Commissioners Court consists of four commissioners and a county judge. They are the chief policy-making and administrative branch of county government. Among their many functions, the court sets the property tax rate, determines fees for many county services, and decides how the collected revenues will be distributed to provide services to the community.
The County Clerk is responsible for keeping the court minutes and records. These records date back to 1839. The County Clerk is represented by the Commissioners Court Specialist or a County Clerk Deputy at all meetings of the court.
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March 21, 2023
This is not an official record of the Commissioners Court meeting.
(Approved without Discussion)
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