT 11:54 A.M. ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2021.
             
47. Discuss and take appropriate action concerning economic development.
  No action was taken on this item.
             
48. Discuss and take appropriate action concerning real estate.
  No action was taken on this item.
             
49. 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.
  No action was taken on this item.
             
50. 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.
  No action was taken on this item.
             
51. Comments from Commissioners.
  Commissioner Covey thanked and congratulated everyone on the 1st Annual Williamson County Fair and Rodeo.
 
             
52.
Public Comment Period.
  Those who addressed the Court:
Jim Dillon of Liberty Hill
COMMISSIONERS COURT ADJOURNED AT 11:54 A.M. ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2021.

THE FOREGOING MINUTES had at a Regular Session of Commissioners Court of Williamson County, Texas, having been read are hereby approved this 2nd day of November, 2021.


ATTEST: Nancy E. Rister, Clerk of Commissioners Court, Williamson County, Texas

By: Amanda Brown, Deputy/Executive Assistant to County Clerk

    

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