NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
WILLIAMSON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COURT
August 3, 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 – 25 )
 
3.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on a line item transfer for the District Attorney's Office.
 
Fiscal Impact
From/To Acct No. Description Amount
From 0100-0440-003398 Video/CD/DVD $1,700
To 0100-0440-003005 Office Furniture < $5,000.00 $1,700
 
4.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on a line item transfer for EMS.
 
Fiscal Impact
From/To Acct No. Description Amount
From 0100-0540-005700 Vehicles > $5,000 $3,000
To 0100-0540-004510 Facility Maint & Repair $3,000
 
5.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on a line item transfers for the Sheriff's Office.
 
Fiscal Impact
From/To Acct No. Description Amount
From 0100.0560.005700 Vehicles > $5,000 $14,700.00
To 0100.0560.004210 Internet/Email Services $10,000.00
To 0100.0560.004209 Cellular Phone/Pager $4,700.00
 
6.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving compensation changes, position titles changes, position grade changes and any corresponding line item transfers.
 
7.   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 07/01/2021 through 07/31/2021.
 
8.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on acknowledging the Purchasing Department monthly report of asset dispositions through Transfer, pursuant to Tx. Local Gov’t Code 263.152, for the period of 07/01/2021 through 07/31/2021.
 
9.   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 07/01/2021 through 07/31/2021.
 
10.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on authorizing the agreement between Williamson County and Health Fairs Plus for Employee Benefit Enrollment in the amount of $6,950.00, and authorizing the execution of the agreement.
 
11.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving the agreement with the Capital Area Council of Governments Capital Area Emergency Communications District (CAECD) for the Private Switch/Automatic Location Identification for 9-1-1 Emergency Service and authorize the execution of the agreement.
 
12.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on approving the Statement of Work/Agreement between Office Depot and Williamson County to provide Hard Drive Shredding Services in the amount of $4,608.00 per Omnia National Co-Operative Contract R160204, and authorizing the execution of the agreement.
 
13.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving the service contract between Williamson County and Spectrum Internet Service to provide the installation and internet service to the Williamson County Tax Office in the amount of $313.98 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.
 
14.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on purchasing thirteen (13) Pin Pads (credit card readers) and three (3) Stands through ActiveNet for the Parks Department for a one-time fee of $4,255.00 and authorize the execution of the agreement.
 
15.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving the agreement between Northwestern University for Public Safety and Williamson County for the Williamson County Sheriff's Office to be the host agency to conduct the School of Police Staff and Command at the Williamson County Sheriff's Office Training Center located at 8160 Chandler Road, Hutto TX 78634 and authorize the execution of the agreement. 
 
16.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on acceptance of a donation of a Parrot ANAFI PF 28000 Drone from Motorola Solutions to be used for training purposes by the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office pursuant to Tex. Loc. Gov’t Code § 81.032. 
 
17.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on approving an agreement between Williamson County and CI Technologies, Inc. for IAPro software for the Williamson County Sheriff's Office in the amount of $38,000.00 and authorizing execution of the agreement.
 
18.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving the labor proposal between Williamson County and Carrier Corporation for Chiller repair services in the amount of $24,095.00 per the terms of Buy Board contract #631-20 and authorizing the execution of this agreement.
 
19.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on Supplemental Work Authorization No 1 to Work Authorization No 1 under Williamson County Contract between Rodriguez Engineering Laboratories and Williamson County dated April 21, 2020 for On Call Materials Testing and Geotechnical Engineering Services. Funding Source: 01.0200.0210.004160. 
 
20.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approving the extension of Herbicides Contract #1911, renewal option period 2, for the same pricing, terms and conditions as the existing contract with Nutrien Ag Solutions, Inc. for the term September 24, 2021 – September 23, 2022.  This contract is used by the Road and Bridge Department to purchases chemicals to control unwanted roadside vegetation.
 
21.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on authorizing the Purchasing Agent to advertise IFB T5045 and receive sealed bids for the installation and realignment of CR 404 City of Hutto 18 Inch Transmission Water Line along Future County Road and FM 973. Funding Source is P390.
 
22.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on authorizing the Purchasing Agent to advertise and receive sealed bids for IFB T5023 CR 200 Reconstruction. Funding Source is P285.
 
23.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approval of the preliminary plat for the Taylor Ranchettes subdivision – Precinct 4.
 
24.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approval of the revised preliminary plat for the Saddleback at Santa Rita Ranch Phase 1 Subdivision – Precinct 2. 
 
25.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on approval of the revised preliminary plat for the Cool Water subdivision – Precinct 3.
 

REGULAR AGENDA

 
26. 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.
 
27.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on requesting the Williamson County Attorney to file a lawsuit to enjoin and restrain the City of Austin pursuant to Chapter 203 of the Texas Property Code in relation to the City of Austin’s purchase of the property located at 10811 Pecan Park Boulevard, Building 2, Austin, Texas for purposes of operating and using such property in Williamson County for temporary or permanent housing of individuals in Williamson County, as well as seek any other relief available at law or in equity.
 
28.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action to appoint 2 Representatives to the Williamson County Board of Health at the Williamson County & Cities Health Department (WCCHD).
 
29.   Consideration and action with Respect to "Order Authorizing the Issuance of Williamson County, Texas Limited Tax Notes, Series 2021; Authorizing the Levy of an Ad Valorem Tax in Support of the Notes; Approving an Official Statement and a Paying Agent/Registrar Agreement, Awarding the Sale of the Notes; and Authorizing Other Matters Related to the Issuance of the Notes."
 
30.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on changes to the Williamson County Employee Policy Manual, to be effective Oct. 1, 2021.
 
31.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on an order declaring an emergency and a grave necessity due to unforeseeable circumstance to approve a budget amendment to acknowledge additional revenues for the General Fund.
 
Fiscal Impact
From/To Acct No. Description Amount
0100.0000.364100 Insurance Proceeds $1,375.00
 
32.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on an order declaring an emergency and a grave necessity due to unforeseeable circumstances to approve a budget amendment to acknowledge additional expenditures for Facilities.
 
Fiscal Impact
From/To Acct No. Description Amount
0100.0509.004510 Facilities Repairs $1,375.00
 
33.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on approving the Amended and Restated Professional Service Agreement (PSA) with BLGY, Inc. for the Children’s Advocacy Center Addition, RFQ #2832, and authorizing the execution of the agreement. Funding source is P503.
 
34.   Receive updates on the Department of Infrastructure projects and issues.
 
35.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on awarding IFB T4327 Great Oaks Drive Improvements at Brushy Creek Road to DeNucci Constructors, LLC and authorizing the execution of the agreement. Funding Source is P270.
 
36.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action regarding Change Order No. 2 in the amount of $7,027.00 for T1740 Sam Bass Rd Interim Signals (Austin Traffic Signals), Road Bond Project in Commissioner Pct.1 P:462 Funding Source: Road Bond.
 
37.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action regarding Change Order No. 1 in the amount of $148,710.35 for T3346 Southeast Loop Phase 1 (James Construction Group, LLC), Road Bond Project in Commissioner Pct. 4 P:463 Funding Source: Road Bond.
 
38.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action regarding an Archeological Mitigation Plan Permit Application to the Texas Historical Commission (THC), required as part of the Due Diligence Environmental Investigations on the Corridor C – SH 29 Bypass Project, a Road Bond Project in Commissioner Pct 3. P#: P459
 
39.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action regarding an Antiquities Permit Application to the Texas Historical Commission (THC), required as part of the Due Diligence Environmental Investigations on the Ronald Reagan Extension Project, a Road Bond Project in Commissioner Pct. 3 and Pct. 4. P#: P238 
 
40.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action regarding an Antiquities Permit Application to the Texas Historical Commission (THC), required as part of the Due Diligence Environmental Investigations on the RM 2243 Project, a Road Bond Project in Commissioner Pct. 2 and Pct. 3. P#: P326
 
41.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on Contract Amendment No. 1 to the CR 404 Realignment contract between Williamson County and RPS Infrastructure, Inc. relating to the 2019 Road Bond Program.
Project: P391  Fund Source: Road Bonds
 
42.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on a Possession and Use Agreement for Transportation Purposes with Car-Ma Family Limited Partnership for right of way needed on the Liberty Hill Bypass project (Parcels 41/42). Funding Source: Road Bonds P346 
 
43.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action regarding and Interlocal Agreement Pursuant to Chapter 242, Texas Local Government Code with the City of Jarrell regarding oversight of subdivision plats and approval in the ETJ. 
 
44.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on a real estate contract with Joseph George Goergen and Barbara Anne Goergen for right of way needed on the Sam Bass Rd. project (Parcel 55). Funding: Road Bonds P462 
 
45.   Discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on proposed compensation changes for the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office Law Enforcement Pay Scales due to exigencies and economic demands. 
 
46.   Hear presentation on 2021-2022 budget recommendations.
 
47.   Discuss and hear presentation from the County Auditor's Office regarding Revenue estimates for the 2021-2022 Fiscal Year Budget.
 
48.   Hear presentation on the Williamson County no-new-revenue and voter approved rate calculations as presented by Larry Gaddes, Williamson County Tax Assessor/Collector. 
 
49.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action to include a record vote on a proposed TOTAL maximum tax rate for Williamson County and R/FM for the tax year 2021.
 
50.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on scheduling one public hearing date if the proposed maximum TOTAL tax rate exceeds the total no-new-revenue rate of $0.394024. 
 
51.   Discuss, consider, and take action on approving FY22 compensation changes, including elected officials salaries and 2022 TCDRS changes, for employees, elected officials, and retirees. 
 
52.   Discus, consider and take appropriate action on authorizing written notice to each elected official of his/her salary and other compensation to be included in the 2021-2022 budget.
 
53.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on the acceptance of the 2021-2022 recommended budget for the General Fund (0100) as presented by the Budget Office in the amount of $243,337,737.08.
 
54.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on the acceptance of the 2021-2022 recommended budget for the Road and Bridge Fund (0200) as presented by the Budget Office in the amount of $44,298,592.76.
 
55.   Discuss, consider and take appropriate action on the acceptance of the 2021-2022 recommended budget for the Debt Service Fund (0600) as presented by the Budget Office in the amount of $152,869,074.
 
56.   FY 22 Post Recommendation / Departmental Presentations.
 

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)."

 
57.   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.
 
58.   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 Cutting Edge
    g)    Project Red Hot Chili Pepper
    h)    Project Nirvana
 
59. 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)  Civil Action No. 1:17-cv-01114-LY, Elizabeth Saucedo and Tettus Davis v. Jonathon Hodgkiss, In The United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division.
h) Claim of Regina Wright.
i) 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.
j) 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.
k) 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.
l) 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.
m)  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.
n) Potential legal claims, demands and/or litigation against The Travelers Indemnity Company (Travelers).
o) 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.
p) 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.
q) Shamona Harris - EEOC Charge #451-2021-00812.
r) 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.
s) 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.
t) Cause No. D-1-Gn-21-000215; Mohammad Mahmood v. Williamson County Constable Office; In the 353rd Judicial District of Travis County, Texas.
u) 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.
v) EEOC Charge of Discrimination #451-2021-01357 – Jesse Gomez.
w) 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.
x) 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.
y) Kelli Bomer - EEOC Charge #451-2021-00920.
z) Gary Haston - EEOC Charge #451-2021-01145.
aa) 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.
bb) 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.
cc) Legal claims of Donald L. Foiles, Jr.
dd) 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.
ee) Jacqueline Robinson -  EEOC Charge # 451-2021-01742.
ff) Williamson County Landfill Operation Agreement Terms and Conditions.
 
60. 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).
 
61. 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)
 
62. Discuss and take appropriate action concerning economic development.
 
63. Discuss and take appropriate action concerning real estate.
 
64. 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)  Civil Action No. 1:17-cv-01114-LY, Elizabeth Saucedo and Tettus Davis v. Jonathon Hodgkiss, In The United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division.
h) Claim of Regina Wright.
i) 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.
j) 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.
k) 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.
l) 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.
m)  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.
n) Potential legal claims, demands and/or litigation against The Travelers Indemnity Company (Travelers).
o) 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.
p) 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.
q) Shamona Harris - EEOC Charge #451-2021-00812.
r) 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.
s) 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.
t) Cause No. D-1-Gn-21-000215; Mohammad Mahmood v. Williamson County Constable Office; In the 353rd Judicial District of Travis County, Texas.
u) 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.
v) EEOC Charge of Discrimination #451-2021-01357 – Jesse Gomez.
w) 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.
x) 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.
y) Kelli Bomer - EEOC Charge #451-2021-00920.
z) Gary Haston - EEOC Charge #451-2021-01145.
aa) 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.
bb) 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.
cc) Legal claims of Donald L. Foiles, Jr.
dd) 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.
ee) Jacqueline Robinson -  EEOC Charge # 451-2021-01742.
ff) Williamson County Landfill Operation Agreement Terms and Conditions.
 
65.

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.

 
66. Comments from Commissioners.
 
67.
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 30th day of July, 2021 at 5:00 P.M. and remained posted for at least 72 continuous hours preceding the scheduled time of said meeting.