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[1. CALL TO ORDER]

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IF YOU WILL RISE FOR THE INVOCATION.

PASTOR STEVE OR VINI FROM VICTORY OUTREACH IS GOING TO LEAD US IN INVOCATION THIS MORNING.

THEN WE WILL DO THE PLEDGE. >> A MINUTE WE CAN HAVE EVERY HEAD BOWED AND EVERY HAD CLOSE THIS MORNING.

FATHER IN THE NAME OF JESUS WE COME BEFORE YOU THIS MORNING.

MASTER WE THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR GRACE, WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR MERCY, FATHER I PRAY RIGHT NOW THAT YOU WILL FILL THIS PLACE MASTER WITH YOUR ANOINTING IN YOUR PRESENCE, I PRAY THAT YOU WOULD GIVE US GUIDANCE, DIRECTION THIS MORNING, MY GOD THAT YOU WOULD GIVE US WISDOM. FATHER, YOUR PERFECT WILL BE DONE IN EACH AND EVERY ONE OF OUR RIGHT INTO LIVES IN OUR DECISIONS THAT NEEDS TO BE MADE THIS MORNING WE ARE CAREFUL TO GIVE YOU ALL THE HONOR AND THE GLORY AND WE WILL FOREVER GIVE YOU THE PRAISE IN JESUS MIGHTY NAME WE PRAY, AMEN AND AMEN.

>> I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND TO THE REPUBLIC FOR WHICH IT STANDS, ONE NATION, UNDER GOD, INDIVISIBLE WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL.

>> THE TEXAS FLAG. >> I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THE TEXAS MUSTANG UNDER GOD ONE AND INDIVISIBLE.

>> THANK YOU ALL FOR BEING HERE THIS MORNING.

WE HAVE COMMISSIONER HERNANDEZ, COMMISSIONER GONZALES AND MYSELF HERE. COMMISSIONER CHESNEY IS ONLINE.

WE DO HAVE A QUORUM. COMMISSIONER MARA'S WILL BE HERE ANOTHER 45 MINUTES OR SO. THE DAY IS SEPARATE 23RD, THURSDAY WE ARE AT 901 LEOPARD IN THE COUNTY COURTHOUSE AND I CERTIFY THERE IS A QUORUM PRESENT.

ITEM D, DO WE HAVE ANY DISCLOSURES OR CONFLICT OF

[1. In recognition of Constable Robert "Bobby" Sherwood's 44 years of service to Nueces County.]

INTEREST? NOT SO FAR IF YOU DO LATER ON WE CAN ANNOUNCE AT THAT TIME. ITEM E.

WE WANT TO PRESENT THE 600 CERTIFICATES OF RECOGNITION.

AND I BELIEVE D IS GOING TO READ ONE FIRST.

THE RECOGNITION OF CONSTABLE BOBBY SHERWOOD.

44 YEARS OF SERVICE TO NUECES COUNTY.

I HAVE A HERE. SORRY.

WE HAVE A WATCH TO PRESENT HIM. I KNOW WE HAVE ALREADY TALKED TO YOU LAST TIME YOU WERE HERE SO IF I GET YOU TO COME DOWN FRONT IN THE COMMISSIONERS TO COME WITH ME LET'S TAKE A PHOTO AND

PRESENT THIS TO HIM. >> DO YOU HAVE A BATTERY FOR THE WATCH? SPEEMAC I DON'T KNOW ABOUT THAT.

>> I DON'T THINK I'M GOING TO BE HERE 44 YEARS TO GET ONE OF THESE. HEY, BOBBY, IN THIS PICTURE I'LL

ALWAYS BE LOOKING OVER TO YOU. >> I WOULD LIKE TO RECOGNIZE SOME PEOPLE WHO ARE HERE TODAY, MY MOM AND MY BABY SISTER DROVE DOWN FROM COLLEGE STATION JUST TO MAKE SURE.

>> ANY EXCUSE NOT TO GO TO COLLEGE STATION.

IN HER HUSBAND I REALLY APPRECIATE IT.

MY BEST FRIEND. >> DOES HE WANT A PICTURE WITH

HIS PARENTS? >> YES.

>> GET EVERYBODY UP THERE. COME ON.

>> COME ON GUYS PLEASE COME APPEARING GET YOUR PICTURE.

>> I WANT TO GET ALL MY DEPUTIES IN THERETO.

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>> ONCE A BOSS ALWAYS A BOSS. >> THEY ARE STRONG SUPPORTERS OF MINE FOR YEARS WE WERE TOGETHER DAY TODAY IN THIS OFFICE AND ALWAYS BE GRATEFUL FOR THAT. OF COURSE ALL MY DEPUTIES HERE TO SUPPORT ME IN A REALLY APPRECIATE THAT TO ITS GOING TO BE A WHOLE LOT DIFFERENT NOT GOING OUT HERE AND TELLING YOU

GUYS WHAT TO DO. >> I'LL BE AT HOME AND MY WIFE

WILL TELL ME WHAT TO DO. >> CAN WE GET THE DEPUTIES

APPEAR FOR A PHOTO TO. >> , AND APPEAR.

>> THIS IS MY ASSISTANT. >> NOW WE WILL GET OUT OF HERE.

>> WE APPRECIATE EVERYTHING THAT YOU'VE DONE THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

[1. In memory of Reverend Adam Carrington (March 16, 1962 - January 26, 2023).]

>> MOVING ONTO ITEM F ADOPT THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION, PROCLAMATION AND/OR ORDERS, AS ONE IS IN MEMORY OF REVEREND ADAM CARRINGTON. I'M SORRY I AM NOT TALKING IN THE MICROPHONE, THANK YOU CONNIE.

S1 IN MEMORY OF REVEREND ADAM CARRINGTON AND MS. HAWKINS, MY CHIEF OF STAFF IS GOING TO READ THE PROCLAMATION.

>> IN MEMORY OF REVEREND ADAM CARRINGTON, MARCH 16, 1962 TO JANUARY 26, 2023. WHEREAS ADAM TROY CARRINGTON WAS BORN ON MARCH 16, 1962 IN OKLAHOMA.

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WHEREAS ROBYN CARRINGTON SERVED IN THE U.S. NAVY AND WAS A TRAINED MANUFACTURING ENGINEER WHICH RESULTED IN THE DOWN-TO-EARTH STYLE OF MINISTRY. WHEREAS IN THE FALL 2014 REVEREND CARRINGTON MOVED TO CORPUS CHRISTI TO LEAD AND GENTLY THE BROOKS AMB WORSHIP CENTER IN THE NORTHSIDE NEIGHBORHOOD OF HILLCREST. ROBYN CARRINGTON'S UNIQUE APPROACH TO MINISTRY PROVIDED THE MEMBERS OF HIS CONGREGATION A PLATFORM TO VOICE THEIR CONCERNS AND BRING AWARENESS TO THE NEEDS OF THE COMMUNITY. WHEREAS, AS A RESULT, THE CHURCH BECAME A SETTING OF MORE THAN JUST SERMONS AND HYMNS OVER THE YEARS. IT BECAME A HOME BASE FOR THE COMMUNITY'S ADVOCACY AND RALLIES.

WHEREAS ROBYN CARRINGTON QUICKLY BECAME RECOGNIZED AS A LEADER IN LOCAL CIVIL RIGHTS WHO ADVOCATED FOR ONE CORPORATE HISTORY'S MOST HISTORICALLY TO SAVANNAH'S COMMUNITIES.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, THAT THE COMMISSIONERS COURT OF NUECES COUNTY, HEREBY HONORS THE MEMORY OF REVEREND ADAM CARRINGTON FOR HIS LIFETIME OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND HIS SERVICE TO OUR COMMUNITY AND HEREBY ENCOURAGES THE CITIZENS OF NUECES COUNTY TO JOIN THE COURT AND OFFERING CONDOLENCES TO THE CARRINGTON FAMILY IN THIS TIME OF MOURNING.

DULY ADOPTED BY THE NUECES COUNTY TEXAS ON THE 23RD DAY

OF FEBRUARY 2023. >> SECOND.

>> ALL THOSE IN FAVOR SAY AYE. >> AYE.

>> THANK YOU VERY MUCH, THE MOTION PASSES.

>> IS ANYONE HERE FROM HIS CHURCH OR HIS FAMILY HERE?

[2. In recognition of Texas Independence Day on March 2, 2023.]

>> WILL MAKE SURE THEY GET THE PROCLAMATION.

, INDEPENDENCE DAY MARCH 2, 2023, INDEPENDENCE WAS DECLARED THIS DAY 187 YEARS AGO. DESPERATE CITIZENS RESIDING IN WHAT IS TODAY IS THE STATE OF TEXAS AND WASHINGTON TO EXPRESS GRIEVANCES AGAINST THE TYRANT SANTA ANA AND WHEREAS THE GOVERNMENT NO LONGER FUNCTIONS AND 1924, THE TYRANNY OF SANTA ANA CAN NO LONGER BE ENTERED IN WHEREAS GEORGE CAMPBELL OFFERED THE TEXAS DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE DECLARING INDEPENDENCE FROM MEXICO AND CREATED THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS.

FOREVER CHANGES THE COURSE OF HISTORY AND WERE AS CITIZENS OF NUECES COUNTY JOIN TEXANS THROUGHOUT THE STATE OF THE SERVANTS OF THIS REVIEW DATE IN HISTORY.

THEREFORE BEING PROCLAIMED BY THE NUECES COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COURT THAT THE SECOND DATE OF MARCH 2023 IS TEXAS INDEPENDENCE DAY AND NUECES COUNTY TEXAS. DULY ADOPTED BIBLE ARE THE COMMISSIONERS COURT OF NUECES COUNTY TEXAS ON THE 23RD DAY

OF FEBRUARY 2023. >> THANK YOU IN RECOGNITION OF MARCH 20, 2013 AMERICAN RED CROSS MONTH AND WEDNESDAY MA

[3. In recognition of March 4, 2023 as "March for the Vote Day".]

MARCH 22, 2023 BEING RED CROSS GIVING DAY.

>> MARCH WITH ABOUT DAY IN HONOR OF THE NATIONAL WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE PARADE OF 1913 WHEREAS 5000 WOMEN INCLUDING THE DELEGATION

FROM TEXAS WERE MOBILIZED. >> I DID NUMBER FOUR, I SKIPPED NUMBER THREE, LET'S GO BACK OF RECOGNITION OF MARCH 4, 2023 FOR MARCH AS THE VOTE DAY. MINE WAS BACKWARDS.

>> MARCH FOR THE VOTE DAY IN HONOR OF THE SUFFRAGE PARADE OF 1913 WHEREAS 5000 WOMEN INCLUDED THE DELEGATION FROM TEXAS WERE MOBILIZED IN THE NATION'S CAPITAL IN A SUFFRAGE PARADE AND MARCH 3, 1913 AND THE U.S. PRESIDENT-ELECT WOODWARD WILSON INAUGURATION IN WHEREAS DELEGATES FROM THE NATIONAL AMERICAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION AND ITS PREDECESSOR ASSOCIATION HAD ARRIVED IN WASHINGTON, D.C. EVERY YEAR SINCE 1869 TO PRESENT PETITIONS ASKING THAT WOMEN BE ENFRANCHISED.

WHEREAS IT WOULD TAKE UNTIL 1920 BEFORE THE 19TH AMENDMENT TO THE U.S. CONSTITUTION WHICH GAVE MANY WOMEN FULL RIGHTS TO VOTE FOR THE FIRST TIME, FINALLY PASSED BOTH HOUSES OF CONGRESS AND WAS RATIFIED BY THE REQUIRED 36 STATES.

AND WHEREAS THE 19TH AMENDMENT DID NOT GUARANTEE SUFFRAGE FOR ALL WOMEN INCLUDING WOMEN OF COLOR, WOMEN OF DISABILITIES AND WOMEN'S WHOSE PRIMARY LANGUAGE WAS NOT ENGLISH AND RISIBLE COURAGEOUS AND POWERFUL PEOPLE WHO FOUGHT FOR THE RATIFICATION OF THE 19TH AMENDMENT TO THE U.S. CONSTITUTION DESERVES SPECIAL CELEBRATION AND WHEREAS WOMEN TODAY ARE ACTIVE IN LOCAL, STATE AND NATIONAL GOVERNMENT AND ARE RUNNING FOR OFFICE IN UNPRECEDENTED NUMBERS REMINDING US THAT WE ALL FOLLOW IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF RESOLUTE AMERICAN SUFFRAGE IS IN WHEREAS THE RIGHT TO VOTE IS THE CORNERSTONE OF OUR DEMOCRACY AND THE FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT OF ALL CIVIL LIBERTIES REST.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT THE COMMISSIONERS COURT OF NUECES COUNTY DOES YOUR BIKE PROCLAIM SATURDAY MARCH 4, 2023 MARCH FOR THE VOTE DAY. AND FURTHER ENCOURAGES ALL OF

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THE CITIZENS NUECES COUNTY TO CELEBRATE THIS SPECIAL OCCASION BY JOINING THE MARCH TO COMMEMORATE THOSE INDIVIDUALS WHO FOUGHT FOR THE RATIFICATION ON THE 19TH AMENDMENT TO THE U.S. CONSTITUTION. DULY ADOPTED BY THE COMMISSIONER COURT NUECES COUNTY ON THIS 23RD DAY OF EVERY 2023.

>> SO MOVE. >> SECOND.

>> WAVE MOTION IN THE SECOND ALL THOSE IN FAVOR SAY AYE.

[4. In recognition of March 2023 being American Red Cross Month and Wednesday, March 22, 2023 being Red Cross Giving Day.]

>> AYE AND UNANIMOUS, THE MOTION PASSES.

NOW ITEM FOUR. IN RECOGNITION OF MARCH 2023 BEING AMERICAN RED CROSS MONTH AND WEDNESDAY MARCH 22, 2023

BEING RED CROSS GIVING DAY. >> AMERICAN RED CROSS MONTH IN MARCH WHEREAS DURING AMERICAN RED CROSS MONTH IN MARCH WE CELEBRATE THE HUMANITARIAN SPIRIT OF NUECES COUNTY AND REAFFIRM OUR COMMITMENT TO HELP ENSURE NO ONE FACES A CRISIS ALONE WHEREAS CARING FOR ONE ANOTHER IS AT THE HEART OF OUR COMMUNITY AND EXEMPLIFIED BY THE PEOPLE OF NUECES COUNTY WHOSE SIMPLE ACTS OF KINDNESS TO THE RED CROSS PROVIDE HEALTH AND HOPE IN PEOPLE'S MOST DIFFICULT MOMENTS CONTINUING THE LIFESAVING LEGACY OF CLEAR GARDEN WHO FOUNDED THE ORGANIZATION MORE THAN 140 YEARS AGO TO PREVENT AND ALLEVIATE HUMAN SUFFERING WHEREAS EVERY DAY THE ORDINARY INDIVIDUALS LEND A HELPING HAND TO MAKE AN EXTRAORDINARY DIFFERENCE FOR NEIGHBORS IN NEED WHETHER IS PROVIDING EMERGENCY SHELTER, FOOD AND COMFORT FOR FAMILIES DISPLACED BY HOMEBUYERS AND OTHER DISASTERS, INSTALLATION OF SMOKE DETECTORS TO PREVENT LOSS OF LIFE AND SUPPORTING MILITARY MEMBERS AND VETERANS ALONG WITH THEIR FAMILIES AND CAREGIVERS TO THE UNIQUE CHALLENGES OF SERVICE USING VITAL SKILLS LIKE FIRST AID AND CPR TO HELP OTHERS SURVIVE MEDICAL EMERGENCIES OR DELIVERING INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN AID AND RECONNECTING LOVE ONCE SEPARATED BY CRISES AROUND THE WORLD WHEREAS THEIR SUPPORT VOLUNTEERISM AND GENEROUS DONATIONS ARE CRITICAL TO OUR COMMUNITY'S RESILIENCE. WE HEREBY RECOGNIZE THE MONTH OF MARCH AND HONOR OF ALL OF THOSE WHO FULFILL THE NOBLE WORDS YOU MUST NEVER THINK OF ANYTHING EXCEPT THE NEED AND HOW TO MEET IT AND ASK EVERYONE TO JOIN IN THIS COMMITMENT.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COMMISSIONERS COURT OF NUECES COUNTY TO HEREBY PROCLAIM MARCH 2023 AS RED CROSS MONTH WE ENCOURAGE ALL CITIZENS OF NUECES COUNTY TO REACH OUT AND SUPPORT HIS HUMANITARIAN MISSION, DULY ADOPTED BY VOTE THE COMMISSIONERS COURT OF NUECES COUNTY TEXAS ON THE 23RD DAY

OF FEBRUARY 2023. >> A MOTION TO PASS.

>> SO MOVE. >> WE HAVE A MOTION DATA SECOND,

ALL THOSE IN FAVOR SAY AYE. >> PLEASE DON'T LEAVE I WANT TO BRING YOU UP HERE THE ONES THAT ARE HERE TO PRESENT YOU WITH AN PROCLAMATION AND YOU HAVE A OPPORTUNITY TO SPEAK.

WE HAVE ONE MORE I WANT TO MENTION THAT BEFORE ANYBODY GOT UP AND WALKED OUT THINKING WE WERE GOING TO DO THAT.

[5. Adopt resolution in support of Texas A&M Corpus Christi's multipurpose venue project and efforts.]

ITEM NUMBER FIVE ADOPTED RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF TEXAS A&M CORPUS CHRISTI MULTIPURPOSE MENU PROJECT AND EFFORTS.

>> IN SUPPORT OF TEXAS A&M CORPUS CHRISTI MULTIPURPOSE VENUE WHERE IS THE COMMUNITY SEEKS FUNDING TO CONSTRUCT A NEW MIDSIZE MULTIPURPOSE VENUE TO SUPPORT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TOURISM AND QUALITY OF PLACE PROVIDING INCREASED EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SUPPORT AND STRENGTHEN EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES. WHEREAS THIS 125,000 SQUARE-FOOT 3500 SEAT VENUE LOCATED ON LAND PROVIDED BY TEXAS A&M CORPUS CHRISTI WILL SERVE AS A CENTER OF EDUCATIONAL ADVANCEMENT FOR UI ALL COMPETITIONS, UNIVERSITY SPEAKER SERIES, STEM CAMPS FOR AREA YOUTH AND A HUB FOR CAMPUS LIFE WITH COMMENCEMENT AND DIVISION I ATHLETICS. THE CORPUS CHRISTI AREA CURRENTLY LACKS A MIDSIZE INDOOR EVENT SPACE SUCH A VENUE WILL BENEFIT THE ENTIRE COASTAL REGION IN THE TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY CORPUS CHRISTI COMMUNITY.

WHEREAS IN 202,052,000,000,000 CAPITAL INVESTMENTS WERE MADE IN THE COASTAL BEND AND EXPAND THE EXISTING WORKFORCE ACCORDING TO THE 2 2022 FACILITIES IN CORPUS CHRISTI ARE LIMITED AND LACK THE REQUIRED NUMBER OF COURTS WHICH SERVES AS AN OBSTACLE TO ESTABLISHING A FACILITIES AS MARKETABLE.

THIS VENUE DIRECTLY ADDRESSES THIS PROGRAM BEING DESIGNATED AS AN NCAA DIVISION I ATHLETICS PROGRAM STUDENT ATHLETES NEED APPROPRIATE SIZED FACILITY THAT CAN ACCOMMODATE MAJOR COLLEGE ATHLETICS EVENTS THE CURRENT FACILITY BEING USED THE AMERICAN BANK CENTER IS LOCATED IN EXCESSIVELY OFF-CAMPUS AND IS NOT SIZED CORRECTLY FOR THIS UTILIZATION.

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THE NEW VENUE AFFORDS THESE K-12 STUDENTS TO ACADEMIC ENGINE ATHLETICS EXPERIENCES THAT BRING THEM TO A CAMPUS FOR ISLANDERS SERVICES FURTHERING THE GOAL TO PURSUE A COLLEGE DEGREE.

WITH 51% CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT AND STUDENTS CONSIDERED AT RISK PROVIDING AS MANY OPPORTUNITIES AS POSSIBLE TO BRING THESE STUDENTS TO THE ONLY DIVERSITY IN COASTAL BEND IS PARAMOUNT CURRENTLY WITHOUT THIS ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITIES ARE LIMITED AND INTERACTIONS WITH THE DIVISION I PROGRAMS A DOWNTOWN AS OPPOSED TO ON CAMPUS.

THIS VENUE EXPANDS PARTNERSHIPS WITH LOCAL SCHOOLS AND ALLOWS FOR NEW INITIATIVES SUCH AS ANNUAL STEM AND SPORTS DAYS AND PROGRAM EMPLOYED IN OTHER COMMUNITIES THAT INTEGRATES THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CURRICULUM IN LOCAL SCHOOLS WITH FIELD DAY EVENTS THAT WOULD BE HELD AT THE UNIVERSITY.

WITH THE COASTAL BEND VULNERABILITY TO HURRICANES, THE UNIVERSITY WILL SEEK TO HAVE THE NEW VENUE DESIGNATED AND DESIGN AS A FEMA DOME FOR USE OF EMERGENCIES.

THE EDITION OF A MIDSIZE VENUE CREATES OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS WITH GROUPS THROUGHOUT THE AREA INCLUDING THE CORPUS CHRISTI ICE RINK SUCH A PARTNERSHIP WOULD SUPPORT TOURISM BY THE REQUIRED HOCKEY RINK FOR TOURNAMENTS AND ALSO BE USED TO SUPPORT YOUTH HOCKEY AND COMMUNITY, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COMMISSIONERS COURT OF NUECES COUNTY THEY SUPPORT TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY CORPUS CHRISTI ON THE OPPORTUNITY FOR A MULTIPLE PURPOSE VENUE.

DULY ADOPTED BY VOTE THE COMMISSIONERS COURT OF NUECES COUNTY ON THIS 23RD DAY OF FEBRUARY 2023RD PERIOD.

>> SO MOVED. >> THE MOTION PASSES.

>> ALL THOSE IN FAVOR SAY AYE. >> AYE.

>> THE MOTION PASSES, COMMISSIONERS AND WE CAN GO DOWN AND WE WILL TAKE SOME PHOTOS. WILL DO MUCH FOR THE VOTE FIRST AND THE RED CROSS PEOPLE ARE HERE AND ANYBODY THAT WANTS TO SPEAK AND SPEAK THEN WE DECIDED WANT TO COME BACK AND FORTH QUITE A BIT. LET'S GO BACK DOWN, ARE YOU

COMING COMMISSIONERS? >> WE THANK YOU FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE HERE, MARCH KICKS OFF WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH AND ARE EVENT NONE OF US WERE THERE IN 1913 WHEN THOUSANDS MARCHED IN WASHINGTON AND WE WANT TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO CREATE AN EVENT THAT REMEMBERS, HONORS AND CELEBRATES THE BRAVE SOULS FOR TAKING ON THE TASK OF PROVIDING THE CORNERSTONE OF DEMOCRACY, THE RIGHT TO VOTE TO ALL WOMEN THAT AFFORDED US THE OPPORTUNITY YEARS LATER WE INVITE THE COMMUNITY TO JOIN US FOR FUN BERGEN HAVE SPEAKERS WE CAN HAVE A MARCH AND A MARKET POP-UP WITH WOMEN'S ENTREPRENEUR SOCIETY AND WE'RE GOING TO HAVE SOME ENTERTAINMENT AND FOOD TRUCKS.

WE INVITE THE COMMUNITY TO JOIN US, IT IS A NONPARTISAN CELEBRATION REMEMBERING AND THINKING THE BRAVE SOULS.

>> GOOD MORNING, EVERYONE WE JUST WANT TO THANK THE

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COMMISSIONERS AND JUDGE CONNIE SCOTT FOR RECOGNIZING THE EFFORTS OF OUR VOLUNTEERS. 90% OF THE MARKET RED CROSS VOLUNTEER WORKFORCES VOLUNTEERS. WE WANT TO THANK YOU FOR ACKNOWLEDGING THE COMMITMENT IN OUR COMMUNITY AND THE MEN AND WOMEN THAT YOU SEE STANDING BEFORE YOU ARE AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT WE DO DAY IN AND DAY OUT, THAT IS RESPONDING TO EMERGENCIES IN OUR COMMUNITIES AMERICAN RED CROSS CURRENTLY IS RESPONDING TO OVER 60000 EMERGENCIES EVERY YEAR.

WE THANK YOU ALL FOR SUPPORTING US, WE ARE CURRENTLY ACTIVELY PREPARING FOR THE NEXT STORM SEASON AND RESPONDED EMERGENCY DAILY IN YOUR COMMUNITY. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ALL THAT

YOU DO. >> WE HAVE ANYONE HEAR FROM A&M.

>> CAN YOU ALL HEAR ME OKAY, I HAVE AN ISSUE WITH MY HEIGHT, REMEMBER. OF COURSE TEXAS INDEPENDENCE IS DEAR TO MANY HEARTS OF TEXANS AND WOULD-BE TEXANS AND OF COURSE THE OTHERS GOT HERE AS SOON AS THEY COULD.

BUT WE HAVE A SPECIAL EVENT ON MARCH THE SECOND AT THE COUNTY COURTHOUSE IN THE CENTRAL JURY ROOM.

1:00 O'CLOCK AND WE'RE GOING TO CALL IT THE TOES TO TEXAS AND WE HAVE A PROGRAM BY WHICH WE CELEBRATE THE WRITING OF THE TEXAS INDEPENDENCE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, COURSE THAT MEANS WE HAD TO GO OUT AND WHEN IT.

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MARY HELEN. >> CORPUS CHRISTI REPUBLIC OF TEXAS I THANK YOU. AND WE WILL BE HERE MA MARCH 2:11 O'CLOCK. I HOPE YOU ALL WILL JOIN US

CENTRAL JURY ROOM FIRST FLOOR. >> THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

THANK YOU FOR WHAT YOU DO. I'M GOING TO JUMP AHEAD ONE ITEM THREE A4 AND WE HAVE SOME DEPUTIES THAT NEED TO GET BACK TO WORK AND I APPRECIATE YOU BEING HERE THIS MORNING TO DISCUSS AND CONSIDER THE IMPORTANT OF NUECES COUNTY CONSTABLE PRECINCT FOR DEPUTY CHRISTOPHERS TO THE NUECES COUNTY ON THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE FORMER CONSTABLE BOBBY SHERWOOD AND PURSUANT TO SECTION 87-POINT 0 41 OF THE TEXAS LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE AND RELATED MATTERS. I WILL MAKE THIS MOTION, I WOULD LIKE -- I'M SORRY. WE HAVE A MOTION IN THE SECOND.

>> I THOUGHT WE ALREADY HAD T THAT.

[3. Discuss and consider acceptance of the resignation of Robert "Bobby" Sherwood, Nueces County Constable Precinct 4, pursuant to Section 201.001(a) of the Texas Election Code.]

>> LET'S DO ITEM THREE AND THEN WE WILL DO THIS.

BOBBY, YOU LEFT WE THOUGHT YOU WERE GONE.

DISCUSS AND CONSIDER THE ACCEPTANCE OF THE RESIGNATION OF ROBERT BOBBY SHERWOOD AT NUECES COUNTY CONSTABLE NOTION PRECINCT COUNTY FOUR. SECTION TWO 0 ONE.0 0 ONE OF THE TEXAS ELECTION CODE AND WE ARE SAD TO SEE YOU GO BUT WE GREATLY APPRECIATE YOUR 44 YEARS OF SERVICE SO I NEED A MOTION.

>> WE HAVE A MOTION IN THE SECOND TO APPROVE AND ACCEPT HIS

RESIGNATION, BRENT CHESNEY. >> OBVIOUSLY THIS IS A MOTION THAT I NEVER HOPED WE WOULD BE DISCUSSING AND CERTAINLY SAID WHAT I NEEDED TO SAY ABOUT BOBBY LAST WEEK AND HE KNOWS HOW MUCH HE'S MEANT TO ME PERSONALLY AND PROFESSIONALLY BUT BEGRUDGINGLY VOTE FOR THIS MOTION TODAY BECAUSE CERTAINLY NO MATTER WHO TAKES HIS PLACE THERE WILL BE NO ONE WHO CAN TAKE HIS PLACE.

THANK YOU BOBBY FOR EVERYTHING THAT YOU'VE DONE AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR FAMILY FOR THE SACRIFICE YOU MADE AND I REITERATE EVERYTHING THAT I SAID LAST WEEK.

I DIDN'T WANT TO BLOW THROUGH THE MOTION AND MAKE IT SOUND AS THOUGH WE WERE ACCEPTING IT EASILY BECAUSE THAT'S NOT THE CASE AT ALL HE DONE A PHENOMENAL JOB AND WE APPRECIATE EVERYTHING. THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH.

>> THANK YOU. >> ANY OTHER DISCUSSION? WE HAVE A MOTION AND THE SECOND, ALL THOSE IN FAVOR SAY AYE.

>> AYE. >> ANY OPPOSE?

[4. Discuss and consider appointment of Nueces County Constable Precinct 4 Deputy Christopher Stimson to Nueces County Constable Precinct 4, on recommendation of former Constable Precinct 4 Robert "Bobby" Sherwood, and pursuant to Section 87.041 of the Texas Local Government Code; establishing an effective date; and related matters.]

NONE THE MOTION PASSES. THANK YOU VERY MUCH AGAIN.

ITEM FOUR DISCUSSING CONSIDER APPOINTMENT OF NUECES PRECINCT FOR DEPUTY CHRISTOPHER STIMSON TO NUECES COUNTY CONSTABLE PRECINCT ON THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE ALMOST FORMER CONSTABLE, FIVE MORE DAYS AND PURSUANT TO SECTION 87.0 41 THE LOCAL TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE WHICH RIGHT NOW WE ARE ASSUMING WOULD BE MARCH 1 OR UPON WHEN THE BOND AND EVERYTHING WOULD BE COMPLETED FOR THIS APPOINTMENT.

I WANT TO MAKE THE MOTION TO APPOINT CONSTABLE CHRISTOPHER STIMSON TO BE THE PRECINCT FOR CONSTABLE AND REPLACEMENT.

>> SECOND. >> WE HAVE A MOTION AND THE SECOND. IS THERE ANY OTHER DISCUSSION?

>> I HAVE SOME DISCUSSION TO SUGGEST.

>> THE CHIEF DEPUTIES RESIGNATION FROM CONSTABLE SHERWOOD NEEDS A LOT AND I WOULD LIKE TO GO THROUGH AND PROCESS THIS WITH THIS. I RECOGNIZE AS A FORMAL PROCESS BUT I KNOW AND I WANT TO MAKE SURE IS THIS THE STANDARD WE'RE GOING TO FALL FROM NOW ON I KNOW THE LAST TIME WE HAD A VACANCY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT I BELIEVE SHERIFF WAS RESIGNING AND WE WENT THROUGH VERY OPEN AND VERY TRANSPARENT PROCESS WHERE WE DID THE INTERVIEWS PUBLICLY SO I WOULD LIKE TO KEEP WITH THAT.

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>> AND THE REST ON THIS I WANT CLARIFICATION THIS IS THE PROCESS WE WILL FOLLOW FOR ANY FUTURE FOR COMMISSIONERS FOR AN

ELECTIVE. >> MY PROBLEM AND THE REASON I CHOSE TO GO THIS WAY COMMISSIONER IS BECAUSE EACH POSITION IS DIFFERENT, EVERY VACANCY IS DIFFERENT.

I UNDERSTAND WHEN THE SHERIFF CAME IN THAT IS THE WAY BUT WE WENT OUTSIDE THE SHERIFF WAS SITTING IN THEIR UNTIL HIS REPLACEMENT CAME. I UNDERSTAND BOBBY IS HERE TODAY BUT CONSTABLE SHERWOOD HAS BEEN OUT QUITE A BIT AND THAT'S A REASON HE RESIGNED WITH HIS WIFE'S HEALTH ISSUES AND THINGS.

WE ALL KNOW IN OUR JOBS AND OUR BUSINESS WE ARE OUT ONE EMPLOYEE IN THE COURT MANAGER'S OFFICE. WE ARE OUT 13 PROSECUTORS IN THE DAS OFFICE. WE ARE OUT 86 DEPUTIES IN THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE. YOU KNOW WHEN PEOPLE ARE OUT IT IS THE PEOPLE THAT ARE THERE THE STEP UP TO THE PLATE AND DO THE JOB. I CALLED AROUND TO BUY BOTH OF THESE GENTLEMEN I KNOW WHO YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT HIGHLY QUALIFIED AND VERY WELL CAPABLE OF DOING THIS JOB.

THIS YOUNG MAN WHO'S DONE DOING THE JOB AND I DID THE TITLE AND HELPING OUT. THE DIFFERENCE IN THAT TIME AND THIS TIME IS A TOTAL DIFFERENT SCENARIO AND THAT'S THE REASON I TALKED TO THE ATTORNEYS AND THEY SAID THERE IS NOT A POLICY IS HOW IT FITS THE SITUATION. TO ME THIS FIT THE SITUATION BETTER AND IS THE REASON I CHOSE TO GO THIS ROUTE.

>> ALSO AT THAT TIME WE WENT OUTSIDE BECAUSE THERE WAS NOBODY RECOMMENDED WITH SHERIFF KAELIN AND THERE WAS NO INDICATION THAT THEY WANTED TO MOVE UP AT THE DECISION OF SHERIFF WE HAD TO GO OUTSIDE AND BEING THAT NOBODY WAS FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF YOURSELF WAS ACTING LIKE THAT AND NOTHING WE HAVE A POLICY WE HAD TO STICK TO ONE WAY OF DOING ALL THE TIME.

IT DEPENDS ON THE SITUATION AND WHAT HAPPENS.

A DIRTY HELPER FOR A YEAR AND I REALLY RESPECT THE RECOMMENDATION OR THE CONSTABLE FOR MAKING THE RECOMMENDATION.

IT IF ANYBODY KNOWS IS HE. I THINK THIS IS TWO SCENARIOS HERE THAT ARE TOTALLY DIFFERENT. ALL I AGREE MAYBE WE SHOULD GO OUTSIDE BUT WE NEED TO LOOK AT THE SITUATION AND THE SITUATION DOES NOT APPEAR TO THE ONE THAT WE HAD WITH THE SHERIFF.

>> ALSO THIS DECISION IS JUST FOR ONE YEAR, YOU HAVE TO RUN

AGAIN? >> A LITTLE OVER ONE YEAR.

YES. >> A TERM ONLY.

>> IS FINISHING THE TERM. >> WE HAVE A MOTION IN THE SECOND, IS THERE ANY OTHER DISCUSSION.

ALL THOSE IN FAVOR SAY AYE. >> AYE.

>> ANY OPPOSE, SAME SIGN. >> THE MOTION PASSES 4 - ONE,

CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU. >> YOU HAVE SOME BIG SHOES TO

FILL, THANK YOU FOR STEPPING ON. >> I DON'T WANT TO TAKE UP TOO

MUCH TIME. >> TO JUDGE SCOTT AND THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I WANT TO SAY THANK YOU FOR THE CONSTABLE SHERWOOD. THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING YOU'VE DONE TO PREPARE ME FOR THIS DAY I APPRECIATE YOUR GUIDANCE AND MENTORSHIP THROUGH THE YEARS, 44 YEARS OF BUILDING A LEGACY OBVIOUSLY BIG SHOES TO FILL BUT I FEEL I'M UP TO THE TASK INTO THE PEOPLE OF PADRE ISLAND, ALTHOUGH I WAS APPOINTED IN THIS POSITION TODAY I INTEND TO DO EVERYTHING IN MY POWER TO EARN YOUR VOTE OF CONFIDENCE ALSO. AGAIN TO JUDGE SCOTT AND THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I APPRECIATE YOU APPOINTING ME AND I HOPE MY ACTIONS MOVING FORWARD WILL MAKE YOU PROUD OF YOUR

DECISION TODAY. >> WE ARE GOING BACK TO G ON

[G. PUBLIC COMMENT: This section provides the public the opportunity to address the Commissioners Court on any issues within its jurisdiction. The Commissioners Court may not take formal action on any requests made during the Public Comment period which are not on the Agenda, but can refer such requests to County staff for review if appropriate.]

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PUBLIC COMMENT IF I GET THE L LIST.

>> WE WILL LET THEM GET ON CLOSED DOORS.

>> THE FIRST PERSON SIGNED UP IS IN HELLCAT HERNANDEZ.

>> GOOD MORNING COMMISSIONERS, JUDGE SCOTT AND I SIGNED UP TO SPEAK WITH REGARD TO REGULAR AGENDA ITEM A TO.

I DON'T KNOW IF ANY ACTION THE COURT MAY TAKE TODAY WITH REGARD TO THE REQUEST FOR SUPPORT FOR THE CREATION OF TWO NEW WITHIN NUECES COUNTY BUT I FELT COMPELLED TO COME HERE TODAY INTO SPEAK VERY BRIEFLY. RIGHT NOW OUR CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM AND NUECES COUNTY IS ALREADY OVERWHELMED AND VERY BURDEN. THE SUCCESS OF DISTRICT COURTS IS NOT DONE IN A VACUUM CALL. IT ABSOLUTELY RELIES ON COLLABORATION WITH THE NUECES COUNTY DISTRICT CLERK'S OFFICE, THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE, ALL OF THE DEFENSE ATTORNEYS, WHETHER APPOINTED OR RETAINED OUR NEWLY CREATED PUBLIC DEFENDER'S OFFICE, THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT, THE DEPUTIES THAT ARE TASKED WITH TRANSPORTING INMATES FROM THE JAIL AND KEEPING ORDER, THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT, THE IT DEPARTMENT THAT DEALS WITH THE ODYSSEY SYSTEM.

I THINK THIS IS THE FIRST TIME THAT I HEARD THIS IS BEING CONSIDERED WHEN I SAW IT ON THE AGENDA.

I THINK THE LACK OF COLLABORATION WITH ALL THE ENTITIES THAT WILL BE AFFECTED BETTER OVERBURDEN THE DISTRICT CLERK'S OFFICE IS LACKING FULL-TIME CRIMINAL CLERKS.

THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT WILL NEED ADDITIONAL EMPLOYEES, THE IT DEPARTMENT WILL BE TASKED WITH CREATING TO THE ODYSSEY SYSTEM THAT WILL COST US COUNTY HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS TO BUILD OUT TO NEW SIDES FOR TWO NEW DISTRICT COURTS.

OUR OFFICE WHICH IS 13 PROSECUTORS DOWN RIGHT NOW, THE COURT APPOINTMENT IS THE SMALLEST IT'S EVER BEEN ALL THE DEFENSE ATTORNEYS ARE GETTING OFF BECAUSE OF NOT GETTING PAID ENOUGH MONEY. YOU HAVE THE SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT WHICH IS DOWN ANYWHERE FROM 80 N OVERBURDEN THEM CONSIDERING THE CREATION OF DISTRICT COURTS, YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT A FISCAL HIT TO NUECES COUNTY EACH DISTRICT COURT AVERAGES A 600,000-DOLLAR BUDGET SO TO CREATE TWO NEW WINTER JACKET ABOUT 1.2 MILLION YOU HAVE TO FIND HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS FOR THE ODYSSEY SYSTEM AND YOU SUPPLEMENT DISTRICT JUDGES WITH AN $18000 SUPPLEMENT IN THE JUVENILE BOARD AND THE EXTRAJUDICIAL.

I GUESS MY POINT IS IF YOU'RE LOOKING TO SPEND $2 MILLION THEN OPEN IT UP TO OTHER ASPECTS OF NUECES COUNTY THAT CAN USE IT MUCH MORE. I DON'T BELIEVE OUR CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM AND WILL SURVIVE AN ADDITIONAL TWO DISTRICT COURTS. I ASK YOU TO REALLY THINK ABOUT HERSELF HALF AND DISCUSSION BEFORE YOU MAKE ANY DECISION ON

THAT. >> THANK YOU, WE ARE GOING TO

TABLE IT. >> MARK DELANEY.

>> 105 CHINA BEACH AND THERE ARE A COUPLE OF ITEMS COMING UP ON YOUR AGENDA AND BUILDING PERMITS, LOT 73, LOT FIVE IN 103 BACKSIDE I WOULD LIKE TO REQUEST ON LAW FIVE AND 113 NOT REQUIRE PERMEABLE PAVERS. ANYWAY THAT IS MY MAIN FOCUS HERE, REAL QUICK I LIVE OUT THERE AND I BUILD IN THE CONTENT AND ON THE ISLAND. 95% OF THE LOTS ARE COMPLETELY FLAT, THE TWO LOTS HAVE GONE TO YOU AND THEY SHOULDN'T BE IN YOUR COURT BECAUSE A COMPLETELY FLAT IN BUILDERS ASSOCIATION BEFORE WE REQUIRE PERMEABLE PAVERS WE NEED TO TALK TO THE BUILDERS ASSOCIATION WHICH HAS IT BEEN IN THE ROOM YET NUECES

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COUNTY WATER IN THE HOA'S. ON THOSE TWO, LOT 73 IS IN THE LINE OF VEGETATION IN IT WILL REQUIRE 350-FOOT LINE OF VEGETATION IT WILL REQUIRE PERMEABLE LABORS.

>> CAN I INTERRUPT I REALLY NEED HIM TO STICK AROUND FOR THE AGENDA ITEMS I DON'T WANT TO CUT OFF BUT I HOPE HE'LL STAY FOR THE AGENDA ITEMS SO WE CAN ADDRESS THIS IN PUBLIC, PRE-I KNOW IT'S NOT PUBLIC COMMENT BUT ARE YOU PLANNING ON BEING HERE

FOR THE AGENDA ITEMS? >> I DON'T PLAN ON BEING HERE

BUT I STAY. >> I CAN'T ASK YOU QUESTIONS BECAUSE THE PUBLIC, AND I NEED TO.

I JUST NEED TO MAKE SURE IF YOU WANT TO STAY I MAY NEED SOME HELP LATER FROM 70. AND AGAIN, A CUT OF HIS TIME, IF

YOU CAN START HIS TIME OVER. >> IS A TRICKY SITUATION.

THERE HASN'T BEEN A PROBLEM WITH THE WATER PERMEABLE PAVERS.

THE WAY THE WATER FLOWS ON THE ISLAND EACH ONE OF THE SUBDIVISIONS HAS A LITTLE POND SO IT GOES FROM THE HOUSE TO THE STREET TO THE POND IN IT SEEPS AND WHEN THE PONDS OVERFLOW THAT GOES TO THE CUL-DE-SACS ALONG 361 AND THEN WE HAVE A TREMENDOUS RAIN IT SEEPS AND FLOWS ALL THE WAY OUT TO THE OCEAN IN THE BAY SO THE PAVERS ARE NECESSARY IF THERE WAS A PROBLEM I LIVE OUT THERE AND IF OTHER PEOPLE ARE PAYING FOR A PROBLEM TO BE FIXED PLUS I AM A BUILDER IT MAKES MY BUILDS MORE EXPENSIVE, I WORK OFF A COST PLUS I MAKE MORE MONEY AND IF THERE IS A PROBLEM I WOULD WANT IT FIXED AND THERE IS NOT A PROBLEM WITH THE PERMEABLE PAVERS SURFACE IN THE WAY THE SURFACE RUNOFF WORKS. ANYWAY THAT TO SAY THERE'S JUST NOT A PROBLEM, I CAN WAIT BUT WE HAVE A PROBLEM TO ITEMS THE WATER PAVERS GOT PUT ON HERE AND IF IT'S BOTHERING YOU GUYS IT SHOULD BE SOLVED AWAY FROM YOUR OFFICE AND BROUGHT TO YOU IF IT'S GOING TO IN THE PERMIT PROCESS IS TAKEN TOO MUCH LONG I GOT PERMITS THAT ARE WITHIN THE PERMIT PROCESS THAT ARE TAKEN UP TO 200 DAYS AND IT IS HARD THEY SHOULD NOT TAKE THAT LONG IT'S VERY SIMPLE THERE'S ONLY TWO QUESTIONS THAT ARE COMPLETELY FLAT LOTS. SOME OF THESE ITEMS NEED TO GO BEFORE YOU THERE IS 73 WHICH IS GOING TO BE CLOSE TO THE LINE OF VEGETATION I'M GOING TO EXPAND MY HOUSE PRETTY CLOSE AS SOON AS WE ESTABLISH A LINE OF VEGETATION AND WE WILL PROBABLY NEED TO TALK WITH MY HOUSE WITHIN A YEAR TIME SO THE ONES RIGHT ACROSS THE DEW LINE WILL NEED SOME, BUT 95% OF ALL THESE PERMITS ARE BACKUP COMPLETELY FLAT.

AREAS AND SHOULD BE MOVED THROUGH MUCH QUICKER AND NOT

TAKE UP YOUR TIME. >> THANK YOU.

LIZ MILLER. >> DO I NEED TO GET MY ADDRESS

AGAIN SINCERITY WROTE IT DOWN? >> LIZ MILLER 5139 TOMAHAWK ROB STILL AND I WANT TO TALK REGULAR AGENDA 13 AND 14 THAT WILL BE ADVISORY BOARDS I KNOW YOU ALL HAVE A LOT AND 14 IS FUNDING INDEPENDENT ANALYSIS AND I JUST WANTED TO REINTRODUCE YOU TO SOME OF THE DATA THAT YOU HAVE IN THERE SO MANY NEW FACES OVER THE LAST TWO AND HALF YEARS IT JUST MAY NOT BUT HAS A LOT OF INFORMATION. IN SHELTER PLANNERS FIELD ASSESSMENT STUDY I DON'T KNOW HOW FAMILIAR YOU ARE WITH IT BUT WE DO SPEND $4.2 MILLION ON THESE GUYS SO THEY SEEM PRETTY SMART AND ARCHITECT FOR A SHELTER PLANNER IS ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER AND WAS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR DIFFERENT SHELTERS FOR 11 YEARS HUMANE AND MUNICIPAL.

IN THE OPERATION CONSULTANT WHICH HE COULD BE HIS OWN OPERATIONS CONSULTANT HONESTLY BY HIS OPERATION CONSULTANT HAS 30 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AND AS A LOBBYIST, VERY COOL.

THAT IS 41 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE BETWEEN THE TWO AND IN THE FIELD

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ASSESSMENT STUDY THAT WE WERE PAID FOR THEY GIVE YOU 14 KEY COMPONENTS FOR SUCCESSFUL OPERATIONS.

IN THE ONLY TWO WE HAVE HIT IS A $4.2 MILLION IN CONSTRUCTION AND THE REST HAVE NEVER BEEN ADDRESSED.

SO OF THE 14 KEY 11 OUR CURRENT OPERATION AND THREE ARE PREVENTATIVE. SO OF THE 11 YOU VISIBLE SHELTER LOCATION WHICH CONSTRUCTION HIT, VISIBILITY OF ALL ANIMALS, WE COULD HAVE A DIGITAL STOREFRONT TO A HALF YEARS AGO, WEEKEND AND EVENING HOURS, WEBSITE PET LISTING ATTRACTIVE WELCOMING SHELTER VISIT WITH CONSTRUCTION WELL GROOMED ANIMALS.

IMMEDIATE PROMOTION, SPECIAL EVENTS AND STRONG RESCUE PARTNERSHIPS THE THREE PREVENTATIVE AND ONE TOGGLES BETWEEN THE TWO LIST THREE PREVENTATIVE ARE LOW COST AND SUBSIDIZED SPACE NEUTER, PUBLIC EDUCATION THAT HAS BOTH LIST AND THAT IS FREE. ANYWAY THAT SPECIFICALLY PAGES SIX AND EIGHT OF THE FIELD ASSESSMENT STUDY THAT IS TWO AND A HALF YEARS OLD. I'M KIND OF JUMPING PAGES HERE BUT JJ AND LOUIS RAY HAVE MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF DATA ON THE NUECES CODE AND THEY HAVE A FACEBOOK PAGE AND IT SHOULD BE FEASIBLE FOR ANIMAL SERVICES TO DO THE SAME THING.

IN THE ADVISORY BOARD SHOULD BEEN USING THIS AS A SHOPPING LIST IN MY OPINION I JUST WANTED YOU TO GO BACK TO THE DATA YOU ALREADY PAID FOR. THANK YOU.

>> IS THERE ANY OTHER PUBLIC COMMENT THAT ANYBODY DIDN'T HAVE

A CHANCE TO SIGN UP FOR. >> I HAVE ONE ITEM I WANT TO TABLE 382 AND ASK IF YOU HAVE ANY OTHER ONES THAT YOU WANT TO

TABLE, ANYBODY ELSE? >> YES, MA'AM I DO.

>> THREE A1. >> ONE AND TWO.

>> THEY ARE SEPARATE, THEY ARE TOTALLY SEPARATE.

>> BUT SEE, HOLD ON. NUMBER 14 SHOULD NOT HAVE GOTTEN

ON. >> 14 YOU WANT TABLE?

>> YES, MA'AM. >> 13 WAS FOR INFORMATION AND WILL SEE HOW THAT GOES BUT THAT WAS MORE FOR INFORMATION THAT 14

FOR SURE. >> OKAY, DO WE HAVE TO VOTE ON

THAT? >> TABLE 3A2 AND 3A14 AND 3A1.

>> 3A1 IS NOT VERY CLEAR WHAT IT IS ABOUT, IS THERE A BACKUP ON THAT? IS IT TO COURT?

>> IS NOT PART OF THE TWO COURTS IS A DIFFERENT INDEPENDENT ST

STUDY. >> SO JUST LEAVE TO ON THEIR.

>> JUST LEAVE TO? OKAY, NOT DO ONE?

NO. >> TO WANTED A TIME, HOWEVER,

YOU WANT TO DO THEM. >> 3A2 0 MAKE THE MOTION TO TABLE INDEFINITELY, OF A SECOND, MOTION AND THE SECOND, ALL THOSE IN FAVOR SAY AYE. ANY OPPOSED SAME SIGN.

3A14, YOU MAKE IN THE MOTION TO TABLE 3A 14.

>> YES MAN. HIS ACCOUNTING MANAGER THERE, I CANNOT SEE. I NEED SOME DIRECTION FROM HER THIS IS ONE THAT SHE WAS SUPPOSED TO PROVIDE INFORMATION AND I DON'T THINK THAT INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE BUT I NEED TO KNOW WHEN IT'S GOING TO BE AVAILABLE WE ASSIGNED IT TO A

LONG TIME AGO. >> THIS IS GOING TO BE READY, I'M EXPECTED TO HAVE THAT BY THE SECOND MEETING OF NEXT MONTH

COMMISSIONER. >> THEN MY MOTION WILL BE TABLE TO THE SECOND MEETING OF NEXT MONTH WITH ACCOUNTING MANAGER TO PROVIDE THE BACKUP IN THE AGENDA FOR THAT NOT IN MY OFFICE.

THAT WOULD BE MY MOTION. >> SECOND.

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>> WE HAVE A MOTION IN THE SECOND, ALL THOSE IN FAVOR SAY

AYE. >> AYE.

>> ARE YOU GOING TO LEAVE 13 ON THERE?

>> TABLE 13 TO OR LEAVE IT ON? >> LET'S JUST DO 13 AT THE SAME TIME WE DO 14 BECAUSE IT ALL KIND OF RUNS TOGETHER SO I WOULD MAKE A MOTION TO TABLE 13 TO THE SECOND MEETING IN MARCH ALSO.

>> WE HAVE A MOTION IN THE SECOND, ALL THOSE IN FAVOR SAY

AYE AYE. >> ANY OPPOSED, SAME SIGN.

[2. CONSENT AGENDA: The following Agenda Items are of a routine nature, and the Commissioners Court has received supporting materials for consideration. All of these Agenda Items will be passed with one vote without being discussed separately, unless a member of the Commissioners Court or the public requests that a particular Agenda Item be discussed. If so, that Agenda Item will be pulled from the Consent Agenda and discussed as part of the regular Agenda at the appropriate time. One vote will approve the remaining items on the Consent Agenda.]

THE MOTION PASSES. MOVING ON TO G TO THE CONSENT

AGENDA. >> JUDGE I WOULD MAKE A MOTION TO PASS THE CONSENT AGENDA UNLESS THERE ARE SOME THAT NEED

TO BE PULLED. >> I WANT TO PULL SEE.

>> ANY OTHER ITEMS OUT OF THE CONSENT AGENDA?