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WELLINGTON — During the Oct. 13 meeting, the commissioners voted to enact a burn ban for Collingsworth Coun- ty effective immediately.
Those present included County Judge John James presiding; Elmer Keller, Commissioner Pct. 1; James Ellis, Com- missioner Pct. 2; Kirby Campbell, Com- missioner Pct. 4; Jackie Johnson, County Clerk; Gina Harris, County Treasurer; Kent Riley, Sheriff; Tal Henard, Road Administrator, and Epifanio Castillo, Jr., MSG (Retired) VSO. Also attending was Tyson Myers with Windstream.
The commissioners accepted a bid for fuel from Quanah Oil for year 2020-2021, approved the Road and Bridge Report and are looking at a phone service contract with Windstream.
The commissioners approved a resolu- tion to apply for a county grant for Home Delivered Meals and approved the early payoff of Precinct 2 motor grader.
The commissioners approved the fol- lowing claims – Collingsworth County, Consolidated Law Enforcement and Home Delivered Meals and approved the following reports – Justice of the Peace, County Tax Collector, Sheriff, County- District Clerk, Chief Appraiser, County Treasurer, Precinct and Committee, Road Administrator and Veterans Service Of- ficer.