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					               GRAYSON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE SERVICES
                                  86 DYESS
                            DENISON, TEXAS 75020
                                (903)786-6326


Monday, July 06, 2009


A meeting of the Juvenile Board of Grayson County will be held on Wednesday, July 8 at 12:00 pm
(lunch will be provided) at the Grayson County Justice Center, 2nd Floor Conference Room, 200 S.
Crockett, Sherman, Texas.


                                           AGENDA


   I.          Call to Order and Declaration of Quorum

   II.         Approval of June 3, 2009 Minutes

   III.        Action Items

          A.      Review and Approve June 2009 bills
          B.      Review and Approve land lease with Grayson County Airport
          C.      Review and Approve construction contract with Plyler Construction Company
          D.      Review and Approve rates for pre and post–adjudication facilities
          E.      Review and Approve Amend FY2009 Salary Order

   IV.            Adjourn into closed Executive Session to discuss personnel issue pursuant to
               Texas Government Code 551.074.
             Grayson County Juvenile Board Meeting
             July 8, 2009




                                 Call to Order


                          Rim Nall, Chairman         _____


                          Jim Fallon                 _____


                          Lauri Blake                _____


                          Brian Gary                 _____


                          Drue Bynum                 _____



The meeting was called to order at _________ by _____________________.



CHAIRMAN:           I call this meeting of the Grayson County Juvenile Board to
order. Let the record show that a quorum of board members is present, that this
meeting has been duly called, and that notice of this meeting has been posted in
accordance with the Texas Open Meetings, Texas Government Code.
                      Grayson County Juvenile Board
                              Agenda Item



AGENDA ITEM NO.                  II      DATE:            July 8, 2009

SUBJECT:   Approval of Minutes           RELATED PAGES:

                                         PRESENTED BY: Bill Bristow




                                      ACTION



1.   BACKGROUND INFORMATION

     The minutes of the June 3, 2009 as presented.

2.   ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION

     It is recommended that the minutes be approved as presented.

3.   BOARD ACTION REQUESTED

     A motion to approve minutes as presented is requested.



     MOTION __________________                 SECOND __________________


     For _______________________               Against ____________________
             GRAYSON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE SERVICES
                                86 DYESS
                          DENISON, TEXAS 75020
                              (903)786-6326


A meeting of the Juvenile Board of Grayson County was held on Wednesday, June 3, 2009 at 12:04
pm in the Grayson County Justice Center, Second Floor, Attorney Conference Room, 200 S.
Crockett, Sherman, Texas.


                                        MINUTES


      I.       Call to Order and Declaration of Quorum

               Rim Nall, Chairman declared a quorum was present on June 3, 2009 at 12:04
               pm. Members present:

                                           Honorable Rim Nall
                                          Honorable Jim Fallon
                                          Honorable Brian Gary
                                         Honorable Lauri Blake
                                         Honorable Drue Bynum
                                            Bill Bristow, Staff


      II.      Approval of May 6, 2009 Minutes

               Minutes were reviewed. Motion made by Judge Blake and second by Judge
               Gary to approve minutes. Motion carried.

      III.     Action Items

      A.       Review Expenditures for May 2009

               The Board reviewed the expenditures for May 2009. Motion made by Judge Blake
               and second by Judge Gary to approve expenditures. Discussion ensued. Motion
               carried 4-0. (Judge Fallon had not entered the meeting.)




      B.       Consider and approve multi-purpose area contract

               Bill Bristow reviewed the final bids with the Board for an indoor multi-purpose
               facility. Discussion ensued. Judge Gary moved that the two lowest bids be
               reviewed by the architect, purchasing agent and director, assuring that all
               compliances with required bid practices are met; Judge Nall is approved to enter
               into contract with the lowest bidder. Second by Judge Fallon. Motion carried.
C.   Review and approval of FY 2010 General Fund budget

     Bill Bristow presented the FY 2010 Juvenile Department General Fund Budget
     request. Judge Blake moved that the General Fund Budget be adopted in the
     amount of $1,233,660. Judge Gary seconded the motion. Discussion ensued.
      For: Judge Nall, Judge Fallon, Judge Blake and Judge Gary. Against:
     Judge Bynum

D.   Approve Divert Court and designate a Court as appropriate

     Judge Gary and Bill Bristow presented the Juvenile Divert Court concept to the
     board. Judge Blake moved the Divert Court be approved and assigned to the
     397th District Court, Judge Brian Gary presiding. Second by Judge Nall.
     Judge Bynum requested that a clear set of financial costs be determined
     throughout the establishment of Divert Court. This should include the cost of
     auxiliary staff. Motion carried 4-0. (Judge Bynum had stepped out of the
     meeting)

E.   Review Juvenile Appointment Wheel

     Bill Bristow provided the juvenile board the appointed attorney wheel of all
     attorneys’s meeting the required continuing education training to serve as
     indigent council. Motion made by Judge Blake to table acceptance of list.
     Second by Judge Bynum. Motion carried.

F.   Discussion on construction of single cell room addition for post-adjudication
     facility.

     Bill Bristow presented preliminary plans and budget for the addition of 20-beds
     to the post-adjudication facility. Judge Blake moved that we move forward with
     the plans to add the beds to the post-adjudication facility. Second by Judge
     Bynum. Motion carried.

     The meeting adjourned at 1:00 pm
                      Grayson County Juvenile Board
                              Agenda Item



AGENDA ITEM NO.          III.A.                DATE:       July 8, 2009

SUBJECT:    Review Expenditures for            RELATED PAGES:

June 2009                                      PRESENTED BY: Bill Bristow




                                  ACTION



1.   BACKGROUND INFORMATION

     The bills for June 2009 are provided for the Board’s review and approval.

2.   ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION

     It is recommended that the Board approve the bills.

3.   BOARD ACTION REQUESTED

     A motion to approve department’s bills.



     MOTION __________________                 SECOND __________________


     For _______________________               Against ____________________
Grayson County, Texas
                                         Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :               18   JUVENILE DETENTION GENERAL
Vendor Name                   Amount        Description             Pay Date    Account         Account Name   Procur.Vendor

RELIANT ENERGY SOLUTIONS        585.85   86 DYESS                   5/26/2009   018.545.54540   UTILITIES

                                     FUND TOTAL :         $585.85




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Grayson County, Texas
                                          Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :             500    JUVENILE BOOT CAMP
Vendor Name                   Amount          Description               Pay Date    Account         Account Name   Procur.Vendor

EARTHGRAINS COMPANY              72.87    04/06/09                      5/26/2009   500.545.53680   GROCERIES
EARTHGRAINS COMPANY              70.82    04/13/09                      5/26/2009   500.545.53680   GROCERIES
EARTHGRAINS COMPANY               66.71   04/20/09                      5/26/2009   500.545.53680   GROCERIES
EARTHGRAINS COMPANY               76.49   04/27/09                      5/26/2009   500.545.53680   GROCERIES
RELIANT ENERGY SOLUTIONS          20.34   86 DYESS                      5/26/2009   500.545.54540   UTILITIES
RELIANT ENERGY SOLUTIONS       2,699.99   86 DYESS                      5/26/2009   500.545.54540   UTILITIES
RELIANT ENERGY SOLUTIONS         585.85   86 DYESS                      5/26/2009   500.545.54540   UTILITIES

                                      FUND TOTAL :          $3,593.07




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Grayson County, Texas
                                          Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :             510    JUVENILE PROBATION OPERATING
Vendor Name                   Amount          Description                   Pay Date    Account         Account Name       Procur.Vendor

CABLE ONE                      1,300.00   051609-061509                     5/26/2009   510.545.54540   UTILITIES
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION R        1.11   0401-043009                       5/26/2009   510.545.54520   TELEPHONE
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION R      18.65    0401-043009                       5/26/2009   510.545.54520   TELEPHONE
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION R       7.42    0401-043009                       5/26/2009   510.545.54520   TELEPHONE
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION R      34.21    0401-043009                       5/26/2009   510.545.54520   TELEPHONE
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION R      38.59    0401-043009                       5/26/2009   510.545.54520   TELEPHONE
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION R      73.32    0401-043009                       5/26/2009   510.545.54520   TELEPHONE
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION R       0.33    0401-043009                       5/26/2009   510.545.54520   TELEPHONE
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION R      12.83    0401-043009                       5/26/2009   510.545.54520   TELEPHONE
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION R      50.43    0401-043009                       5/26/2009   510.545.54520   TELEPHONE
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION R      13.14    0401-043009                       5/26/2009   510.545.54520   TELEPHONE
DOUGLASS DISTRIBUTING           486.48    Apr Fuel - Fleet CC               5/26/2009   510.545.53560   GAS & OIL
KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC.      331.29    MAY 09 05-0884                    5/26/2009   510.545.54600   EQUIPMENT RENTAL
KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC.      152.27    MAY 09 04-1066                    5/26/2009   510.545.54600   EQUIPMENT RENTAL
RELIANT ENERGY SOLUTIONS        585.86    86 DYESS                          5/26/2009   510.545.54540   UTILITIES

                                      FUND TOTAL :              $3,105.93




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Grayson County, Texas
                                       Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :             510    JUVENILE PROBATION OPERATING
Vendor Name                   Amount      Description         Pay Date   Account   Account Name   Procur.Vendor



                                REPORT TOTAL                $7,284.85




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Grayson County, Texas
                                         Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :               18   JUVENILE DETENTION GENERAL
Vendor Name                   Amount        Description            Pay Date    Account         Account Name   Procur.Vendor

ATMOS ENERGY                     55.57   9501 DYESS ST              6/1/2009   018.545.54540   UTILITIES

                                     FUND TOTAL :         $55.57




 Thursday, May 28, 2009                                                                                            Page 1 of 6
Grayson County, Texas
                                           Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :             500    JUVENILE BOOT CAMP
Vendor Name                     Amount        Description                       Pay Date    Account         Account Name            Procur.Vendor

ALARM FX, INC.                    89.00    041609 BOOTCAMP                       6/1/2009   500.545.54550   REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE
ALARM FX, INC.                    89.00    041709 BOOTCAMP                       6/1/2009   500.545.54550   REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE
ALARM FX, INC.                    489.50   042009 JUVENILE DET CTR               6/1/2009   500.545.54550   REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE
ALARM FX, INC.                    288.50   050709 BOOTCAMP                       6/1/2009   500.545.54550   REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE
ALARM FX, INC.                     89.00   050809 JUVENILTE DET CTR              6/1/2009   500.545.54550   REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE
ALARM FX, INC.                    178.00   050809 BOOTCAMP                       6/1/2009   500.545.54550   REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE
ALARM FX, INC.                     89.00   051109 JUVENILE DET CTR               6/1/2009   500.545.54550   REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE
ATMOS ENERGY                       93.73   86 DYESS ST                           6/1/2009   500.545.54540   UTILITIES
COVENANT PLAYERS                  300.00   DRAMA PRESENTATIONS                   6/1/2009   500.545.54000   PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
EDWARDS, JENNIFER, LCSW, LSOT   4,087.00   MARCH 2009                            6/1/2009   500.545.54000   PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
H & H STRIPING                    610.00   PKG LOT STRIPING                      6/1/2009   500.545.54550   REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE
PFS DISTRIBUTION CORPORATION        6.41   051209                                6/1/2009   500.545.53680   GROCERIES
SAM'S CLUB DIRECT                  12.63   LETTER TRAY                           6/1/2009   500.545.53100   OFFICE SUPPLIES
SAM'S CLUB DIRECT                 179.84   TV                                    6/1/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
SAM'S CLUB DIRECT                 387.36   WINDEX,CHIPS, ETC...                  6/1/2009   500.545.53680   GROCERIES
SAM'S CLUB DIRECT                  38.70   FOOD                                  6/1/2009   500.545.53680   GROCERIES
SAM'S CLUB DIRECT                  56.21   MUFFINS                               6/1/2009   500.545.53680   GROCERIES
SHAW, RILEY                       113.30   NO TX JUV LAW CONF GCC 052109         6/1/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
SHURSEN, ANN                    1,500.00   PARENT TRAINING                       6/1/2009   500.545.54000   PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
SMITH, J. BRETT, ATTY             409.50   N. TX. JUVENILE LAW CONFERENCE        6/1/2009   500.545.54000   PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
TEXOMA FIRE EQUIPMENT, INC.       127.00   SEMI-ANNUAL SERVICE                   6/1/2009   500.545.54550   REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE
WALMART COMMUNITY BRC             -52.83   CREDIT                                6/1/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
WALMART COMMUNITY BRC             141.28   PREG TESTS, THREAD, AMMONIA           6/1/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
WALMART COMMUNITY BRC             112.55   TILEX, DOC FRAME ETC...               6/1/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
WALMART COMMUNITY BRC             51.96    STORAGE BOXES                         6/1/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
WALMART COMMUNITY BRC             46.96    11X14 FRAMES                          6/1/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
WALMART COMMUNITY BRC            131.15    FLASH DRIVE, MINI ROSE                6/1/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES

                                       FUND TOTAL :                 $9,664.75



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Grayson County, Texas
                                         Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :             510    JUVENILE PROBATION OPERATING
Vendor Name                   Amount        Description                  Pay Date    Account         Account Name              Procur.Vendor

HOGAN'S JIF-E LUBE               32.95   2003 FORD TAURUS                 6/1/2009   510.545.53590   REPAIR & MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
OFFICE DEPOT, INC.              124.42   BINDERS, TONER, ETC              6/1/2009   510.545.53100   OFFICE SUPPLIES
OFFICE DEPOT, INC.               10.50   TABBING                          6/1/2009   510.545.53100   OFFICE SUPPLIES
SPRINT                           50.44   0417-051609                      6/1/2009   510.545.54520   TELEPHONE
STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE        9.25   LASER TABS                       6/1/2009   510.545.53100   OFFICE SUPPLIES

                                     FUND TOTAL :              $227.56




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Grayson County, Texas
                                         Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :             520    TX JUVENILE PROBATION COMM A
Vendor Name                   Amount        Description                     Pay Date    Account         Account Name               Procur.Vendor

AMERICAN RED CROSS               84.00   ADULT CPR, AED AND FIRST AID        6/1/2009   520.545.54010   NON-RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

                                     FUND TOTAL :                  $84.00




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Grayson County, Texas
                                           Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :             521     TX JUVENILE PROBATION COMM Y
Vendor Name                      Amount       Description                    Pay Date    Account         Account Name             Procur.Vendor

BRISTOW, BILL C. - EXPENSE REI     60.00   N.TX JUV LAW CONF 052109           6/1/2009   521.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENDITURES
BRISTOW, BILL C. - EXPENSE REI     43.29   DONUTS JUV LAW CONF 052109         6/1/2009   521.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENDITURES
BRISTOW, BILL C. - EXPENSE REI    320.00   CELL 090408-050409                 6/1/2009   521.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENDITURES
REINERT'S PAPER & CHEMICAL        243.06   TISSUE, LAUNDRY DETG.              6/1/2009   521.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENDITURES
REINERT'S PAPER & CHEMICAL        327.80   COPY PAPER                         6/1/2009   521.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENDITURES

                                       FUND TOTAL :                $994.15




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Grayson County, Texas
                                       Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :             521    TX JUVENILE PROBATION COMM Y
Vendor Name                   Amount      Description         Pay Date   Account   Account Name   Procur.Vendor



                                REPORT TOTAL               $11,026.03




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Grayson County, Texas
                                            Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :              500    JUVENILE BOOT CAMP
Vendor Name                      Amount        Description                     Pay Date    Account         Account Name             Procur.Vendor

7-11 STORES-CC                     24.00    WICHITA FALLS 042109                6/8/2009   500.545.54030   TRAINING & EDUCATION            Chase CC
AMERICAN MESSAGING                 89.90    060109-063009                       6/8/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
DEALERS ELECTRICAL SUPPLY            4.89   120V LAMP                           6/8/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
FAIRFIELD INN-CC                   192.10   C.NEAL WICHITA FALLS 0421-0423      6/8/2009   500.545.54030   TRAINING & EDUCATION            Chase CC
FAIRFIELD INN-CC                   192.10   M.THURSTON WICHITA FALLS 0421-      6/8/2009   500.545.54030   TRAINING & EDUCATION            Chase CC
FINGERPRINT SERVICE-CC              10.43   D.GRAY 040709                       6/8/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES              Chase CC
FINGERPRINT SERVICE-CC              10.43   D.HAWTHORNE 040709                  6/8/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES              Chase CC
HERALD DEMOCRAT                    197.85   051309-052709                       6/8/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
MEINCKE-REZA, JEFF W., MD PA-C      91.00   041609                              6/8/2009   500.545.54420   MEDICAL                         Chase CC
MIDWESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY-      -150.00   CANCEL WICHITACONF 0421-042309      6/8/2009   500.545.54030   TRAINING & EDUCATION            Chase CC
MIDWESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY-       150.00   D.GRAY WICHITA FALLS 0421-0423      6/8/2009   500.545.54030   TRAINING & EDUCATION            Chase CC
MIDWESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY-       150.00   C.JACKSON WICHITA FALLS 0421-0      6/8/2009   500.545.54030   TRAINING & EDUCATION            Chase CC
MIDWESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY-       150.00   C.NEAL WICHITA FALLS 0421-0423      6/8/2009   500.545.54030   TRAINING & EDUCATION            Chase CC
MIDWESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY-       150.00   M.THURSTON WICHITA FALLS 0421-      6/8/2009   500.545.54030   TRAINING & EDUCATION            Chase CC
MR. PLUMBER                        139.71   HOOK ON 3/4 COPPER                  6/8/2009   500.545.54550   REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE
NAPA-CC                             18.63   FUSES                               6/8/2009   500.545.53590   VEHICLE/COMMUNICATION REPAIRS   Chase CC
OFFICE DEPOT-CC                    999.98   DESK NUMBER 566718                  6/8/2009   500.545.53750   SMALL EQUIPMENT                 Chase CC
REINERT'S PAPER & CHEMICAL         355.13   SANITIZER,TISSUE,LAUND DETG         6/8/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
SHELL-CC                            22.00   WICHITA FALLS 042309                6/8/2009   500.545.54030   TRAINING & EDUCATION            Chase CC
SHERMAN MEDICAL-CC                  45.00   41609                               6/8/2009   500.545.54420   MEDICAL                         Chase CC
SHERMAN MEDICAL-CC                  45.00   42309                               6/8/2009   500.545.54420   MEDICAL                         Chase CC
SHERMAN MEDICAL-CC                  45.00   42409                               6/8/2009   500.545.54420   MEDICAL                         Chase CC
TEXAS JUVENILE PROBATION COM     1,735.67   TX JUV LAW, VOL 2, ETC..            6/8/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
WASTE MANAGEMENT                   377.22   86 DYESS                            6/8/2009   500.545.54540   UTILITIES

                                        FUND TOTAL :               $5,046.04




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Grayson County, Texas
                                           Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :              501    JUVENILE PROBATION FEE FUND
Vendor Name                    Amount         Description                   Pay Date    Account         Account Name      Procur.Vendor

CLARIDGE PRODUCTS AND EQUIP       723.65   MOBILE MARKERBOARD #75 LOW GLO    6/8/2009   501.545.53750   SMALL EQUIPMENT
CLARIDGE PRODUCTS AND EQUIP     1,543.15   U517-4CH CONFERENCE CABINET 4'    6/8/2009   501.545.53750   SMALL EQUIPMENT

                                       FUND TOTAL :            $2,266.80




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Grayson County, Texas
                                           Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :              510    JUVENILE PROBATION OPERATING
Vendor Name                    Amount         Description                  Pay Date    Account         Account Name              Procur.Vendor

AT&T                               40.09   0521-062009                      6/8/2009   510.545.54520   TELEPHONE
AT&T                              -24.57   0521-062009                      6/8/2009   510.545.54520   TELEPHONE
AT&T                              42.17    0521-062009                      6/8/2009   510.545.54520   TELEPHONE
KWIK CHEK-CC                      12.92    GREENVILLE 041609                6/8/2009   510.545.53560   GAS & OIL                       Chase CC
LOVE'S COUNTRY STORES-CC          22.06    ANNA 042309                      6/8/2009   510.545.53560   GAS & OIL                       Chase CC
MOTOR MASTERS                    117.45    STATE INSPECTIONS                6/8/2009   510.545.53590   REPAIR & MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
RESULTS ENVIRONMENTAL PEST       167.48    APRIL 09                         6/8/2009   510.545.54620   SERVICE CONTRACTS
SHELL-CC                          17.15    TYLER 042409                     6/8/2009   510.545.53560   GAS & OIL                       Chase CC
TATCHIO & ASSOCIATES             600.00    JUNE 09 OFFICE RENT              6/8/2009   510.545.54600   EQUIPMENT RENTAL

                                       FUND TOTAL :              $994.75




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Grayson County, Texas
                                          Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :              520    TX JUVENILE PROBATION COMM A
Vendor Name                    Amount        Description                     Pay Date    Account         Account Name             Procur.Vendor

FRED PRYOR SEMINARS-CC            99.00   K.HASTINGS 050509                   6/8/2009   520.545.54080   TRAVEL                        Chase CC
FRED PRYOR SEMINARS-CC            99.00   B.JONES 050509                      6/8/2009   520.545.54080   TRAVEL                        Chase CC
JONES, BRIAN                      16.00   050509 DIFFICULT PEOPLE CONF        6/8/2009   520.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENDITURES
MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION-C      110.00   K.HASTINGS/R.ADAMS 042809           6/8/2009   520.545.54080   TRAVEL                        Chase CC
VALERO-CC                         20.74   HEWITT 042609                       6/8/2009   520.545.54080   TRAVEL                        Chase CC
WYNDHAM HOTELS-CC                293.25   S.HRICKO AUSTIN 0426-042909         6/8/2009   520.545.54080   TRAVEL                        Chase CC

                                      FUND TOTAL :                 $637.99




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Grayson County, Texas
                                          Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :              521    TX JUVENILE PROBATION COMM Y
Vendor Name                    Amount        Description            Pay Date    Account         Account Name   Procur.Vendor

GROSSMAN, TANYA                   25.03   0427-052809                6/8/2009   521.545.54080   TRAVEL

                                      FUND TOTAL :         $25.03




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Grayson County, Texas
                                        Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :              521    TX JUVENILE PROBATION COMM Y
Vendor Name                    Amount      Description         Pay Date   Account   Account Name   Procur.Vendor



                                 REPORT TOTAL                $8,970.61




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Grayson County, Texas
                                           Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :                18   JUVENILE DETENTION GENERAL
Vendor Name                      Amount       Description               Pay Date    Account         Account Name   Procur.Vendor

DENISON, CITY OF, WATER UTILIT    447.24   86 DYESS                     6/22/2009   018.545.54540   UTILITIES
RELIANT ENERGY SOLUTIONS          650.61   86 DYESS                     6/22/2009   018.545.54540   UTILITIES

                                       FUND TOTAL :         $1,097.85




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Grayson County, Texas
                                            Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :              500    JUVENILE BOOT CAMP
Vendor Name                     Amount         Description                   Pay Date    Account         Account Name            Procur.Vendor

A-1 LITTLE JOHN, INC.             116.96    RENTAL                           6/22/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
AWARDS UNLIMITED                  104.80    BUS CARD HOLDERS                 6/22/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
BLICK ART MATERIALS-CC            133.77    ARTIST DP EDGE CANVAS 30X40      6/22/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES           Chase CC
DENISON, CITY OF, WATER UTILIT  1,097.10    86 DYESS                         6/22/2009   500.545.54540   UTILITIES
DENISON, CITY OF, WATER UTILIT    534.64    86 DYESS                         6/22/2009   500.545.54540   UTILITIES
DWAYNE'S PLUMBING, INC.           107.08    REPAIRED COPPER LINE             6/22/2009   500.545.54550   REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE
GALL'S, INC.                       12.99    SHIPPING                         6/22/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
GALL'S, INC.                       39.57    NAME TAG BLACK W/GOLD LETTERS    6/22/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
GALL'S, INC.                       71.19    NAME TAG BLACK W/GOLD LETTERS    6/22/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
GLEASON, RONALD P., MD            240.00    DILLON B. 05/07/09               6/22/2009   500.545.54420   MEDICAL
GOVCONNECTION, INC.               838.00    Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500 - docum   6/22/2009   500.545.53750   SMALL EQUIPMENT
OFFICE DEPOT, INC.              1,963.00    2 CORNER DESKS                   6/22/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
OFFICE DEPOT, INC.             -1,963.00    2 DESKS (INV#4730907950          6/22/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
OFFICE DEPOT, INC.                 52.49    TASK CHAIR                       6/22/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
OFFICE DEPOT-CC                    14.68    TAP, GRAPHIC-4                   6/22/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES           Chase CC
PETERSON, LAURA                    75.57    MILEAGE 052109                   6/22/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
RED RIVER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFF     40.00    REFUND FOR UNATTENDED CONF.      6/22/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
RELIANT ENERGY SOLUTIONS           20.24    86 DYESS                         6/22/2009   500.545.54540   UTILITIES
RELIANT ENERGY SOLUTIONS        3,318.60    86 DYESS ST                      6/22/2009   500.545.54540   UTILITIES
RELIANT ENERGY SOLUTIONS          650.61    86 DYESS                         6/22/2009   500.545.54540   UTILITIES
SHERMAN MEDICAL-CC                 45.00    DESTINY H. 050409                6/22/2009   500.545.54420   MEDICAL                      Chase CC
SHERMAN MEDICAL-CC                 45.00    WESLEY S. 050809                 6/22/2009   500.545.54420   MEDICAL                      Chase CC
SHERMAN MEDICAL-CC                 45.00    TIFFANY T. 051109                6/22/2009   500.545.54420   MEDICAL                      Chase CC
SHERMAN MEDICAL-CC                 45.00    DANIEL G. 052009                 6/22/2009   500.545.54420   MEDICAL                      Chase CC
SHERMAN MEDICAL-CC                  45.00   A.SMITH 052909                   6/22/2009   500.545.54420   MEDICAL                      Chase CC
SHERMAN MEDICAL-CC                  45.00   60209                            6/22/2009   500.545.54420   MEDICAL                      Chase CC
TMC-URGENT CARE DENISON-CC          20.00   51309                            6/22/2009   500.545.54420   MEDICAL                      Chase CC
VITINAS DELI-CC                     46.44   BOARD MTG 052809                 6/22/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES           Chase CC
VITINAS DELI-CC                    647.88   BELTS/BUCKLES                    6/22/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES           Chase CC
WEBB'S ELECTRIC, INC.            1,544.59   INSTALL THERMOSTAT 5/12/09       6/22/2009   500.545.54550   REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE
WNJ RURAL HEALTHCENTER              31.20   05/18/09                         6/22/2009   500.545.54420   MEDICAL

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Grayson County, Texas
                                          Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :              500    JUVENILE BOOT CAMP
Vendor Name                    Amount        Description                Pay Date    Account         Account Name   Procur.Vendor

WNJ RURAL HEALTHCENTER            43.20   042109-051409                 6/22/2009   500.545.54420   MEDICAL
WNJ RURAL HEALTHCENTER            69.60   022009-051809                 6/22/2009   500.545.54420   MEDICAL

                                      FUND TOTAL :         $10,141.20




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Grayson County, Texas
                                           Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :              510    JUVENILE PROBATION OPERATING
Vendor Name                    Amount         Description                      Pay Date    Account         Account Name               Procur.Vendor

7-11 STORES-CC                     29.94   HARROLD TX 051409                   6/22/2009   510.545.53560   GAS & OIL                        Chase CC
CABLE ONE                       1,300.00   101 W WOODARD ST                    6/22/2009   510.545.54540   UTILITIES
CACKLE AND OINK BBQ-CC            61.07    MTG 060309                          6/22/2009   510.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES               Chase CC
HOGAN'S JIF-E LUBE                35.50    2007 FORD ESCAPE XLT                6/22/2009   510.545.53560   GAS & OIL
KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC.       331.29    JUNE 09 05-0884                     6/22/2009   510.545.54600   EQUIPMENT RENTAL
KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC.       151.77    JUNE 09 04-1066                     6/22/2009   510.545.54600   EQUIPMENT RENTAL
MOTOR MASTERS                    146.94    2003 FORD TARUS                     6/22/2009   510.545.53570   TIRES, BATTERIES & ACCESSORIES
OFFICE DEPOT, INC.               -10.50    TABBING (INV#472575414-001)         6/22/2009   510.545.53100   OFFICE SUPPLIES
OFFICE DEPOT, INC.                -5.25    TABBING (INV#473724022-001)         6/22/2009   510.545.53100   OFFICE SUPPLIES
OFFICE DEPOT, INC.                36.99    EXP FILE, PENS, LETTER TRAYS        6/22/2009   510.545.53100   OFFICE SUPPLIES
OFFICE DEPOT, INC.                 5.22    CHART TAPE                          6/22/2009   510.545.53100   OFFICE SUPPLIES
OFFICE DEPOT, INC.                75.71    FILE JACKET, SHIP LABELS            6/22/2009   510.545.53100   OFFICE SUPPLIES
OFFICE DEPOT, INC.                69.32    LABELS, TRAY, ETC                   6/22/2009   510.545.53100   OFFICE SUPPLIES
OFFICE DEPOT, INC.                13.00    FILE POCKET                         6/22/2009   510.545.53100   OFFICE SUPPLIES
OFFICE DEPOT, INC.                27.52    3 TIER ORGANIZER                    6/22/2009   510.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
RELIANT ENERGY SOLUTIONS         650.60    86 DYESS                            6/22/2009   510.545.54540   UTILITIES
SHELL-CC                          19.18    TYLER 050609                        6/22/2009   510.545.53560   GAS & OIL                        Chase CC
VITINAS DELI-CC                   29.82    050609                              6/22/2009   510.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES               Chase CC
VITINAS DELI-CC                   67.91    MTG 060209                          6/22/2009   510.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES               Chase CC

                                       FUND TOTAL :                $3,036.03




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Grayson County, Texas
                                           Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :              520    TX JUVENILE PROBATION COMM A
Vendor Name                     Amount        Description                      Pay Date    Account         Account Name               Procur.Vendor

BRIEF THERAPY ASSOCIATES, LLC   3,200.00   MAY 2009 SUICIDE EVALUATION         6/22/2009   520.545.54010   NON-RESIDENTIAL SERVICES
CORRECTIONAL COUNSELING-CC      1,100.00   S.STEWARD/C.KIRK 0615-061809        6/22/2009   520.545.54010   NON-RESIDENTIAL SERVICES        Chase CC
HANDLE WITH CARE-CC             1,800.00   S.STEWARD/C.KIRK 0615-061809 D      6/22/2009   520.545.54010   NON-RESIDENTIAL SERVICES        Chase CC
HASTINGS, KARI                    360.00   SEPT08-MAY09 CELL PHONE             6/22/2009   520.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENDITURES
UT WEB TXSHOP-CC                  420.00   INSTRUCTOR WORKSHOP                 6/22/2009   520.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENDITURES          Chase CC
WHITE, STEVE                       68.75   061009 GREENVILLE                   6/22/2009   520.545.54080   TRAVEL

                                       FUND TOTAL :                $6,948.75




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Grayson County, Texas
                                          Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :              521    TX JUVENILE PROBATION COMM Y
Vendor Name                    Amount        Description                Pay Date    Account         Account Name             Procur.Vendor

CACKLE AND OINK BBQ-CC           181.02   CONFERENCE 052109             6/22/2009   521.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENDITURES        Chase CC

                                      FUND TOTAL :            $181.02




 Thursday, June 18, 2009                                                                                                          Page 6 of 8
Grayson County, Texas
                                           Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :              527    TX JUVENILE PROBATION COMM H
Vendor Name                    Amount         Description               Pay Date    Account         Account Name           Procur.Vendor

AZLEWAY, INC.                   2,727.69   SEAN G.                      6/22/2009   527.545.54110   RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

                                       FUND TOTAL :         $2,727.69




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Grayson County, Texas
                                        Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :              527    TX JUVENILE PROBATION COMM H
Vendor Name                    Amount      Description         Pay Date   Account   Account Name   Procur.Vendor



                                 REPORT TOTAL               $24,132.54




 Thursday, June 18, 2009                                                                                Page 8 of 8
Grayson County, Texas
                                          Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :                18   JUVENILE DETENTION GENERAL
Vendor Name                    Amount        Description            Pay Date    Account         Account Name   Procur.Vendor

ATMOS ENERGY                      53.63   9501 DYESS ST             6/29/2009   018.545.54540   UTILITIES

                                      FUND TOTAL :         $53.63




 Thursday, June 25, 2009                                                                                            Page 1 of 5
Grayson County, Texas
                                          Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :              500    JUVENILE BOOT CAMP
Vendor Name                    Amount        Description                    Pay Date    Account         Account Name            Procur.Vendor

AMERICAN RED CROSS                36.00   ADULT CPR/AED JACOBS,WIDNER       6/29/2009   500.545.54030   TRAINING & EDUCATION
AMERICAN RED CROSS                30.00   ADULT CPR/AED                     6/29/2009   500.545.54030   TRAINING & EDUCATION
ATMOS ENERGY                      75.40   86 DYESS ST                       6/29/2009   500.545.54540   UTILITIES
BURDEN PUMPING SERVICE           280.00   PUMP GREASE TRAP                  6/29/2009   500.545.54550   REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE
CDW GOVERNMENT, INC.             156.00   3COM 3100 ENTRY PHONE             6/29/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
CDW GOVERNMENT, INC.              52.70   3YR NBD 8X5 EXPRESS CAT1          6/29/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
KIRK, CHRISTEL                   120.00   ROSENBERG 0614-061809             6/29/2009   500.545.54030   TRAINING & EDUCATION
LOCK DOC, THE                    153.00   SVC CALL, NEW LEVER INSTALLED     6/29/2009   500.545.54550   REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE
MAXOR CORRECTIONAL PHARMA        694.58   APRIL AND MAY 2009                6/29/2009   500.545.54420   MEDICAL
REINERT'S PAPER & CHEMICAL       252.43   DETG, MOP, DISINFECTANT ETC...    6/29/2009   500.545.53350   JANITORIAL SUPPLIES
REINERT'S PAPER & CHEMICAL        97.32   MOP HANDLE, ETC...                6/29/2009   500.545.53350   JANITORIAL SUPPLIES
STEWARD, SARA                    127.50   ROSENBERY 0614-061409             6/29/2009   500.545.54030   TRAINING & EDUCATION
TXU ENERGY                       303.89   86 DYESS ST GRDL 1                6/29/2009   500.545.54540   UTILITIES
TXU ENERGY                       254.00   86 DYESS GRDL 1                   6/29/2009   500.545.54540   UTILITIES
WALMART COMMUNITY BRC            109.03   LEMI SHINE, SUGAR, PREG TESTS     6/29/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
WALMART COMMUNITY BRC             98.46   BW COMP, MOUSE PADS, ORAL PAIN    6/29/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
WALMART COMMUNITY BRC             92.16   GLUE STICKS, LEMI SHINE ETC       6/29/2009   500.545.53300   OPERATING EXPENSES
WALMART COMMUNITY BRC            153.13   SOUP, EQUATE MAXI, FIBER          6/29/2009   500.545.53680   GROCERIES
WALMART COMMUNITY BRC             19.98   PRODUCE                           6/29/2009   500.545.53680   GROCERIES

                                      FUND TOTAL :              $3,105.58




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Grayson County, Texas
                                          Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :              510    JUVENILE PROBATION OPERATING
Vendor Name                    Amount        Description                   Pay Date    Account         Account Name              Procur.Vendor

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION R        0.47   MAY 2009                         6/29/2009   510.545.54520   TELEPHONE
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION R       18.00   MAY 2009                         6/29/2009   510.545.54520   TELEPHONE
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION R       15.98   MAY 2009                         6/29/2009   510.545.54520   TELEPHONE
HOGANS JIF-E LUBE                 32.95   2004 CHEVROLET ASTRO             6/29/2009   510.545.53560   GAS & OIL
MOTOR MASTERS                    137.79   SERVICE A/C 99 ASTRO             6/29/2009   510.545.53590   REPAIR & MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
SPRINT                            29.15   JUNE 2009                        6/29/2009   510.545.54520   TELEPHONE

                                      FUND TOTAL :               $234.34




 Thursday, June 25, 2009                                                                                                               Page 3 of 5
Grayson County, Texas
                                           Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :              520    TX JUVENILE PROBATION COMM A
Vendor Name                    Amount         Description                       Pay Date    Account         Account Name               Procur.Vendor

JENNINGS, SUE, M.ED.            1,000.00   APRIL 09 GROUP THERAPY               6/29/2009   520.545.54010   NON-RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

                                       FUND TOTAL :                 $1,000.00




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Grayson County, Texas
                                        Accounts Payable Detail by Fund - Juvenile
FUND :              520    TX JUVENILE PROBATION COMM A
Vendor Name                    Amount      Description         Pay Date   Account   Account Name   Procur.Vendor



                                 REPORT TOTAL                $4,393.55




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                           Grayson County Juvenile Board
                                   Agenda Item



AGENDA ITEM NO.               III.B.              DATE:        December 3, 2008

SUBJECT:        Review and approve                RELATED PAGES:

Land Lease with Grayson County                    PRESENTED BY: Bill Bristow

Airport


                                       ACTION



1.        BACKGROUND INFORMATION

          Currently, the Department maintains a land lease for the grounds that the
          buildings occupy. The multi-purpose facility will have an area outside of
          the current land lease. The cost per year for the land lease is $6,292.95.
          The cost will be added to the 500 Post-adjudication facility budget. The
          lease is for 15 years and 2 months.

2.        ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION

          Approve the land lease agreement with the Grayson County Airport.

3.        BOARD ACTION REQUESTED

          Approve the land lease agreement with the Grayson County Airport.



          MOTION __________________               SECOND __________________


          For _______________________             Against ____________________
THE STATE OF TEXAS                     §
                                       §       KNOW ALL PERSONS BY THESE PRESENTS:
COUNTY OF GRAYSON                      §


                           GROUND LEASE AGREEMENT
                                BY AND BETWEEN
                         NORTH TEXAS REGIONAL AIRPORT
                                      AND
                GRAYSON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE SERVICES


This Lease is entered into effective the 1ST day of July, 2009, between GRAYSON COUNTY, a body
politic existing under the Constitution and laws of the STATE OF TEXAS, (the “Lessor”), acting by and
through the GRAYSON COUNTY REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY, (the “Board”) pursuant to a
Resolution dated October 20, 2008, of the Commissioners Court of Grayson County, the governing body
of said County and the true and lawful owner of THE GRAYSON COUNTY AIRPORT, (the “Airport”),
acting by and through the Director, (the “Director”) and GRAYSON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF
JUVENILE SERVICES, hereinafter referred to as “Lessee”, who covenant and agree as follows:

WHEREAS, Lessor and Lessee are committed to the proper operation, improvement, and continued
development of the Airport; and

WHEREAS, Lessor deems it advantageous to itself and to the operation of the Airport to lease to Lessee
that certain land as stated herein.

NOW THEREFORE, in accordance with the terms, considerations and privileges listed herein, Lessor
and Lessee covenant and agree as follows:

SECTION 1. LEASED PREMISES:

   1. Land - Lessor does hereby lease to Lessee approximately 33,120.8 sq. ft of land (or
      approximately 0.76 acres) located on the Airport more particularly described on Exhibit “A”
      together with all improvements located thereon, and as identified on the “Airport Layout Plan”
      which is attached hereto as Exhibit “B” and “B1” and incorporated herein, all hereinafter referred
      to as the “Leased Premises”. Lessee hereby leases the Leased Premises from Lessor subject to
      the terms, covenants and conditions stated below, and shall have the right and privilege to
      construct and maintain (as provided herein) the following improvements on the Leased Premises
      as described in Exhibit “C” which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference.

   2. Lessee has inspected the Leased Premises and accepts it in its present “as-is” condition unless
      expressly noted otherwise in this Lease. Neither Lessor nor any agent have made no express or
      implied warranties as to the condition or permitted use of the Leased Premises. Lessee must
      satisfy itself that the Leased Premises is physically suitable to be used as Lessee intends by
      independently investigating all matters related to the use of the Leased Premises. Lessee agrees
      that it is not relying on any warranty or representation made by Lessor, Lessor’s agent, or any
      broker concerning the use of the Leased Premises.

   3. Lessor shall deliver possession of the Leased Premises to Lessee as of the Effective Date hereof
      (the “Commencement Date”).
   4. Lessee shall be responsible for maintenance and insurance of the Leased Premises.

SECTION 2. TERM:

This Lease shall be for fifteen years and two months (15 year and 2 months), (the “Term”) from the
Commencement Date.

SECTION 3. CONSIDERATION:

1. Lease Payments - Subject to adjustment as herein below provided, Lessee agrees to pay to Lessor,
   without offset or deduction, payment for the Leased Premises at the rate of $6,292.95 per year in
   advance, (the “Lease Payment”). The first such monthly payment shall be due and payable on or
   before the first day of July, 2009, with successive monthly payments being due and payable on the
   first day of each month thereafter during the Term hereof.

2. Adjustment of Rental - Commencing on January following the first full calendar year of the Lease
   Commencement Date and on every January of even numbered years thereafter (the “Adjustment
   Date”) the Lease Payment shall be adjusted as follows:

   A A comparison shall be made between the Consumer Price Index (CPI) - All Items for the Dallas,
     Texas Metropolitan Area (the “Price Index”) as it existed on the commencement date and as it
     exists on the first day of October preceding the then applicable Adjustment Date.

   B. After the first twelve (12) months of the term of this Lease, the Lease Payment for each year
      period beginning with and following each Adjustment Date shall be either increased or decreased,
      as the case may be, by the percentage of increase or decrease in the Price Index between the
      Commencement Date and October 1 of the current year, but in no event shall such Lease Payment
      ever be decreased below the initial Lease Payment.

   C. In the event that the Price Index is unavailable for whatever reason for the computations set forth
      hereinabove, another index approximating the Price Index as closely as feasible shall be
      substituted therefore.

3. Payment Method- All Lease Payments shall be paid as the same become due, without demand, in
   lawful currency of the United States made payable to the North Texas Regional Airport, by mail at
   4700 Airport Drive, Denison, Texas 75020, or by hand-delivery to the Administration Office in the
   Terminal Building.

4. Late Payments - In the event Lessor fails to receive any Lease Payment within 10 days after the date
   the same is due, a Late Payment penalty equal to 10% of such payment shall be charged to Lessee. In
   the event Lessee shall become delinquent for more than 10 days, Lessee shall be in default as
   described in Section 17 Events of Default and lessee’s right of occupancy and/or this Lease may be
   terminate by Lessor as further described in Section 18 – Remedies.

SECTION 4. CONSTRUCTION OF IMPROVEMENTS:

1. Construction - Lessee agrees to construct all buildings, parking lots and facilities (as more fully
   described in Exhibit “C”-The “Improvements”), which will be constructed by Lessee at its expense.
   Construction must commence within one hundred twenty (120) days after the Commencement Date
                               GRAYSON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE SERVICES
                                      GROUND LEASE MULTI-USE FACILITY
                                               JULY 1, 2009
                                                    2
    of this Lease and must be substantially completed within sixty (60) days after commencement of
    construction. The Improvements on the Leased Premises shall remain the Lessee’s property until
    expiration or termination of this Lease. Upon expiration or termination of this Lease, such
    Improvements shall become the property of Lessor and Lessee shall have no further rights therein and
    may not remove any parts thereof.

2. Prior to construction of the improvements other than those described in Section 4. Paragraph 1, the
   Lessee shall obtain the Lessor’s written approval of the plans and specifications for such construction,
   which approval the Lessor shall not unreasonably withhold. The preliminary submission by Lessee
   shall employ essentials of aesthetics, convenience, function and design, and shall be compatible in
   such respect with those of the Airport. Upon approval of such preliminary plans, Lessee shall prepare
   complete plans and specifications for the proposed construction. A construction application and final
   plans and specifications, when rendered, shall be submitted to the Lessor for approval, which
   approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. Lessee shall submit signed Engineered Plans signed by
   an Engineer for any construction exceeding 5,000 (five thousand) square feet of space. These plans
   must be submitted as both a hard copy and an electronic copy. Lessee shall include in all construction
   contracts entered into by it, in connection with any or all of the construction work, a provision
   requiring all contractors to indemnify, hold harmless, defend and insure Lessor, its Officers, Agents,
   and Employees, against the risk of death, injury, or damage to persons or property, direct or
   consequential, arising out of or in connection with the performance of any or all of such construction
   work performed by such contractor. Lessee shall require all contractors to furnish liability insurance
   in the amount of $1,000,000.00. In the alternative, Lessee itself may provide the indemnity and
   liability insurance otherwise required of contractors. Lessor agrees to provide approval or
   disapproval within thirty (30) days of receipt of each written request.

3. All plans and specifications referred to above and all construction, renovation, remodeling, or
   refurbishing to or upon the Leased Premises shall meet all current standards set forth in the most
   recent edition of the International Building Codes (IBC) as adopted by the Grayson County Regional
   Mobility Authority. These codes include Building, Fire, Mechanical, Plumbing and Energy
   Conservation codes as well as the National Electrical Code an NFPA 409. Lessee shall provide for
   the construction to be from material satisfactory and acceptable to Lessor. During the progress of all
   work, Lessor’s duly authorized representative may enter upon the Leased Premises and made such
   inspections as may be reasonably necessary for the purpose of satisfying Lessor that the work or
   construction meets such requirements and standards. A Building Inspector hired by the Airport will
   do these inspections. Such inspections shall include all appropriate inspections including inspection
   of the building site, temporary pole, plumbing rough in, foundation pre-pour, framing, electrical
   rough in, mechanical rough in, plumbing top-out, brick ties, gas piping, dry wall, and any other
   inspections as deemed necessary. Lessee shall pay to the Airport a sum of $40.00 per inspection
   made by Lessor’s Building Inspector.

4. The Lessee further covenants that all construction work to be performed by it or its contractors,
   including all workmanship or materials shall be performed in accordance with the plans and
   specifications approved by Lessor. Lessee agrees that it shall deliver to the Lessor “as built” blue
   prints of all improvements constructed by it and shall, during the term of this Lease keep such blue
   prints, if any, current, showing thereon any changes or modifications which may be made in or to the
   Improvements.


                                GRAYSON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE SERVICES
                                       GROUND LEASE MULTI-USE FACILITY
                                                JULY 1, 2009
                                                     3
5. The Lessee will complete a FAA Form 7460-1, “Notice of Proposed Construction or Alteration,” and
   receive a favorable determination from the FAA prior to any construction on the Airport.

6. Lessee shall throughout the term of this Lease, at is own cost and without expense to Lessor, be
   responsible for all maintenance and repair of the Leased Premises. By way of illustration but not
   limitation, such maintenance and repairs shall include foundation, roof, exterior walls,
   interior/exterior paint, floor coverings, wall coverings, fixtures, door, door locks and glass. Lessee
   shall also be responsible for payment of utility service charges for all utility service provided to the
   Leased Premises. Lessee shall be responsible for maintaining all mechanical systems including
   heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems.

SECTION 5. TAXES AND FEES:

Lessee shall be liable for all taxes and fees owed on or by its personal business or its self. Under no
circumstances shall Lessor be liable for or required to pay any tax or fee owed by Lessee.

SECTION 6. CONDITIONS OF USE OF THE LEASED PREMISES:

1. Condition of Leased Premises; Compliance with Law - Lessee agrees that it will at all times keep the
   Leased Premises, including the inside and the outside of any building clean and free of trash, litter,
   tall grass, weeds, junked automobiles, and scrap parts. Any outside storage of non-active vehicles (30
   days storage), parts, inventory or non-aviation related equipment must be contained within a
   minimum 6-foot fence that has screening (slats, wood fence, etc.). Any variances to these standards
   can be appealed to the Board for consideration. Lessee shall abide by all applicable laws and rules of
   the Environmental Protection Agency, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the Texas
   Department of Agriculture, and any other public agency concerning the use, storage, and disposal of
   hazardous chemicals, fuel, and/or oil. Lessee further agrees to abide by the manufacture’s directions
   in regards to the use, storage and disposal of all pesticides, herbicides, and other chemicals plus their
   containers used at the Airport.

2. Clean-up by Lessor; Charge against Lessee - Should Lessee fail to keep the Leased Premises clean
   and free of hazards, Lessor shall be in default as described in Section 17 of this Lease and Lessor
   may, after 30 days written notice, arrange for the clean up of the littered or hazardous area. Such
   clean up shall be charged to Lessee and be a Lease Payment due under the terms of this Lease.

3. Compliance with Laws, Rules and Regulations - Lessee will comply with all laws, rules and
   regulations now existing or hereafter established by the United States of America, the State of Texas,
   the County of Grayson, and their respective agencies, including the Federal Aviation Administration,
   the Texas Department of Transportation Aviation Division (TxDOT Aviation), and the Board. Lessee
   acknowledges receipt of a copy of the current Rules & Regulations and Minimum Standards of the
   Airport. The Rules and Regulations are incorporated by reference as if written verbatim herein, and
   Lessee agrees to comply fully at all times with the Rules and Regulations and Minimum Standards.
   Lessor shall have the right to amend, notify and alter the Rules and Regulations and Minimum
   Standards from time to time in a reasonable manner for the purpose of assuring the safety, welfare
   and convenience of Lessor, Lessee and all other Lessees and customers of the Airport.

4. Requirements of U.S.A. - It is expressly understood and agreed that this Lease is subject to and
    subordinate to and controlled by provisions, stipulations, covenants and agreements contained in
    those certain contracts, agreements, resolutions and actions of Lessor constituting agreements
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    between Lessor and the United States of America and its agents, including, but not limited to, the
    Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Texas Department of Transportation Aviation
    Division (TxDOT Aviation) and all regulations now and hereafter imposed upon Lessor and that
    Lessor shall not be liable to Lessee on account of any of the foregoing matters and all of such
    contracts, agreements, resolutions, and regulations are incorporated herein by reference, and if any
    provision of this Lease is determined to be at variance with same, the Lessor and Lessee agree to
    reasonably cooperate to modify this Lease, or if appropriate, to terminate this Lease with mutual
    consent of both parties.

5. FAA Requirements - The Lessor and Lessee recognize and agree this Lease shall be subject to: such
    regulations and approvals as required by the FAA and TxDOT Aviation and in particular those FAA
    regulations which provide that the property subject to this Lease shall be used for Airport purposes
    and in such a manner so as not to materially and adversely affect the development and improvement,
    operation or maintenance of the Airport; and to the requirements of national emergency. Lessee
    agrees to cooperate and assist Lessor in complying with such regulations and conditions of approval.
    All runways and Airport facilities shall be open to the general traveling public for the landing and
    operation of aircraft therefrom without hindrance or interference on the part of Lessee.

6. National Emergencies - This Lease is subject to the right of temporary reentry and use of certain
    portions of the Airport by the Armed Forces of the United States Government during wartime
    involving the United States and in other national emergencies. In the event of any such re-entry,
    Lessee shall be entitled to receive the entire amount of any award made for such re-entry to the extent
    that it applies to the Leased Premises, whether such award is paid by way of damages, rent or
    otherwise, unless such period of re-entry shall extend beyond the expiration date of the Term of this
    Lease, in which case such award, after payment to Lessor therefrom of the estimated cost of
    restoration of the Leased Premises to the extent that any such award is intended to compensate for
    damage to the Leased Premises shall be apportioned by Lessor and Lessee as of such date of
    expiration in the same ratio that the part of the entire period for which such compensation is made
    falling before the date of expiration and that part falling after, bear to such entire period.

SECTION 7. PERMITTED USE:

1. Lessee will use the Leased Premises primarily for multi-use facility for the Grayson County Juvenile
    Detention Center in accordance with all requirements of the North Texas Regional airport as defined
    in the North Texas Regional Airport Minimum Standards and in any lawful manner necessary or
    incidental to the conduct hereof. Any activity Lessee wishes to perform that is not authorized herein
    may be approved by Lessor upon written request by Lessee, which approval shall not be unreasonably
    withheld.

2. Lessee will not make or permit any use of the Leased Premises, which would interfere with landing or
   taking off of aircraft at the Airport, or otherwise constitute an Airport hazard or impair the future
   development of the Airport. This includes such items as electrical or electronic equipment, creation
   of smoke or dust or glaring or misleading lights.

3. Lessor hereby grants, assigns and conveys to Lessee reasonable non-exclusive, non-discriminatory
   use, as defined by the FAA, of the runways, landing and taxiing ways, and common use portions of
   the Airport and related facilities (collectively referred to as “Common Areas”) at all times, subject,
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    however, to the right of others entitled to use thereof. In the event that reasonable availability of the
    airport for use by Lessee is discontinued for any cause or reason, Lessor shall use its best efforts to
    restore such availability at the earliest possible date.

4. The Lessor reserves for the use and benefit of the public, a right of flight for the passage of aircraft in
   the airspace over the Leased Premises and for such noise as may be inherent in the operation of
   aircraft in said airspace, and for landing on, taking off from or operating on the Airport.

SECTION 8. RESTRICTED USE:

1. Subject to the requirements/provisions of Section 4, Lessee agrees not to make any additions or
   modifications to the Leased Premises unless agreed upon by both parties in writing. In the event of
   such consent, all improvements or modifications shall be made at the expense of Lessee and, at the
   expiration of this Lease and any extensions to this Lease, shall become the property of Lessor and
   Lessee shall have no further rights therein and may not remove any part thereof.

2. Lessee agrees that the usage of the Leased Premises plus any associated parking shall be limited to
   the parking of personal/company/customer owned automobiles. All automobiles, buses, trucks or
   other transportation modes must be parked or stored in approved automobile parking area.

3. Lessee agrees to have a sufficient number of fire extinguishers of acceptable size as determined by
   the local fire marshal inside any facility. Such fire extinguisher(s) shall be readily accessible in the
   event of a fire. The local fire marshal or his designated representative reserves the right to
   periodically inspect such fire extinguishers and the facility for fire safety compliance.

4. Lessee agrees Lessor and Lessor’s authorized representatives shall have the right, during normal
   business hours, to enter the Leased Premises: (a) to inspect the general condition and state of repair
   thereof, (b) to make repairs permitted under this Lease, (c) to show the Leased Premises to any
   prospective Lessee or purchaser or (d) for any other reasonable and lawful purpose.

5. Lessee agrees that during the final one hundred eighty (180) days of the Term hereof, Lessor and
   Lessor’s authorized representatives shall have the right to erect and maintain on or about the Leased
   Premises customary signs advertising the Leased Premises for lease or for sale.

SECTION 9. ASSIGNMENT, SUBLETTING AND MORTGAGING OF LEASED PREMISES:

1. Other than a transfer of ownership as a result of death, operation of law, or court decree, Lessee may
   not change more than 51% of its ownership, assign this Lease in its entirety or any rights of Lessee
   hereunder (except to a leasehold mortgagee as herein below provided) without the prior written
   consent of Lessor and as provided herein, (which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld),
   provided however, the Lessee may sub-lease or sub-rent office, hangar, and/or tie-down spaces as part
   of its business. Any assignment or subletting shall be subject to all the terms and provisions of this
   Lease, including the provisions of Section 7 pertaining to the use of the Leased Premises. Other than
   as set out above in this paragraph, Lessee shall not transfer ownership, assign Lessee’s rights
   hereunder or sublet the Leased Premises without first obtaining a written agreement from each such
   new owner assignee or sublessee whereby each such owner, assignee or sub-lessee agrees to be bound
   by the terms of this Lease. No such assignment or subletting shall constitute a novation. In the event
   of the occurrence of an Event of Default while the Leased Premises are assigned or sublet, Lessor, in
   addition to any other remedies provided herein or by law, may at Lessor’s option, collect directly
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    from such assignee or sub-Lessee all rents becoming due under such assignment or subletting and
    apply such rent against any sums due to Lessor hereunder. No direct collection by Lessor from any
    such assignee or sub-Lessee shall release Lessee from the payment or performance of Lessee’s
    obligations hereunder. Lessor shall respond to Lessee’s request for change of ownership, assignment,
    sublease, or transfer within 30 days after receipt of a written request outlining all terms and conditions
    of such transaction. If the Lessor does not respond to Lessee’s request within such 30-day period,
    then Lessor’s consent will be conclusively presumed to be given.

2. Lessee shall have the right to mortgage the leasehold estate of Lessee created hereby in order to
   secure a mortgage loan for the purpose of obtaining funds for the construction of the Improvements
   described in Section 4 or for other construction upon the Leased Premises approved from time to time
   by Lessor in writing. In the event that Lessee pursuant to mortgages or deeds of trust, mortgages the
   leasehold estate of Lessee created hereby, the leasehold mortgagee shall in no event become
   personally liable to perform the obligations of Lessee under this Lease unless and until said
   mortgagee becomes the owner of the leasehold estate pursuant to foreclosure, transfer in lieu of
   foreclosure, or otherwise, and thereafter said leasehold mortgagee shall remain liable for such
   obligations only so long as such mortgagee remains the owner of the leasehold estate.
   Notwithstanding the foregoing, it is specifically understood and agreed that no such mortgaging by
   Lessee and/or any actions taken pursuant to the terms of such mortgage shall ever relieve Lessee of
   Lessee’s obligation to pay the Lease Payments due hereunder and otherwise fully perform the terms
   and conditions of this Lease.

3. All mortgages or deeds of trust whereby Lessee mortgages the leasehold estate of Lessee created
   hereby shall contain provisions: (a) requiring the leasehold mortgagee to give Lessor fifteen (15) days
   written notice prior to accelerating the debt of Lessee secured by such mortgagee and/or initiating
   foreclosure proceedings under said mortgages or deeds of trust; and (b) allowing Lessor during such
   fifteen (15) day notice period to cure Lessee’s default and prevent said acceleration and/or foreclosure
   proceedings, and thereafter at Lessor’s option to assume Lessee’s position under said mortgages or
   deeds of trust.

4. Lessor agrees, if and so long as the leasehold estate of Lessee is encumbered by a leasehold mortgage
   and written notice to such effect has been given to Lessor, to give the holder of such leasehold
   mortgagee at such address or addresses as may be specified in such written notice to Lessor for the
   giving of notices to the leasehold mortgagee, or as otherwise may be specified by the leasehold
   mortgagee to Lessor in writing, written notice of any default hereunder by Lessee, simultaneously
   with the giving of such notice to Lessee, and the holder of any such leasehold mortgage shall have the
   right, for a period of fifteen (15) days after its receipt of such notice or within any longer period of
   time specified in such notice, to take such action or to make payment as may be necessary or
   appropriate to cure any such default so specified, it being the intention of the parties hereto that
   Lessor shall not exercise Lessor’s right to terminate this Lease without first giving any such leasehold
   mortgagee the notice provided for herein and affording any such leasehold mortgagee the right to cure
   such default as provided for herein.

SECTION 10. TERMINATION:

1. Termination for Cause – Lessee’s right of occupancy and/or this Lease Agreement may be terminated
   by Lessor upon the occurrence of an Event of Default by Lessee as set forth in Section 18 –
   Remedies.
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2. Termination by Mutual Consent - This Lease may be terminated by mutual agreement and consent of
   both parties in writing.

3. Requirements at Termination - At the termination of this Lease Agreement, either by normal
   expiration, premature termination, or mutual agreement, Lessee shall peaceably vacate the Leased
   Premises.

SECTION 11. CONDEMNATION:

1. If during the term hereof, any part of the Leased Premises shall be acquired or condemned by eminent
    domain for any public or quasi-public use or purpose, or are sold to a condemning authority under
    threat of condemnation, and after such taking by or sale to said condemning authority the remainder
    of the Leased Premises is not susceptible to efficient and economic occupation and operation by
    Lessee, this Lease shall automatically terminate as of the date that said condemning authority takes
    possession of the Leased Premises, and Lessor shall refund to Lessee any prepaid but unaccrued
    rental less any sum then owing by Lessee to Lessor.

2. If after such taking by or sale to said condemning authority the remainder of the Leased Premises is
    susceptible to efficient and economic occupation and operation by Lessee, this Lease shall not
    terminate but the rental due hereunder shall be adjusted so that Lessee shall be required to pay for the
    remainder of the term hereof the sum obtained by multiplying each monthly rental installment due
    hereunder, as adjusted from time to time pursuant to Section 3, (2), by a fraction, the numerator of
    which shall be the number of square feet remaining in the Leased Premises after the taking by or sale
    to said condemning authority and denominator of which shall be the square footage originally
    contained in the Leased Premises. The rental adjustment called for herein shall not commence until
    said condemning authority actually takes possession of the condemned portion of the Leased
    Premises.

3. If this Lease is not terminated pursuant to Paragraph 1 of this Section, Lessee shall promptly restore
    the improvements on the Leased Premises, and the condemnation proceeds to which Lessor and
    Lessee are entitled shall be awarded and paid first to cover the costs and expenses for restoring the
    remaining portion of the Leased Premises to a condition susceptible to efficient and economic
    occupation and operation by Lessee, and any remaining proceeds to which Lessor and Lessee are
    entitled shall be awarded and paid to Lessor and Lessee, as their interest may appear. If this Lease is
    terminated pursuant to Paragraph 1, condemnation proceeds to which Lessor and Lessee are entitled
    shall be awarded and paid to Lessor and Lessee as their interests may appear.

SECTION 12. INSURANCE: Lessee shall during the term hereof maintain at Lessee’s sole cost and
expense insurance relating to the Leased Premises as follows:

1. Insurance against loss or damage to improvements by fire, lightning, and other risks from time to time
   included under standard extended coverage policies, and sprinkler (if appropriate), vandalism and
   malicious mischief, all in amount equal to the full replacement value of the Improvements. The term
   “full replacement value” as used herein means actual replacement value at the time of such loss.
   Upon request, such replacement value shall be determined by a qualified appraiser, a copy of whose
   findings shall be submitted to Lessor, and, thereafter, proper adjustment in the limits of insurance
   coverage shall be effected. The cost of any such appraisal/replacement value determination shall be
   borne by Lessee.
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2. General public liability insurance against claims for bodily injury, death or property damage
   occurring on, in or about the Leased Premises, such insurance to afford protection to Lessor as set
   forth in the North Texas Regional Airport Minimum Standards and Rules and Regulations as
   amended by the Board from time to time.

3. Worker’s compensation insurance covering all persons employed by Lessee in connection with any
   work done on or about the Leased Premises with respect to which claims for death or bodily injury
   could be asserted against Lessor or the Leased Premises, or in lieu of such workmen’s compensation
   insurance, a program of self-insurance complying with the rules, regulations and requirements of the
   appropriate state agency of the State of Texas.

4. Environmental and such other insurance in such amounts and against such insurable hazards, as is
   commonly obtained in the case of property and uses similar to those covered in this Lease.

5. All such policies of insurance shall: (a) be issued by insurance companies acceptable to Lessor; (b)
   name Lessor as an additional insured or loss payee, as the case may be; and (c) provide for at lease
   ten (10) days written notice to Lessor prior to cancellation or modification. Lessee shall provide
   Lessor with duplicate originals of all insurance policies required by this Section. Certificates of such
   required insurance shall be furnished by Lessee to Lessor and Certificates presently then in effect
   shall be on file at all times. Any changes in those certificates must have the prior written approval of
   Lessor.

6. Lessor and Lessee each waives any claim it might have against the other for any injury to or death of
   any person or persons or damages to or theft, destruction, loss of use of any property (a “Loss”), to
   extent the same is insured against or is required hereunder to be insurance against under any
   insurance policy that covers the Leased Premises, Lessor’s or Lessee’s fixtures, equipment, personal
   property, leasehold improvements, or business, regardless of whether the negligence of the other
   party caused such Loss. Each party shall cause its insurance carrier to endorse all applicable policies
   waiving the carrier’s rights of recovery under subrogation or otherwise against the other party.

SECTION 13. CASUALTY DAMAGE OR DESTRUCTION:

1. Notice. If any Improvements situation on the Leased Premises should be damaged or destroyed by
   fire, tornado or other casualty, Lessee shall immediately give written notice thereof to Lessor.

2. Partial Damage. If any improvements situation on the Leased Premises are damaged by fire, tornado,
   or other casualty but not to such an extent that rebuilding or repairs cannot reasonably be completed
   within one hundred twenty (120) days from the date Lessor receives written notification by Lessee of
   the happening of the damage, this Lease shall not terminate, but Lessee shall, at its sole cost, proceed
   forthwith and use reasonable diligence to rebuild or repair such Improvements on the Leased
   Premises to substantially the condition in which they existed prior to such damage; provided,
   however, if the casualty occurs during the final eighteen (18) months of the Lease Term, Lessee shall
   not be required to rebuild or repair such damage, this Lease shall terminate at the option of Lessee
   and the Lease Payment shall be abated for the unexpired portion of this Lease, effective from the date
   of actual receipt by Lessor of the written notification of the damage and proceeds of insurance shall
   be allocated between Lessor and Lessee as their interests may appear. If the improvements are to be
   rebuilt or repaired and are untenantable or unsuitable for the conduct of the Lessee’s business in
   whole or in part following such damage, the monthly installments of Lease Payment payable
   hereunder during the period in which they are so untenantable or unsuitable for the conduct of the
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    Lessee’s business the monthly installments of Lease Payment shall be adjusted equitably. The
    Lessee’s responsibility or obligation to pay the cost to repair such improvements of the Leased
    Premises as set out in this paragraph shall be limited to insurance proceeds received by Lessee paid as
    a result of such damage.

3. Substantial or Total Destruction. If any Improvements situated on the Leases Premises are
   substantially or totally destroyed by fire, tornado, or other casualty, or so damaged that rebuilding or
   repairs cannot reasonably be completed within one hundred twenty (120) days from the date Lessor
   receives written notification by Lessee of the happening of the damage, this Lease shall terminate at
   the option of either Lessor or Lessee and monthly installments of Lease Payment shall be abated for
   the unexpired portion of this Lease, effective from the date of receipt by Lessor or Lessee of such
   written notification and proceeds of insurance shall be allocated between Lessor and Lessee as their
   interests may appear. If this Lease is not terminated, the building and the Improvements shall be
   rebuilt or repaired and monthly installments of Lease Payments abated to the extent provided in the
   preceding paragraph.

SECTION 14. HOLD HARMLESS:

1. Lessor shall not be liable to Lessee or Lessee’s employees, agents, servants, customers, invitees, or to
   any other person whomsoever, for any injury to persons or damages to property on or about the
   Leased Premises or any adjacent area owned by Lessor caused by Lessee, Lessee’s employees,
   servants, customers, invitees, licensees and/or the conduct of Lessee’s business thereon, or arising out
   of any breach or default by Lessee in the performance of Lessee’s obligations hereunder; and Lessee
   hereby agrees to indemnify Lessor and hold Lessor harmless from any loss, expense or claim arising
   out of such damage or injury.

2. Lessee agrees to save and hold harmless Lessor and its agents, servants, and employees of and from
   any and all liabilities, expenses, causes of action, damages, and/or Attorney’s fees resulting from or as
   a result of any of Lessee’s businesses, operation, occupancy, or use of the Airport or from any act or
   omission of Lessee’s agents, servants, or employees.

SECTION 15. MAINTENANCE OF LANDING AREA:

Lessee understands and agrees that Lessor will maintain the Airport to at least the minimum standards as
recommended by the FAA and/or the Texas Department of Transportation. Such right includes the right
to maintain and keep in repair all public use areas at the Airport and the right to direct and control all
activities as necessary at the Airport. Lessee also understands that Lessor is not obligated by this Lease to
continue operating the Airport as an airport and may close the Airport at any time and at its own
discretion. Such closure shall immediately void this Lease and no damages or monies or other
compensation will be owed to Lessee by Lessor.

SECTION 16. ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE

1. NO STORAGE OR DISPOSAL. LESSEE SHALL NOT INSTALL, STORE, USE, TREAT, TRANSPORT OR DISPOSE
   (OR PERMIT OR ACQUIESCE IN THE INSTALLATION, STORAGE, USE, TREATMENT, TRANSPORTATION,
   DISCHARGE OR DISPOSAL BY LESSEE, ITS AGENTS, EMPLOYEES, INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS, OR
   SUBLESSEES) ON THE LEASED PREMISES, ANY: (A) ASBESTOS IN ANY FORM; (B) UREA
   FORMALDEHYDE FOAM INSULATION; (C) TRANSFORMERS OR OTHER EQUIPMENT WHICH CONTAIN
   DIELECTRIC FLUID CONTAINING LEVELS OF POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS IN EXCESS OF 50 PARTS
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   PER MILLION; OR (D) ANY OTHER CHEMICAL, MATERIAL, AIR POLLUTANT, TOXIC POLLUTANT,
   WASTE, OR SUBSTANCE WHICH IS REGULATED AS TOXIC OR HAZARDOUS OR EXPOSURE TO WHICH IS
   PROHIBITED, LIMITED OR REGULATED BY THE RESOURCE CONSERVATION RECOVERY ACT, THE
   COMPREHENSIVE AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE COMPENSATION AND LIABILITY ACT, THE
   HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRANSPORTATION ACT, THE TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT, THE
   CLEAN AIR ACT, AND/OR THE CLEAN WATER ACT OR ANY OTHER FEDERAL, STATE, COUNTY,
   REGIONAL, LOCAL OR OTHER GOVERNMENTAL AUTHORITY OR WHICH, EVEN IF NOT SO REGULATED,
   MAY OR COULD POSE A HAZARD TO THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE OCCUPANTS OF THE LEASED
   PREMISES, AND WHICH IS EITHER: (I) IN AMOUNTS IN EXCESS OF THAT PERMITTED OR DEEMED SAFE
   UNDER APPLICABLE LAW; OR (II) IN ANY MANNER WHICH IS PROHIBITED OR DEEMED UNSAFE UNDER
   APPLICABLE LAW. (THE SUBSTANCES REFERRED TO IN (A), (B), (C) OR (D) ARE COLLECTIVELY
   REFERRED TO HEREINAFTER AS "HAZARDOUS MATERIALS).

2. CLEANUP LAWS. LESSEE SHALL, AT LESSEE'S OWN EXPENSE, COMPLY WITH ANY PRESENTLY
   EXISTING OR HEREAFTER ENACTED LAWS RELATING TO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (COLLECTIVELY,
   "CLEANUP LAWS"); PROVIDED, HOWEVER THAT LESSEE SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR
   CORRECTING ANY VIOLATION OF THE CLEANUP LAWS UNDER THIS SECTION THAT EXISTED PRIOR TO
   THE COMMENCEMENT DATE. IN FURTHERANCE AND NOT IN LIMITATION OF THE FOREGOING, LESSEE
   SHALL, AT LESSEE'S OWN EXPENSE, MAKE ALL SUBMISSIONS TO, PROVIDE ALL INFORMATION TO, AND
   COMPLY WITH ALL REQUIREMENTS OF THE APPROPRIATE GOVERNMENTAL AUTHORITY (THE
   "AUTHORITY") UNDER THE CLEANUP LAWS. SHOULD ANY AUTHORITY REQUIRE THAT A CLEANUP
   PLAN BE PREPARED AND THAT A CLEANUP BE UNDERTAKEN BECAUSE OF THE EXISTENCE OF
   HAZARDOUS MATERIALS WHICH WERE INSTALLED, STORED, USED, TREATED, TRANSPORTED,
   DISPOSED OF OR DISCHARGED ON THE LEASED PREMISES, BY LESSEE, ITS AGENTS, EMPLOYEES,
   INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS OR SUBLESSEES DURING THE TERM OF THIS LEASE , LESSEE SHALL, AT
   LESSEE'S OWN EXPENSE, PREPARE AND SUBMIT THE REQUIRED PLANS AND FINANCIAL ASSURANCES
   AND CARRY OUT THE APPORVED PLANS IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUCH CLEANUP LAWS AND TO
   LESSOR'S SATISFACTION. AT NO EXPENSE TO LESSOR, LESSEE SHALL PROMPTLY PROVIDE ALL
   INFORMATION REQUESTED BY LESSOR FOR PREPARATION OF AFFIDAVITS OR OTHER DOCUMENTS
   REQUIRED BY LESSOR TO DETERMINE THE APPLICABILITY OF THE CLEANUP LAWS TO THE LEASED
   PREMISES, AS THE CASE MAY BE, AND SHALL SIGN THE AFFIDAVITS PROMPTLY WHEN REQUESTED TO
   DO SO BY LESSOR. LESSEE SHALL INDEMIFY, DEFEND, SAVE AND HOLD LESSOR HARMLESS FROM
   AND AGAINST, AND REIMBURSE LESSOR FOR, ANY AND ALL OBLIGATIONS, DAMAGES, INJUNCTIONS,
   FINES, PENALITIES, DEMANDS, CLAIMS, COSTS, EXPENSES, ACTIONS, LIABILITIES, SUITS, PROCEEDINGS
   AND LOSSES OF WHATEVER NATURE (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ATTORNEYS' FEES AND
   COURT COSTS), AND ALL CLEANUP OR REMOVAL COSTS AND ALL ACTIONS OF ANY KIND ARISING OUT
   OF OR IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE INSTALLATION, STORAGE, USE, TREATMENT,
   TRANSPORTING, DISPOSAL OR DISCHARGE OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS IN OR ON THE LEASED
   PREMISES BY LESSEE, ITS AGENTS, EMPLOYEES, INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS OR SUBLESSEES
   DURING THE LEASE TERM; AND FROM ALL FINES, SUITS, PROCEDURES, CLAIMS AND ACTIONS OF ANY
   KIND ARISING OUT OF LESSEE'S FAILURE TO PROVIDE ALL INFORMATION, MAKE ALL SUBMISSIONS
   AND TAKE ALL STEPS REQUIRED BY THE AUTHORITY UNDER THE CLEANUP LAWS OR ANY OTHER
   ENVIRONMENTAL LAW. LESSEE'S OBLIGATIONS AND LIBILITIES UNDER THIS SECTION SHALL
   CONTINUE SO LONG AS LESSOR AND ANY OF LESSOR'S AFFILIATES REMAIN RESPONSIBLE FOR
   HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AT THE LEASED PREMISES, THAT WERE INSTALLED, STORED, USED,
   TREATED, TRANSPORTED, DISPOSED OF OR DISCHARGED DURING THE LEASE TERM BY LESSEE, ITS
   AGENTS, EMPLOYEES, INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS OR SUBLESSEES. IN ADDITION TO AND NOT IN


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    LIMITATION OF LESSOR'S OTHER RIGHTS AND REMEDIES, LESSEE'S FAILURE TO ABIDE BY THE TERMS
    OF THIS SECTION SHALL BE RESTRAINABLE BY INJUNCTION.

3. ENVIRONMENTAL NOTICES. LESSEE SHALL PROMPTLY SUPPLY LESSOR WITH COPIES OF ANY NOTICES,
   CORRESPONDENCE AND SUBMISSIONS MADE BY LESSEE TO OR RECEIVED BY LESSEE FROM ANY
   GOVERNMENTAL AUTHORITIES OF THE UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, THE
   UNITED STATES OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION, OR ANY OTHER LOCAL,
    STATE OR FEDERAL AUTHORITY THAT REQUIRES SUBMISSION OF ANY INFORMATION CONCERNING
    ENVIRONMENTAL MATTERS OR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS.

4. SURVIVAL. LESSEE'S LIABILITY PURSUANT TO THE TERMS OF THIS ARTICLE SHALL SURVIVE THE
   EXPIRATION OR EARLIER TERMINATION OF THIS GROUND LEASE.

SECTION 17. EVENTS OF DEFAULT BY LESSEE:

The following events shall be deemed to be an Event of Default by Lessee under this Lease:

1. Failure of lessee to do such things as lessee should do or discontinue doing which create a danger to
   or hinder aviation activities immediately upon delivery of written notice thereof to Lessee.

2. Failure of Lessee to pay any Lease Payment or any other sum payable to Lessor hereunder within 10
   days of the date that it is due.

3. Failure of Lessee to comply with any term, condition or covenant of this Lease other than the Lease
   Payment or other sum of money, within 30 days after delivery of written notice thereof to Lessee.

4. Insolvency, the making of a transfer in fraud of creditors, or the making of an assignment for the
   benefit of creditors by Lessee or any guarantor of Lessee’s obligations.

5. Filing of a petition under any section or chapter of the United States Bankruptcy Code, as amended or
   under any similar law or statute of the United States or any State thereof by Lessee or any guarantor
   of Lessee’s obligations, or adjudication as a bankrupt or insolvent in proceedings filed against Lessee
   or such guarantor.

6. Appointment of a receiver or trustee for all or substantially all of the assets of Lessee or any guarantor
   of Lessee’s obligations.

7. Abandonment by Lessee of any substantial portion of the Leased Premises or cessation of use of the
   Leased premises for the purposes leased.

SECTION 18. REMEDIES:

Upon the occurrence of any Event of Default specified in Paragraph 17 hereof, Lessor shall have the
option to pursue any one or more of the following remedies after written notice or demand:

1. Terminate this Lease, in which event Lessee shall immediately surrender the Leased Premises to
   Lessor. If Lessee fails to so surrender the Leased Premises, Lessor may, without prejudice to any
   other remedy which Lessor may have for possession of the Leased Premises or arrearages in Leas
   Payment, enter upon and take possession of the Leased Premises and expel or remove Lessee and any
   other person who may be occupying the Leased Premises or any part thereof, without being liable for
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    prosecution or any claim for damages thereof; and Lessee shall pay to Lessor on demand the amount
    of Lease Payment due hereunder as it comes due plus attorneys fees or costs incurred in obtaining
    possession of the Leased Premises, less the proceeds of any reletting.

2. Enter upon and take possession of the Leased Premises without terminating this Lease and without
   being liable for prosecution or for any claim for damages therefore, and expel or remove Lessee and
   any other party who may be occupying the Leased Premises or any part thereof. Lessor may (but
   shall not be required to) relet the Leased Premises and receive the Lease Payment therefore. Lessee
   agrees to pay to Lessor monthly or on demand from time to time any deficiency that may arise by
   reason of any such reletting. In determining the amount of such deficiency, brokerage commissions,
   attorneys’ fees, remodeling expenses and other costs of reletting shall be subtracted from the amount
   of the Lease Payment received under such reletting.

3. Enter upon the Leased Premises without terminating this Lease and without being liable for
   prosecution or for any claim for damages therefore, and do whatever Lessee is obligated to do under
   the terms of this Lease. Lessee agrees to pay Lessor on demand for all expenses, which Lessor may
   incur in thus effecting compliance with Lessee’s obligations under this Lease, together with interest
   thereon at the rate of the lesser of the maximum lawful contractual rate of interest or eighteen percent
   (18%) per annum from the date expended until paid. Lessor shall not be liable for any damages
   resulting to Lessee from such action, whether caused by negligence of Lessor or otherwise.

4. No re-entry or taking possession of the Leased Premises by Lessor shall be construed as an election
   on its part to terminate this Lease, unless a written notice of such intention be given to Lessee.
   Notwithstanding any such reletting or re-entry or taking possession, Lessor may at any time thereafter
   elect to terminate this Lease for a previous uncured Event of Default. Pursuit of any of the foregoing
   remedies shall not preclude pursuit of any of the other remedies herein provided or any other
   remedies provided by law, nor shall pursuit of any remedy herein provided constitute a forfeiture or
   waiver of any Lease Payment due to Lessor hereunder of any damages accruing to Lessor by reason
   of the violation of any of the terms, provisions and covenants herein contained. Lessor’s acceptance
   of a Lease Payment following an Event of Default hereunder shall not be construed as Lessor’s waive
   of such Event of Default. No waiver by Lessor of any violation or breach of any of the terms,
   provisions and covenants herein contained shall be deemed or construed to constitute a waiver of any
   other violation or breach of any of the terms, provisions, and covenants herein contained.
   Forbearance by Lessor to enforce one or more of the remedies herein provided upon an Event of
   Default shall not be deemed or construed to constitute a waiver of any other violation or Event of
   Default. The loss or damage that Lessor may suffer by reason of termination of this Lease or the
   deficiency from any reletting as provided for above shall include the expense of repossession and any
   repairs undertaken by the Lessor following repossession. If any of Lessee’s property (“Lessee
   Property”) remains upon the Leased Premises upon the expiration of the Term of this Lease or any
   earlier termination of this Lease or any repossession of the Leased Premises by Lessor because of
   Lessee’s default under this Lease, Lessor shall have the right to remove such Lessee Property from
   the Leased Premises and store such Lessee Property, and Lessee shall be obligated to reimburse
   Lessor for all of the costs incurred by Lessor in removing and storing such Lessee Property. Lessor
   shall not be required to release any Lessee Property to Lessee until Lessee has paid Lessor all costs
   incurred by Lessor in removing and storing such Lessee Property and all other amounts owed by
   Lessee to Lessor pursuant to this Lease, including without limitation, unpaid Lease Payments and
   costs incurred by Lessor to repair the Leased Premises.




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SECTION 18. GENERAL PROVISIONS:

1. Force Majeure - In the event performance by Lessor or the Lessor of any term, condition or covenant
   in this Lease is delayed or prevented by any Act of God, strike, lockout, shortage of material or labor,
   restriction by any governmental authority, civil riot, flood, or any other cause not within the control of
   Lessor or the Lessee, the period for performance of such term, condition or covenant shall be
   extended for a period equal to the period Lessor is so delayed or hindered.

2. Entire Agreement - This Lease embraces the entire agreement of the parties mentioned herein
   pertaining to the Leased Premises and no statement, remark, agreement, or understanding, either oral
   or written, not contained herein shall be recognized or enforced as it pertains to the Lease of the
   Leased Premises, except that this Lease may be modified by written addendum agreed to and signed
   by all pertinent parties and attached hereto.

3. Use of Terms - For the purpose of this Lease, the singular number shall include the plural and the
   masculine shall include the feminine and visa-versa, whenever this Lease so admits or requires.

4. Headings and Captions - The “Section” captions and headings are inserted solely for the convenience
   of reference and are not part of nor intended to govern, limit, or aid in the construction of any
   provision hereof.

5. Authority - The parties to this Lease hereby acknowledge and agree that they are the principals to this
   Lease and have the power, right, and authority to enter into this Lease and are not acting as an agent
   for the benefit of any third party; except that Lessor is acting on behalf of the County of Grayson.

6. Governing Law - This Lease shall be governed by the laws of the State of Texas and construed
   thereunder and venue of any action brought under this Lease shall be in Grayson County, Texas.

7. Severability - If any section, sentence or phrase entered in this Lease is held to be illegal or
   unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, such illegality or unenforceability shall not affect
   the remainder of this Lease and, to this end, the provisions of this Lease are declared to be severable.

8. Legal Fees and Expenses – In the event of any dispute or legal action relating to this Lease, the
   prevailing party shall be entitled to receive from the other party, reimbursement for reasonable
   attorney’s fees, costs and expenses incurred.


IN WITNESS WHEREOF the said Lessor and Lessee have executed this instrument as of the date set
forth above.


Lessee: Grayson County Department of                        Lessor: Grayson County, Texas
        Juvenile Services                                   ______ By Grayson County Regional Mobility
                                                                       Authority

By _______________________________                                  by___________________________
   Bill C. Bristow, Director ____________                             Mike Shahan, Director



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Lessee’s Address:                                                Lessor’s Address:

Grayson County Department of Juvenile Services                   North Texas Regional Airport
86 Dyess                                                         4700 Airport Drive
Denison, Texas 75020                                             Denison, Texas 75020

                                                                 Approved as to Form



                                                                 _______________________
                                                                 William B. Munson, Attorney




STATE OF TEXAS                §
                              §
COUNTY OF GRAYSON             §

This instrument was acknowledged before me on the _________ day of ______________, 2009, by Mike
Shahan, Director, Grayson County Regional Mobility Authority.




                                                        NOTARY PUBLIC, STATE OF TEXAS


STATE OF TEXAS                §
                              §
COUNTY OF GRAYSON             §

This instrument was acknowledged before me on the _________ day of ______________, 2009, by Bill
C. Bristow, Director, Grayson County Department of Juvenile Services.


                                                        NOTARY PUBLIC, STATE OF TEXAS




                             GRAYSON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE SERVICES
                                    GROUND LEASE MULTI-USE FACILITY
                                             JULY 1, 2009
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                                              EXHIBIT “A”


Situated in the County of Grayson, State of Texas, being a part of the Northeast Quarter and a part of the
Southeast Quarter of Section Twelve of the Subdivision of University Leagues 1, 11, 15 and 16, said
Quarter Sections Patented in the names of J. S. Teague Abstract No. 1270 and Y. S. Hughes Abstract No.
577, respectively and further being a part of that tract of land described on Attachment “B” of Indenture,
dated October 6, 1972 between The United States of America and The County of Grayson, Texas,
recorded in Volume 1231, Page 569, Deed Records, Grayson County, Texas.




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                                       GROUND LEASE MULTI-USE FACILITY
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              Walter
              Hangar




     Johnson Hangar




 North Texas Regional Airport
          Exhibit B:
       Grayson County
Department of Juvenile Services
Exhibit B-1
Exhibit B-1
                        Grayson County Juvenile Board
                                Agenda Item


AGENDA ITEM NO.              III.C.      DATE:             July 8, 2009

SUBJECT:     Review and Approve          RELATED PAGES:

Construction contract with               PRESENTED BY: Bill Bristow

Plyler Construction Company




                                      ACTION



1.    BACKGROUND INFORMATION

      During the June 3, 2009 Board meeting, Bill Bristow presented the two low
      bidders for the multi-purpose construction project. Judge Nall was given
      the approval to sign the Construction Contract with the company that met
      the bid specifications and was low bid.          After consideration and
      acceptance of the alternates, Plyler Construction was low bid. The
      architect drew up the construction contract between Plyler Construction
      and the Grayson County Juvenile Board. The contract has been reviewed
      by David Van Brunt Price, Attorney, and Jeff Schneider, Purchasing
      Agent.

2.    ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION

      It is recommended that the contract for the multi-purpose building be
      approved and Judge Nall given authorization to sign the Construction
      Contract.

3.    BOARD ACTION REQUESTED

      Approve the multi-purpose building contract with Plyler Construction
      Company.

      MOTION __________________                SECOND __________________


      For _______________________              Against ____________________
                       Grayson County Juvenile Board
                               Agenda Item



AGENDA ITEM NO.              III.D.      DATE:            July 8, 2009

SUBJECT:     Review and Approve          RELATED PAGES:

Pre- and Post-Adjudication               PRESENTED BY: Bill Bristow

Residential Rates


                                      ACTION



1.    BACKGROUND INFORMATION

      The FY 2010 residential contracts are due to be delivered to contracting
      counties no later than the end of July. Residential rates from the State
      were established on July 2, 2009.

2.    ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION

      Recommended rates are attached as an action item.

3.    BOARD ACTION REQUESTED

      Approve FY 2010 residential rates.




      MOTION __________________                SECOND __________________


      For _______________________              Against ____________________
                       Pre and Post Adjudication Facility
                                Contract Rates
                                  FY 2010


                        TJPC         Adopted Rate       TJPC         Recommended
                     Level of Care     FY 2009       Level of Care       Rate
                       FY 2009                         FY 2010          FY 2010
Pre-Adjudication               $90             $96         -                    $97
Post-Adjudication
             Basic             $90             $96             $95             $97
       Specialized            $120            $120            $127            $127
         Intensive        -               -                   $225            $225

Revenue impact range $65,000 to $73,000
                        Grayson County Juvenile Board
                                Agenda Item



AGENDA ITEM NO.           III.E.         DATE:      July 8, 2009

SUBJECT:       Amend FY 2009             RELATED PAGES:

Salary Order                             PRESENTED BY: Bill Bristow




                                   ACTION



1.    BACKGROUND INFORMATION

      To be discussed by Bill Bristow.


2.    ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION

      Approve the Amended FY 2009 Salary Order.

3.    BOARD ACTION REQUESTED

      Adopt Amended FY 2009 Salary Order.




      MOTION __________________               SECOND __________________


      For _______________________             Against ____________________
EX PARTE: Bill C. Bristow                 '              IN THE JUVENILE COURTS
Director, Grayson County                                 SITTING AS A
Department of Juvenile                    '              JUVENILE BOARD IN
Services                                                 GRAYSON COUNTY, TEXAS
                                          '

                              AMENDED SALARY ORDER


       Under the provisions of Texas Administrative Code; Title 37, Part XI of the State of
Texas, and the Board, ensuring its compliance with 343.4(c) and 344.3(c), makes the
following salary order that will commence as of the dates indicated or as of the 8th day of
July, 2009. The maximum salary per month and number of positions authorized may not
exceed:

              Director                                        $9,172.00
              Two Deputy Director                             $5,790.00
              Four Senior Juvenile Probation Officer          $4,530.00
              Eleven Juvenile Probation Officer               $4,200.00
              One JP Case Manager                             $3,855.00
              Seven Shift Supervisors                         $3,800.00
              Thirty Two Juvenile Supervision Officers        $3,686.00
              One Office Manager                              $3,600.00
              Three Secretaries                               $2,977.00
              One Food Manager                                $3,345.00
              Two Cooks                                       $2,578.00
              One Lead Nurse                                  $4,345.00
              One Maintenance                                 $2,806.00
              One Part Time Medical Staff                     $ 20.00 hr.
              Five Reserve Staff                              $ 17.00 hr.

The Director is hereby directed to certify this action to Virginia Hughes, Treasurer, and
Richey Rivers, Fiscal Officer, of the Grayson County Department of Juvenile Services for
observance.

Entered and Ordered by a vote of __ FOR, __ AGAINST and __ ABSTENTION of the
Juvenile Board of Grayson County, Texas this the 8th day of July, 2009.



                                                 _____________________________
                                                 Rayburn M. Nall, Jr., Chairman
                                                 59th District Court