The Pecos County Commissioners’ Court met in regular session on Aug. 4.
The commissioners approved standard contract extensions between the county and Permian Basin Community Centers. The court also accepted their agreement with Permian Basin Regional Planning Commission, as well as Precinct 4’s tower lease with Direct Bytes, LLC.
The 2018 Sheriffs’ and Constables’ fees were approved, along with a resolution authorizing the submission of a performance statement amendment to TxCDBG’s contract. The court also approved a $250 donation to the Imperial Library and revised the 83 District Attorney’s budget to transfer funds from one job title to another.
The court approved ORYX’s request to build two temporary access driveways along Tipton road. They also approved the purchase of software from RVS Software Utility Billing Systems for the county to use to bill for water and garbage services. An agreement between the county and TERRA Oilfield Services for a temporary water line was accepted.
The court agreed to abandon a road easement adjacent to tracts 14 through 19, Fort Stockton Irrigated Lands. Forty-second Ln. was an improved paved road and provides access to all of the property involved.