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					      BRAZORIA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS’ COURT
                             VOLUME 38 PAGE 109

                      SPECIAL SESSION - JULY 24, 1995


       BE IT REMEMBERED THAT ON THIS THE 24th day of July, 1995,
there was begun and holden a Special Session of Commissioners’ Court
with the following members present:

          JOHN WILLY, COUNTY CLERK
          RONNIE BROADDUS, COMMISSIONER, PRECINCT NO. 1
            JAMES D. “JIM” CLAWSON, COMMISSIONER, PRECINCT NO. 2
            BILLY JOE PLASTER, COMMISSIONER, PRECINCT NO. 3
            JACK PATTERSON, COMMISSIONER, PRECINCT NO. 4
            DOLLY BAILEY, COUNTY CLERK

and the following proceedings were had:

ORDER NO. 1      RE: CONVENING SPECIAL SESSION COMMISSIONERS’
                   COURT

      Judge Willy convened this Special Session of Commissioners’ Court at
9:00 A. M. by giving the invocation.

ORDER NO. 2 RE: APPROVING PREVIOUS COMMISSIONERS’ COURT MINUTES

       Motion by Commissioner Broaddus, seconded by Commissioner Plaster
that the Commissioners’ Court Minutes dated July 10, 1995 be approved as
presented.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 3 RE: APPROVAL OF BRAZORIA COUNTY PARKS
                DEPARTMENT MONTHLY REPORT-JUNE, 1995*


       Motion by Commissioner Patterson, seconded by Commissioner
Broaddus
that the following action be taken by the Court:

Approval of Brazoria County Parks Department Monthly Report - June 1995.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 4 RE: COLLECTIONS REPORT OF TAX OFFICE FOR
                MAY 1995*

       Motion by Commissioner Clawson, seconded by Commissioner Plaster
that the Collections Report of Brazoria County Tax Office for the month of May,
1995 be approved.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.
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                      SPECIAL SESSION - JULY 24, 1995




ORDER NO. 6 RE: BID - PERIODICALS TO THE LIBRARY*

       Motion by Commissioner Plaster, seconded by Commissioner Clawson
that upon the recommendation of the Bid Committee, the bid to furnish
Periodicals to the Library be awarded to National Organization Service, of Des
Moines, Iowa, for a 13.2% discount.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 7 RE: PROPOSAL - MICROCOMPUTERS*

       Motion by Commissioner Clawson, seconded by Commissioner Patterson
that upon recommendation of the Bid Committee, the proposals to furnish
Microcomputers be rejected.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 8 RE: ENGAGEMENT OF AUDIT SERVICE

       Motion by Commissioner Patterson, seconded by Commissioner Clawson
that the engagement of Finley and Neal, CPA’s for audit service for Fiscal Year
ended September 30, 1995 be approved.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 9 RE: AMENDMENT TO PLAN DOCUMENT - HEALTH
               BENEFITS*

       Motion by Commissioner Plaster, seconded by Commissioner Clawson
that the amendment to the Plan Document for Brazoria County Health Benefits
be approved and the County Judge be authorized to execute same.

(See Pages 111A-111B)

Motion carried, all present voting aye.
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                         SPECIAL SESSION - JULY 24, 1995



ORDER NO. 10 RE: CONTRACT WITH BRAZOSPORT HEALTH
               NETWORK*

       Motion by Commissioner Plaster, seconded by Commissioner Clawson
that the contract with Brazosport Health Network be approved and the County
Judge be authorized to execute same.

(See Pages 112A-112AA)

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 11 RE: LINE-ITEM TRANSFER: FY 1995

       Motion by Commissioner Plaster, seconded by Commissioner Clawson
that the Brazoria County General Fund and Special R&B Projects Fund activity
items listed in the detail below be amended in accordance with Local
Government Code 111.011. FY 1995:

 1.   100          403          310          (200)
      100          403          509           200

 2.   100          499          413          (4000)
      100          499          390           300
      100          499          426           2000

      100          499          428           1700

 3.   100          503          336           500
      100          503          338           500
      100          503          503          (1000)

 4.   250          623          550         (18000)
      250          623          450          18000

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 12 RE: PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING REGULATORY SIGNS
            PRECINCT 1, 2, & 4

       Motion by Commissioner Clawson, seconded by Commissioner Broaddus
that the following action be taken by the Court:

That the public hearing be opened to consider regulatory signs
to be posted in Precinct 1, 2 and 4.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.
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                       SPECIAL SESSION - JULY 24, 1995


ORDER NO.       13 RE: CLOSE PUBLIC HEARING TO
                    REGULATORY SIGNS

       Motion by Commissioner Patterson, seconded by Commissioner Clawson
that the public hearing be closed to consider regulatory signs to
be posted in Precinct 1, 2 and 4.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 14 RE: ORDER REGARDING REGULATORY SIGNS
             PRECINCT 1, 2, and 4

       Motion by Commissioner Clawson, seconded by Commissioner Patterson
that the following action be taken by the Court:

That after a public hearing held this date to receive public
comment, the following regulatory signs are hereby authorized to
be posted in Precinct 1 and 2 and 4.

PRECINCT 1

C.R. 505      - ONE SPEED LIMIT SIGN OF 40 MPH POSTED ON C.R. 505,
              APPROXIMATELY 150' NORTHEAST OF C.R. 809, FACING
              NORTHEAST FOR SOUTHWEST BOUND TRAFFIC.

              ONE SPEED LIMIT SIGN OF 40 MPH POSTED ON C.R. 505,
              APPROXIMATELY 1 MILE SOUTHWEST OF C.R. 809, FACING
              SOUTHWEST FOR NORTHEAST BOUND TRAFFIC.

              CHANGE ONE YIELD SIGN TO ONE STOP SIGN POSTED ON
              C.R. 505, APPROXIMATELY 10' SOUTHWEST OF C.R. 809,
              FACING SOUTHWEST FOR NORTHEAST BOUND TRAFFIC.

PRECINCT 2

C.R. 648      - ONE STOP SIGN POSTED ON C.R. 648, APPROXIMATELY 12'
              NORTHWEST OF C.R. 74, FACING NORTHWEST FOR
              SOUTHEAST BOUND TRAFFIC.

              ONE STOP SIGN POSTED ON C.R. 648, APPROXIMATELY 12'
              SOUTHEAST OF C.R. 74, FACING SOUTHEAST FOR
              NORTHWEST BOUND TRAFFIC.

C.R. 648P     - ONE STOP SIGN POSTED ON C.R. 648P, APPROXIMATELY 12'
              NORTH OF C.R. 648Q, FACING NORTH FOR SOUTH BOUND
              TRAFFIC

              ONE STOP SIGN POSTED ON C.R. 648P, APPROXIMATELY 12'
              SOUTH OF C.R. 648Q, FACING SOUTH FOR NORTH BOUND
              TRAFFIC.

PRECINCT 4
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C.R. 718      - ONE SPEED LIMIT SIGN OF 40 MPH POSTED ON C.R.
              718, APPROXIMATELY 50' NORTHEAST OF F.M. 1459, FACING
              SOUTHWEST FOR NORTHEAST BOUND TRAFFIC.

C.R. 724      - ONE SPEED LIMIT SIGN OF 30 MPH POSTED ON C.R. 724,
              APPROXIMATELY 50' WEST OF S.H. 36 FACING EAST FOR
              WEST BOUND TRAFFIC.

              ONE SPEED LIMIT SIGN OF 30 MPH POSTED ON C.R. 724,
              APPROXIMATELY 50' SOUTH OF C.R. 799, FACING NORTH FOR
              SOUTH BOUND TRAFFIC.

C.R. 939      - ONE SPEED LIMIT SIGN OF 25 MPH POSTED ON C.R. 939,
              APPROXIMATELY 300' NORTHWEST OF C.R. 332, FACING
              SOUTHEAST FOR NORTHWEST BOUND TRAFFIC.

              ONE SPEED LIMIT SIGN OF 25 MPH POSTED ON C.R. 939,
              APPROXIMATELY 300' SOUTHEAST OF THE END OF THE
              ROAD, FACING NORTHWEST FOR SOUTHEAST BOUND
              TRAFFIC.

              ONE SPEED LIMIT SIGN OF 25 MPH POSTED ON C.R. 939,
              APPROXIMATELY 1240' FROM EACH END OF THE ROAD, ONE
              FACING NORTHWEST AND ONE FACING SOUTHEAST FOR
              TRAFFIC TRAVELING IN BOTH DIRECTIONS.

Further, that a certified copy of this Order be sent to the Sheriff of Brazoria County,
Department of Public Safety, each Precinct Office and the County Engineer's
Office.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 15 RE: APPROVAL OF WEST WINDS SUBDIVISION
            FINAL PLAT - PRECINCT 1

       Motion by Commissioner Broaddus, seconded by Commissioner Plaster
that the following action be taken by the Court:

That the final plat of the West Winds Subdivision, a subdivision of 50.673 acres of
land being out of the Farms Of Texas Company Land Parcel #34, Tract #1, Vol.
1769, Page 350, Deed Records of Brazoria County, Texas in the Stephen F.
Austin Survey, Abstract 37, Brazoria County, Texas be approved for filing for
record at the expense of the owners.

Further, that no bond or letter of credit is required as the subdivision does not
contain any new roads.

Said plat is accompanied by current tax certificates from the Brazoria County Tax
Office and the Alvin Consolidated Tax office and the Certificate of Ownership from
the Brazoria County Abstract Company.

Further that a copy of this Order be furnished to the County Engineer.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.
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ORDER NO.       16 RE: BUDGET AMENDMENTS - PRECINCT 2

       Motion by Commissioner Clawson, seconded by Commissioner Broaddus
that the following action be taken by the Court:


That the following budget amendment for Precinct 2 be approved as follows:



ACCOUNT              ITEM                                  DEBIT             CREDIT
NUMBER
150-612-312          COMPUTER SOFTWARE                     250.00
150-612-336          BOOKS/SUPPLEMENTS                     200.00
150-612-415          GARBAGE SERVICE                                          450.00
150-612-420          TELEPHONE                           1,000.00
150-612-421          PAGER SERVICE                                            115.40
150-612-422          MOBIL UNITS                                              884.60
150-612-425          PUBLIC TRANS.                         500.00
150-612-428          MEALS/LODGING                                             500.00
150-612-454          AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS                                      5,000.00
150-612-509          OFFICE EQUIPMENT                    5,000.00

                                                         6,950.00            6,950.00

Further, that a certified copy of this Order be sent to the Precinct Office, the
County Auditor's Office and the County Engineer's Office.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 17       RE: AWARD OF BID FOR ONE OR MORE NEW CURRENT
                    MODEL TWO WHEEL DRIVE TRACTOR WITH BOOM
                    MOWER

       Motion by Commissioner Patterson, seconded by Commissioner Plaster
that the following action be taken by the Court:

That upon recommendation of the bid committee, the bid for one or more current
model two wheel drive tractor with boom mower be awarded to Lansdowne-Moody
Co. Inc., 8445 I10 E. Freeway, Houston, Texas 77029 for a total price of
$35,813.68 per unit.

Further, that a certified copy of this order be sent to Lansdowns-Moody Co., Inc.
and the County Engineer's Office.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.
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ORDER NO. 18 RE: INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF
               DANBURY

       Motion by Commissioner Clawson, seconded by Commissioner Broaddus
that the following action be taken by Court:

        1.    Pursuant to V.A.T.S. Article 2352j and the Interlocal Cooperation
Act, V.T.C.A. Gov. Code Sec. 791.001 et seq., the Interlocal Agreement with the
City of Danbury to remove materials from a demolition site within that city is hereby
approved.

        2.     The County Judge is authorized to sign the above-referenced
interlocal Agreement on behalf of the County.

      3.  A certified copy of this order shall be forwarded to the County
Engineer.
(SEE PAGES 116A-116B).

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 19 RE: LEAVE OF ABSENCE LIBRARY EMPLOYEE

       Motion by Commissioner Plaster, seconded by Commissioner Clawson
that upon the recommendation of Steve L. Brown, Library Director, Brazoria
County, a request for a Leave of Absence without pay be granted for employee
Dorothy Hunter. This leave is in accordance with the Brazoria County Family
Leave Act of 1993, that was enacted August 5, 1993. This leave is to begin on
July 3, 1995 thru July 27, 1995. Accrued sick leave and vacation has been used.

This person has been a salaried employee since December 1, 1967.

This employee while on leave is considered a member of the Brazoria County
Health Insurance Program and is entitled to the benefits and privileges offered in
the group with all required premiums to be paid by the Employer.

The employee is responsible for contacting the Treasurer’s Office regarding
other County benefits and premiums that may be due.

Further, that a certified copy of this Order be sent to the Brazoria County
Treasurer.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.
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ORDER NO. 20 RE: APPROVAL OF BRAZORIA COUNTY JUVENILE
                 ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL*

       Motion by Commissioner Broaddus, seconded by Commissioner Plaster
that the following action be taken by the Court:

Approval of Brazoria County Juvenile Alternative School.

(See Pages 117A-117-P)

Motion carried, all present voting aye

ORDER NO. 21 RE: APPROVAL OF APPLICATION FOR GRANT FOR
               GRANT FOR BRAZORIA COUNTY JUVENILE
               ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL*

       Motion by Commissioner Broaddus, seconded by Commissioner
Patterson
that the following action be taken by the Court:

Approval of Application for Grant for Brazoria County Juvenile Alternative
School.

(See Pages 117Q-117BB).

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 22 RE: AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A LETTER OF
                 INTEREST IN APPLYING FOR $4 MILLION FOR
                 CONSTRUCTION FUNDS FOR NEW BRAZORIA
                 COUNTY JUVENILE FACILITY*

       Motion by Commissioner Patterson, seconded by Commissioner Clawson
that the following action be taken by the Court:

Authorization to enter into a letter of interest in applying for $4 Million for
Construction Funds for new Brazoria County Juvenile Facility.
(SEE PAGES 117CC-117EE).

Motion carried, all present voting aye.
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ORDER NO. 23        RE:  APPOINTMENT OF    ELECTION JUDGES,
                    ALTERNATE ELECTION JUDGES AND VOTING
                    LOCATIONS*

       Motion by Commissioner Plaster, seconded by Commissioner Clawson
that the following list of Election Judges, Alternate Election Judges and Voting
Locations as recommended by the County Clerk be approved as follows:

(See Pages 118A-118N).

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 24        RE: APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION HONORING WAVERLY
                        JEFFERSON, JR., BRAZORIA COUNTY EXTENSION
                        AGENT

       Motion by Commissioner Clawson, seconded by Commissioner Broaddus
that the following action be taken by the Court:

Approval of Resolution recognizing Waverly Jefferson, Jr., Brazoria County
Extension Agent.

(See Page 118 0)

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO.      25    RE: APPROVAL OF EXPENSES FOR WAVERLY
                    JEFFERSON, JR, BRAZORIA COUNTY
                    EXTENSION AGENT TO ATTEND THE
                    NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY
                    AGRICULTURAL AGENTS CONVENTION
                    AUGUST 20-24, 1995, IN BLOOMINGTON,
                    MINNESOTA

       Motion by Commissioner Patterson, seconded by Commissioner Plaster
that the following action be taken by the Court:

Approval of expenses for Waverly Jefferson, Jr., Brazoria County Extension
Agent to attend the National Association of County Agricultural Agents
Convention August 20-24, 1995, in Bloomington, Minnesota, as follows:
Note: Mr. Jefferson is to receive the Distinguished Service Award, the most
prestigious award that can be earned by a County Extension Agent.

      Motion and second amended by Commissioners Patterson and Plaster
that
approval of expenses to include mileage, hotel and meals.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.
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ORDER NO. 26 RE:   ORDER OPENING PUBLIC HEARING ON TAX
              ABATEMENT APPLICATION OF SCHENECTADY
              INTERNATIONAL, INC.

       Motion by Commissioner Broaddus, seconded by Commissioner
Patterson
that the following action be taken by the Court:

1. The Public Hearing on the Tax Abatement Application of Schenectady
International, Inc. is hereby OPENED for presentation of comment for or against
the proposed tax abatement.
Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 27          RE: ORDER CLOSING PUBLIC HEARING ON TAX
                       ABATEMENT APPLICATION OF SCHENECTADY
                       INTERNATIONAL, INC.

       Motion by Commissioner Clawson, seconded by Commissioner Broaddus
that the following action be taken by the Court:

1. The public hearing on the tax abatement application of Schenectady
International, Inc. is hereby CLOSED.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 28        RE: SCHENECTADY INTERNATIONAL, INC.
                   TAX ABATEMENT APPLICATION

       Motion by Commissioner Broaddus, seconded by Commissioner
Patterson
that the following action be taken by the Court:

That the application for tax abatement of Schenectady International, Inc. be
granted in accordance with the Guidelines and Criteria for Granting Tax
Abatement in a Reinvestment Zone created in Brazoria County; that the subject
location described be designated a reinvestment zone for tax abatement
purposes in accordance with the guidelines and criteria of Brazoria County and
applicable law; and further, that the County Judge is authorized to execute a tax
abatement with Schenectady International, Inc. in accordance with the same
guidelines and criteria.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 29         RE: ORDER OPENING PUBLIC HEARING ON
                      TAX ABATEMENT APPLICATION OF THE
                    DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY

       Motion by Commissioner Clawson, seconded by Commissioner Patterson
that the following action be taken by the Court:

1. The public hearing on the tax abatement application of the Dow Chemical
Company is hereby Opened for presentation of comment for or against the
proposed tax abatement.
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Motion carried, all present voting aye.
ORDER NO. 30 RE: ORDER CLOSING PUBLIC HEARING ON
                    TAX ABATEMENT APPLICATION OF THE
                    DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY

       Motion by Commissioner Clawson, seconded by Commissioner Plaster
that the following action be taken by the Court:

1. The public hearing on the tax abatement application of the Dow Chemical
Company is hereby Closed.

Motion carried, all present voting aye except Commissioner Broaddus voting
“No”.

ORDER NO.      31    RE: THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY TAX
                    ABATEMENT APPLICATION (NEW
                    MANUFACTURING) ORDER GRANTING
                    TAX ABATEMENT*

       Motion by Commissioner Clawson, seconded by Commissioner Patterson
that the following action be taken by the Court:

That the application for tax abatement of THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY be
granted in accordance with the Guidelines and Criteria for Granting Tax
Abatement in a Reinvestment Zone created in Brazoria County; that the subject
location described in the application be designated a reinvestment zone for tax
abatement purposes in accordance with the guidelines and criteria of Brazoria
County and applicable law; and further, that the County Judge is authorized to
execute a tax abatement with THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY in accordance
with the same
guidelines and criteria.

Motion carried, all present voting aye except Commissioner Broaddus voting
”No”.

ORDER NO. 32        RE: APPROVAL OF BRAZORIA COUNTY
                    COURTHOUSE HOLIDAYS FOR 1996

       Motion by Commissioner Clawson, seconded by Commissioner Plaster
that the following action be taken by the Court:

Approval of Brazoria County Courthouse Holidays for 1996, as follows:
MONDAY              JANUARY 1                NEW YEAR’S DAY
MONDAY              FEBRUARY 19              PRESIDENT’S DAY
FRIDAY              MARCH 1                  INDEPENDENCE DAY
FRIDAY              APRIL 5                  GOOD FRIDAY
FRIDAY              APRIL 19                 SAN JACINTO DAY
MONDAY              MAY 27                   MEMORIAL DAY
THURSDAY            JULY 4                   INDEPENDENCE DAY
MONDAY              SEPTEMBER 2              LABOR DAY
MONDAY              NOVEMBER 11              VETERAN’S DAY
THURSDAY            NOVEMBER 28              THANKSGIVING
FRIDAY              NOVEMBER 29              THANKSGIVING
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TUESDAY               DECEMBER 24               CHRISTMAS
WEDNESDAY             DECEMBER 25       CHRISTMAS
Motion carried, all present voting aye.
ORDER NO. 33 RE: AVIATION FUEL - MOSQUITO CONTROL

       Motion by Commissioner Clawson, seconded by Commissioner Patterson
that the Brazoria County Mosquito Control be allowed to purchase aviation fuel
at the same cost paid by the airport. These charges will continue to be billed
monthly.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 34       RE: APPROVAL OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN
                   THE GULF COAST CENTER OF GALVESTON
                    AND BRAZORIA COUNTY - SEPTEMBER 1,
                   1995 THRU AUGUST 31, 1996*

       Motion by Commissioner Plaster, seconded by Commissioner Clawson
that the following action be taken by the Court:

Approval of Agreement between The Gulf Coast Center of Galveston and
Brazoria County for the term of September 1, 1995 through August 31, 1996.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 35 RE: USE OF VAN - BRAZORIA COUNTY MUSEUM

       Motion by Commissioner Clawson, seconded by Commissioner Patterson
that the Brazoria County Museum be authorized to use the van assigned to Data
Processing and the van assigned to the “Commissioners’ Court Pool” on
September 9 and 16, 1995.

These vans will be used to transport participants in the Brazoria County
Historical Museum Oregon trip to and from Intercontinental Airport. Only
Brazoria County employees are permitted to drive these vehicles.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.

ORDER NO. 36 RE: REVISED BRAZORIA COUNTY PARKS
                MASTER PLAN UPDATE*

       Motion by Commissioner Patterson, seconded by Commissioner
Broaddus
that the Brazoria County Parks Master Plan Update be approved as presented.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.
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ORDER NO. 37 RE: TEXAS PARKS AND                  WILDLIFE GRANT
                APPLICATION*

       Motion by Commissioner Broaddus, seconded by Commissioner
Patterson
that Brazoria County, upon the recommendation of the Board of Park
Commissioners’ adopt the Resolution to apply for matching funds from the Texas
Parks and Wildlife to develop a Regional County Park.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.


       At 10:25 A. M. Commissioners Court held a closed meeting with all
members of the Court present pursuant to V. T. C. A. Government Code,
Chapter 551, Subchapter D; Texas Government Code, Sect. 551.071. At 11:15
A. M.
Commissioners’ Court was again in open session with all members present and
no action was taken. Commissioners’ Court was adjourned at 11:20 A. M.

ORDER NO. 38 RE: ADJOURNING SPECIAL SESSION COMMISSIONERS’
                COURT

        Motion by Commissioner Plaster, seconded by Commissioner Patterson
that this Special Session of Commissioners’ Court be adjourned.

Motion carried, all present voting aye.


                                  _________________________________
                                   JUDGE JOHN WILLY

ATTEST:
DOLLY BAILEY, COUNTY CLERK
BRAZORIA COUNTY, TEXAS
EX-OFFICIO MEMBER COMMISSIONERS’ COURT

By                                 Deputy

				
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