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By Bev Odom / The Red River Sun—
WELLINGTON — The Commissioners Court of Collingsworth County continues to waive the burn ban in 30-day increments as of its Jan. 11 meeting.
In other recent business, the commissioners voted to to approve District Attorney Luke Inman’s 2019-2020 Chapter 59 Asset Forfeiture Report. They also accepted a Windstream phone contract and approved paying election workers $8 per hour.
County Judge John James has been appointed by the commissioners as a director for Panhandle Regional Housing Finance Corporation.
County holidays for 2021 will be kept the same as 2020. In the event that a holiday occurs on the weekend, the courthouse will close on the proceeding Friday or the following Monday, whichever is deemed appropriate. Should a holiday occur on the day of commissioners court, the meeting will be postponed until the next day.
Routine claims were approved for Collingsworth County, Consolidated Law Enforcement and Home Delivered Meals. In addition, commissioners 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 Officer.