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Lamar County Commissioners Court Agenda 07.27.20

  1. Pledge of Allegiance to the U.S. Flag and the Texas Flag. — Brandon Bell, Lamar County Judge

PUBLIC HEARING-

  1. Lamar County Commissioners’ Court will hold a public hearing to discuss creating and designating a Reinvestment Zone (or Zones) under the County’s Guidelines and Criteria under the Property Redevelopment and Tax Abatement Act, Chapter 312 of the Texas Tax Code. The potential Reinvestment Zone will be known as ‘Talis Fann Solar Reinvestment Zone # I “, and proposed to provide economic development within Lamar County. — Troy Reed and Evan Hom, w/Emst & Young, LLP., (representing Samsung Solar Energy 2, LLC); Don Biard, McLaughlin, Hutchison & Biard, LLP; Brandon Bell, Lamar County Judge
  2. Close Public Hearing.

PUBLIC HEARING-

  1. Lamar County Commissioners’ Court will hold a public hearing to discuss potential Economic Incentive Development Agreement between Paris Farm Solar, LLC, and Lamar County. It is under the County’s Guidelines and Criteria under the property redevelopment and Tax Abatement, Chapter 312 of the Texas Tax Code. – Troy Reed and Evan Hom, w/Ernst & Young, LLP., (representing Samsung Solar Energ7 2, LLC); Don Biard, McLaughlin, Hutchison & Biard, LLP; Brmdon Bell, Lamar County Judge
  2. Close Public Hearing.

July 27, 2020

  1. by Lamar County Commissioners’ Court to consider and take possible action to create Paris Fann Reinvestment Zone #1 under the County’s Guidelines and Criteria under the Property Redevelopment and Tax Abatement Act, Chapter 312 of the Texas Tax Code. – Troy Reed and Evan Hom, w/Emst & Young, LLP., (representing Samsung Solar Energy 2, LLC); Don Biard, McLaughlin, Hutchison & Biard, LLP; Brandon Bell, Lamar County Judge
  2. Discussion and action by Lamar County Commissioners’ Couttto consider approving Paris Farm Solar, LLC, and Lamar County’s Economic Incentive Development Agreement under the County’s Guidelines and Criteria under the Property Redevelopment and Tax Abatement Act, Chapter 312 of the Texas Tax Code. – Troy Reed and Evan Hom, w/Ernst &

Young, LLP., (representing Samsung Solar Energy 2, LLC); Don Biard, McLaughlin,

Hutchison & Biard, LLP; Brandon Bell, Lamar County Judge

PUBLIC HEARING-

Lamar County Commissioners’ Court will hold a public hearing to consider issuing a traffic regulation under Chapter 251 of the Texas Transportation Code. Under discussion, the specific regulation is installing a “no thnl (sic) trucks” sign in Precinct Three area on County Roads 33500, 33100, 35610, 34500 North, and 34500 South. — Ronnie Bass, Precinct Three Commissioner

  1. Discussion and action regarding Lamar County Commissioners’ Court to consider and approve installing a “no thru trucks” sign in Precinct Three area on County Roads 33500, 33100, 35610, 34500 Nord, and 34500 South. —Ronnie Bass, Precinct Three Commissioner
  2. Discussion and action regarding Lamar County Commissioners’ Court are assessing, or not assessing, optional local fees and free manual automobile regulatory fees. The optional fees to be considered are (1) County Road and Bridge Fee; (2) Child Safety Fee; and (3) Transportation Project (Mobility) Fee. — Haskell Maroney, Lamar County Tax Assessor-Collectors of the County Commissioner’s

July 27, 2020

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  1. By Lamar County Commissioners’ Court to received an executed copy of the “Space License Agreement” between Lamar County and the American Red Cross for space in a County building. Commissioners’ Court approved this agreement on July 19, 2020. —Brandon Bell, Lamar County Judge
  2. Discussion and action by the Lamar County Commissioners’ Court receiving an update and status report on repairs, and needed repairs, in the Courthouse and other County property. The item contemplates Lamar County Commissioners’ taking reasonable action to repair and maintain County property. — Keny Washington, Maintenance/Building Superintendent; Brandon Bell, Lamar County Judge
  3. Discussion and action by Lamar County Commissioners’ Court regarding line-item transfers for various offices. — Kayla Hall, Lamar County Auditor
  4. BUDGET WORKSHOPS — public hearings and discussions regarding 2020-2021 Lamar County budgets. — Brandon Bell, Lamar County Judge
  5. Review and action regarding Lamar County Commissioners’ Court to vote on the Order for Salary and Allowances of Elected Officials for the fiscal year 2020-2021. — Kayla Hall, Lamar County Auditor
  6. Discussion and action by Lamar County Commissioners’ Coun to review and possibly make changes as necessary to the base salaries for county positions approved by Commissioners’ Court. The Court will be implementing new guidelines for setting salaries upon hiring also. — Brandon Bell, Lamar County Judge