3-17-15 Minutes

THE COMMISSIONERS COURT *
McLENNAN COUNTY
*
THE STATE OF TEXAS *
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, in accordance with the Government Code, Chapter 551,( known as the Open Meetings Act), as amended, a
special
meeting
of
Commissioners' Court,
the governing
body
of
McLennan
County,
will
be held
on
Tuesday,
the
17th
day of March, 2015 at
9: 00 a. m. in the Commissioners' Courtroom, 1St Floor, West Wing, McLennan County Courthouse, City of Waco, Texas, at which time, the
subjects below will be considered.
AGENDA
I.
PROOF OF POSTING OF NOTICE in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 551. 041, Government Code, as amended, known as
the Open Meetings Act.
II.
A MOMENT OF SILENCE/ INVOCATION; PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
III. CONSIDERATION OF, AND/ OR ACTION ON, THE FOLLOWING:
A. APPROVAL/ RATIFICATION OF PROCLAMATION/ RESOLUTIONS
1.
B.
Proclamation Declaring April 7th, 2015 as National Service Recognition Day
HEARING FROM MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ON COUNTY BUSINESS MATTERS
C.
ITEMS PREVIOUSLY DEFERRED
D.
RIGHT OF WAY PURCHASE, USE, CONVEYANCE and/ or CONDEMNATION: Authorization/ Action on: Expansion/ Repair
Projects including, but not limited to: Easements/ Offers/ Contracts to Purchase ROW; Contracts for Sale; Contracts re: Appraisal /
Surveying Services, ROW Acquisition / Sale; Authorization for Legal Counsel re: Eminent Domain / Condemnation Proceedings,
Execution of Legal Documents
E.
REGARDING COUNTY PROPERTY and/or CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS: Renovations, Repairs, Indemnification Regarding
Cleaning/ Maintenance Projects, Space Allocations/ Furnishings/ Equipment/ Architectural Services/ Invoices/ Approval of Pay
Applications/ Change Orders/ Contracts / Lease Agreements/ Certifications of Substantial Completion / Authorizations Regarding
Sale/ Lease/ Acquisition or Property
1.
F.
Discussion and/ or Action regarding Appraisal Report: Bridgewood Properties( re: Former Justice of the Peace Office, Precinct 2)
AUTHORIZATIONS RE: CONTRACTS/ LEASE AGREEMENTS/ INTERLOCAL AGREEMENTS:
1.
Economic Development
a.
2.
G.
Waco- McLennan
County
Economic Development Corporation ( WMCEDC):
Authorization of Agreements; Consultant
Services; Proposed Projects/ Program Project Agreements/ Addendums/ Pay Apps
1)
Regarding the Program Project Agreement with T Squared Manufacturing, Inc.: Authorization of Final Draw Request
Authorization of Interlocal Cooperation Agreement: City of Hallsburg
REGARDING THE COUNTY BUDGET: Amendments /
Requests for Amendments and related Certification of Additional
Revenue, if applicable, Expenditure Requests, Other Budgetary Requests
1.
Regarding the FY 15 Budget:
H.
a.
Budget Updates/ Status Reports from County Auditor, as necessary
b.
Human Resources
c.
Economic Development
d.
Road&
Bridge: Expenditure Authorization( re: Mailbox Replacement)
COUNTY SHERIFF / JAIL / CRIMINAL JUSTICE ISSUES (
Orders,
Pay
Apps, Repairs/
Renovations/
County Operated / Privately Operated Jail Facilities): Change
Personnel / Salary Matters/ Updated Reports / Equipment
Infrastructure Improvements/
Purchases/ RFP' s; Authorization of Contracts/ Agreements/ Amendments
I.
HEART O' TEXAS FAIR/ EXTRACO EVENTS CENTER: Authorization
Agreements / Contract Addendums / Change Orders / Extensions;
HOT Fair, Equipment / Supplies; Authorizations
re:
Property
Purchases, Plans &
re:
Contracts / Professional Services/
Lease / Rental
Transactions / Deeds, Insurance, Surveys / Proposals /
Specifications, Construction, Operations, Pay Apps, Bids /
RFP' s; Repairs/ Renovations, Expenditure Authorizations, related matters
1.
Regarding the Moisture Intrusion/ Exterior Envelope Renovations/ Repairs to the Extraco Events Center:
Structural Engineering Services- Winton Engineering: Authorization of Change Orders/ Payment Requests, Acceptance of
a.
Reports, Updates, related matters
b.
ARC
Roofing
Agreement: Authorization
of
Change Orders /
Work Orders /
Additional Services /
Addendums, Updates,
related matters
J.
GRANTS / PROPOSALS / SPECIAL PROJECTS: Authorization
K.
BIDS/ RFP' S/
L.
CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS:
of
Grant Applications / Contracts / Grants, Administration &
Reporting Matters/ Consulting Services/ Pay Apps/ Change Orders/ Bids/ Invoices/ related Legal Matters/ Documents
RFQ' S/ QUOTATIONS for GOODS & SERVICES, including Recording of Vendor HB 914 Conflict Disclosure
Statements, if applicable
1.
Reading/ Approval of Previous Meeting Minutes: Acceptance of Amendments/ Supplements/ Corrections; Recording into the
Court Minutes of Previously Approved Documents, Items Not Requiring Court Action, HB 914 Conflict Disclosure Statements,
as applicable
Recording of Order Reappointing County Auditor of McLennan County
Financial Obligations ofMcLennan County:
a.
Authorization for Co. Treasurer to Pay County Checks/ Wire/ Electronic Transfers Issued Since the Last Authorization
b.
County Treasurer: Interest/ Investment Reports/ Authorizations/ Recording of McLennan County Investment Policy/
a.
2.
Acknowledgement Forms/ Pooled Cash Account Balance Reports
3.
Human Resources/ Salary Matters: Benefits/ Status Forms/ Revisions to Salary Schedules; Authorizations Regarding Human
Resources
Issues /
Revisions to Human Resources Policies; Compensation /
Classification Issues /
Personnel Reviews /
Reclassifications, Administrative Guidelines; Consultant Reports, Recommendations, Job Descriptions/ Postings
4.
Authorizations /
Ratifications
re:
RFP' s
/
RFQ' s /
Bids /
Advertisements /
Publications /
Public Notices /
Sole Source
Determinations/ Surplus/ Scrap Property Determinations/ Recording ofLegal Notifications
a.
5.
a.
Tradinghouse Lake/ Park
b.
County Sheriff
District Attorney
c.
6.
Authorization of Advertisements for RFQs/ Bids/ RFP' s/ Public Notices
Travel and/or Education Requests/ Ratifications:
Staff/ Organization Reports / Updates; Policy
County
Programs; Recording of Educational or Insurance
Certificates/ Awards/ Bonds/ Recording of Conflict Disclosure Statements, Presentations to the Court
a.
Texas A& M AgriLife Extension Services: Monthly Activity Reports, February 2015
Archives: Quarterly Activity Report, December 2014— February 2015
b.
c.
Health Services Department: Monthly Activity Reports, February 2015
d.
Information Technology: Monthly Activity Reports, February 2015
Health Benefits Plan Manager: Monthly Activity Reports, January— February 2015
e.
Acceptance /
Non Acceptance of Officials /
Recommendations; Reports
Agenda
continued on page
2
relative
to
County
Department Heads /
Contracts/
Agreements/
Agenda continued from page 1
L.
Consent Agenda Items continued:
7.
Commissioners Court, Discussion on, Consideration of and/ or Action on:
Ratification of Purchase/ Designation of Authorized Purchaser:
a.
b.
Authorization re: Burn Ban in the Unincorporated Areas of McLennan County
Approval of Documents related to the Issuance of Bonds by Tarrant County Cultural Education Facilities Finance
Corporation for the Purpose of Financing or Refinancing Certain Health Facilities Located within the Boundaries of the
c.
County of McLennan,
Texas for the Benefit
of
Baylor Scott&
White Holdings as Required by Section 147( f) of the Internal
Revenue Code of 1986
M. COMMISSIONERS
COURT
WORK
SESSION:
Information
Gathering, Discussions,
Status
Reports /
Updates
and/ or
Presentations on any or all of the items listed below ( no action will be taken by the Court on items presented in this part of the
meeting): Discussion/ Suggestions Regarding: Future Work Session Items
1.
Discussion re: Criminal Justice Issues: Updates regarding the Electronic Monitoring Program, including Discussion on
Expanded Program Services/ Coordinating the McLennan County Criminal Justice System/ Criminal Justice Process/ Creation
of a
Criminal Justice Work
Defense Departments /
Group/ Discussion
Pretrial Services /
Utilization/ DARE Program/ Public Nuisance
2.
on
Ways to Control the Jail Population / Jail Magistrate / Bail Bonds / Indigent
Mental Health Courts / Courthouse Security /
Veterans &
Video Conferencing
Reporting& Enforcement Process, related matters
Discussion re: Capital Expenditures: including Discussion Regarding the Time Schedule for Capital Outlay/ Recommendations
from the Finance Committee Regarding the Spending Policy/ Equipment Financing, related matters
3.
Discussion
County Property: including
re:
Discussion
Regarding
Space
Availability &
Utilization of County Buildings,
Utilization Planning, Consultant, Joint Facilities Master Plan or Study/ Updates re: Maintenance at Hwy 6 or Downtown Jail /
Maintenance at Tradinghouse Lake/Park/ Rules for Tradinghouse Lake/ Park/ Recommendations from Tradinghouse Lake/ Park
Advisory Committee /
Road
Shredding
Near Tradinghouse Lake/ Park /
Property Casualty
Insurance /
Discussion re: Space
Availability, Records, Policies, and Upcoming Renewal/ Bid relative to Restland Cemetery and/or Rosemound Cemetery/ Extraco
Events Center ( Heart
of
Texas Coliseum) Moisture Intrusion Investigation / Themis Statue /
Old County Garage and Matters
Related Thereto
4.
Discussion re: Texas Department of Transportation: including Discussion re: Rural/ Public Transportation, related matters
5.
Discussion re: the County Burn Ban
6.
Discussion re: McLennan County Group Health Plan: including Discussion re: Expansion of Access of Medical Facilities /
7.
Discussion
8.
Discussion re: Prosper Waco: including but not limit to: Future Funding/ Board Appointment
Discussion re: County Office Closings: including Weather Related Office Closures
Shared Clinic/ Employee Incentive Programs, related matters
9.
re:
North&
East County Judges and Commissioners Association Conference
IV. Executive Session: A closed meeting will be held pursuant to:
A. Section 551. 072 of the Government Code ( V.C.T.A.): Regarding
Acquisitions
re:
Expansion /
Repair Project/ s;
and/ or (
2)
Real
Property, including, but
Real Estate Purchase /
Sale /
not
Transfer /
limited
Trade /
to: (
1) Right- Of-Way
Offers to Purchase,
Acquisition/ Value/ Donations of Real Property/ Leases relative to Real Property, including, but not limited to, Potential Properties
for Use
B.
by County/
Public Facilities&
Valuation of Current Property for Trade or Sale
Section 551. 071 of the Government Code ( V.C. T.A.): so that the Commissioners Court can seek and receive legal advice from its
attorneys regarding pending or threatened litigation, settlement offers, claims, or other matters for which the attorneys' duties to their
client under the Texas State Bar Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct Conflicts with the Open Meetings Act ( Ch. 55I, Gov.
Code) if necessary for a subject contained on this agenda, and with regard to Department of Justice ADA Compliance Review, Claim
for Damage to Property in Right-of-Way.
C.
Section 551. 074 of
the
Government Code ( V.C. T.A.):
Regarding Personnel Matters including but not limited to: Interviews of and
Deliberation of Duties, Evaluation, Employment, and/ or Appointment of a Public Officer or Personnel Regarding Applicants for
Director of Human Resources
D.
Section 551. 087 of the Government Code ( V.C.T.A.): Regarding Economic Development Negotiations including, but not limited to
1) Discussion of Commercial / Financial Information Received from a Business Prospect/ s; ( 2) Pending Negotiations / Potential
Prospects and Projects; and/ or( 3) Discussion re: Offers of Financial or Other Incentives to Business Prospects
246.
Signed this the {
2
day of March, 2015
rncteJ
SCOTT M. FELTON, County Judge
STATE OF TEXAS
*
COUNTY OF McLENNAN
1, J. A." ANDY" HARWELL, County Clerk, and the Ex-Officio Clerk to the Commissioners Court, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and
correct
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Notice: Persons with disabilities in need of auxiliary aide or services may contact the County Judge' s Office,( 254) 757- 5049, prior to the meeting date
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MAR 17 2015
JA"ANDY HARWELL,Count
By;
KELLY
Timas
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DEPUTY
AGENDA:
H.
MARCH 17, 2015
A MOMENT OF SILENCE/ INVOCATION; PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
CD- 323, 9: 01
County Judge Felton stated that at this time we will have a moment of silence. County Judge Felton then
stated
that
we will now
have the Pledge
of
Allegiance led
by
our
County
Veteran Service Officer.
AGENDA: MARCH 17,2015
III.
CONSIDERATION OF, AND I OR ACTION ON, THE FOLLOWING:
A. APPROVAL I RATIFICATION OF PROCLAMATIONS I RESOLUTIONS
1. Proclamation Declaring April ih, 2015
as National Service Recognition Day
CD-323, 9:01
Approved
ORDER ADOPTING:
PROCLAMATION DECLARING APRIL 7TH, 2015
AS NATIONAL SERVICE RECOGNITION DAY
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Proclamation
Declaring April 7`h, 2015 as National Service Recognition Day. Commissioner Perry read the
Proclamation
into
the
Minutes
and
presented
it to Ms.
Emily Dressen. After discussion,
Commissioner Perry made a motion to approve and it was seconded by Commissioner Jones. A
vote being called for, voting in favor of said motion was Judge Felton, Commissioner Snell,
Commissioner Gibson, Commissioner Jones and Commissioner Perry. It is ordered by the Court
that said Proclamation be, and the
same
is
hereby,
adopted
by
unanimous vote.
fil
No,
i
PROCLAMATION
STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF MCLENNAN
PROCLAMATION DECLARING APRIL 7ni, 2015 as
NATIONAL SERVICE RECOGNITION DAY
WHEREAS, service to others is a hallmark of the American character, and central to how we meet our
challenges; and
WHEREAS, local leaders are increasingly turning to national service and volunteerism as a cost-effective
strategy to meet city needs; and
WHEREAS, AmeriCorps and Senior Corps participants address the most pressing challenges facing our cities
and counties, from educating students for the jobs of the 21st century and supporting veterans and military
families to providing health services and helping communities recover from natural disasters; and
WHEREAS, national service expands economic opportunity by creating more sustainable, resilient communities
and providing education, career skills, and leadership abilities for those who serve; and
WHEREAS, AmeriCorps and Senior Corps participants serve in more than 60,000 locations across the country
and more than 3, 200 locations in the State of Texas, bolstering the civic, neighborhood, and faith-based
organizations that are so vital to our economic and social well-being; and
WHEREAS, national service participants increase the impact of the organizations they serve with, both through
their direct service and by recruiting and managing millions of additional volunteers; and
WHEREAS, national service represents a unique public-private partnership that invests in community solutions
and leverages non-federal resources to strengthen community impact and increase the return on taxpayer dollars;
and
WHEREAS, national service participants demonstrate commitment, dedication, and patriotism by making an
intensive commitment to service, a commitment that remains with them in their future endeavors; and
WHEREAS, the Corporation for National and Community Service shares a priority with local leaders nationwide
to engage citizens, improve lives, and strengthen communities; and is joining with the National Association of
Counties, the National League of Cities, the United States Conference of Mayors and local leaders across the
country to recognize the impact of service on the Day of Recognition for National Service on April 7, 2015.
THEREFORE, BE IT PROCLAIMED, that the Commissioners Court of McLennan County, acting in its
capacity as the governing body of McLennan County, does hereby declare April 7th, 2015 as National Service
Recognition Day and encourage residents to recognize the positive impact of national service in our city; to thank
those who serve; and to fmd ways to give back to their communities; and
BE IT FURTHER PROCLAIMED, that a copy of this Proclamation be made a permanent part of the minutes
of the Commissioners Court.
WITNESSED OUR HAND AND SEAL this
17th
Zt..
491,
day of March 2015.
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Scott M. Felton, County Judge
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AGENDA:
III.
MARCH 17, 2015
CONSIDERATION OF, AND/ OR ACTION ON, THE FOLLOWING:
B.
HEARING FROM MEMBERS OF THE
PUBLIC ON COUNTY BUSINESS MATTERS
No One Spoke
CD-323, 9: 06
County Judge Felton opened the floor to anyone present who wished to address the Court on County
business
matters.
Not
hearing
anyone speak,
County
Judge Felton
closed
the
hearing.
MARCH 17, 2015
AGENDA:
III.
CONSIDERATION OF, AND/ OR ACTION ON, THE FOLLOWING:
E. REGARDING COUNTY PROPERTY and/ or CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS:
Renovation, Repair, Indemnification Regarding Cleaning/ Maintenance Projects;
Space Allocations/ Furnishings/ Equipment/ Architectural Services/ Invoices/
Approval of Pay Applications/ Change Orders/ Contracts/ Lease Agreements/
Certifications of Substantial Completion/ Authorizations Regarding Sale/ Lease/
Acquisition or Property
1.
Discussion
and/ or
Action regarding Appraisal Report: Bridgewood
Properties( re: Former Justice of the Peace Office, Precinct 2)
CD- 323, 9: 06
Approved
ORDER ACCEPTING:
ACTION REGARDING APPRAISAL REPORT: BRIDGEWOOD
PROPERTIES( RE: FORMER JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, PRECINCT 2)
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Discussion and/ or
Action regarding Appraisal Report: Bridgewood Properties ( re: Former Justice of the Peace,
Precinct 2).
After discussion, Commissioner Gibson made a motion to approve and it was
seconded by Judge Felton. After further discussion, a vote being called for, voting in favor of said
motion was Judge Felton, Commissioner Snell, Commissioner Gibson, Commissioner Jones and
Commissioner Perry. It is ordered by the Court that said Report be, and the same is hereby,
accepted
by
unanimous vote.
APPRAISAL REPORT
410 E. Texas Avenue
Building &
Land
Mart, Texas
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PROPERTIES
Date: February 17, 2015
To:
McLennan
RE: 410 E. Texas Avenue
County
Attn.: Ken Bass
Building&
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Mart, Texas
mclennan. tx us
Land
Dear Mr. Bass:
As requested, I have personally inspected and appraised the property as described
herein. Conditions pertinent to or indicative of the value of the property were
investigated. As requested, the estimate of value was based upon" Market Value"
which is defined within the report. All other instructions and requirements were
followed.
The appraisal report sets forth my findings and conclusions derived therefrom,
together with plats, maps, photographs, etc., as are considered essential to explain
the processes followed in making the appraisal.
The property was appraised as a whole, owned in fee simple and unencumbered,
and subject to the Contingent and Limiting Conditions outlined herein.
After careful consideration, it is my opinion that the Market Value of the subject
as of the
day of February, 2015 is:
2nd
property,
SIXTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS
65,000.00
Respectfully submitted,
Bruce Cresson II
521 Connie Drive. l I' wut. Tx 76643
Phone( 254) 75I- 1202 I- ax( 254) 75I- 1905
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page#
TRANSMITTAL LETTER
1
CONTINGENT AND LIMITING CONDITIONS
2
STANDARD FORM OF CERTIFICATION
5
PURPOSE OF APPRAISAL
7
DEFINITION OF MARKET VALUE
8
SCOPE OF APPRAISAL
9
OWNERSHIP HISTORY
10
GENERAL INFORMATION
Identification
of
Property
Appraised
General Location Information
with
Maps
11
12
13
Neighborhood Analysis
DESCRIPTION OF SUBJECT PROPERTY
Description
of
Land
with
Plats
and
Maps
14
Environmental Disclaimer
16
Description
17
of
Improvements
HIGHEST AND BEST USE ANALYSIS
20
APPRAISAL PROCEDURE
23
Direct Sales Comparison Analysis
25
Cost Approach Analysis
35
Income Approach Analysis
36
CORRELATION AND CONCLUSIONS
37
CERTIFICATE OF VALUE
40
QUALIFICATIONS OF APPRAISER
41
CONTINGENT AND LIMITING CONDITIONS
The covering letter of certificate of appraisal and following report are made
expressly subject to these conditions and stipulations.
It is assumed that title to the property herein appraised is good and merchantable,
and in fee simple. The value is reported without regard to questions of title,
boundaries, encroachments, environmental regulations, licenses, or other matters
of a legal nature unless non- compliance has been stated, defined, and considered
in the appraisal report. The Appraiser herein has no present or contemplated
interest in the property appraised. The appraisal fee to be charged for this report is
in no matter contingent upon the value reported.
Also, the value is estimated under the assumption that there will be no
international nor domestic political, economic, nor military actions in the near
future that will seriously affect real estate values throughout the country.
Certain information concerning market and operating data was obtained from
others. This information is verified and checked, where possible, and is used in
this appraisal only if it is believed to be accurate and correct. However, the
accuracy of such information is not guaranteed. Further, dimensions and square
footage of the Subject Property and of comparable properties were obtained by
various means and are not guaranteed to be exact.
Real Estate Values are influenced by a large number of external factors. The data
contained herein is all of the data we consider necessary to support the value
estimate. We have not knowingly withheld any pertinent facts, but we do not
guarantee that we have knowledge of all factors which might influence the value
of the Subject Property. Due to unanticipated changes in external influences upon
value, the value estimate is considered reliable only as of the date of the appraisal.
Opinions of value contained herein are estimates. There is no guarantee, written
or implied, that the future sales price of the Subject Property will equal the value
estimate stated in this report. The value estimate assumes that the property is
under responsible ownership and has competent management.
2
Contingent and Limiting Conditions, continued
The appraiser will not be required to give testimony or attendance in either a court
of law, or before any other legal authority by reason of this appraisal without prior
agreement and arrangement between the employer and the Appraiser.
Disclosure of the contents of this appraisal report is governed by the By-Laws and
Regulations of the Appraisal Institute and the National Association of Realtors
Boards. Possession of this report, or any copy thereof, does not carry with it the
right of publication, nor may it be used for any purpose by any but the applicant
without the previous consent of the appraiser or the applicant, in any event, only in
its entirety.
The appraisal and analysis and opinions were developed and this report was
prepared in conformance with( and the use of this report is subject to) the
requirements of the Code of Professional Ethics and Standard of Professional
Practice of the Appraisal Institute and the National Association of Realtors.
Neither all or any part of the contents of this report( especially any conclusion as
to value, the identity of the appraiser or the firm with which he is connected, or
any reference to the Appraisal Institute or said designations) shall be disseminated
to the public through advertising media, public relations media, news media,
prospectus for securities, or any other public means of communications without
prior written consent and approval of the undersigned.
It is assumed that there are no hidden or unapparent conditions of the property,
subsoil, or structures which would render it more or less valuable. No
responsibility is assumed for such conditions or for engineering which may be
required to discover them.
The distribution of the total valuation in this report between land and
improvements applies only under the reported highest and best use of the land.
The allocations of value for land and improvements, if presented, must not be used
in conjunction with any other appraisal and are invalid if so used.
3
Contingent and Limiting Conditions, continued
No environmental impact studies were either requested or made in conjunction
with this appraisal, and the appraiser hereby reserves the right to alter, amend,
revise or rescind any of the value opinions based upon any subsequent
environmental impact studies, research or investigation.
If this appraisal is for proposed construction it is further assumed that the
improvements will be constructed in substantial conformity with the plans and
specifications which have been furnished the Appraiser, and with good materials
and workmanship, and that it will be tenanted and financed as proposed. It is also
assumed that the proposed foundation and construction techniques are adequate
for the existing sub- soil conditions.
It is further assumed that mortgage money at current market interest rates and
terms if available on the Subject Property as stated in the Income Approach to
Value.
Estimates of costs to cure deferred maintenance are difficult to make. Contractors
approach such problems in various ways. The estimates provided within this
report are probable costs given current market conditions, available information,
and the Appraiser' s expertise. Further, deferred maintenance affecting the
Property is considered to be only those items specified in the Description of
Improvements section of this report. The appraiser takes no responsibility for
hidden items or items of which the Appraiser was not advised.
This appraisal is an estimate of value based on an analysis of information known
to us at the time the appraisal was made. We do not assume any responsibility for
incorrect analysis, because of incorrect and incomplete information. If new
information of significance comes to light, the value given in this report is subject
to change without notice.
The acceptance of this appraisal is the acceptance of all assumptions, general
limiting conditions, and/ or any contingencies that are stated within this or any
other section( s) of the appraisal.
4
STANDARD FORM CERTIFICATION
PERTAINING TO: 410 E. Texas Avenue
Building and Land
Mart, Texas
AS OF:
February 2, 2015
The undersigned does hereby certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief,
except as otherwise noted in this appraisal report:
1.
The statements of fact contained in this report, upon which the analysis,
opinions, and conclusions expressed herein are based, are true and correct.
2.
The reported analysis, opinions, and conclusions are limited only by the
reported assumptions and limiting conditions, and are my personal, unbiased
professional analyses, opinions, and conclusions.
3.
I have no( or the specified) present or contemplated future interest in the
property that is the subject of this report.
4.
I have no( or the specified) personal interest or bias with respect to the
subject matter of this appraisal report or the parties involved.
5.
My compensation is not contingent on an action or event resulting from the
analysis, opinions, or conclusions in, or the use of, this report.
6.
My analyses, opinions, and conclusions were developed, and this report has
been prepared, in conformity with the Uniform Standards of Professional
Appraisal Practice adopted by the Appraisal Standards Board of the
Appraisal Foundation and the rules of the Texas Real Estate Commission.
7.
Bruce Cresson II made a personal inspection of the property that is the
subject of this report.
5
Standard Form Certification, continued
8.
No one provided significant professional assistance to the person signing this
report. No one other than the undersigned prepared the analyses, conclusions
and opinions, concerning the subject, that are set forth in this appraisal report.
9.
The appraisal assignment was not based on a requested minimum valuation, a
specific valuation, or approval of a loan.
10. The appraisal is based on the conditions specified in the definition of market
value, as defined by the Financial Institution Reform, Recovery and
Enforcement Act of 1989( FIRREA).
Bruce Cresson II
6
PURPOSE OF APPRAISAL
The purpose of this appraisal is to estimate the Market Value of the Subject
Property.
FUNCTION OF APPRAISAL
The function of this appraisal is to serve as a basis for business decisions regarding
the subject property.
PROPERTY RIGHTS APPRAISED
The rights being appraised are the Fee Simple Estate interest in the subject
property. According to the Dictionary of Real Estate Appraisal, American
Institute of Real Estate Appraisers, 1984, p. 123, the definition of Fee Simple
Estate is as follows:
Absolute ownership unencumbered by any other interest or
or estate; subject only to the limitations of eminent domain,
escheat, police power, and taxation."
7
DEFINITION OF MARKET VALUE
MARKET VALUE, for the purpose of this appraisal, is defined as being the most
probable price which a property should bring in a competitive and open market
under all conditions requisite to a fair sale, the buyer and seller, each acting
prudently, knowledgeably, and assuming the price is not affected by undue
stimulus.
Implicit in this definition is the consummation of a sale as of a
specified date and the passing of title from seller to buyer under conditions
whereby:
1.
Buyer and seller are typically motivated.
2.
Both parties are well informed or well advised, and acting in what he
considers his own best interest.
3.
A reasonable time is allowed for exposure in the open market.
4.
Payment is made in cash in U. S. Dollars or in terms of financial
arrangements comparable thereto.
5.
The price represents the normal consideration for the property sold,
unaffected by special or creative financing or sales concessions granted
by anyone associated with the sale.
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SCOPE OF THE APPRAISAL
The scope of the appraisal involved collecting data regarding sales of office type
buildings similar to the subject in terms of zoning, size, building type, overall
location, and neighborhood. These comparables were compared to the subject
property and negative or positive adjustments were made accordingly.
The scope also involved gathering rental data of similar office type buildings,
which are also situated in the subject' s m:•°ket area. The appraisal involved
obtaining reliable reproduction/replacement cost figures from manuals and
research of local builders and suppliers. The appraisal also involved a study and
interpretation of economic data concerning the subject' s immediate market area,
and also considering the economic market conditions in general.
All the above mentioned items were analyzed in a manner that enabled the
Appraiser to derive a final estimated value for the subject property.
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OWNERSHIP HISTORY OF SUBJECT PROPERTY— 3 YEARS
To the best of my knowledge, the subject property has not sold within the past
three years. The current owner, according to the McLennan County Appraisal
District, is McLennan County.
INTENDED USER OF APPRAISAL:
CLIENT:
McLennan County
McLennan County
EFFECTIVE DATE OF APPRAISAL:
MARKETING TIME:
EXPOSURE TIME:
February 2, 2015
Approximately twelve months.
Approximately twelve months.
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SIGNIFICANT FACTS
ADDRESS: 410 E. Texas Avenue, Mart, Texas
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lot 5, Block 21, Original Town of Mart, McLennan
County, Texas.
LOT SIZE: Rectangular Shape—
Approximately 3, 125 Square Feet
Size provided by McLennan County Appraisal District.)
ZONING INFORMATION: No Formal Zoning
TAXING INFORMATION:
McLennan County Appraisal District Valuation:
2014 Assessed Values
4, 690
Land Value
Improvement Value
16, 980
TOTAL
21, 670
2014 Taxes
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Mart ISD
City
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McLennan
Community
College
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TAX AMOUNT
0. 535293
Exempt
1. 229484
Exempt
0. 739915
Exempt
0. 149530
Exempt
2. 654222
Exempt
GENERAL INFORMATION
GENERAL LOCATION INFORMATION:
The subject property is located in the City of Mart fronting E. Texas Avenue. E.
Texas Avenue, also known as Highway 164, is a primary thoroughfare of the
subject area and the City of Mart. Highway 939, also known as Pearl Street, is
located within one- half block of the subject and is also considered a primary
thoroughfare of the subject area and the City of Mart.
The subject is located in the downtown business district of the City of Mart.
Offices, various service and retail businesses are located along Texas Avenue
along with restaurants. Various residential neighborhoods are located in the area.
Overall, this area has shown fair marketability in the recent past.
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NEIGHBORHOOD ANALYSIS:
DESCRIPTION, MARKET CONDITIONS & ECONOMIC TRENDS
LOCATION:
City of Mart fronting E. Texas Avenue.
LAND USE:
The current land use of the subject
neighborhood is as follows:
Commercial/ Retail
Office Buildings
25%
10%
0%
Industrial Use
Residential Use
55%
Vacant Land
10%
PROPERTY COMPATIBILITY:
Average.
G ROWTH RATE:
No new construction observed in the
subject area.
PROPERTY VALUES:
Values appear stable to declining.
Current demand is poor to fair and
supply of properties is average. Various
vacancies were observed.
EMPLOYMENT STABILITY:
Appears fair at present time.
MARKET CONDITIONS:
Appear fair with various vacancies in the
area.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
The immediate neighborhood consists
primarily of offices, retail and service
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DESCRIPTION
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DESCRIPTION OF LAND:
LOCATION:
City of Mart fronting E. Texas Avenue.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
Lot 5, Block 21, Original Town of Mart,
McLennan County, Texas.
SIZE AND SHAPE:
Rectangular shape consisting of
approximately 3, 125 square feet. Size
provided by McLennan County
Appraisal District.
TOPOGRAPHY AND SOIL:
Terrain is considered to be basically
level. All surface drainage appears
adequate at the present time. The soil
condition appears suitable for all types of
construction.
UTILITIES & SERVICES:
City of Mart water and sewer. Electric
and telephone services are also available.
STREET IMPROVEMENTS:
Frontage along E. Texas Avenue. This
street is publicly maintained.
ACCESS:
The subject contains average
accessibility from E. Texas Avenue.
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IMPROVEMENTS:
The subject is currently improved with
an office type building. See Description
of Improvements.
FLOOD ZONE INFORMATION:
Zone X. Zone X contains areas
determined to be located outside the . 2%
floodplain hazard zone. A survey is
recommended for final determination.
Panel # 48309C0450C)
EASEMENTS &
ENCROACHMENTS:
No adverse easements or encroachments
were observed on the subject tract. A
survey is recommended.
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The subject property is located in a mixed use neighborhood and this appraiser did
not investigate any environmental impact or adverse environmental situations
which may exist on the subject tract. Nor does this appraiser accept any liability
for any possible environmental problems existing on the subject property. No
apparent signs of leakage was observed, however, testing by a licensed
environmental expert is recommended.
No environmental impact studies were either requested or made in conjunction
with this appraisal, and the appraiser hereby reserves the right to alter, amend,
revise or rescind any of the value opinions based upon any environmental impact
studies, research or investigation.
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DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENTS:
BUILDING:
YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION:
1911 with remodeling in recent years.
EFFECTIVE AGE:
Approximately 10 Years
SIZE:
Approximately 2, 500 Square Feet
CONSTRUCTION TYPE:
Brick and wood construction. The
subject shares common walls with
neighboring buildings.
FOUNDATION:
Concrete slab foundation.
EXTERIOR FINISH:
Stucco.
ROOF TYPE:
Built-up flat roof covering.
WINDOWS/ DOORS:
Metal frame glass windows and entrance
doors. Metal exit doors. Interior wood
doors.
HEATING/ COOLING:
Central heat and air throughout building.
PLUMBING:
Two restrooms with commodes and
sinks. All plumbing assumed to code.
OVERALL FLOOR PLAN:
The floor plan consists of various
offices, reception area, waiting area,
court room, file room and two restrooms.
CONDITION:
Rated as good at the present time.
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DESCRIPTION— EXTERIOR IMPROVEMENTS
PARKING/ PAVED:
Small concrete parking area off alley.
Public parking along Texas Avenue.
CONDITION:
The overall condition of the subject
building and site improvements is rated
as good at the present time.
OBSOLENCENCE/ UTILITY OF IMPROVEMENTS:
PHYSICAL:
The subject is considered to be in good condition at the present time. Physical
depreciation is based upon age and physical condition. These improvements
appear to be physically adequate for their present use.
FUNCTIONAL OBSOLESCENCE:
The subject building and improvements are considered functionally adequate for
their present use. The layout, design and floor plan of the buildings appear logical
for their overall uses.
EXTERNAL( ECONOMIC) OBSOLESCENCE:
The overall subject improvements appear to suffer from no external or economic
obsolescence.
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PRESENT USE:
The subject property is to be improved with an office type building.
HIGHEST AND BEST USE ANALYSIS:
A fundamental principle in the valuation of real property is highest and best use.
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use
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That reasonable and probable use that
supports the effective date of the Appraisal. Alternatively, that use, from among
reasonable, probable, and alternative uses found to be physically possible,
appropriately supported, financially feasible, and which result the highest value."
This basic principle will be utilized throughout the appraisal as the property is
analyzed in light of its highest and best use. From the data gathered in the site and
neighborhood descriptions, we may determine the highest potential use for the
land under the theoretical assumption of the site as a vacant tract. Consideration is
also given to the subject tract, as currently improved. This logic will provide the
reasoning for the land valuation.
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Highest and Best Use Analysis, continued
AS VACANT
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subject
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tract is
located
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outside
the . 2%
floodplain hazard zone. The soil type
appears adequate for all types of construction. Public utilities are available to the
subject tract and the subject is provided with adequate street access. Based upon
analysis of the physical features of the site, no physical limitations are indicated
which would limit the overall development of the subject site.
Legally
permissible—
This tract is located within the city limits of Mart and
contains no formal zoning. The subject tract is subject to typical local service
utility easements, which do not adversely affect the subject site.
Based upon analysis of the zoning regulations and utility easement requirements,
no legal limitations are indicated which would limit development of the subject
site.
Financially
feasible— Based
upon the lack of formal zoning of the subject site,
allowable uses would include offices or retail type businesses, which would be
considered financially feasible for the subject tract.
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Highest and Best Use Analysis, continued
Maximally
productive— Use
of the subject site for an office or retail type
business would be consistent with surrounding developments and would represent
the maximally productive use of the tract.
Conclusion:
An analysis of physical possible uses, legally permissible uses,
financially feasible uses, and maximally productive uses have been presented.
Based on the information presented, it is my opinion that the highest and best use
of the subject tract, as vacant, is some form of office or retail type use.
AS IMPROVED
Physically
possible—
The subject is improved with an office type building which
is considered to be in good condition at the present time. There are no physical
limitations that would prevent the property from being utilized to its highest and
best use.
Legally
permissible—
This tract is located within the city limits of Mart and
contains no formal zoning. The subject property is improved with an office type
building, which is a legal use. There are no legal limitations that would prevent
the property from being utilized to its highest and best use.
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Highest and Best Use Analysis, continued
feasible— The present improvements are considered to represent one
Financially
of the most feasible uses of the property.
Maximally
productive— The
present improvements and their uses as an office is
considered to represent the maximally productive use of the property, as
improved.
Conclusion:
A discussion of the physical use, legally permissible use, financially
feasible use, and maximally productive use has been presented. Based on the
information presented, it is my opinion that the highest and best use of the subject
tract, as improved, is the present use, an office type use.
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APPRAISAL PROCEDURE
The procedure followed in making this appraisal revolved around an analysis of
various factors which impinge on the value of the Subject Property. Included in
this analysis was an investigation into such matters as physical attributes of the
property, area and neighborhood trends, and general economic, social, and
political influences which bear upon value of the property being appraised.
The actual valuation process which serves as a basis for estimating the stabilized
Market Value of a property being appraised employs as many separate techniques
as are appropriate. Value estimates are typically made in the following categories.
SALES COMPARISON APPROACH— Comparison with similar properties that
have sold in the market. This approach can be applied to land alone or to
improved properties.
COST APPROACH— An estimate of the present reproduction cost of the
improvements, less accrued depreciation, plus the land value. Depreciation
includes a deduction from reproduction cost of the improvements due to physical,
functional, and economic causes.
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Appraisal Procedure, continued
INCOME APPROACH— Capitalization
of the net income that the property is
capable of producing. This approach, of course, is applicable only in incomeproducing properties.
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SALES COMPARISON APPROACH ANALYSIS
SALES COMPARISON APPROACH ANALYSIS
The value of the subject property can be estimated by using the Sales Comparison
Approach Method to value. This approach is based upon examining known sales
of similar type properties located in the subject' s area.
The first comparison used in this process is that of comparing the subject tract of
land with known sales of vacant tracts of land which are similar to the subject in
terms of location, neighborhood, use, zoning, size, etc. Then, positive or negative
adjustments are made based upon the market and current market conditions.
The next process used in the Sales Comparison Approach to value involves the
comparisons of known sales of properties where land, building and improvements
are included. The subject property is compared to sales which contain similar
sized tracts and similar amenities in terms of the overall building and any
additional improvements. Then, positive or negative adjustments are made based
upon the market and current market conditions.
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Sales Comparison Approach Analysis, continued
The primary method used in this approach to value is the Sales Price per Square
Foot Method. This method can be used in comparing both gross or useable
building area. This method involves dividing the sales price of the property by its
total building area( gross or useable) which indicates an estimated price per square
foot. The indicated price per square foot can then be applied to the overall subject
property. In some cases, the estimated land value of the comparables used can be
extracted and the building only value of the comparables used can be compared to
the subject.
The following sales were chosen as being representative of the subject' s market
with regard to location, neighborhood, use, and physical characteristics.
26
SALES COMPARISON APPROACH ANALYSIS
BUILDING & LAND
COMPARABLE # 1 — BUILDING& LAND
Location:
107 S. Main Street,
West, Texas
Property
Type:
Commercial Building
Lot Size:
Building
2, 860 Square Feet
1, 540 Square Feet
Size:
Date Sold:
December 13, 2013
Instrument#:
20130043025
SourceNerification:
Realtor/ Deed Records
Grantor:
Norman F. Stapleton
Grantee:
Daniel Ballew &
33, 000
Consideration:
Price Per SF—
Building&
21. 43
Land:
27
Karley Miller
Sales Comparison Approach Analysis, continued
COMPARABLE #2— BUILDING & LAND
Location:
113 E. Center Street,
Lorena, Texas
Type
of
Commercial Building
Property:
Lot Size:
Building
4, 900 Square Feet
Size:
2, 835 Square Feet
Date Sold:
October 4, 2012
Instrument#:
2012031409
SourceNerification:
Realtor/ Deed Records
Grantor:
Jeffrey Murdough
Grantee:
Brandon &
Consideration:
Price Per SF—
67, 000
Building &
Land:
23. 63
28
Kristy Deaver
Sales Comparison Approach Analysis, continued
COMPARABLE #3 - BUILDING & LAND
Location:
1715- 17 Columbus Avenue,
Waco, Texas
Property
Type:
Office Building
Lot Size:
Building
16, 500 Square Feet
Size:
1, 800 Square Feet
Date Sold:
March 22, 2012
Source/ Verification:
Realtor/ Deed Records
Instrument#:
2012008542
Grantor:
Heart of Texas Properties, Inc.
Grantee_
Christopher C. Sproles
Consideration:
Price Per SF—
115, 000
Building &
Land:
63. 89
29
Sales Comparison Approach Analysis, continued
COMPARABLE #4— BUILDING&
LAND
2225 Washington Avenue,
Location:
Waco, Texas
Type
of
Property:
Commercial Building
Lot Size:
Building
14, 025 Square Feet
1, 406 Square Feet
Size:
Date Sold:
October 23, 2013
Instrument#:
2013037945
SourceNerification:
Realtor/ Deed Records
Grantor:
Lucenay Hearing
Grantee:
Texas Star Properties LLC
70, 000
Consideration:
Price Per SF—
Building&
49. 79
Land:
30
Sales Comparison Approach Analysis, continued
COMPARABLE # 5— BUILDING&
Location:
LAND
412 E. Texas Avenue,
Waco, Texas
Type
of
Property:
Lot Size:
Building
Commercial Building
3, 125 Square Feet
1, 750 Square Feet
Size:
Date Sold:
Current Listing
Source/ Verification:
MLS
Instrument#:
N/ A
Grantor:
IL Peck LLC
Grantee:
Consideration:
Price Per SF—
29,900 Current Listing
Building_& Land:
17. 09 Current Listing
31
Sales Comparison Approach Analysis, continued
COMMENTS AND SUMMARY OF BUILDING & LAND COMPARABLES
Due to the limited number of sales of buildings located in the immediate subject
neighborhood, the comparables used are considered to be the best available at the
present time.
In arriving at an estimated value of the subject building, consideration must be
given to the following categories that influence value. These categories include
time, location, building to land ratio, size, building quality, condition, and
amenities. Necessary adjustments for each of these categories, when possible, will
be determined through paired sales analysis of the market sales. A discussion of
each of these adjustment categories will be presented in the following pages:
Time— Comparable # 5 is considered superior to the subject in terms of date
of sale due to it being a current listing. The remaining four comparables are
considered similar to the subject in terms of date of sale and no adjustment
was considered necessary.
Location- Comparables# 1, #
subject
in terms
of
location
2, # 3 and# 4 are considered superior to the
and a negative
10% to 40%
adjustment was
considered necessary. Comparable# 5 is considered similar to the subject
in terms of location and no adjustment was considered necessary.
Building
to Land Ratio— Comparables # 3 and# 4 are considered superior to
building to land ratio and a negative 10% adjustment
was considered necessary. The remaining three comparables are
considered similar to the subject in terms of building to land ratio and no
the subject in terms
of
adjustment was considered necessary.
32
Sales Comparison Approach Analysis, continued
Size— All five comparables are considered similar to the subject in terms of
size and no adjustment was considered necessary.
Quality— All five comparables are considered similar to the subject in
terms of quality and no adjustments were considered necessary.
Condition— Comparables # 1, # 2, # 4 and# 5 are considered inferior to the
subject
in terms
of condition and a positive
10% to 40%
adjustment was
considered necessary. Comparable# 3 is considered similar to the subject
in terms of condition and no adjustments were considered necessary.
Amenities— Comparables# 1, #
subject
in terms
3 and# 4 are considered superior to the
of amenities and a negative
10%
adjustment was
considered necessary. The remaining two comparables are considered
similar to the subject in terms of amenities and no adjustments were
considered necessary.
The following is a summary of the comparables used and the adjustments made:
See next page)
33
Sales Comparison Approach Analysis, continued
ADJUSTMENT GRID
Comp.#
Price Per
! $
1
Comp.#
1$
21. 43
SF
Time
23. 63
Sup.-
Building to
Comp.# 3
1$
Comp.# 5
4
17. 09
49. 79 .; $
Sim.
Sup.- 5%
Sup.- 40% ;
Sup.- 40%
Sim.
Sim.
Sup.- 10% ',
10%
Comp.#
63. 89
$
Sim.
Sim.
Location
2
Sim.
Sim.
Sup.- 10%
Sup.- 10%
Sim.
Size
Sim.
Sim.
Sim.
Sim.
Sim.
Quality
Sim.
Sim.
Sim.
Sim.
Sim.
!
Inf.+ 10%
Inf.+ 40%
10%
Sup.- 10%
Sim.
Land Ratio
Condition '
inf.+ 40% ,
Amenities
Sup.-
Total
Adj.
Sim.
10%
1+
20%
I+
Sup.-
60%
30%
Total$
44. 29
Sim.
Inf.+
40%
$+
7. 09
$
30. 72
$-
38. 33
$
25. 56
5- 24. 90
Adj.
Indicated
Value
35%
50%
$+
5. 98
1.
25. 72
"
$
24.89
!:
$
23. 07
$
In determining a final value estimate of the subject property, equal emphasis was placed
on all five comparables. After all adjustments were made, it is believed the subject has a
market value of$ 26.00 per square foot.
2, 500
Sq.
Ft. X $ 26.00 Per
Sq.
SAY$ 65,000
34
Ft. = $
65, 000
COST APPROACH ANALYSIS
COST APPROACH ANALYSIS
A measure of the value of a property is indicated by considering the cost of
constructing the improvements, plus the Market Value of land.
Due to the overall age and condition of the subject improvements, the Cost
Approach will not be considered within this appraisal.
35
INCOME APPROACH ANALYSIS
INCOME APPROACH ANALYSIS
An indication of value can be reached by capitalizing the net operating income
that the property is capable of producing.
A search was conducted to locate similar income producing properties within the
subject area. Due to the lack of adequate information of similar income producing
properties in the area, the Income Approach to value was not considered
applicable within this appraisal.
36
CORRELATION AND CONCLUSIONS
The subject property is located in the City of Mart fronting E. Texas Avenue. E.
Texas Avenue, also known as Highway 164, is a primary thoroughfare of the
subject area and the City of Mart. Highway 939, also known as Pearl Street, is
located within one- half block of the subject and is also considered a primary
thoroughfare of the subject area and the City of Mart. The subject is located in a
mixed use neighborhood consisting of various offices, retail and service type
businesses, restaurants and single family residences.
The subject tract is rectangular in shape and consists of approximately 3, 125
square feet of land. The terrain of the subject is considered to be basically level.
All surface drainage of the subject appears adequate at the present time.
The subject is improved with an office type building which contains
approximately 2, 500 total square feet of space. Other improvements to the tract
include adequate parking and other amenities. The subject building and
improvements are considered to be in good condition at the present time.
37
Correlation and Conclusions, continued
Due to the lack of formal zoning of the subject tract and due to both the overall
location of the subject tract and present investments into the subject
improvements, it is believed the highest and best use, as improved, is an office
type use.
The values of the property were estimated by one of the three tradition approaches
to value. The following is a listing of the Value estimates of each Approach:
BUILDING & LAND ( By Sales Comparison)
$
65, 000
COST APPROACH ( Including Land)
N/ A
INCOME APPROACH
N/A
The following is a review of factors that influenced these value estimates:
The Sales Comparison Approach considers sales of similar improved office type
properties located in the McLennan County area. The Sales Comparison
Approach gives the appraiser information regarding investor requirements in the
current market. Primary emphasis was placed upon this approach to value in
determining a final value estimate of the subject property.
38
Correlation and Conclusions, continued
The Cost Approach estimates the construction cost of the subject building less
depreciation from
all causes.
The Cost Approach makes no adjustment regarding
the ability of the subject to compete in the market place but is a reflection of the
necessary expenses incurred in construction. Due to the overall age and condition
of the subject improvements, the Cost Approach to value was not considered
within this appraisal.
The Income Approach considers market conditions as they influence the value of
the subject property. The highest and best use of the subject is considered to be an
office type use. Due to the lack of similar income producing properties in the
subject area, the Income Approach was not considered applicable within this
appraisal.
It is believed the subject property, if properly exposed to the open market, should
sell within a twelve month period.
Based upon the available data, the Appraiser has concluded the current Market
Value
of
the
subject
property,
as of
the
2"
d
day of January, 2015 to be:
SIXTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS
65, 000. 00
39
CERTIFICATE OF VALUE
The undersigned does hereby certify that except as otherwise noted in this
appraisal report:
As of the date of appraisal, only, I have no present or contemplated future
interest in the real estate that is the subject of this report. This appraiser has not
appraised the subject property within the past three years.
I have no personal interest of bias with respect to the subject matter of this
appraisal report or the parties involved, nor is my compensation contingent
upon an action or event resulting from the analysis, opinion or conclusion in,
or the use of, this report.
To the best of my knowledge and belief, the statements of fact contained in this
appraisal report, upon which the analyses, opinions, and conclusions expressed
herein are based, are true and correct.
This appraisal report sets forth all of the limiting conditions ( imposed by the
terms of our assignment or by the undersigned) affecting the analysis,
opinions, and conclusions contained in this report.
The appraisal assignment was not based upon a requested minimum valuation,
a specific valuation, or approval of a loan.
This appraisal report has been made in conformity with and is subject to the
requirements of the Code of Professional Ethics and Standards of Professional
Conduct of the Appraisal Institute, National Association of Realtors, and the
Texas Real Estate Commission.
Based upon my investigation and my experience, I estimate that the Market Value
of the subject property, under the contingent and limiting conditions as stated, as
of February 2, 2015 is:
SIXTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS
65, 000. 00
71
_
Bruce Cresson H
ADDENDA
QUALIFICATIONS OF BRUCE CRESSON II
STATE OF TEXAS CERTIFICATION
State Certified General Real Estate Appraiser
License Number: TX- 1323594- G
Date of Issue: September 9, 1992
Date of Expiration: September 30, 2016
ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS
Member— National Association of Realtors
Member— Texas Association of Realtors, Licensed Real Estate
Broker, State of Texas# 410029
Member— Waco Association of Realtors
Member— Waco Chamber of Commerce
EDUCATION&
TRAINING
Graduate
of Vanguard
Graduate
of
Baylor
High School, Waco, Texas— 1985
University,
Waco, Texas— 1990
Bachelor of Business Administration
Major: Finance/ Real Estate
REAL ESTATE COURSES COMPLETED:
Standards
of
Professional Appraisal Practice&
Ethics
Appraisal I
Commercial Appraisal
Principles of Real Estate
Real Estate Finance
Real Estate Law
Real Estate Licensing
CONTINUING EDUCATION COMPLETED SINCE 2000
Property Taxes: Rights,
Let'
Remedies
and
Responsibilities— May,
2000
Talk—No Fight— July,
2000
Income Property Appraisal— July, 2000
Mediation and Property Condition Issues— August,
s
Mortgage Brokerage: The Law
USPAP— Sept.,
and
2002
The Profits! —August, 2002
2000, August, 2002, May, 2004, April, 2006, Sept., 2010, April, 2012
January, 2014
Deceptive Trade Practices Act— June 15, 2004
41
to Sell, Tax Free
Pricing Prop.
Real Estate
Financing—
Exchanges, Methods Res. Fin.— Sept., 2004
Sept., 2006
Home Inspection— August, 2006
Tax Favorable Real Estate Transactions— Sept., 2006
Real Estate Appraisal— Sept., 2006
Estimating
the Gross
Living
Area— August, 2006
Asset Management— Sept., 2006
REO&
Foreclosures— September 2010
Developing& Growing an Appraisal
Practice— September 2010
Ad Valorem Tax Consultation— September 2010
Appraising
the Appraisal: Appraisal Review General— April, 2012
Sellers Concessions— April, 2012
Staying out of Trouble in Your Appraisal
Quality Assurance— April, 2012
Practice— April, 2012
Effective Rent— April, 2012
Self-Storage Facilities— August, 2014
Appraisal
of
The Nuts
and
The
Dirty
Bolts
of
Green
Building
for Appraisers— August, 2014
Dozen— August, 2014
Write It Right— January,
BUSINESS&
2014
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Staff Appraiser, Bridgewood Properties, Waco, Texas— 4/ 90 to 6/ 00
Present
owner and manager of
Bridgewood Properties— 6/ 00 to Present
Secretary/Treasurer of the Waco Association of Realtors, 1999
President Elect of the Waco Association of Realtors, 2000
President of the Waco Association of Realtors, 2001
State Director of the Texas Association of Realtors, 2002- 2006
PREVIOUS 24 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN:
Single
Family, Multi- Family, & Income producing residential appraisals
Commercial Appraisals( all types)
Land, Farm, and Ranch appraisals
Real Estate Sales
Real Estate Consulting
Property Management
42
Texan 2.13praier iicen.Sing anb_€ ertification Aloarb
P. O. Box 12188, Austin, Texas 78711- 2188
Certified General Real Estate Appraiser
Number
TX 1323594 ' G
Issued
09/ 04/ 2014. -
Appraiser
•
Expires-
'
09/ 30/ 2016
BRUCE COLLINS CRESSON II
Having provided satisfactory evidence of the qualifications required by the ,
Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Act, Texas Occupations Code, / /
Chapter 1103.
Appraiser
is
authorized
to
use this title, Certified General Real Estate
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P R O P E
R T I E S
DATE: February 17, 2015
To:
McLennan
RE: 410 E. Texas Avenue
County
Attn.: Ken Bass
Building&
ken bass @co. mclennan. tx
us
Land
Mart, Texas
PO: 20151007- 00
Preparation
of
Appraisal for the
above mentioned
property# 12- 7710 $
1, 250.00
THANK YOU!
EIN# 74- 2961321
521 Connie Drier Hew. in T
Phone( 254) 751- 1202( a‘(
76643
254) 751- 1905
SA Vs w bndgcwoodproperuc, vow
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MAR 17 2015
JA"ANDY HARWELL, GOUTIQt4k
McLennan Caunty, Row
By KEuyFULLBAIGHT,DBPUrl
AGENDA: MARCH 17, 2015
III.
CONSIDERATION OF, AND/ OR ACTION ON, THE FOLLOWING:
F.
AUTHORIZATIONS RE: CONTRACTS/ LEASE AGREEMENTS/
INTERLOCAL AGREEMENTS:
1.
Economic Development:
a
Waco- McLennan County Economic Development Corporation
WMCEDC): Authorization of Agreements; Consultant
Services; Proposed Projects/ Program Project Agreements/
Addendums/ Pay Apps
1)
2.
Regarding the Program Project Agreement with T Squared
Manufacturing, Inc.: Authorization of Final Draw Request
Authorization
CD- 323, 9: 08
of
Interlocal Cooperation Agreement:
City
of
Hallsburg
Approved
Approved
ORDER APPROVING:
AUTHORIZATION OF FINAL DRAW REQUEST
RE: THE PROGRAM PROJECT AGREEMENT
WITH T SQUARED MANUFACTURING, INC.
RE: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Economic
Development:
Waco- McLennan
Authorization
of
Agreements;
Agreements/ Addendums/
County
Economic
Consultant
Development
Services;
Proposed
Corporation ( WMCEDC):
Projects /
Program
Project
Pay Apps: Regarding the Program Project Agreement with T Squared
Manufacturing, Inc.: Authorization of Final Draw Request. After discussion, Commissioner Jones
made a motion to approve and it was seconded by Commissioner Perry. A vote being called for,
voting in favor of said motion was Judge Felton, Commissioner Snell, Commissioner Gibson,
Commissioner Jones and Commissioner Perry. It is ordered by the Court that said Authorization
be,
and the same
is
hereby,
approved
by
unanimous vote.
WACO MCLENNAN COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
CORPORATION
6tECEIVED
P.O. Box 1220
Waco, Texas 76703- 1220
MAR 0 3 2015
254) 752-6551
McLENNAN CO.
JUDGE
March 3, 2015
Judge Scott Felton
McLennan County
P. O. Box 1728
Waco, Texas 76703
Re:
Draw Request# 10 FINAL
T Squared Manufacturing, Inc.
Dear Mr. Felton:
Per the Second Contract Amendment Program Project Agreement 2014- 358 dated July 1, 2014,
First Contract Amendment of Program Project Agreement 2013-018 dated January 15, 2013
and First Assignment and Assumption Agreement 2011- 593 dated November 1, 2011 for T
Squared Manufacturing, Inc as outlined in the incentive support Section 1. 1. 1. upon contract
execution,
WMCEDC
will
disburse the
amount of$
20,800($ 2, 600 per qualified job) payable to
T Squared Manufacturing, Inc. This brings T Squared Manufacturing' s WMCEDC qualified
employment headcount to 24.
Per residency requirements, 10 employees are required to reside in Waco and 19 employees
are required
to reside in McLennan
Manufacturing
Per this draw
County.
employees reside in Waco and 88% ( 21)
request
54% ( 13) of T Squared
reside in McLennan County.
Our team has verified the documentation and submits this draw request for payment.
The County' s portion of this payment request is one- half of the total or$ 10,400.
If you have other questions or need additional information, please let me know.
4
Sincere +
APPROVED BY COMMISSIONERS• -
DAY OF
THIS I?
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Administrator
Enclosures
u.a._
Received:
1
T Squared Manufacturing, Inc
7400 Imperial Drive
Waco, TX 76712
1/ 29/ 2014
WMCEDC
Dear Kris:
As administrators of the WMCEDC program I am respectfully submitting a request to
you, for a final draw from the grant funds from the City of Waco and McLennan County
for eight fulltime employees. I have met the requirements stated in sections 2. 1. 1, 2. 1. 2.
and 2. 1. 3. The employee list is attached. I believe I have drawn on 16 employees and
now satisfy the full 24 employees.
Sincerely,
i
Barclay M Townsend
President
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ORDER APPROVING:
AUTHORIZATION OF INTERLOCAL COOPERATION
AGREEMENT: CITY OF HALLSBURG
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Authorization of
Interlocal Cooperation Agreement: City of Hallsburg. After discussion, Commissioner Perry
made a motion to approve and it was seconded by Commissioner Jones. A vote being called for,
voting in favor of said motion was Judge Felton, Commissioner Snell, Commissioner Gibson,
Commissioner Jones and Commissioner Perry. It is ordered by the Court that said Authorization
be,
and
the same
is
hereby,
approved
by
unanimous vote.
AGENDA:
III.
MARCH 17, 2015
CONSIDERATION OF, AND/ OR ACTION ON, THE FOLLOWING:
G.
REGARDING THE COUNTY BUDGET: Amendments/ Requests for Amendments
and related Certification ofAdditional Revenue, ifapplicable/ Expenditure Requests,
Other Budgetary Requests
1.
Regarding the FY 15 Budget:
a.
Budget Updates/ Status Reports from
None
County Auditor, as necessary
b.
Human Resources
Approved
c.
Economic Development
Deferred
d.
Road&
re:
CD- 323, 9: 12
Bridge: Expenditure Authorization
Mailbox Replacement)
Pulled- No
Action Taken
ORDER APPROVING FY 15 BUDGET AMENDMENT:
HUMAN RESOURCES
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter Regarding the FY 15
Budget: Human Resources. After discussion, Commissioner Perry made a motion to approve G.
1. b. and it was seconded by Commissioner Jones. After further discussion, a vote being called
for, voting in favor of said motion was Judge Felton, Commissioner Snell, Commissioner Gibson,
Commissioner Jones and Commissioner Perry. It is ordered by the Court that the FY 2015 Budget
Amendment be,
and
the
same
is
hereby,
approved
by
unanimous vote.
BUDGET AMENDMENT REQUEST
McLennan County Commissioners Court
McLennan County Courthouse
Waco, Texas 76701
Re: Budget Amendment for: Fund 001 ( General Fund)
Gentlemen
I hereby request the following budget amendment for the fiscal year ending 09/30/ 15
REQUESTED INCREASE( s)
Requested
SubFund
Function
Func
Dept#
Dept Name
Object( Acct#)
Account Descnption
001
10
05
0070
HR
411130
Dept Heads Other than Official;
72, 812
8, 771
81, 583
001
10
05
0070
HR
412111
FICA Taxes
12, 158
544
12, 702
001
10
05
0070
HR
412112
Medicare Taxes
2, 844
128
2, 972
001
10
05
0070
HR
412211
Retirement
28, 004
1, 253
29, 257
Current Budget
Total Increases
Amended Budget
Increase
10,696
REQUESTED DECREASE(s)
Requested
SubFund
Function
Func
Dept#
Dept Name
001
10
05
0190
Non- Dept
Account Descnption
Object( Acct#)
999999
Current Budget
Contingencies
868, 770
Total Decreases
Decrease
Amended Budget
858, 074
10, 696
10,696
BUDGET AMENDMENT JUSTIFICATION:
This budget amendment is requested to increase salary line items in the Human Resources department for the penod of time
the new HR Director will overlap with the retinng director and also for the vacation time outstanding for the retinng director
Approved by
Respectfully Submitted
Approved
Requestor:
County
as
to form
Commissioners Court
Auditor
County Judge
11\
3/ 7/ 1
RIM
MAR 17 2015
JA"ANDY HARWELL,Cout>
By
T
KELLY FULI tRIQM DEPUTY
C
ORDER DEFERRING FY 15 BUDGET AMENDMENT:
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter Regarding the FY 15
Budget: Economic Development. Commissioner Gibson made a motion to defer and it was
seconded by Commissioner Snell. A vote being called for, voting in favor of said motion was
Felton,
Judge
Commissioner
Snell,
Commissioner
Gibson,
Commissioner
Jones
and
Commissioner Perry. It is ordered by the Court that the FY 2015 Budget Amendment be, and the
same
is
hereby,
deferred
by
unanimous vote.
PULLED AND NO ACTION TAKEN:
ROAD & BRIDGE: EXPENDITURE AUTHORIZATION
gRE: MAILBOX REPLACEMENT)
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter Regarding the FY 15
Budget: Road & Bridge: Expenditure Authorization ( re: Mailbox Replacement). After discussion,
Judge Felton directed the Clerk to
show
item
as pulled and no action taken.
No Action Taken.
MARCH 17, 2015
AGENDA:
III.
CONSIDERATION OF, AND/OR ACTION ON, THE FOLLOWING:
I.
HEART O' TEXAS FAIR/ EXTRACO EVENTS CENTER: Authorizations
re: Contracts/ Professional Services/ Lease/ Rental Agreements/ Contract
Addendums/ Change Orders/ Extensions; Property Transactions/ Deeds,
Insurances, Surveys/ Proposals/ HOT Fair, Equipment/ Supplies; Authorizations
re:
Purchases, Plan&
Specifications, Construction, Operations, Pay Apps, Bids/
RFP' s; Repairs/ Renovations, Expenditure Authorizations, related matters
1.
Regarding the Moisture Intrusion/ Exterior Envelope Renovations/
Repairs to the Extraco Events Center:
a.
Structural
Engineering Services—
Winton
Engineering:
None
Authorization of Change Orders/ Payment Requests,
Acceptance of Reports, Updates, related matters
b. ARC
Roofing Agreement:
Authorization
of
Change Orders/
Work Orders/ Additional Services/ Addendums,
Updates, related matters
CD- 323, 9: 17
Information Only
INFORMATION ONLY:
ARC ROOFING AGREEMENT: AUTHORIZATION OF CHANGE
ORDERS/ WORK ORDERS/ ADDITIONAL SERVICES/
ADDENDUMS, UPDATED, RELATED MATTERS
RE: THE MOISTURE INTRUSION/ EXTERIOR ENVELOPE
RENOVATIONS/REPAIRS TO THE EXTRACO EVENTS CENTER
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter Regarding the Moisture
Intrusion /
Exterior Envelope Renovations/ Repairs to the Extraco Events Center: ARC Roofing
Agreement: Authorization
of
Change Orders / Work Orders / Additional Services / Addendums,
Updates, related matters. Mr. Mike Anderson with ARC Roofing updated the Court regarding the
Moisture Intrusion/ Exterior Envelope Renovations/ Repairs to the Extraco Events Center.
AGENDA: MARCH 17, 2015
III.
CONSIDERATION OF, AND/ OR ACTION ON, THE FOLLOWING:
L.
CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS:
1.
Reading/Approval of Previous Meeting Minutes;
Acceptance
of
Amendments/
Approved
Supplements/ Corrections; Recording into the Court Minutes of Previously
Approved Documents, Items Not Requiring Court Action, HB 914 Conflict
Disclosure Statements, as applicable
2.
Financial Obligations ofMcLennan County:
Authorization for
a.
County Treasurer to Pay County
Approved
Checks/ Wire/
Electronic Transfers Issued Since Last Authorization
b.
County Treasurer: Interest/ Investment Reports/ Authorizations/
Recording of McLennan County Investment Policy/ Acknowledgment
Pulled
Forms/ Pooled Cash Account Balance Reports
3.
Salary Matters: Benefits/ Status Forms/ Revisions to
Salary Schedules; Authorizations Regarding Human Resources Issues/ Revisions
Human Resources/
None
to Human Resources Policies; Compensation/ Classification Issues/ Personnel
Reviews/ Reclassifications/ Administrative Guidelines; Consultant Reports/
Recommendations, Job Descriptions/ Postings
4.
Authorizations/ Ratifications Re: RFPs /
RFQ' s/ Bids/ Advertisements/
Publications/ Public Notices/ Sole Source Determinations/ Surplus/
Scrap Property Determinations/ Recording of Legal Notifications
a.
5.
6.
Authorization
of
Advertisements for RFQs/ Bids/ RFP'
s/
Public Notices
None
Travel and/or Education Requests/ Ratifications:
Approved
a.
Tradinghouse Lake/ Park
b.
County
Sheriff
Approved
c.
District
Attorney
Approved
Acceptance/ Non Acceptance of Officials/ County Department Head/ Staff/
Organization Reports/ Updates; Policy Recommendations; Reports relative
to County Contracts/ Agreements/ Programs; Recording of Educational or
Insurance Certificates/ Awards/ Bonds/ Recording of Conflict Disclosure
Statements, Presentations to the Court
a.
Texas A& M AgriLife Extension Services:
Monthly Activity
Reports,
Approved
February 2015
Report, December 2014—
b.
Archives:
c.
Health Services Department:
d.
Information
e.
Health Benefits Plan Manager:
February
Quarterly Activity
Monthly Activity
Technology: Monthly Activity
2015
Reports,
Reports,
February
February
February
2015
2015
2015
Monthly Activity Reports, January—
Pulled
Pulled
Pulled
Pulled
7.
Commissioners Court, discussion on, consideration ofand/ or Action on:
a.
Ratification
b.
Authorizations
c.
of
Purchase/ Designation
re:
of
Authorized Purchaser:
Burn Ban in the Unincorporated Areas
of
McLennan
None
Remains
County
Lifted
of Documents related to the Issuance of Bonds by Tarrant County
Cultural Education Facilities Finance Corporation for the Purpose of Financing
or Refinancing Certain Health Facilities Located within the Boundaries of the
County of McLennan, Texas for the Benefit of Baylor Scott& White Holdings
as Required by Section 147( f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986
Approved
Approval
CD- 323, 9: 29
ORDER APPROVING CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS
On this 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of reviewing and approving the
Consent Agenda Items. Judge Felton
stated
that we need to pull
items L. 2. b., L. 6. b., L. 6. c., L. 6. d.
and L. 6. e. Commissioner Perry made a motion to approve ( the consent agenda items with the exception
of
L. 2. b., L. 6. b., L. 6.
c.,
L. 6. d.
and
L. 6.
e.)
and it was seconded by Commissioner Jones. A vote
being called for, voting in favor of said motion was Judge Felton, Commissioner Snell, Commissioner
Gibson, Commissioner Jones and Commissioner Perry. It is ordered by the Court that said Consent
Agenda Items be,
and
the same are
hereby,
approved
by
unanimous vote.
ORDER REAPPOINTING COUNTY AUDITOR OF MCLENNAN COUNTY
THE STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF MCLENNAN
BE IT REMEMBERED that on Thursday, February 19, 2015, the Board of District Judges of McLennan County, Texas,
District Court; Judge Matt Johnson,
consisting of Judge Ralph Strother,
District Court; Judge Gary Coley,
19th
74th
District Court; Judge Jim Meyer,
170th
54th
District Court;
and
Judge Vicki Menard,
414th
District Court, conducted
a special meeting pursuant to Article 84. 003, Local Government Code, to reappoint a County Auditor for
McLennan County for a two year period beginning March 1, 2015.
The District Judges aforementioned voted unanimously to reappoint Mr. Stanley R. Chambers as McLennan
County Auditor effective March 1, 2015, at the existing salary as previously set and approved in the fiscal year
2015 b •:-
Ip
t, AND IT IS SO ORDERED.
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Matt Johnson, Ju' •
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District Court
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District Court
Local Administrative Judge
Judge
Gary Coley, Judg
414th
District Court
Local Administrative Judge
THE STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF MCLENNAN
I, Jon Gimble, Clerk, District Courts, McLennan County, Texas, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a
true and correct copy of the order reappointing STANLEY R. CHAMBERS as County Auditor as same appears from
the original order now on file and of record in this office.
Witness my hand
and seal of office
6
this, the
day
of
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GL—
2015.
Jon Gimble, District Clerk
McLe
n
Co
ty, Texas
o
ByY
Received this
2015
I?
day
and ordered
McLennan
of
filed for
(
hf (LC!-E
record.
County Commissioners Court
n,
Byy ..:
.
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,
Filed for reFord this the 17 day of
tvlarc
2015.
Andy Harwell, Cle k, County Court
McLennan Coun , Texas
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County Judge SCor' V m• FeUt
By
RIM
MAR 17 2015
JA"ANDY HARWELL, CQLJI
By KELLY
FULLB
k
Cooly, Ttas
HT DEPUTY
ORDER APPROVING PAYMENT OF FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS
AND AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY TREASURER TO PAY
COUNTY CHECKS MARCH 16, 2015
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of approving payment of Financial
Obligations and authorizing the County Treasurer to pay County Checks for March 16, 2015. Commissioner
Perry made a motion to approve and it was seconded by Commissioner Jones. A vote being called for, voting
in favor of said motion was Judge Felton, Commissioner Snell, Commissioner Gibson, Commissioner Jones
and Commissioner Perry. It is ordered by the Court that said Financial Obligations and Authorization of the
County
Treasurer be,
and
the same is
hereby,
approved
by
unanimous vote.
Order
of
the Commissioners' Court
of McLennan County
In
accordance with
Local Government Code Section 113. 041(
a),
the Commissioners Court of
McLennan County hereby directs the County Treasurer to release the checks to liquidate the
obligations of McLennan County, Texas represented by the claims supporting the following
checks, drawn on the McLennan County Treasury.
Date Checks
will
be
Number
of
Total Amount of
Invoices
Printed
Invoices
03- 16- 15
325
E031615
71
41, 711. 21
396
244, 619. 06
GRAND TOTAL
202, 907. 85
Approved and ordered by the McLennan County Commissioners Court
on
this the
17
day
of
rnff.fi{,4
2015
2d2i.
ie4).(
cot
County Judge
MAR 17 2015
4A°ANDY HARWELI„ Count
McLennan County, Tlwm9
By
KELLY FULLS'JGHTDEPIUTY
ORDER APPROVING TRAVEL AND EDUCATION REQUESTS:
TRADINGHOUSE LAKE/ PARK;
COUNTY SHERIFF
AND
DISTRICT ATTORNEY
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Travel and/ or Education
Requests /
Ratifications: Tradinghouse Lake/ Park; County Sheriff ( 4 requests) and District Attorney.
Commissioner Perry made a motion to approve and it seconded by Commissioner Jones. A vote being
called for, voting in favor of said motion was Judge Felton, Commissioner Snell, Commissioner Gibson,
Commissioner Jones and Commissioner Perry. It is ordered by the Court that said Travel Requests be,
and
the same
are
hereby,
approved
by
unanimous vote.
i
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Department:
Conference/
McLennan County, Texas
In County Travel Request Form
Danny Tate- Tradinghouse Lake
Training:
Vector Abatement and Mitigation Workshop
Purpose:
Education
Destination:
Waco- Waco Association of Realtors
From Date:
4/ 21/ 2015
To Date: 4/21/ 2015
Traveling Employees'
Danny Tate
Registration fee:
40. 00
per person
This request includes( please check all that apply):
Lodging(
Parking(
Hotel
include
rate
below)_
Mileage Reimbursement_—
include rate
below)_
Meal Reimbursement
room rate:
Other $ 10 Manual Fee
Other:
n
I I
per night
Check if applicable* Conference/ Host Hotel rate exceeds County Travel Policy rate of
100 per night, request reimbursement of Conference/ Host Hotel rate
Hotel parking rate:
Dparking rate is valet; self park is not
self park rate per night
available
Budget:
Fund
Account
Deptid
I
I
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Project
I
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Additional Comments:
Please include any other anticipated expenses with detailed amounts if possible)
Examples include: tolls, taxi, rental car, airfare, airport parking, etc.)
Depa
I._- •
I
Commissioners Court Approval:
horization.
1
APrlED BY COMMISSIONERS COURT
THIS
7
PV OF
Ph•
err
RIM
MAR 17 2015
JA"ANDY HARWELL, CON
McLennan
By, KELLY
GHT DEPUTY
Lt:.'
JUDGE
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McLennan County, Texas
Out of County Travel Request Form
is
yam.'
Department:
SHERIFF' S OFFICE
Conference/ Training:
Texas Public Information Act Seminar
Purpose:
TRAINING
Location:
Austin, TX
From Date:
5/ 13/ 2015
To Date:
5/ 14/2015
Traveling Employees:
Brian Kevil
Tamma Willis
Registration fee:
250. 00
ea. =
500.00 TOTAL
This request includes( please check all that apply):
Lodging( include
Parking ( include
Hotel
rate
below)©
rate
below)©
Mileage Reimbursement III
Meal
room rate:
Reimbursement©
ea.=
Other:
Total
plus taxes
fCheck if applicable. Conference/Host Hotel rate exceeds County Travel Policy rate of
100 per night, request reimbursement of Conference/ Host Hotel rate
Hotel parking rate:
Budget:
self park rate per night
Fund
Oparking rate is valet; self park is r
available
Deptid
Account
001 20- 35- 2200
1
1
6191021
Project
I
Additional Comments:
Please include any other anticipated expenses with detailed amounts if possible)
Examples include: tolls, taxi, rental car, airfare, airport parking, etc.)
Department Authorization:
Commissioners Court Approval:
L/
ie.,;.
APPROVED BY oo, i g oNEFiS
C
THIS
DAY OF
GOWN JUDGE
MI
MAR
17
2015
JA"ANDY KARWELL,COUnty kifk
McLennan County, Arco
By: FILLY FULLB1RIGNT. DEPUTY
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McLennan County, Texas
Out
of
ty Travel Request
County
Form
4
Department:
FEED AND CARE
Conference/ Training:
P.R.I.M.E. T.I.M.E. INTERVIEW SCHOOL
Purpose:
TRAINING
Destination:
WACO TEXAS
From Date:
5/ 13/ 2015
To Date:
5/ 15/2015
Traveling Employees:
KIMBERLY KING
Registration fee:
295.00
per person
This request includes(
please check all that apply):
include
Lodging(
Parking(
Hotel
include
TOTAL=
$ 295.00
rate below)
Mileage Reimbursement
below)
Meal Reimbursement
rate
room rate:
Other:
per night
Check if applicable Conference/Host Hotel rate exceeds County Travel Policy rate of
100 per night, request reimbursement of Conference/ Host Hotel rate
Hotel parking rate:
Budget.
self park rate per night
Fund
Deptid
if
24101
Oparking rate is valet; self park is not
available
Account
Project
1 6191021
Additional Comments:
Please Include any other anticipated expenses with detailed amounts if possible)
Examples Include: tolls, taxi, rental car, airfare, airport parking, etc.)
KIM KING IS A JAIL INVETIGATOR AND THIS CLASS WILL HELP IN HER NEW JOB.
THE SCHOOL IS IN WACO AND THERE WILL NOT BE A NEED FOR HOTEL OR PER DEIUM
Department Authorization:
Commissioners Court Approval:
eivo.
vt_
THIS
BY COMMISSIONERS cam
DAY OF b tf,._•
20
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u-
1l:
MAR 17 2015
JA"ANDY HARWELL, COUr
McLennan County, limos
By. SELLY F LB l0HT DEPUTY
.
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McLennan County, Texas
Out of County Travel Request Form
Department:
SHERIFF' S OFFICE
Conference/ Training:
TEXAS NARCOTICS OFFICERSCONFERENCE
Purpose:
TRAINING
Location.
San Antonio
From Date:
8/ 17/ 2015
To Date:
8/ 20/2015
Traveling Employees:
JEFF AGUIRRE
SHAWN LIPPE
KIRBY CULP
MIKE GATES
BILLY GANN
HUNTER HERRING
Registration fee-
300.00
This request includes( please check all that apply):
Lodging ( include rate below) X
Parking ( include rate below) X
Hotel
1, 800.00 TOTAL
ea. =
n
Mileage Reimbursement_
Meal Reimbursement X
room rate:
Total
ea.=
I
Other:
plus taxes
Check if applicable Conference/ Host Hotel rate exceeds County Travel Policy rate of
100 per night, request reimbursement of Conference/ Host Hotel rate
Hotel parking
rate.
sparking rate is valet; self park is not
self park rate per night
available
Budget:
Fund
Deptid
001
120- 35- 2200
Account
1_
Project
6191021
I
Additional Comments:
Please include any other anticipated expenses with detailed amounts if possible)
Examples include: tolls, taxi, rental car, airfare, airport parking, etc.)
Depart
nt
Authorization:
Commissioners Court Approval:
p BY COMMSSIONERS Win
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I mo:
2Z1
MAR 17 2015
JA"ANDY HARWELL, Cou
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By:
DAY OF ti '
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Department:
:
McLennan County, Texas
Out of County Travel Request Form
'''
'
Feed and Care
Conference/ Training.
GANG INVESTIGATORS CONFERENCE
Purpose:
Training
Destination:
Corpus Christi, TX
From Date:
6/ 29/ 15
To Date.
7/ 3/ 15
Traveling Employees:
WILLIAM SUSTAITA
Testing
Fee:
Total for Testing per person
Registration fee:
250. 00
Total for Courses
per person
Total:
$ 250. 00
This request includes (please check all that apply).
Lodging ( include
Parking ( include
Hotel
rate below)
rate
room rate.
X
Mileage Reimbursement_
Meal Reimbursement X
below)
99.00
per night
Taxes
14. 85
Other: On- Line
Training
Other:
Total:
per night
X
n
$ 569. 25
U Check if applicable Conference/ Host Hotel rate exceeds County Travel Policy rate of
100 per night, request reimbursement of Conference/ Host Hotel rate
Hotel parking rate:
D parking rate is valet, self park is not
self park rate per night
available
Budget
Fund
I
Deptid
11
Account
1
2557101
6191021
Project
I
Additional Comments:
Please include any other anticipated expenses with detailed amounts if possible)
Examples include: tolls, taxi, rental car, airfare, airport parking, etc.)
Department Authorization:
Commissioners Court Approval:
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17 2015
J,A"ANDYHARWELL, COu
Warman
By.J
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Timis
00.HT DEPUTY
APPROVED BY COMMONERS COURT
20,
DAY OF
THIS 1 l
i-
ter..
L., - .
McLennan County, Texas
Out of County Travel Request Form
Department:
Criminal District Attorney
Conferencerrraining:
TDCAA Investigation&
Purpose'
Training
Destination:
San Antonio, Texas
From Date:
8-Apr
2015
Prosecution of Homicide Cases Training
To Date-
10- Apr
2015
Traveling Employees.
Abdon Rodriguez
Mike McNamara
Registration fee:
350
per person
This request includes( please check all that apply):
Mileage
Lodging( include rate below)©
Meal
Parking( include rate below)©
Hotel
Reimbursement©
Other:
Reimbursement©
Other:
I
per night
room rate:
fCheck if applicable: Conference/ Host Hotel rate exceeds County Travel Policy rate of
100 per night; request reimbursement of Conference/ Host Hotel rate
Hotel parking rate-
self park rate per night
Eparking rate is valet, self park is not
available
Budget:
Account
Deptid
Fund
110210-
1
Project
1 5191021
Additional Comments.
D-.
Commissioners Court Approval:
uthory iofi:
arr,
RIM
APPROVED BY
4AR 17 2015
J.A.°ANDY HARWELL.,Cowl y e Ik
By
women
, Tam
KELLY FULLERIGIFR DEPUTY
OFssoN is COURT
I
ORDER ACCEPTING:
MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORTS, FEBRUARY 2015
RE: TEXAS A& M AGRILIFE EXTENSION SERVICES
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Texas A& M AgriLife
Extension Services: Monthly Activity Reports, February 2015. Commissioner Perry made a motion to
approve and it was seconded by Commissioner Jones. A vote being called for, voting in favor of said
motion
was
Judge
Felton,
Commissioner
Snell,
Commissioner Gibson,
Commissioner Jones
and
Commissioner Perry. It is ordered by the Court that said Reports be, and the same are hereby, accepted by
unanimous vote.
Regan Copeland
From:
Sent
To:
Sandra Bigham <
skbigham @ag. tamu.edu>
Thursday, March 05, 2015 2:41 PM
Ann Forrest( [email protected]); Ben Perry( [email protected]);
Chrissy Brault; Cody Hutyra ( cody.hutyra @co.mclennan.tx.us); Dustin Chapman
dustin.chapman @co. mclennan.tx.us); Kelly Snell ( kelly.snell @co. mclennan.tx.us); Lester
Gibson (lester.gibson @co.mclennan.tx.us); Pat Chisolm ( pat.chisolm @co. mclennan.tx.us);
Regan Copeland ( regan.copeland @co. mclennan.tx.us); Scott Felton
smfelton @co.mclennan.tx.us); Susanne Nemmer( [email protected] mclennan.tx.us);
Will Jones ( will Jones @co. mclennan.tx.us); Doc Anderson
charles.anderson @house.state.tx.us); Elaine Slaughter; Kyle.Kacal @house.state.tx.us;
[email protected]; Anna Paulson; Ben Stratmann
ben.stratmann @senate.state.tx.us); Brian Birdwell ( brian. birdwell @senate.state.tx.us); Liz
Sanchez( Liz.Sanchez @senate.state.tx.us); Sandy Edwards
sandy_edwards @cornyn.senate.gov); Shelly Verlander
[email protected]); Bill Flores( [email protected]); Jessica
Harrison; Luke Connelly; Timothy Head ( timothy.head @mail.house.gov); Ana Salinas
amgsalinas @yahoo.com); Danny Ramirez; De Smith (desmith @hot.rr.com); Deloz
Lenord ( dlenord @wacoisd.org); Esther Morales( foodoutreach @grande.net); Eunice
Williams( ewilliams @hotworkforce.com); Hope Huffman ( harlanhuffman @sbcglobal.net);
Janie Martinez( [email protected]); Jodi Jackson
jodiatbentwood @sbcglobal. net); John Minor( [email protected]); Johnie Curtis
jcurtis736 @aol.com); Justin Richard ( justinrrichard @yahoo.com); Kurt Krakowian
kfkrakowian @aol. com); Mark Wiethorn; Russell Devorsky( russell @devorsky.com)
Subject
February Activity Report for the Texas A& M AgriLife Extension Service in McLennan
Attachments:
County
4H.pdf; Ag. pdf; CEP. pdf, FCS. pdf; NR.pdf
Attached are the February activity reports for the Extension Agents of the Texas A& M AgriLife Extension Service in
McLennan County. Let me know if you have any questions or concerns.
Sincerely,
Sandra Bigham
Office Manager
Texas A& M AgriLife Extension Service
McLennan County
420 North 6th Street
Waco, TX 76701
254- 757-5180
Accepit BY COMMSSIONERS COUR
Pc
[email protected] tamu. edu
THIS I 1
TGR1 LIFE
DAY OF a
es
EXTENSION
1
o—
TEXAS A• M
Making
GRILIFE
a
Difference
EXTENSION
in McLennan County
Extension Monthly Report for Count Commissioners Court
Kelsey Pearson
Texas AgriLife Extension
4- H & Youth Development
Overview of major programming efforts for February 2015:
2/ 2
Office Conference
Lync To Success Meeting
2/ 3-
McLennan Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair
2/ 6
2/ 9
Office Conference
Nutrition Quiz Bowl Training via Lync
2/ 13
Head Start at Mart( 13 participants; 11 Youth, 2 Adults)
2/ 16
Office Conference
2/ 17
2/ 18
Adult Taskforce Meeting/ Youth Council Meeting( 12 participants; 5 Youth, 7 Adult)
FCS/ 4- H Coalition Meeting( 10 participants; 4 Youth, 6 Adult)
Kiwana' s Club Meeting( 8 participants)
Head Start at Moody( 19 participants; 17 Youth. 2 Adults)
Learn Grow Eat and Go meeting( 5 participants)
China Springs Water Field Day Meeting( 7 participants)
2/ 19
Head Start at TED( 77 participants; 69 youth, 8 adult)
2/ 23
Office Conference
Head Start at South Waco( 26 participants; 22 youth, 4 adults)
2/ 25-
San Antonio Livestock Show- Steer and Hog Show
2/ 27
Major programming efforts and events planned for March 2015:
3/ 2
Office Conference
3/ 7
Lync to Success Meeting
Adult Taskforce Meeting/ Youth Council Meeting
District 8 Nutrition Quiz Bowl and Consumer Decision Making Contest
3/ 9
Office Conference
3/ 10
McLennan County Project Runway
McLennan County Junior Livestock Show Board Meeting
Record Book Workshop# 2
3/ 11
ducatanal programs tithe 7exaa Agra* lstencron lerrtce are open to all people without regard to race color see disability religion, age or national origin
The Texas A& M Unisersity System, U S Department of Agriculture, and the County Commissioners Courts of Texas Cooperating
3/ 12
3/ 13
McLennan County Photography Contest
District 8 Roundup Agent Training Lync
3/ 16
Office Conference
3/ 18
3/ 31
Houston Livestock Judging Contest
National Ag Day at Axtell Elementary School
McLennan County Roundup
3/ 2
Office Conference
3/ 7
Lync to Success Meeting
Adult Taskforce Meeting/ Youth Council Meeting
District 8 Nutrition Quiz Bowl and Consumer Decision Making Contest
Educational Programs:
9
Programs Presented
177
Program Participants
Educational Contacts:
115
Telephone
1420
Email Blast
Site/ Office
20
visits
31
Mail
315
4- H FB
1409
Web Hits
Newsletter Outreach:
McLennan
County
230
4- H Link
Volunteer Efforts:
Volunteer Hours
34
Volunteer Contacts
40
Secs Je
McLennan
County
Signature
February 9, 2015
County Extension Agent— 4- H & Youth Development
Date
Title
ducattanal programs ofthe Texas Agrtl ife l xtcnsion Sen ice are open to all people nahuut organ/ to race color see, Jtcandirv, religion age ur national origin
The Texas A& M
Unixersity
System, U S Department
of
Agriculture
and the
County Commissioners
Courts
of
Texas
Cooperating
TEXAS A&M
AGRLIF;
Making
EXTENSION
a
Difference
Extension
in McLennan County
Newsletter for Commissioners Court
Overview ofmajor programming efforts of County Agent Dr. Shane McLellan for February, 2015
2, BIG Orientation for Master Gardeners working at BIG Conference, 22 attended
3- 4, BIG Conference, regional program consisting of 21 counties hosted annually in Waco with Mid-Tex
Farm Show. Commodity groups offer educational programs generated from volunteer committees.
3, BIG Horse Program, 24 persons attending. McLennan County volunteer Robin Liebe serves as Vice
President and Horse Committee Chair
4, BIG Recertification Program, 161 persons attending. Agent serves as chairman and is assisted by
Master Gardeners
3- 6, McLennan County Junior Livestock Show
9, Crop Report
9, Texas Farm Bureau Radio Program
10, McLennan County Farm Bureau Committee
10, McLennan County Junior Livestock Show Board, I serve as an advisor to the board
11, Last Chance Videos, 21 persons attended
17, Fanners Share meal @ Vitek' s,
18, Planning meeting with China Spring Elementary teachers for Water Field Day
23, 4-H meeting
23, Texas Farm Bureau Radio Program
24, Kiwanis, I spoke on Extension and issues affecting county citizens. Eleven people attended.
25, McLennan County Go-Texan Meeting
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McLennan County Junior Livestock Show
Educational programs of the Teras Atilt AgriLife Extension Service are open to all people without regard to race, color, religion, set, national origin, age, disability,
genetic
information
or
veteran status.
The Texas A& M
University
System, US Department of Agriculture,
and
the
County
Commissioners Courts of Texas
Cooperating.
Overview ofmajor programming planned by Dr. Shane McLellan for March, 2015:
1, San Antonio Livestock Judging
3, Texas Water Star project meeting at TSTC
4, Master Gardener Exec Meeting
10, Farm Bureau
Meeting
10, Li vestock Judging
practice
12- 13, Houston Goat- Lamb- Heifer Show
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16- 17, Star of Texas Goat/ Lamb Show
18, MG Lunch with the Masters
23, HOT 4- H meeting
Blackland Income Growth Conference
25, MCC livestock judging
26, Star of Texas Livestock Judging
27, Navarro County Livestock Judging
31, County Roundup
Ti*:\\
Educational Programs:
Programs Presented
Program Participants
260
Educational Contacts:
322
Telephone
4200
E- mail Blast
51
Site/ Office Visits
312
Mail
1, 409
Web Hits
5
Newsletter
Media Outreach:
Media Release
4
Waco Tribune Articles
2
38, 134 subscribers)
2
Radio Programs
43 stations
Radio Listeners
4.3 mil estimated audience)
Volunteer Efforts:
Continued Education
Volunteer Hours
Volunteer Contacts
127 ( 243)
559( 1, 068 for year)
4, 177( 6,622 for year)
Educational programs of the Teras A& M Agrilife Extension Service are open to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability,
genetic
information
or veteran status.
The Texas A& M
University System, US Department of Agriculture, and the County
Commissioners Courts of Texas
Cooperating.
T ExAS A• M
AGRILIFE
EXTENSION
Making
a
y PRAIRIE VIEW
T
A& MUNIVERSITY
AM
coumr OF AcncuLTua
SCIENCES
D ifference
Extension
in McLennan
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Cooperative Extension Program
Newsletter for Commissioners Court
Overview ofmajor programming efforts ofCounty Agent Meilana Charlesfor February 2015:
2nd- Balanced Living, session 1- Program presented information on how to determine priorities, manage time to
allow for priorities, use time-management tools and techniques and how to simplify to allow for priorities. 4
participants
3`d- Nutrition and Healthy Living Basics-Caritas, session 1- Program reviewed MyPlate food groups and the adult
portion sizes, discussed major nutrients associated with each food group, discussed preventable diseases
associated with overeating or under-eating from each food group, reviewed daily physical activity needs. 9
participants
Becoming a Mom-CareNet Pregnancy Center, session 5- Explained how smoking, drinking alcohol or abusing
drugs during pregnancy can harm a baby, identified strategies to stop smoking, drinking alcohol or abusing
drugs, identified 3 ways to avoid second- hand smoke, described how infections can affect a developing baby and
4`"-
identified harmful chemical at home and work. 12 participants
4"'-
District 8 Youth Nutrition Workshop Committee, McLennan County Extension Office- Finalized dates,
location and theme of youth and teen nutrition workshop. Assigned duties to committee members. 5
participants
4"'-
Youth Committee Meeting with Mart Superintendent- Discussed the need to afterschool, spring break and
summer programming in Mart. 7 participant
6"'-
Walk Across Texas Planning Meeting- Discussed start and end date, marketing, t-shirts. 5 participants
7th- Balanced Living, session 2- Program presented information how to understand basics of stress, how to
identify stress, how to evaluate stress and how to develop effective stress-coping strategies. 2 participants
Nutrition and Healthy Living Basics-Caritas, session 2- Reviewed the importance of planning family menus
and grocery shopping by, preparing a menu, budgeting grocery shopping, explaining unit pricing. 7 participants
8"'-
11"'-
Becoming a Mom- CareNet Pregnancy Center, session 6- Identified 3 things to take to the hospital,
completed a birth plan, listed 3 signs of labor, named the 3 stages of labor. 8 participants
11th—
13th District 8 Regional FCS Summit, Weatherford, Texas
Eduoaaonal programs#' Tires A& MApnLf Extension Sernoe are open to allpeople wutho utrepard trace, color, sec, disability. rehppan, ape, or naaonal origin
The Texas A& M
University System,
US Department
ofApnaulaure,
and the
County
Cannasstoners Caws
t'Texas
Caveman:
13`"-
Meeting with Tiffany Traylor-Tarrant County CEP- FCS Agent- Reviewed AAFCS presentation information,
discussed American Eating Pattern survey and possible result. 1 participant
16"'-
Balanced Living, sessions 3- Program presented information on feeding your body mindfully, rejecting
dieting for weight loss and nurturing your body. 2 participants
17th- Nutrition and Healthy Living Basics- Caritas, session 3- Provided an overview of how to read the nutrition
facts label, discussed the nutrients found on nutrition facts label, explained preventable diseases associated with
overconsumption of nutrients found on nutrition facts labels and defined daily value percentages. 2 participants
17"'-
CRL/ Money Management Subcommittee Meeting, McLennan County Extension Office- Reviewed worked
done since last meeting. Finalized agenda, number to registrants, responsibilities during training. 3 participants
Becoming a Mom-CareNet Pregnancy Center, session 7- Described 3 ways to bond with a newborn baby,
identified 3 ways to cope with crying, identified 3 benefits of breastfeeding, how to bathe and diaper a baby and
18"'-
described the importance of newborn screenings and vaccinations. 8 participants
19"'-
NEFE High Financial Planning Program, Region 12- Professional development attended to learn more about
high school financial program that can be implemented in McLennan County high schools and youth programs.
20th- Inclusion Childcare Conference Workshop Meeting( Lync)- Committee members updated each other on
progress. Discussed incentives, food items, price and marketing strategies. 2 participants
20"'-
Head Start TED, Discover MyPlate, lesson 2- Name the five MyPlate food groups and be able to identify food
choices within each group, describe the importance of eating foods from all five food groups for good health and
identify the MyPlate icon and explain that it serves as a reminder to eat foods from all five food groups. 118
participants( 5 classes)
20"'- Communities in School Open House- Introduced to the programs Communities in School can provide and
opportunities for partnership.
23`d- Balanced Living, session 5- Cancelled due to inclement weather
24th- Nutrition and Healthy Living Basics-Caritas, session 4- Cancelled due to inclement weather
24th Citizens for Responsible Lending-Goodwill Learning Center, Pay Day Lending Train-the-Trainer-Cancelled due
to inclement weather. Will reschedule for a future date.
25"'-
Becoming a Mom- CareNet Pregnancy Center, session 8- Described 3 physical changes and discomforts that
are common after childbirth, identified 2 emotional changes that can occur after having a baby, know when to
call their health care provider about physical or emotional changes and discussed how a new baby can affect
their relationship with their partner. 6 participants
26th- CAHS Spring Career Development Event- Volunteered for event on Prairie View A& M University' s campus.
27th- Head Start- Brooke Avenue Elementary, Discover MyPlate session 2- Name the five MyPlate food groups
and be able to identify food choices within each group, describe the importance of eating foods from all five
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food groups for good health and identify the MyPlate icon and explain that it serves as a reminder to eat foods
from all five food groups. 44 participants( 2 classes)
28"'-
Welcome to the Real World simulation, McLennan County Juvenile Correctional Facility, Mart- Cancelled
due to inclement weather. Will reschedule for a later date.
Upcoming March Programming
2"
d-
Meeting with NeighborWorks of Waco
3ed- Nutrition and Healthy Living Basics, session 4
3`
d-
Meeting with Hallsburg ISD
3` d- Success Seekers 4- H Club, Bledsoe Miller Recreation Center
eh-Active Infants, Care Net Pregnancy Center, session 1
4`h- Youth Program Planning Meeting, Mart, Texas
4th—
7th American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences-Texas Affiliate Annual State Conference, San
Antonio, Texas
6`h- African American Eating Patterns, AAFCS- TX Affiliate Conference, San Antonio, Texas
6th Stork' s Nest Prematurity Awareness Presentation
9th—
13th Neighborworks of Waco, Project Aspire Spring Break Camp
10"'- Essential Money Management Caritas of Waco, session 1
11t- Active Infants, Care Net Pregnancy Center, session 2
17"'- Essential Money Management, Caritas of Waco, session 3
18th- Active Infants, Care Net Pregnancy Center, session 3
19th-
Nutrition
and
Healthy Living Basics, Family
Abuse Center,
session
1
Education Programs:
Programs Presented
19"'- Texas Hunger Initiative- Hunger
and
Justice
Gathering
Program Participants
19
240
20"'- Caregivers Conference
Educational Contacts:
h-
24`
h-
Essential
Money
Management, Caritas
of
Waco,
24` Cooperative Extension Program- Program Area
session
Planning
3
Telephone
20
Email Blast
7833
Office
Committee
Web
25 '- Active Infants, Care Net Pregnancy Center, session 4
26th- Nutrtition and Healthy Living Basics, Family Abuse Center, session 2
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The Texas AdiMUrnverray System US DeparoruntrarAgnatIture.
and the
County Cornrrassioners
Courts
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EXTENSION
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PRAIRIE VIEW
A& M UNIVERSITY
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Cooperative Extension Program
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County
Extension Newsletter for Commissioners Court
Overview of major programming efforts of County Agent Deanna Franklin for February 2015:
February 2, Dinner Tonight @ ExtraCo Events Center, 80 people attended
February 3, BIG Conference/ 4- H Scholarship Awards
February 3, Do Well Be Well with Diabetes @ MCC, 10 people attended
February 4, Planning Meeting with Community Health Workers, 2 attended
February 5, Head Start( Protein), JH Hines Elementary School, 63 people attended
February 5, Professional Development, Step Up to Scale Down Online Training
February 5, MCJLS/ Youth Fair
February 6, Walk Across Texas Planning Meeting, 3 attended
February 6, MCJLS Auction
February 9, Head Start( Protein), Ortlip, 57 attended
February 9, Professional Development 4-H Nutrition Quiz Bowl Training
February 9, Step Up to Scale Down, Extension Office, 20 attended
February 10, Professional Development, Youth Mental Health First Aid, Weatherford
February 11- 13, Professional Development, FCS Summit, Weatherford
February 16, Head Start, Bell' s Hill Elementary School, 44 attended
February 16, Step Up to Scale Down, Extension Office, 22 attended
February 17 Cooking Well with Diabetes Planning Meeting, 1 attended
February 17, 4- H FCS Coalition Meeting, 7 attended
February 18, Planning Meeting with Community Health Workers, 1 attended
February 18, Learn, Grow, Eat Go Planning Meeting, Region 12, 5 attended
February 19, High School Financial Planning Program Teacher Workshop, Region 12, 15 attended
February 20, 1115 Waiver Update Meeting, Gatesville, 10 attended
February 10, Eat Well, Live Strong, Costa Esmeralda, 7 attended
February 23, Planning Meeting, World Hunger Relief, 3 attended
February 24, Dinner Tonight Wrap Up meeting, 6 attended
February 24, Cooking Well with Diabetes, 8 attended
February 25, Welcome to the Real World, Waco High School, 60 attended
February 26, Texas
Extension Association
of
Family&
Consumer Sciences, Georgetown, 15 attended
February 27, Planning Meeting, Donna Stauber/ Baylor Hillcrest, 3 attended
February 27, Community Health Worker( 1115 Waiver) observation, Lake Air Montessori School
Educational programs ofthe Texas A& MAgriLife Eaension Service are open to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability,
genetic
information
or veteran status
The Texas A& M
University
System, US Department of Agriculture,
and
the
County Commissioners Courts of Texas Cooperating.
Overview of major programming efforts plannedfor March:
March 2, Three Easy Bites, CareNet Pregnancy Center
March 2, JH Hines Elementary, Grow into Health
March 2, Step Up to Scale Down, Extension Office
March 3, Scott&
White Health Plan Meeting, Temple
March 3, Mountainview Elementary, Grow into Health
March 3, Cooking Well with Diabetes, St. Paul Lutheran
March 4- 5, San Antonio, American Association
of
Family& Consumer Sciences-Texas Affiliate Meeting
March 7, 4- H Consumer Decision Making& Nutrition Quiz Bowl Contests, MCC ESEC
March 9, Three Easy Bites, CareNet Pregnancy Center
March 9, Step Up to Scale Down, Extension Office
March 10, Cooking Well with Diabetes, St. Paul Lutheran Church
March 11, Mountainview Elementary School, Grow into Health
March 12, Spanish Do Well Be Well training
March 12, Step Up to Scale Down, Courthouse
March 12, McLennan Extension Education Association Meeting
March 12, Mountainview Elementary School, Grow into Health
March 16, Three Easy Bites, CareNet Pregnancy Center
March 16, JH Hines Elementary School, Grow into Health
March 16, Step Up to Scale Down, Extension Office
March 17, Food Jeopardy, Cottages at Oak Springs
March 18, ARDC Board Meeting
March 18, Healthy Divas, Brook Avenue Elementary
March 19, Step Up to Scale Down, Courthouse
March 19, Mountainview Elementary, Grow into Health
March 19, Spanish Do Well Be Well with Diabetes, South Waco Community Center
March 20, Caregiving Conference, Columbus Ave. Baptist Church
March 23, Walk Across Texas begins
March 23, Eat Well, Live Strong, Costa Esmeralda
March 23, JH Hines Elementary, Grow into Health
March 23, Step Up to Scale Down, Extension Office
March 24, Mountainview Elementary, Grow into Health
March 25, Healthy Divas, Brook Avenue Elementary School
March 26, Step Up to Scale Down, Courthouse
March 26, Mountainview Elementary School, Grow into Health
March 26, Spanish Do Well Be Well with Diabetes, South Waco Community Center
March 30, JH Hines Elementary School, Grow into Health
March 30, Step Up to Scale Down, Extension Office
March 31, Mountainview Elementary School, Grow into Health
March 31, McLennan County 4- H Roundup
Educationalprograms of the Teras A& M AgriLife Extenslon Service are open to allpeople without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability,
genetic
information
or veteran status.
The Texas A& M University System, US Department of Agriculture, and
the
County
Commissioners Courts of Texas
Cooperating.
Educational Programs:
22
Programs Presented
442
Program Participants
Educational Contacts:
132
Telephone
8000
E- Mail Blast
4
Site/ Office Visits
39
Mail
1400
Web Hits
Media Outreach:
3
Media Releases
Facebook Posts/ Likes
Media releases are sent to Waco Tribune, Country World News, Marlin Democrat, Farmer's Friend, Lorena Leader, Farmer's Stockmen, Fox
44, Hometown News, Lone Star Iconoclast, Mart Messenger, McGregor Mirror, Rosebud Paper, Waco Farm&
Labor Journal, West News,
Texas Farm Bureau, Waco Citizen, and World of Ranching.
Educational programs of the Texas A& M Agrilife Extension Service are open to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability,
genetic
information
or veteran status.
The Texas A& M
University
System, US Department of Agriculture,
and
the
County Commissioners Courts of Texas Cooperating.
TEXAS
ATEXAS
A& M
LIFE
EXTENSION
Making a
Difference
Extension
in McLennan County
Newsletter for Commissioners Court
Erich Schatte
Texas AgriLife Extension
Natural Resource
Overview of major programming efforts for February 2015:
2/ 2
Office Conference
2/ 2
Master Gardener BIG
2/ 2
Lync to Success Meeting
2/ 2
Human Resource Meeting
2/ 3
McLennan
County
Livestock Show; ( weigh, classify
2/ 4
McLennan
County
Livestock Show; ( Goat, Lamb, and Steer Show)
2/ 5
McLennan
County
Livestock Show; ( Rabbit,
2/ 6
McLennan County Livestock Show; ( Tag sale animals and Youth Auction)
2/ 9
Office Conference
2/ 11
Last Chance CEU
2/ 12
Created 2015 Major Show Handbook( 15 distributed)
2/ 16
Office Conference
2/ 16
Adult Task Force and Youth Council Meeting ( 12 total; 5 Youth, 7 Adults)
2/ 18
Learn Grow, Eat, Go ( 5 adults)
2/ 18
Water Field Day; China Springs( 6 adults)
2/ 19
San Antonio Livestock Show( Lamb and Heifer Shows)
2/ 20
San Antonio Livestock Show( Heifer Show)
2/ 23
2/ 23
and register) (
Heifer Show)
Chicken, and Hog Shows)
Lync to Success Homework
Office Conference
Educational programs of the Texas A& M Agril ife Extension Service are open to all people without regard to race, color, religion, set, national origin, age, disability,
genetic
information
or veteran
status.
The Texas A& M
University
System, US Department of Agriculture,
and the
County Commissioners Courts of Texas Cooperating.
2/ 24
Pecan Seminar Workshop( worked on speakers and agenda)
2/ 26
Youth Council Agenda for March 2nd
Major programming efforts and events planned for March 2015:
3/ 1
San Antonio Livestock Judging Contest( 9 members)
3/ 2
Office Conference
3/ 2
Adult Task Force and Youth Council Meeting
3/ 10
McLennan County Livestock Show Board Meeting
3/ 11-
Houston Livestock Show( Heifers, Lambs, and Goats)
15
3/ 16-
Houston Livestock Show( Steers, Hogs, and Chickens)
21
3/ 16
Houston Livestock Judging Contest
3/ 23-
Star of Texas Livestock Show
27
3/ 25
Star of Texas Livestock Judging Contest
3/ 27
Navarro Livestock Judging Contest
3/ 31
County Round Up
Educational Programs:
4
Programs Presented
23
Program Participants
Educational Contacts:
35
Telephone
Email Blast
250
Site/ Office
100
visits
0
Mail
1409
Web Hits
Newsletter Outreach:
McLennan
County
230
4- H Link
Volunteer Efforts:
Volunteer Hours
12
Volunteer Contacts
50
Educational programs ofthe Texas A& M AgrlLlfe Extension Service are open to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability,
genetic
information
or veteran status.
The Texas A& M University System, US Department of Agriculture,
and the
County
Commissioners Courts of Texas
Cooperating.
Mal
MAR 17 2015
JAHANDYHARVV81, Countyelork
Veltman Counb,' 1wmn
8y. KELLY FULLBAIGHT DEPUTY
REMAINS LIFTED:
AUTHORIZATIONS RE: BURN BAN IN THE
UNINCORPORATED AREAS OF MCLENNAN COUNTY
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Authorizations re:
Burn Ban in the Unincorporated Areas of McLennan County. Commissioner Perry made a motion
to keep the burn ban lifted and it seconded by Commissioner Jones. A vote being called for,
voting in favor of said motion was Judge Felton, Commissioner Snell, Commissioner Gibson,
Commissioner Jones and Commissioner Perry. It is ordered by the Court that said Authorizations
re: Burn Ban in the Unincorporated Areas of McLennan County be, and the same is hereby,
approved unanimous vote.
ORDER APPROVING:
DOCUMENTS RELATED TO THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS BY TARRANT COUNTY
CULTURAL EDUCATION FACILITIES FINANCE CORPORATION FOR THE
PURPOSE OF FINANCING OF REFINANCING CERTAIN HEALTH FACILITIES
LOCATED WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF THE COUNTY OF MCLENNAN, TEXAS
FOR THE BENEFIT OF BAYLOR SCOTT&
WHITE HOLDINGS AS REQUIRED
BY SECTION 147( F) OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1986
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Approval of
Documents related to the Issuance of Bonds by Tarrant County Cultural Education Facilities
Finance Corporation for the Purpose of Financing of Refinancing Certain Health Facilities
Located within the Boundaries of the County of McLennan, Texas for the Benefit of Baylor Scott
White Holdings as Required by Section 147( f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
Commissioner Perry made a motion to approve and it was seconded by Commissioner Jones. A
vote being called for, voting in favor of said motion was Judge Felton, Commissioner Snell,
Commissioner Gibson, Commissioner Jones and Commissioner Perry. It is ordered by the Court
that said Authorization
be,
and
the
same
is
hereby,
approved
by
unanimous vote.
From: Kortmeyer, Scott [ mailto: scott. [email protected] com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2015 4: 43 PM
To: ' Bustin. chapman @co. mclennan. tx. us'
Subject: Tarrant
County
Cultural Education Facilities Finance Corporation ( Baylor Scott& White Project)
Series-2015
Good afternoon Dustin,
Baylor Scott &
White ( the new entity created with the merger of the integrated health systems of Baylor
Health Care System
and
Scott&
White Health) is doing a new bond transaction which will require TEFRA
approval from Judge Felton ( I have included the form from 2010 that Judge Lewis executed) for federal
tax purposes
As way of background for this transaction, BSW is in the process of renovating its main hospital facilities
in Dallas and its main hospital facilities in Temple, as well as a large refunding of some of the legacy
Baylor Health Care System and Scott White Health Bonds, which included the Hillcrest healthcare
facilities in Waco, as such under state and federal statutes BSW is required to get the approval of the
Judge Felton for of any tax- exempt bond financing of such facilities. BSW is in the process of structuring
this financing, the Bonds will be issued through the Tarrant County Cultural Education Facilities Finance
Corporation, as was done in 2010, and scheduled to close the second week of May. Under federal tax
law, Judge Felton' s approval must happen after a TEFRA notice is published ( this occurred on February
hearing is held ( this is occurring on Friday March 6th). In order for us to maintain our
timeline and final issuer approval, we need Judge Felton' s approval by March 23rd I will be able to send
16th)
and
TEFRA
a draft of the approval, a copy of the published TEFRA notice and minutes from the hearing the week of
March 9` h. Please let me know if this schedule is possible and if you have any questions
Thank you in advance for your time. Please let me know what you may need to facilitate this process
and what dates may work for you and Judge Felton
Thank you. Scott
Scott Kortmeyer I Partner
Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP
2200 Ross Avenue, Suite 3600, Dallas, Texas 75201- 7932, United States
Tel +
1 214 855 7459 I Fax+ 1 214 855 8200
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RESOLUTION
COUNTY,
OF
THE
TEXAS,
COMMISSIONERS
APPROVING
THE
COURT
BONDS
TO
OF
MCLENNAN
BE
ISSUED
BY
TARRANT COUNTY CULTURAL EDUCATION FACILITIES FINANCE
CORPORATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF FINANCING OR REFINANCING
CERTAIN HEALTH FACILITIES LOCATED WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES
OF THE COUNTY
OF
BAYLOR SCOTT &
MCLENNAN,
TEXAS
FOR
THE
BENEFIT
OF
WHITE HOLDINGS AS REQUIRED BY SECTION
147( f) OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1986, AS AMENDED; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
WHEREAS, by resolution the Commissioners Court of Tarrant County, Texas ( the
Sponsoring Entity"), authorized and approved the creation of the Tarrant County Cultural
Education Facilities Finance Corporation ( the " Issuer") as a nonprofit corporation under the
provisions of the Cultural Education Facilities Finance Corporations Act, Article 1528m, Texas
Revised Civil Statutes, as amended from time to time, authorized to issue revenue bonds on
behalf of the Sponsoring Entity to provide funds to finance or refinance all or part of the cost of
health facilities" ( as defined in the Health Facilities Development Act, Chapter 221, Texas
Health and Safety Code, as amended from time to time); and
WHEREAS, Baylor Scott &
White Holdings,
a
Texas
nonprofit
corporation ("
BSW
Holdings"),
directly or through affiliates, owns and operates in McLennan County at or adjacent
to ( i) 7700 Fishpond Road, Waco, Texas 76710, a charitable healthcare facility known as Scott&
White Clinic — Waco (" S& W Clinic — Waco"), ( ii) 100 Hillcrest Medical Blvd., Waco, Texas
76710, charitable healthcare facilities known as Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center, d/ b/ a Baylor
Scott & White Hillcrest Medical Center,
Herring
Avenue, Waco, Texas 76708,
and
Cancer Center(" BS& WHillcrest"), and ( iii) 3000
a charitable
healthcare
facility
known
as
Scott &
White
Center for Rehabilitative Medicine— Waco (" S& W Center— Waco");
WHEREAS, it has been proposed that the Issuer, pursuant to a plan of finance, issue
hospital
total
revenue
amount not
bonds in
to
multiple series and
exceed $
in
multiple years (
collectively, the " Bonds") in a
1, 600, 000, 000 and loan the proceeds thereof to BSW Holdings to
i) finance and/ or refinance the construction, reconstruction, renovation, furnishing, remodeling,
rehabilitation and/ or equipping of health facilities of BSW Holdings and its affiliates, all as
described in the published Notice of Public Hearing attached as Exhibit A to the Certificate of
Public
Hearing,
which
is
attached
to this Resolution as Attachment I ( the" Notice")
S& W Clinic —Waco, BS& W Hillcrest
and
that includes
S& W Center - Waco; ( ii) refund all or a portion of
the following prior bond issues and/ or lease obligations: the Tarrant County Cultural Education
Facilities Finance Corporation Hospital Revenue Bonds( Scott and White Memorial Hospital and
Scott, Sherwood and Brindley Foundation Project) Series 2008- 1, the Tarrant County Cultural
Education Facilities Finance Corporation Hospital Revenue Bonds ( Scott and White Memorial
Hospital and Scott, Sherwood and Brindley Foundation Project) Series 2008A, the Tarrant
County Cultural Education Facilities Finance Corporation Hospital Revenue Refunding Bonds
Baylor Health Care System Project) Series 2009, Tarrant County Cultural Education Facilities
Finance Corporation Hospital Revenue Bonds ( Scott & White Healthcare Project) Series 2010,
the Tarrant County Cultural Educational Facilities Finance Corporation Hospital Revenue Bonds
Baylor Health Care System Project) Series 2011D, and the Tarrant County Cultural Educational
Facilities Finance Corporation Hospital Revenue Bonds ( Baylor Health Care System Project)
Series 2011E; ( iii)
pay capitalized interest on the Bonds to the extent authorized; and( iv) pay the
costs of issuing the Bonds;
WHEREAS, Section 147( f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended ( the
Code"),
requires that the Bonds and the projects to be financed or refinanced by the Bonds ( the
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Projects") be
by an " applicable elected representative" ( the " AER") after a public
hearing following reasonable public notice, as a condition to the exclusion of interest on the
approved
Bonds from gross income for federal income tax purposes; and
WHEREAS, an AER for the issuance of the Bonds is the Commissioners Court of
McLennan
County,
Texas( the"
Governing Body");
and
WHEREAS, the duly appointed hearing officers of the Issuer and BSW Holdings held
public hearings on March 6, 2015 and conducted such hearing in a manner that provided a
reasonable opportunity for persons with differing views on the Bonds and the Projects to be
heard, following the publication of the Notice, which contains the date, time and place of the
public hearing, no less than 14 days before said date in The Dallas Morning News, the Fort
Worth Star Telegram, the Austin American-Statesman, and the Temple Daily Telegram, being
newspapers of general circulation within the Sponsoring Entity or within the geographical
jurisdictions in which a portion of the facilities comprising the Projects are located; and
Governing Body desires to: ( i) confirm action taken with respect to
public hearing requirements for the Projects; and ( ii) approve the Bonds and the Projects as
required by Section 147( f)of the Code; and
WHEREAS, the
WHEREAS, the Governing Body has considered evidence of the posting of notice of this
meeting and officially finds, determines, recites and declares that notice of this meeting was
given and this meeting was held in accordance with the requirements of the Open Meetings Act,
Chapter 551, Texas Government Code, as amended;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COMMISSIONERS COURT OF
MCLENNAN COUNTY, TEXAS, THAT:
Section 1.
Findings, Determinations
and
Statements.
The findings, determinations
and statements set forth in the preamble hereof are hereby incorporated by reference as if set
forth in full.
Section 2.
Confirmation
Section 3.
AER Approval.
Public
Hearing.
holding of the public hearing are hereby confirmed.
of
All actions taken with respect to the
The Governing Body, acting in its capacity as AER
pursuant to the requirements of Section 147( f) of the Code, hereby approves the Bonds and the
Projects located
jurisdiction
County, Texas ( the " County"), all as
hereby is not to be construed as ( i) a
representation or warranty by the County, the Governing Body, any of the officers of the
described in
the
within
the
Notice.
The
of
approval
McLennan
granted
Governing Body, the State of Texas or any other agency, instrumentality or political subdivision
of the State of Texas that the Bonds will be paid or that any obligations assumed by any of the
parties under the instruments delivered in connection with the Bonds will in fact be performed;
ii) a pledge of faith and credit of or by the State of Texas or any agency, instrumentality or
political subdivision of the State of Texas, including the County; or ( iii) a representation or
warranty concerning the validity of the Bonds.
Providing an Effective Date. This resolution shall be in full force and
effect from and after its passage, and it is accordingly so resolved.
Section 4.
PASSED AND APPROVED BY THE COMMISSIONERS COURT OF MCLENNAN
COUNTY, TEXAS, THIS MARCH 17, 2015.
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2
County
Judge Scott M. Felton
CERTIFICATE OF COUNTY CLERK
THE STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF MCLENNAN
I, the undersigned, County Clerk and Ex-officio Clerk of the Commissioners Court of
McLennan County, Texas, DO HEREBY CERTIFY as follows:
1.
That
17th
day of March, 2015, a meeting of the Commissioners
Court of McLennan County, Texas, was held in the courtroom, on the 1s` floor of the McLennan
Courthouse, Room 114 at 501 Washington Avenue, in Waco; the duly constituted members of
the Court being as follows:
on
the
Scott Felton
Kelly
County Judge
Snell
Commissioner
Lester Gibson
Commissioner
Will Jones
Commissioner
Ben
Commissioner
Perry
and all of said persons were present at said
meeting,
Among
except
other business considered at said meeting, the attached resolution entitled:
RESOLUTION
COUNTY,
OF
TEXAS,
THE
COMMISSIONERS
APPROVING
THE
COURT
BONDS
TO
OF
MCLENNAN
BE
ISSUED
TARRANT COUNTY CULTURAL EDUCATION FACILITIES
BY
FINANCE
CORPORATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF FINANCING OR REFINANCING
CERTAIN HEALTH FACILITIES LOCATED WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES
OF
THE
COUNTY
BAYLOR SCOTT &
OF
MCLENNAN,
TEXAS
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
WHITE HOLDINGS AS REQUIRED BY SECTION
147( f) OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1986, AS AMENDED; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE"
was introduced and submitted to the Court for passage and adoption. After presentation and due
consideration of the resolution, and upon a motion duly made and seconded, the resolution was
duly passed and adopted by the Court to be effective immediately by the following vote:
voted"
For"
C')
voted"
Against"
0
abstained
all as shown in the official Minutes of the Court for the meeting held on the aforesaid date.
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2.
That the attached resolution is a true and correct copy of the original on file in the
official records of the County; the duly qualified and acting members of the Commissioners
Court of said County on the date of the aforesaid meeting are those persons shown above and,
according to the records of my office, advance notice of the time, place and purpose of the
meeting was given to each member of the Court; and that said meeting and the deliberation of
the aforesaid public business was open to the public and written notice of said meeting, including
the subject of the above entitled resolution, was posted and given in advance thereof in
compliance with the provisions of Chapter 551, Texas Government Code, as amended.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto signed my name officially and affixed the
Commissioners Court, this the
day of March, 2015.
seal of the
17th
4
o Clerk
County Jerk and ExCommissioners Court, McLennan County, Texas
Com. Crt. Seal)
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2
APPROVAL OF APPLICABLE ELECTED REPRESENTATIVE
OF MCLENNAN COUNTY, TEXAS
I, Scott Felton,
County Judge of McLennan County, Texas( the" County"), certify with respect to
all series of the Tarrant County Cultural Education Facilities Finance Corporation Hospital Revenue
Bonds( Baylor Scott&
with respect
White Health Project) Series 2015, as well as additional bonds that may be issued
to the same plan of
finance( collectively,
the"
Bonds"),
that:
Based upon the evidence presented to me, for the sole purpose of satisfying the requirements of
Section 147( f) of
the
Internal Revenue Code
of
1986,
as amended( the"
Code"), and for no other purpose,
I hereby approve the Bonds and the facilities to be financed with a portion of the proceeds of the Bonds
and located within the County, all as described in the published Notice of Public Hearing included as
Exhibit A to the Certificate of Public Hearing attached hereto as Attachment I.
This approval is not to be construed as ( i) a representation or warranty by the County or the
undersigned that the Bonds will be paid or that any obligations assumed by any of the parties will, in fact,
be performed, or ( ii) as a pledge of the faith and credit of or by the County. Further, the fact that the
undersigned has approved the Bonds as required by the Code may not, in any event, be used as a sales
device with respect to the Bonds.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto signed my name officially hereon on the date
shown below.
DATED: March I1, 2015.
911,V17.
e.
Scott Felton
lain
County Judge, McLennan County, Texas
r .
ATTEST:
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Attachment I
Certificate of Public Hearing
35116298 1
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC HEARING
I, the undersigned, hereby certify in connection with the issuance by the Tarrant County
Cultural Education Facilities Finance Corporation ( the " Issuer")
of its limited obligation
revenue bonds pursuant to a plan of financing, in multiple series and in multiple years, in the
to exceed $ 1, 600, 000, 000 in the aggregate ( collectively, the " Bonds"), for
Baylor Scott & White Holdings, a Texas non- profit corporation, and one or more
principal amount not
the benefit
of
its
of
tax- exempt nonprofit affiliates( collectively, the"
1.
I
am
the
Vice President — Treasury
System"), as follows:
and Chief Debt Officer with Baylor Scott &
White Health in respect of the financing described herein, and have been duly authorized to
conduct a public hearing on the issuance of the Bonds to finance or refinance the projects
described in the notice of such hearing published in the The Dallas Morning News on February
16, 2015, in the Fort
Worth Star- Telegram
on
February
16, 2015,
the Austin American-
Statesman on February 16, 2015 and in the Temple Daily Telegram on February 16, 2015, copies
of which notices as published with Affidavits of Publication attached hereto as Exhibit A, all of
which projects are or are to be owned, operated, or managed by the System and located in Bell,
Brazos, Burnet, Collin, Coryell, Dallas, Ellis, McLennan, Tarrant, or Williamson County, Texas,
as described in the notice.
2.
1 conducted such hearing commencing at 10: 00 a. m. on Friday, March 6, 2015, at
the offices of Scott&
White Healthcare, 2401 South 30 Street, Temple, Texas 76508, in Room
C611 located on the 6th floor of the main Hospital Building, which offices were open to the
public for purposes of the hearing.
3.
At the time for the commencement of the hearing, I publicly requested comments,
either orally or in writing, on the facilities to be financed or refinanced with proceeds of the
Bonds and on the issuance of the Bonds.
4.
At the hearing, no persons presented comments, orally or in writing.
5.
1 imposed no time limitations on any public comments.
6.
A copy of the minutes of the public hearing is attached hereto as Exhibit B.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this March 6, 2015.
Francis P. Anderson, Hearing Officer appointed by
Tarrant County Cultural Education Facilities
Finance Corporation
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EXHIBIT A
Affidavit
of
Publication—
Affidavit
of
Publication— Fort Worth Star- Telegram
Affidavit
of
Affidavit
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The Dallas Morning News
Publication— Austin American- Statesman
of
Publication —Temple
Daily Telegram
AFFIDAVIT OF PUBLICATION
STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF DALLAS
Before me, a Notary Public in and for Dallas County. this day personally appeared David
Ferster, Advertising Representative for the The Dallas Morning News, being duly sworn
by oath, states the attached advertisement of:
FULBRIGHT& JAWORSKI LLP
as published in the The Dallas Morning News on:
February 16. 2015
OP
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D ' id Ferster)
Sworn to
and subscribed
before
me
this
February 16. 2015
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Mary A. Winston,
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Rogers
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James C. Snyder Jr.,Jr.
Senior VP- General
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unsabsfactory
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an
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the
or
when in
will prevent
et hinder the prompt completion of
additional
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work
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awarded.
the
cornlder
may
criteria
listed
in this subsection to doterminn
whether any bidder or any bid
H
mponshe or responsible
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external
be
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signatures
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Bidders
the
work
to
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stallation
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leg,
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road
certain
concrete
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single prime
shall be on•
lump
Contract Bids
turn bays with additive alternate
bd Items as Indicated in the Bid
may
the City, Me
successful oi0aar must
providt
fthat he has
penamed
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may' tie
milar nature and dollar
refundable
year,
the
SpKlficatlohs Attention is called
to me Owisiohe of the Act of the (
13rd Legislature
Tecas
the
of
payment
be.
be
of
thy State
of
and subseWont amendments
t: aKerolne
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a
scale
mat.
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and
wages
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by City
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Seabrook
o
predict All
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IF relK and made
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stand
dons for the
DWbtllties Act
Amerka.ns
of
with
1990
A rmnenandatary Po-Bid Canferenco
at
the
tlty
Benbrock.
of
911
Road. eenbreok, Texas
beta at 2: 00 P M. February
Winxott
soli be
23, 2015.
Plant.
Contract
and
icmay
btheetlly
B4nbroek meaKlpel ,
913
Winsoott Road. B4nbroot
oab, Texas (
76126. Copies of such. nsttumonts
and
also by obtained 6t the City
of Seabrook upon a non• refundabie
payment of
sat
Monty
donors( 520. 00)
be
Dow-
Bidding
obtained
at
trio
office Thew documents
purChased
on
a
non-
basis
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per
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Kevin Glower. PE
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of
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Jennifer Boon( IenMrctta waltaccggroup, ca)
for technical
median
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consist .
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s
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Revponses will be" mewed
until
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Thursday, March 5,
intcnana Faddy.
at 2205 N. Ceowtey{ ICbump Ra
Uowtey. TX. 76036. Cr0Mey 150
1015. M the
CIn OF BENBROOK
reserves the mmht to accept or rased
911 Winxott Rood
anyany or a0 submittals.
BeriDrook Texas 76126
REQUEST FOR sealed Bids for the (
Trophy Club Municipal Utility Dis•
tact No. 1 Wastewater Treatment
Plant Improvements Project
received
by Trophy Club
Utility Dlstnct No
the
Munklpal
1paI Orlry
76262
until
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ma
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at
100
Trophy Club. Texas
PM
CST
TIwrsday, Match 242015,
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will
Municipal
1( Owner).
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of
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on
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will
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Amity
opened and
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ProHtt consists
of censtnuting
certain
wastewater
treatment
plant
improvements to Include 2. 6
MM McWNcal Bar Rake soaeen.
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SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION
BEFORE THE CLERK
FILE N0 14- 5P- 19S
MRZIE V. LANIER ANO HUSBAND
SIDNEY LANIER. PETITIONERS.
Vs. TAMRA LYNN WELLS
VANHOY, Sleet.
76063. 9815
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take pos.
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Health Caro System Project) Bides
2009, Tarrant Caur.
Cultural Ed-
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raison Hospital Malmo Bonds
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NOTICE OF DUBUC HEARING
THE CITY OF ARUNGTON MUNICI
February 26, 2015. IN COURTROOM
S. AT THE ARLINGTON MU-
NICIPAL
BUILDING LO. (
01 S. M SQI E ST.
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COURT
ON
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OF ARLINGTON ON THE FOL•
and/ or aeul° Wig ofheatth faelihks.
LOWING PROPERTIES
waacts a( 3) pay cao. tailead In-
FAILURE
TO PAY COST ASSOCIATED WITH
DEMOUTON OF
SUBSTANDARD
STRUCTURE MAY RESULT IN
AGAINST THE PROPERTY
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INTERESTED OR AFFECTED PER-
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the following tautens:
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and facl' Itles located at or arlxent
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tant Secretary Erik North that
Cambria by pubic and private
D. Gast, VP- Finance
Treasurer
and
Jose M. Luis, VP Real Estate Devel-
Sala Proartr rs owned
yak,
faintly by Peuttoners
and
Rospan-
Thomas E. Schoenbelt, VP • Assistant
General Counsel and
Assistant Secretary
Family Dollar Holdings, Inc.,
anaging
Member rofreers are
as
listed
same
above)
CITY OF ARLINGTON
CUndl
The Arlington Cib Ceuntll
the
foLowmq 014110rko
passed
a
at
on
classification
known as 6001 Ccping Lae by the
of specific use peril
the
a
amendirg
anoedin
Mg
ct
M o
end onkrgall str
lY, authaddng the bull dto Issue Permits
official
effective derv.
MOMMOM
Mao of w
o
vlalatlan: Providing
won
tag We
an
00 for
tilt
main
campus
of
Oaylar
university Medkal Center located
one half of sums
206- A, PAGE 121. PLAT RECORDS.
spent by the PedtIOners In the
TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS. and
maintenance al Mb preportY to be
mer4 commode k^ pwn as 706 N
You
of
required to
are
suchfeIeed. nq
March
16, 2015
make
not
saId
defense
tater than
date. belle
fond Goys from
the first publiwtion '
No114; that upon ycdr failure
vf
to da t° the parties uekosn
1911. 51 you will aCP1Y kr the
e•
7.1 .
f
s° ugnt
This tbo 29th day of January.
fa
ALtertwY2015.
Property Owners
and
In-
tcrest- Holden.
Erton, Herbert Est
NOTICE OF
facilities located at or adiacert to
2001 Bryan Strott. Dallas, Texas
PUBLIC HEARING
75201,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of D00I0 ( 55) Baylor Regional Medical Center
Marinas to DQ hold by the Tenant
at Plano and facilities located at
County Cultural Education Facilities
Issuer")
County. Ellis County,
Collin County.
Williamson
en behalf of Tarrant County, Dallas
Bell
County,
County.
McLennan County, Brazos County,
CorvMl County. and Burnet County
1) on March 6, 2015, at 10.00 am_
of
a
Gat
more particularly shown on
of
record
Tower. 201 Main SL Suite BOL
Fort Worth, Texas, 76102
and(
2)'
on
March 6. 2015• at 10 00 a. m., at
tee
effir
Healthcare. s of South
Scott 6 WAKe
*.Temple, Tex
Muted en
n the
7
In Adam
Room tall
66505.
R in
6m floor or the male
oath
Council
M
Dead
of
the may
0200000171,
County. Texas. TAO City
will concoct a public hvarag
on the request for said permit on
the
of March.
1
In
w adincont
to 4700 Aline* BooPlano, Texas 75093,
1618ao,,, Medical Center at Garland
and facilities located at or 6dlacent
to
multiple series (
rovenua
ban
s( the- 8enas`)
to try
enactorDr amount of toaggregate
exceed
51. 600. orneunt Mt to eueed
Is.s a'600.
00b.000, hxnng'
Each public
hearing
combined
rMidi
the
moon).,
2300
Marie
CLVIe
Garland Texas 750x2 and 501421
Clara
Barton
Team
75048
at
Erown Prmtt Wambseanss• ( 7)
Fault S Dean PC. Wells Fargo
Well Per it to drill,
t
Well Permit to dells comoloto and Hospital Budding. Witt,
rospat to
located at 4(401ergasvponoroplrty a plan
of ulnae Inmat will consist
the luuanev.
Tucaraeb Ccu NI
Teoaas.•
and in multiple years. of nosada'
yet
Including but Mt
to 3505 Gaston and 3515 Worth
Stmt. 75246.
4) error Health Care sneer and
identified
finance Corporation( the"
on
Dallas Tess.
Texas
Robert W
Od° in
Petitioners
2014 EMNest Operating. LLC MICA
with the Inspe0ter of the(
ti' of
to 3500 Gaston and 3600 Gastoe
limited• o, facilities at or adjacent
N C. State ear a 3265
P0' Box 1S9
125 Norm Fourth Street
Made' NC 28002-01on
Telephone:( 704) 982. 1119
facslmale-( 750) 933. 1266
nukes
the30City
Arrington
Texas. of the
day of December,
in the City a Dallas. at ef adjacent
East St Arlington, Tarrant County,
aftnis
Tarrant
seterae
entire
Health Cue System and Baylor
a
oraience
Street.
Texas 76051.the
the Grapevine.
facilities comprising
THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME
for
ion for
certain
at a edlannt to 3650 West C4ne9e
required to reimburse out of lice
sale proceeds
is
4^ m this second publication In
CITY OF (;)
COUNTY.
ADDITION
ARLINGTON. TARRANT
TEXAS. ACCORDING TO THE PLAY
meeting an ivbreary
10, 2015 this NOTICE
IS raroe7 given that. act)loeq
to become effective
under and pursuant to the Ofd1•
aucrdance with the CIry Charter
Ordleante N0. 15-005
An ordinance changing me boning
THEADDITION.
ofANBARNES ANDTODITTO
dents. That the Respondents be
sold
opment
ordinance
76007 1211 ANY TIME PRIOR TO ( 2)at Baylor
Regkel Medical Canter
Grapevine and fanlitlos located
THE HEARING
extol° located In WAN County, A. Case 10748•.• LOT 15, BLOCK 1
as
and
Baylor
and Gar4M.
Memul
Canter
at
McKinney
centand faciit
5732 es located at
to
181 Baylor Medical Center at bit
yd faditks' outdo at or adlare."
tr 1901Teas
H MacArthur
75061
1300 At
West
63 ,
75506 MU iroewaY). Irving.
IrWrrg, Texas
q w aWaBaylorSenttat White
Cove,
s
na
and
1.
Modica) Center
Waxanahie, and
1405 Ws looted
Street,
et, wad•
Wt to
1405
Jeffersonat Street
hoche. Texas 75165. and 2400 N
Interstate Highway 35, Wuan•
of Treasury Rohe ie, n ( 10) IOur ChIdrea ss House Ot Savior
haam6bers
tee City Council
I
ode
N. 9 rcnucertai
Neekar
Baylor
and
located at 101 West Abram Street
nits• nrdnctrens. PublKatlon and
bontioo ofof a pubrI hearing Is within
Center and
Arlington. Texas
an effective date.
100 miles of the seat of government
NOTICE of
LEGAL
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
THE CITY OF ARLINGTON MUNICI•
PAL COURT WILL HOLD A PUBLIC
HEARING AT 10.30 ANA. Thursday,
Auden'
Scott s Landing Marina
2500 Oak GrOY• Loop S
Grapevine. TX
76051
F4bruary 26, 2015, IN COURTROOM
NOTICE OF SALE
In acmrdame
etas-cob
with
of Tona.
s
19E5,
revised
In
Magna
will
NO. 3,
Chapter 59 as
Scotts Landing
NICIPAL
conduct
a
public
sale
a storage leaSCOTT
Sales
will be
S LANDING
at
MARINA,
LAKE
GRAPEVINE
on
WEDNESDAY,
FEBRUARY 25, 2015
D
12-00 PM for CASH
Inning
ONLY,
AT THE ARLINGTON MU- ("
LOBUILDING
COURT
CATED AT 101 5 MESQUITE ST,
ARLINGTON. TEXAS. THE PUR-
the raised Cell
of the vessel&Htad belew to satisfy
conducted
51103.2(
rk he
0, and the lava-
at
to the NSMrt bidder
All
POSE OF THE HEARING IS TO
PRESENT
TO THE
COURT ON EVIDENCE
THE ADMINISTRATORS
REPORT REGARDING
EX-
PENSES INCURRED BY THE CITY
OF
ARLINGTON ON THE FOLFAILURE
LOWING PROPERTIES
of each particapat
unit beyond
rl
g g°°"""
whose
raphk
NsSCtion thy hearingsOies
iu-
ccnducted
UiIies
35lac
to 13ve
kceo a[ or
tae Dap., e x s
3500 Swiss
S
Avenue Dallas, Texas
75204
Seen
Proceeds of the Bends win betdaaed ( 11) the aandidn cs of Scottthe
to Baylor Scott 6 White Hddirgs
BOW Holdings") to profile funds
b( 1) finance anyar refinance Ito
construction, reconstrectlon. toilevatlen.
furnishing,
remodeling. re-
habilitation and/ or equipping of (
health
Induadg
but e1
Whiled facilities,
to Hospital
ladhtles(
me
Non Money Prolecto' l,( 2) refonu
all or a portion If the following (
Odor
tend
issue.
the
Tarrant
Comte Guttural Educatioioe Fullibes
Wore
main
campus
of
While IIOaKAco% Scott 6 Whitee
Memorial Hospital and Scott A
white Ode• Temple located at or
orlxmt to 2401 South Slab Street
Temple, Taxers 76908;
12) Scott& White Continuing Care
Hospital and
adjacent
to facilities
516 N. located
Kegley atRd,or
Temple, Texas 76502
13) Scott 6 Who Cantor For
Diagnostic faadicie and facilities
ww
w
s1er•telegra rn corn
s
legal Notices
lecatod at m adjacent to 1605 South
list Street. Temple, Texas 76508;
14) Scott 6 White Clinic• Tempi°
March
Mortis, City of Wichita,
Sodwrick County, Kansas, 67211•
or pnato said time Meyru+written
Avenue, 7emPle. Texas 76501.
15) Melano Cnlleten a Scott 6 White
Hospital Temple and fadlilles
located of or adtttent to 1901
Southwest H K. Dodgen Lo0o.
Te'+ pplIe, Tawas 76508.
16) Scott 6 Whitt Hospital• College
Station
foclltios!
and
Clerk
adjacent
College
lan
East Goan.$ 992010
017. 457. 2402 M• F
ac,
t{.\
a
parent
Station,
ALCDO ISD•
nc.
amacont to 300 University Seine-.-,•
yard. Round Rock, Taos 78665•
Waco
19) Scott 6 White Clinic•
lacant
and: militias bated at or a•.
to 7700 Flsnaond Road. Waco.
up. Rankled,
Ht$ loft.
Cat Jof! 877. 921. 9087
3
a!_
et Long
No
t
Dwoor Drastically Reducod15001f
at on 1709 awn OFW airport 6 •
Allian: i.xlnt location 817. 313. 3041
located at
Hllluest
or adjacent
Modica)
Bhd-
Texas 76710;
Wads
Z5) Scott 6 While Center for
ReM9llltatiw Medicines- Waco and
Nelda: looted
at or amocent
to
3000 Herring Avenue, Wa0. Texas
76708;
and
26) Healthcare facilities located
atedrat
io
813E0
Expressway. Dallas. Tawas 75206,
Ito
imUal
owner,
operator
the
m lath
be BSY! HatdL-rs s it
ar man-
ago
nonornt aYitato of
All Interested
wit
a ma-ma- exempt
ex
AdanYford
Fort
lake Worth
Doat+u
persons
Cranbury
Rhamo
views,
817) 365. 7151
maintained
rode
oar,
rasses. trio 0004r,
fGWop,
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rant)
MAC PERRI1L 16at Boosts Villa, D
Elides• Broker 817. 304. 2500
ACAC
50
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877) 595. 2816
Par817. 266. 2677
USDA Communities
mg
Available!
o
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iSSEPRcl Per.
owner Finance
210. 422. 3013 Granaarr
°
IMO CREDIT CHECICI
OWNER Fl NAtiCEr Single 6 Double
wide rtwbllo names sac cro on (
lend. DINeruilt dross to choose (
from.•( 837) 1914517•
or
76508
Texas.
Phone. 2547244386).
Persons who Intend t° 411x1, at ono
or more of the Mango and expr0as
Street
edvaest
ofer
trio
M
or MrMr
or
Arlington for Sale
tearpnho.
hearing.
of
arsons
In
Any
ma
In writing to Mr Dan
h ,,
7
tqa
m sdudule an additional
hearing
If ree1195194 t° do so In wntten
requests
submitted totoMr.
Dean or
Mr Anderson
the aforeodor
mentioned
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KATHY
BUYS
HOUSES•
Azle for Sale
Anderson
ad ftIr primdeer:11 the 44u
TM
cod
dates of
seemfiant
BOdferd For Salo
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3& 4 BR homes with 620 scare.
wwwJlamousa.us 017. 313. 2186.
number
ofof
Euless For Sale
inter.
inter
Estates
Foreclosures
such
u
notice Is 704I11M4 and inn
above- data, bm imanngs an to be
hold In aathlactlen of tho re•
of
4ulnn
147( 0 of Um
SectCod
76040• 4• 2, 10005 ft
lot, Price
Reduced ler quick saw
Worth
TARRANT COUNTY CULTURAL ED.
UCATION
FACILITIES
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817. 332. 3331
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817. 390- 7678
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817. 386-0579
s13da` f barn 5790 Rrogloa 50. AOt.
6020 Moiety Ave. 1 block S of 430
a Bryant Irvin Rd. 817. 570. 9070
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76103-
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837- 732. 3177
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629 HUNTWICH Dr Bford W 51600
3004794
2032 of I Bdrm
817.
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strati! YOUROrY
76140 3. 2, 5 Everman hvnnm 1153
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3157
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lad
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76017Executive 3. 2- 1 etc now
tarpat. wary. 5850 817. 465-3086.
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Sea our vandal
Sat
8 ex Martin Realty 817. 2594068
5750
Arlington for Rent
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1000 e17•sw•7gse
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817) 475• S906
76071
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76132. 5861 vlrsteren Dr 2. 24 31400
76177- 2. 1$ 695 ma 5600 do
572.
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Pd
Stones Sectlonl
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76108. 3. 2. 1 Twtil•so. Writ Sett,$ 850
5600 640. no Deli 417- 365. 1166
Luxury
m
Rough In our Jewelry dr
76109ICU 3- 1 or 1. 1. Wm a/
1150. PS7. 877. 57a7. 817. 296. 9725
76013 24 Wa. now comet.
quiet
839. 9576
5550
ClNalnads
Find your Diamond In the
month 3400& m alt 817. 7374888
76053• Spring Speclull
5249 r/ OVE- IN: Close to NE
Hurst 817. 266-0730
In Today a
3BedlBatnS117O
76107 ARL Heights 2 1- 1
CHA comet W/ D connection 5795
I
SENIOR LIVING Burleson Gated lb4
lea Dutloa$ 755-. 817. 360. 6919
1013 CALEB 3' 1. 151300 nth 3600
dep. 817. 9964344
76010. BURIESON 3. 2. 2 Cin, Lvx
Yard 5923 a month( 837) 994- 80 9
838. 8995
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to Loan, see today a
Business Section
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for 32499
1317. 3323733
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under our real estate section.
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THE EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL DISOLSTRICT 001107II'drraO
Fort Worth For Rent
5100K Asking: s170K 917- 6574051
intamd Ra
Revenue Code of 1986, as
amended, ro50, 0159 the 01, 816 00- (
Cronn! prertqulsita to the eaamaUen from federal incoma taxation
of the interest on tho Bonds.
)
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Cottoctlbllsl
Welcome to your•(
now job site.
am
toted persons
This
Arlington
BILLS PAIDI 390 Deo.
Efgdtncros. L 2 6 3 bedrooms
76010•
Bedford For Rent
IN lust make s re
writing malt_ Dean ZERO
3rnwf.homwsaus
6 4 MOVE
OR HHomes
83 620
817.
117. score
2166
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r
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ZERO MOVE IN Just mako pymts (
4 se homes with 625 score
3&
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1,Issuer
040uwi
wit
location (
and time of one a mere Madras
by
)
Tomato,
their News aro bolted to contact
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Anderson either
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N
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Arts&
WHT SETTL 2- 1
Mobile Homes 5810 )
Fargo Tower, 201 Main St_ Suite
76102
iN° mance.mm
r<
Duplex Fart Worth Rent
ACREAGE
Wan*.
at amen, Pruitt.
MManu. Fmrlll 6 Dean, P C. wells
Mr Frank Andersen, Scott 6 Waite
Heaidia• a at 2401 Sane 71st (
park• 5595mo/
487-4fS7
Ti;e41•
1. 1 fiS0ak817.
b roams1r hnppmdnpp
Ind Wu Gndao 817- 612. 4816
FOR RENT
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Hama.
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5L595i 00 per acre W11354-405-427
care of Randal
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naac0
wr.:«
well
rated to Presldont, Tarrant County
Cultural
k>; ::-
k
No Dosing Cost
Fast Closmq
2S Moon Buying Harm
carpet, ludrms. 2 berm 1' rr bath.
Duct
Barns. Como see the CpreYS rise
on this premium Colorado River
817) 983. 7199
(
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numerous
Fishing, Abundant Quoit BI9
Turkey 6 Dovo Coed native
wwW. LOO9Tide con
information may be dl-
traditional
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6; +
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76116• ALL BILLS PAID. now
Rancti on the Colorado River. Scams
1940)
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Sprin B town
Piaster
Pramtun Quail 6 Wlldlee
17) 370.8610
817) 310. 6552
817) 36S• 7372
940) 590. 1642
114)) 36. 8383
207 7911
817) 330. 8590
1817) 330. 0581
1817) 330 8552
1817) 330 8599
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Gainesville
aro Invitee
to attend inn cr mama such publk
to txprosa their elders
with respect to the 11suanm of the
Bonds to finance and rtflnaoa the
Prefects. Questions or roiuost6 fm
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farmersviOi
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hrark+gf
MF. Owu c, Masco pared roads
4252 Acres
Low S10O' s
Alvuad0
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Commission
IR.
Starting in
I
McNaryCa.cem 8171604369
x
nl10.
Y
d/ b/ a Baylor Scott 6 White Hlilaeit
Medical Center. and Cancer Centel
)
3. 2. 2 AVAIL Imm° slatah s10001ma
Business Prop. Rent/ Leaoa
I
I
F;.
Watauga for Rent
1
MORE MoNEr FOR vouln
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s
it;,+
pots 01100m 08CD0 681. 54.8369
I• -
Commercial Property )
Texas 76710,
6 I ale Humes
20) Scott 6 Wete Hospital• Marble
Farms, Lands. Ranches ,
Fans and facilities located at or
I(
ad, rccnt to 810 Wont Hwy 7t,
FARMS, RANCHES HuntlnO land
Marble Falls• Texas 78654
Jerry McReynolds RE 817-2794949
11) Scott a White Clink• Killeen ,,
i.
and fatllNas located at Or adjacent
a,.
pREMIUM 543 acre huntlrxye ttia
rti
.
to 3803 Scott and Whitt Dunn,
With two m0ec of 6000 warm
Ktlllofn, Texas 76543,
• it,, ranch
F •" OS)
en live Clear Fork of En° Brazos (
c•.
4.,
23) Scott 6 wine Clinic•
7
Goa.
r,;_
River In St40hanf
County, 2 hews
attain and facilities located at or
__ - `^^
of Fort Wort.
Fdr men
vnst
tv.
edtaconl to 4945 Williams Drive _ .
Lin
Int4rmatron 274559. OP60. oleos°
GoorgOb'AM1 Tacos 78673.
visit
ll.cem
23) scat 6 White Clinic- Tomato Now
Building Homes in Your
o/.
e/•
Pavilion and fadptlis loated at 4r
80
80
10,
A
ACRES
Community'
to 1615 5. 31st Steno
Masco
Tamale, Texas 76508,
the
34) Hi9aest Baotlst Medical cantor,
81747
817.
179. 7079
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d, lawn care
nag
Crowley For Rant
. •
J
, _,",.••
SaglneW for Rant
CLEAN 3. 2. 2 auto gar, Mood no
52000mo Nog 817. 528. 7667
svduded beactifu( land. Only a few
BEST CASHCASH OFFER
YOUR HOME
TA" E
SAL'
REA
FAO
or ',
4OOmi 5300 due, new
Paint 6 carpat, 817. 115. 7110
3. 2. 1 GCISD r° tantiy up•
park, Oulot
Texas
at
5750, 6117. 688. 5449,
PHASE 2
2• ACRES 5300 GOO&
by Rita K Moore
Hospital• Round •
Richland Hills Rant )
4 PLED Z- I.
dated. new o/ c, 180014ft. trote W
Is
wM
(
COIIoyellie FOr Rent ) (
1
nnaI Ially unable. to nee ono.
7784
to
utilities
legal
or mbar
CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT
014000
Reek and foc, Otlos located
and• acllitiis
76126 LAKE Vlore Elf Cabin Ind
I
University Dr-We
c177Bi Scott a Vyhito
EILEEN PETROSKI••••"'
Parker County For Salo)
r00000ted action
uar°
far
ottoman
Banbrook for Rent
76034•
may result In
judgment (
entering
attorney The court will ap, O) nt en
Toms
Real Estate Services ) (
respond
astcelan or the chile nas tra ri; m
to hue and bo represented by an
mated at or
statlen and facilities located at ce
to 1700
or
Sala ) (
y Now 3. 2 Homa -
to Said pleading with the
tills court. Failure to either
of
owl
th0
granting the
Each paint,
aetacent to 700 Scott 6 White
Dr M
Station,
Collage
77845,
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EXHIBIT B
Minutes of a Public Hearing
Conducted by the Tarrant County Cultural Education
Facilities Finance Corporation on March 6, 2015
A public hearing by Tarrant County Cultural Education Facilities Finance Corporation
was held on March 6, 2015, at 10: 00 a. m., Central Daylight Savings Time, at the offices of Scott
White Healthcare, 2401 South 31st Street, Temple, Texas 76508, in Room C611 located on the
6`h floor of the main Hospital Building, pursuant to notice given. The hearing was called to order
at 10: 00 a.m. by the undersigned, as Hearing Officer.
The Hearing Officer then stated:
Now is the time and place set for the public hearing to be conducted pursuant to Section
147 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, with respect to the issuance by the
Tarrant County Cultural Education Facilities Finance Corporation ( the " Issuer"), of hospital
in multiple series and in multiple years
revenue bonds pursuant to a plan of financing,
collectively, the " Bonds"), in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $ 1, 600, 000,000, to
assist Baylor Scott & White Holdings ( " BSW Holdings") in financing and refinancing costs of
hospital and other health care and related support facilities and equipment. The proceeds of the
Bonds
will
be
used
to: (
1) finance and/ or refinance the construction, reconstruction, renovation,
furnishing, remodeling, rehabilitation and/or equipping of health facilities, including but not
limited to, hospital facilities ( the " New
following
prior
bond issues
and/ or
Money
lease
Projects"); ( 2) refund all or a portion of the
obligations:
Tarrant County Cultural Education
Facilities Finance Corporation Hospital Revenue Bonds ( Scott and White Memorial Hospital and
Scott, Sherwood and Brindley Foundation Project) Series 2008- 1, the Tarrant County Cultural
Education Facilities Finance Corporation Hospital Revenue Bonds ( Scott and White Memorial
Hospital and Scott, Sherwood and Brindley Foundation Project) Series 2008A, the Tarrant
County Cultural Education Facilities Finance Corporation Hospital Revenue Refunding Bonds
Baylor Health Care System Project) Series 2009, Tarrant County Cultural Education Facilities
Finance Corporation Hospital Revenue Bonds ( Scott & White Healthcare Project) Series 2010,
the Tarrant County Cultural Educational Facilities Finance Corporation Hospital Revenue Bonds
Baylor Health Care System Project) Series 2011D, and the Tarrant County Cultural Educational
Facilities Finance Corporation Hospital Revenue Bonds ( Baylor Health Care System Project)
Series 2011E, which financed and/ or refinanced the construction, reconstruction, renovation,
furnishing, remodeling, rehabilitation and/ or equipping of health facilities, including but not
limited to, hospital facilities ( the " Refunded Bond Projects"); ( 3) pay capitalized interest on the
Bonds to the extent authorized; and( 4) pay the costs of issuing the Bonds."
The New Money Projects and the Refunded Bond Projects ( collectively, the" Projects")
are at the following locations:
1)
Baylor All Saints Medical Center and facilities located at or adjacent to 1400
Eighth Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas 76104;
2)
Baylor Regional Medical Center at Grapevine and facilities located at or adjacent
to 1650 West College Street, Grapevine, Texas 76051;
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3)
the facilities comprising the entire main campus of Baylor Health Care System
and Baylor University Medical Center located in the City of Dallas, at or adjacent to 3500
Gaston and 3600 Gaston, Dallas, Texas, including but not limited to, facilities at or adjacent to
3505 Gaston and 3535 Worth Street, 75246;
Baylor Health Care System and facilities located at or adjacent to 2001 Bryan
4)
Street, Dallas, Texas 75201;
Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano and facilities located at or adjacent to
5)
4700 Alliance Boulevard, Plano, Texas 75093;
Baylor Medical Center at Garland and facilities located at or adjacent to 2300
6)
Marie Curie Boulevard, Garland, Texas 75042 and 501- 621 Clara Barton Boulevard, Garland,
Texas 75042;
7)
Baylor Medical Center at McKinney and facilities located at or adjacent to 5252
W. University Drive, McKinney, Texas 75071;
8)
Baylor Medical Center at Irving and facilities located at or adjacent to 1901 N.
Irving, Texas 75061 and 400 West I- 635 ( LBJ Freeway), Irving, Texas
MacArthur Boulevard,
75063;
Baylor Medical Center
9)
Center
Waxahachie,
and
facilities
at
Waxahachie, d/ b/ a Baylor Scott &
located
at
or
adjacent
to
1405
W.
White Medical
Jefferson
Street,
Waxahachie, Texas 75165, and 2400 N. Interstate Highway 35, Waxahachie, Texas 75165;
10)
Our Children' s House at Baylor and Baylor University Medical Center and
facilities located at or adjacent to 3301 Swiss Avenue and 3504 Swiss Avenue, Dallas, Texas
75204;
11)
the facilities comprising the entire main campus of Scott & White Healthcare,
Scott & White Memorial Hospital and Scott & White Clinic - Temple located at or adjacent to
2401 South 31st Street, Temple, Texas 76508;
Scott &
12)
White Continuing Care Hospital and facilities located at or adjacent to
546 N. Kegley Rd., Temple, Texas 76502;
Scott&
13)
to 1605 South
31st
White Center for Diagnostic Medicine and facilities located at or adjacent
Street, Temple, Texas 76508;
Scott & White Clinic — Temple Northside and facilities located at or adjacent to
14)
409 W. Adams Avenue, Temple, Texas 76501;
McLane Children'
15)
s
Scott & White Hospital — Temple and facilities located at or
adjacent to 1901 Southwest H.K. Dodgen Loop, Temple, Texas 76508;
Scott &
16)
700 Scott&
White Hospital — College Station and facilities located at or adjacent to
White Drive, College Station, Texas 77845;
17)
Scott &
White Clinic — College Station and facilities located at or adjacent to
1700 University Drive East, College Station, Texas 77840;
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18)
Scott&
White Hospital — Round Rock and facilities located at or adjacent to 300
University Boulevard, Round Rock, Texas 78665;
19)
Scott &
White Clinic — Waco and facilities located at or adjacent to 7700
Fishpond Road, Waco, Texas 76710;
20)
Scott&
White Hospital — Marble Falls and facilities located at or adjacent to 810
West Hwy 71, Marble Falls, Texas 78654;
21)
Scott & White Clinic — Killeen and facilities located at or adjacent to 3801 Scott
and White Drive, Killeen, Texas 76543;
22)
Scott & White Clinic —Georgetown and facilities located at or adjacent to 4945
Williams Drive, Georgetown, Texas 78633;
23)
Scott & White Clinic — Temple Pavilion and facilities located at or adjacent to
1815 S. 31St Street, Temple, Texas 76508;
24)
Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center, d/ b/ a Baylor Scott &
White Hillcrest Medical
Center, and Cancer Center and facilities located at or adjacent to 100 Hillcrest Medical Blvd.,
Waco, Texas 76710;
25)
Scott&
White Center for Rehabilitative Medicine - Waco and facilities located at
or adjacent to 3000 Herring Avenue, Waco, Texas 76708; and
26)
Healthcare
Dallas, Texas 75206."
facilities located at or adjacent to 8080 N. Central Expressway,
Members of the public are invited to comment with respect to the proposed financing
plan and the nature of the
Projects to be financed
or refinanced.
Is there anyone present who
wishes to comment?"
The minutes of this hearing will reflect that no one has appeared at this hearing to
comment and no written comments were submitted to Francis P. Anderson, Vice President —
Treasury and Chief Debt Officer of the Baylor Scott& White Holdings as of March 6, 2015."
The public hearing is now concluded."
l
ff,
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Francis P. Anderson, Heari
fficer appointed by
Tarrant County Cultural Education Facilities
Finance Corporation
FIAR 1. 7 2015
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JA"ANDY HARWELL, Countyeelrh
McLennan County, Vas
By KELLY FULLBAIGHT DEPUTY
AGENDA: MARCH 17, 2015
III.
CONSIDERATION OF, AND/ OR ACTION ON, THE FOLLOWING:
L.
CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS:
2.
Financial Obligations of McLennan County:
b.
County Treasurer: Interest/ Investment Reports/ Authorizations/
Recording of McLennan County Investment Policy/ Acknowledgment
Approved
Forms/ Pooled Cash Account Balance Reports
6.
Acceptance/ Non Acceptance of Officials/ County Department Head/
Staff/ Organization Reports/ Updates; Policy Recommendations; Reports
relative to County Contracts/ Agreements/ Programs; Recording of
Educational or Insurance Certificates/ Awards/ Bonds/ Recording of
Conflict Disclosure Statements, Presentations to the Court
Report, December 2014—
b.
Archives:
c.
Health Services Department:
d.
Information
e.
Health Benefits Plan Manager:
Quarterly Activity
Technology: Monthly Activity
February 2015
CD- 323, 9: 30
Monthly Activity
February
Reports,
Reports,
Monthly Activity
2015
February
February
Reports,
2015
2015
January—
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
ORDER ACCEPTING:
COUNTY TREASURER' S INVESTMENT REPORTS
FOR THE MONTH ENDING FEBRUARY 28, 2015
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the regarding the County Treasurer' s
Investment Reports. After discussion, Commissioner Jones made a motion to approve the report for
recording purposes and it was seconded by Commissioner Perry. A vote being called for, voting in
favor of said motion was Judge Felton, Commissioner Snell, Commissioner Gibson, Commissioner
Jones and Commissioner Perry. It is ordered by the Court that said Reports be, and the same are
hereby,
accepted
by
unanimous vote.
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Cash Transaction Summary
2/ 28/ 2015
Total Investments:
1/ 31/ 2015
Beginning
Balance
69, 582, 346. 18
Pooled Cash DDA:
8, 372, 509. 88
Revenue/ Deposits
February 2015
Investment Income
February 2015
Nonlnvestment Revenue
22, 529. 17
22, 529, 370. 13
24, 531, 870. 13
3, 605, 852. 82
3, 605, 852 82
Disbursements
Checks Issued
Transaction
Date:
Check Range
Type:
2/ 2/ 2015
300035- 300046
Accounts Payable
5, 919. 97
2/ 3/ 2015
300047- 300274
Accounts Payable
401, 874. 89
2/ 5/ 2015
300275- 300276
Accounts Payable
2, 148. 38
2/ 9/ 2015
300277- 300312
Accounts Payable
16, 237. 00
2/ 10/ 2015
300313- 300597
Accounts Payable
698, 922. 50
2/ 11/ 2015
300598- 300598
Accounts Payable
2/ 16/ 2015
300599- 300842
Accounts Payable
2/ 16/ 2015
5008810- 5008908
Payroll
2/ 17/ 2015
300843- 300843
Accounts Payable
274 50
2/ 20/ 2015
300844- 300846
Accounts Payable
4, 287. 85
2/ 23/ 2015
300847- 300879
Accounts Payable
15, 165. 05
2/ 24/ 2015
300880- 301116
Accounts Payable
932, 262. 77
2/ 25/ 2015
301117- 301128
Accounts Payable
30,623. 02
2/ 26/ 2015
301129- 301129
Accounts Payable
30. 00
2/ 27/ 2015
301130- 301152
Accounts Payable
171, 923. 26
2/ 27/ 2015
5008909- 5009003
Payroll
128, 099. 53
Amount:
86. 50
$
1, 085, 105. 67
112, 891. 93
Checks Issued:
ACH/ Wire Disbursements
Transaction
Date:
Amount.
Purpose:
2/ 2/ 2015 IRS 941 Tax Payment
2/ 2/ 2015 Child Support
10, 544. 29
4, 000, 000. 00
2/ 3/ 2015 Transfer to Investment
2/ 3/ 2015 ACH Accounts Payable
2, 700. 00
2/ 4/ 2015 ACH Accounts Payable
30, 146. 80
2/ 6/ 2015 Transfer to
DDA Only
412, 757. 14
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Jury Fund
2/ 9/ 2015 Transfer to Investment
5, 000,000. 00
0
359, 628. 59
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2/ 9/ 2015 Transfer: Employee Health Insurance Trust
2/ 10/ 2015 ACH Accounts Payable
2, 075. 00
2/ 11/ 2015 ACH Accounts Payable
31, 837. 85
2/ 12/ 2015 Transfer to Investment
2, 000, 000. 00
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2/ 13/ 2015 Transfer to Investment
1, 999, 200.00
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2/ 16/ 2015 ACH Accounts Payable
27, 135 13
2/ 17/ 2015 IRS 941 Tax Payment
415, 021. 87
2/ 17/ 2015 ACH Payroll
993, 271. 09
10,474 89
2/ 17/ 2015 Child Support
645, 354. 11
2/ 17/ 2015 Employee Retirement
3, 536.43
2/ 17/ 2015 Health Savings Account Deposits
2/ 18/ 2015 Transfer to Investment
4, 000, 000. 00
In
2/ 20/ 2015 Transfer to Investment
1, 000,000 00
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Cash Transaction Summary
2/ 28/ 2015
Total Investments:
2/ 24/ 2015 ACH Accounts Payable
32, 991. 45
2/ 24/ 2015 ACH Accounts Payable
3, 275. 00
2/ 25/ 2015 Retiree Reversal
Pooled Cash DDA:
12. 50
2/ 25/ 2015 TDCJ: Adult Probation Employee Benefits
11, 200. 93
2/ 27/ 2015 Transfer to Investment
2, 000,000. 00
2/ 27/ 2015 ACH Payroll
985, 166. 35
2/ 27/ 2015 Retiree Reversal
76.32
2/ 27/ 2015 Returned Item Regular Receipts
191. 00
2/ 27/ 2015 US Bank: Waco ICE
1, 311. 00
2/ 27/ 2015 US Bank: Austin ICE
966.00
ACH/ Wire Disbursements:
4, 019, 673. 74
Voided Checks:
Disbursement Total:
24, 018, 873. 74
3, 950. 15
3, 950 15
7, 621, 576.41
27, 620, 776 41
84, 512, 669. 07
5, 283, 603 60
Ending Balances
Pooled Cash EOM Balance 2/ 28/ 2015
Outstanding
Depository
1, 330, 888. 93
Checks:
18. 50)
Adjustments:
6, 614, 474. 03
Bank Balance:
Pooled Cash EOM Balance 2/ 28/ 2014
77, 401, 705 34
7,110, 963. 73
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ORDER ACCEPTING:
QUARTERLY ACTIVITY REPORT, DECEMBER
2014- FEBRUARY 2015 RE: ARCHIVES
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Archives: Quarterly Activity
Report, December 2014 -
February 2015. After discussion, Commissioner Jones made a motion to accept
the report for recording purposes and it was seconded by Commissioner Snell. A vote being called for,
voting
in
favor
of
said
motion
was
Judge
Felton,
Commissioner
Snell,
Commissioner
Gibson,
Commissioner Jones and Commissioner Perry. It is ordered by the Court that said Report be, and the
same
is
hereby,
accepted
by
unanimous vote.
ARCHIVES QUARTERLY ACTIVITY REPORT
December 2014/ January 2015/ February 2015
AGENCY#
AGENCY NAME
RAW DATA
REFINED DATA
pull/ loaout/ deliver)
1
Adult Probation
2
Auditor
( pickup/ login/ refile)
14
28
0
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0
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5
District Clerk - Civil
1993
3986
6
District Clerk- Criminal
336
672
7
District
116
232
8
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4
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9
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10
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11
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27
54
696
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0
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102
12
Mortgage Companies
51
13
Sheriff
11
22
15
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78
156
16
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1
2
17
Clerk
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Technology
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processed
232
6886
Previous Mo.
10495
Current Mo.
10841
Reading
Reading
Total Miles this Quarter
Scanning
Filing
116
3443
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THIS 11
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17 2015
JA°ANDY HARWF.U., COUntyaNk
By:
KELLY
County, lens
FULLBB
IGGHT DEPUTY
ORDER ACCEPTING:
MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORTS, FEBRUARY 2015
RE: HEALTH SERVICES DEPARTMENT
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Health Services Department:
Monthly Activity Reports, February 2015. After discussion, Commissioner Snell made a motion to
approve and it was seconded by Commissioner Jones. A vote being called for, voting in favor of said
motion
was
Judge
Felton,
Commissioner
Snell,
Commissioner
Gibson, Commissioner Jones and
Commissioner Perry. It is ordered by the Court that said Reports be, and the same are hereby, accepted by
unanimous vote.
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254) 757- 5174
FAX ( 254) 755- 6128
To:
County Judge Scott Felton and members of Commissioners Court
From: Eva Cruz Hamby, Director
Date:
March 17, 2015
Monthly activity for February 2015:
Attended the following meetings:
Health District Strategic Planning meeting
Community Health Issues Committee meeting
Belton IHC to prepare for regional meeting April 9 and 10
Prosper Waco Inaugural Event
Access to Care workgroup
Staff meeting
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ORDER ACCEPTING:
MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORTS, FEBRUARY 2015
RE: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Information Technology:
Monthly Activity Reports, February 2015. After discussion, Commissioner Jones made a motion to
approve and it was seconded by Commissioner Perry. A vote being called for, voting in favor of said
motion
was
Judge
Felton,
Commissioner
Snell,
Commissioner
Gibson,
Commissioner Jones
and
Commissioner Perry. It is ordered by the Court that said Reports be, and the same are hereby, accepted by
unanimous vote.
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ROBERT WASSON
DIRECTOR- INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
500 COLUMBUS AVENUE
WACO, TEXAS 76701- 1388
254) 757- 5159
TO:
Commissioners' Court
DATE:
March 11, 2015
RE:
IT Activity Report for February 2015
Projects
County
Clerk CMS
Comments/ Notes
In Process/ Completed
Decs
Training
Go Live— March
getting ready to GO- Live
CCL CMS
Workin. on modification/ Trainin
DC CMS
Had DEMO with eDoc
PC/ Laptops Installs
37 installed for Feb&
Website
Working
with
215 October- January
Purchasing
to get
CivicPlus
Must be ADA
contract.
compliant.
Elections Laptops
Created new configuration for the SiteKiosk software
the Elections department uses on its voting site laptops.
Created and tested new configuration, and demonstrated
the changes to Elections department. Followed up to
make sure further testing was going well and no new
problems have been created.
JP- 2 Data
T1 line is
Connection
are
becoming very saturated during the day. We
feasibility of moving from a Tl to a
evaluating the
931. 00 onetime
cost
Monthly 250.00
wireless connection.
T1
-
Total
Kristi Decluitt' s
Ran phone and data cable to her office waiting to
Office
purchase and installed computer equipment.
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ActeP1'Eu
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Server Performance and Availability Monitor:
February 2014
OK
from
Down
Performance Problem
99.99
Total
Main Internet DIA
Indicator
Last
Peak
Average
Total
HC In Octets
179. 46K
2. 45M
51. 60M
5. 92T
HC Out Octets
1. 26M
8. 06M
50. 03M
19. 51T
Desc
Issues breakdown by status:
January 2014
February 2015
6
6
789
738
Resolved
4
0
TOTAL
799
744
Active
Completed
Operating Budget Excluding Payroll
February 2014
Beginning
561, 814. 00
For
a
Actual
303, 258. 70
Difference
258, 555. 30
Detail Report Please See Attached Documentation
Transactions
20150143
10/ 7/ 14
APC Smart-UPS C1000VA LCD 120
Supplies
281. 55
20150125
10/7/ 14
APC Back- UPS ES 750 Green U
Supplies
287. 39
10/ 1/ 14
Maint/Copier
Repair& Maint
242. 87
20150002
10/ 1/ 14
HP Server Support Agreement
Repair& Maint
8, 360.40
20150154
10/ 7/ 14
Mdaemon Support Agreement Pro
Software Support/Maint
650. 00
Paper
10/ 8/ 14
HP
Capital
819. 99
Oct- 14
10/ 15/ 14
Storeroom
103019
10/ 14/ 14
Teletouch
14-Oct
10/ 31/ 14
Storeroom
Supplies
14- Oct
10/ 31/ 14
Fuel
Motor Vehicle
20150738
11/ 13/ 14
25
14- Nov
11/ 15/ 14
Storeroom
105405
11/ 10/ 14
Teletouch
105422
11/ 10114
Cartegraph System Inc. PCT 4
Software Support/ Maint
4,003. 00
105425
11/ 10/ 14
Cartegraph System Inc. PCT 3
Software Support/ Maint
4,003. 00
105773
11/ 17/ 14
Cartegraph System Inc. PCT 2
Software Support/ Maint
8, 578. 00
Rev Prepds
10/ 1/ 14
Rev Prior Year Prepaids
Tyler Tech Hosted
35, 745. 68
W 12- 01- 14
10/ 24/ 14
Tyler Hosted 1/ 4 Payment
Tyler Tech Hosted
48, 567. 50
14- Nov
11/ 30/ 14
Storeroom
Supplies
14- Nov
11/ 30/ 14
Fuel
Motor Vehicle
Unisys
10/ 1/ 14
Unisys PPD
Software Lic
7, 829. 84
106812
12/ 1/ 14
Support Lic
Software Support/ Maint
4, 375. 82
102505
12/ 11/ 14
Multimedia Speakers
Supplies
20151173
12/ 15/ 14
Fire Extinguisher Maintence
Repair& Maint
238.45
15- Dec
12/ 15/ 14
Storeroom
Supplies
109. 12
20151331
12/ 30/ 14
HP C8543X Toner
Supplies
278. 25
14- Dec
1/ 6/ 15
Fuel Consumption
Motor Vehicle
14- Dec
12/ 19/ 14
Teletouch
Pager Services
Req
Laptop
ea
3Y
repair onsite-
C1
Paging
HP SB400PD -
Supplies
1. 18
Pager Services
5. 01
Capital
DA
Outlay
49. 38
Operatg
15, 500. 00
Outlay
70. 35
Supplies
Pager Services
Paging
Paging
2
29. 42
5. 01
83. 36
Operatg
26.41
18. 37
Operatg
21. 35
5. 01
100183
12/ 19/ 14
SHI Endpoint Protec
Software Lic
9, 000. 00
109014
12/ 22/ 14
Unisys Maint
Software Lic
66, 850. 00
20151566
1/ 13/ 15
ALP Tape
20151589
1/ 14/ 15
109734
1/ 6/ 15
20151535
1/ 9/ 15
20151631
1/ 14/ 15
Green Bar Paper
Supplies
20151639
1/ 16/ 15
Network Monitor
Other Services/ Charges
350. 00
20151800
1/ 27/ 15
Indoor AP for
Supplies
165. 00
Jan- 15
1122115
Storeroom
Supplies
17. 81
20151727
1/ 23/ 15
Solid IT Networks INC
Repair& Maint
7, 018. 00
20152043- 00 2/ 9/ 15
8 PC
Capital
Outlay
4,576. 24
20152042- 02 2/ 9/ 15
1 PC setup C- 3
Capital
Outlay
527. 03
Jan- 15
1/ 31/ 15
Storeroom
Supplies
Jan- 15
1/ 31/ 15
Fuel
Motor Vehicle
2/ 2/ 15
Unisys
20152081- 02 2/ 11/ 15
Units( UNISYS Drives)
Supplies
923. 12
MAX- 200200 Dat 72 Dat 72 Data tapes
Supplies
527. 75
Teletouch
Pager Services
Backup
Paging
TFE) Con- SNT-A155DK9
6 PC
setups
Software Support/Maint
annex
C- 1
Repair&
Corp. Maint
setups
Capital
19th District Court
5. 01
561. 00
3, 809. 19
179. 61
Operatg
Maint
Outlay
16. 74
15, 734.40
3, 981. 04
39. 27
20151631
2/ 4/ 15
Breen Bar Paper
Supplies
112673
2/ 10/ 15
Teletouch
Pager Services
2/ 15/ 15
Storeroom
Supplies
54. 27
2/ 16/ 2015
EAP600 Access Point
Supplies
165. 00
3/ 9/ 15
Tyler Hosted 1/ 4 Payment
Tyler Tech Hosted
20152141
Paging
3
5. 01
48, 567. 50
4
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154, 197, 204 KByte
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2/ 25/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
159, 192, 985 KByte
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2/ 24/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
128, 331, 737 KByte
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10, 369 kbit/
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21, 648 951 KByte
2 053 kbit/
s
0%
100%
2/ 18/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
138, 973, 112 KByte
13, 178 kbit/
s
112, 752, 750 KByte
10 692 kbit/
s
26, 220 362 KByte
2, 486
kbit/ s
0%
100%
2/ 17/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
136, 507, 181 KByte
12, 944 kbrt/
s
109, 938, 334 KByte
10, 425 kbit/ s
26 568, 847 KByte
2, 519 kbit/ s
0%
100%
2/ 16/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
124, 306, 247 KByte
11, 787 kbit/ s
85, 639, 606 KByte
8, 121 kbit/ s
38, 666, 641 KByte
3. 667 kbit/
s
0%
100%
2/ 15/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
18, 904, 566 KByte
1, 793 kbit/
s
12, 703, 503 KByte
1, 205 kbit/
6, 201, 062 KByte
588 kbit/
s
0%
100%
2/ 14/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
20, 035, 111 KByte
1 900 kbit/
s
12, 147, 270 KByte
1, 152 kbit/ s
7, 887, 841 KByte
748 kbit/ s
0%
100%
2/ 13/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
183, 260, 920 KByte
17, 378 kbit/
s
105, 333, 228 KByte
9, 988 kbit/ s
77, 927, 692 KByte
7, 389 kbit/ s
0%
100%
2/ 12/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
116, 806, 581 KByte
11, 128 kbit/
s
92, 041, 442 KByte
8, 768 kbit/ s
24,
2, 359 kb, t/
s
0%
100%
2/ 11/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
170 880 374 KByte
16, 204 kbit/ s
141 577, 757 KByte
13. 425 kbit/ s
29, 302, 616 KByte
2, 779 kbit/ s
0%
100%
2/ 10/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
214, 550, 129 KByte
20, 345 kbit/
s
117, 061, 861
488, 269 KByte
9, 244 kbit/ s
0%
100%
2/ 9/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
133. 321. 256 KByte
12, 672 kbit/
s
94, 119, 922 KByte
8. 946 kbit/ s
3 726 kbit/
s
0%
100%
2/ 8/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
24, 433, 038 KByte
2, 317 kbrt/
s
18, 971, 254 KByte
1, 799 kbit/
518 kbit/ s
0%
100%
2/ 7/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
45 117,487 KByte
4, 278 kbit/
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18, 282, 442 KByte
2/ 6/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
128, 467, 068 KByte
12, 182 kbit/ s
107, 475, 000 KByte
127 664 176 KByte
12 106 kbit/ s
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2, 545 kbit/
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10. 191
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20, 992, 068 KByte
1, 991 kbit/
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0%
100%
9 374 kbit/ s
28 804 728 KByte
2 731 kbit/
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2/ 4/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
130, 293, 169 KByte'
2/ 3/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
131, 235, 011 KByte
2/ 2/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
121. 465, 968 KByte
2/ 1/ 2015 12 00 00 AM
53, 238, 766 KByte
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MAR 17 2015
JA"ANDY HARWELL, County$ lak
McLennan Corn, Taws
1
By.
KELLY FULLB1iIGHT DEPUTY
ORDER ACCEPTING:
MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORTS, JANUARY- FEBRUARY 2015
RE: HEALTH BENEFITS PLAN MANAGER
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Health Benefits Plan
Manager:
Monthly Activity
Reports,
January - February 2015. After discussion, Commissioner Jones
made a motion to accept the report for recording purposes and it was seconded by Commissioner Snell. A
vote
being
called
for, voting
in
favor
of
said
motion
was
Judge
Felton,
Commissioner
Snell,
Commissioner Gibson, Commissioner Jones and Commissioner Perry. It is ordered by the Court that said
Reports be,
and the same are
hereby,
accepted
by
unanimous vote.
TO:
McLennan County Commissioners Court
DATE:
March 9, 2015
FROM:
RoseMary Mayes— Health Plan Manager
RE:
Status Report—
McLennan County Health Plan
Health Plan Activities— January
and February, 2015
Hillcrest Hospital —on
going discussions to determine how Hillcrest can provide disease
management and other services directly to McLennan County Health Plan members.
Continued discussions
with
Premier ER— Premier ER and Urgent Care are not in the S& W
Network- determining how claims can be paid at in network rates
Continued meetings with City of Waco and Waco ISD Shared Services regarding on site clinic.
Prosper Waco Orientation
February Heart Health Month Program
Proposed on site Step Up Scale Down weight program for employees
Proposed Incentive program for employees on Health Plan
Walk Across Texas Committee meeting
There has been an escalation of employees with issues and finding answers with the TPA.
Working on several serious issues for employees.
Continued research for provides and services to add to the current Health Plan benefits.
A XEPfLD BY COMMONERS
THIS I
DAY OF
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MAR 17 2015
JA"ANDY HARWELL, COUntyGlmk
Mclennan County, Tem
By
KELLY FULLSAIOHT DEPUTY
AGENDA: MARCH 17, 2015
III.
CONSIDERATION OF, AND/ OR ACTION ON, THE FOLLOWING:
M. Commissioners Court Work Session: Information Gathering, Discussions, Status
Reports/ Updates and/ or Presentations on any or all of the items listed below( no
action will be taken by the Court on items presented in this part ofthe meeting):
Discussion/ Suggestions regarding: Future Work Session Items
1.
Discussion
re:
Criminal Justice Issues: Updates regarding
Information Only
the Electronic Monitoring Program, including Discussion on
Expanded Program Services/ Coordinating the McLennan County
Criminal Justice System/ Criminal Justice Process/ Creation of
a Criminal Justice Work Group/ Discussion on Ways to Control
of Jail Population/ Jail Magistrate/ Bail Bonds/ Indigent Defense
Departments/ Pretrial Services/ Courthouse Security/ Video
Conferencing Utilization/ DARE Program, Associate Criminal Judge
Position, related matters
including Discussion
Re: the Time Schedule for Capital Outlay/ Recommendations
from the Finance Committee Regarding the Spending Policy/
Equipment Financing, related matters
2.
Discussion
3.
County Property, including Discussion Re: Space
Availability and Utilization of County Buildings, Utilization Planning,
Discussion
Capital Expenditures:
re:
re:
None
Discussion Only
Consultant and Matters Related Thereto/ Updates re: Maintenance
of Hwy 6 or Downtown Jail/ Maintenance at Tradinghouse Lake/
Park/ Recommendations from Tradinghouse Lake/ Park Advisory
Committee/ Property Casualty Insurance/ Discussion re: Space
Availability, Records, Policies, and Upcoming Renewal/ Bid relative
to Restland Cemetery and/ or Rosemound Cemetery/ County
Parking Lots/ Extraco Events Center( Heart of Texas Coliseum)
Moisture Intrusion Investigation/ Janitorial Service for County
Buildings and Matters Related Thereto
4.
Discussion re: Texas Department of Transportation: including
Discussion re: Rural/ Public Transportation and related matters
5.
Discussion
re: the
6.
Discussion
re:
County
McLennan
Burn Ban
Discussion Only
Discussion Only
County Group Health
Plan:
including
None
Discussion re: Expansion of Access of Medical Facilities I Shared
Clinic/ Employee Incentive Programs, related matters
7.
Discussion
North & East
re:
County Judges
and
Commissioners
Information Only
Association Conference
8.
Discussion
Prosper Waco:
re:
including but not
limit to: Future
Information Only
Funding/ Board Appointment
9.
Discussion
re:
County
Office Closures
CD- 323, 9: 51
Office Closings:
including
Weather Related
Information Only
INFORMATION ONLY:
COMMISSIONERS COURT WORK SESSION:
INFORMATION GATHERING, DISCUSSIONS, STATUS REPORTS/ UPDATES
AND/ OR PRESENTATIONS ON ANY OR ALL OF THE ITEMS LISTED BELOW
NO ACTION WILL BE TAKEN BY THE COURT ON ITEMS
PRESENTED IN THIS PART OF THE MEETING):
DISCUSSION RE: CRIMINAL JUSTICE ISSUES: UPDATES RE: THE ELECTRONIC
MONITORING PROGRAM, INCLUDING DISCUSSION ON EXPANDED PROGRAM
SERVICES/ COORDINATING THE MCLENNAN COUNTY CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM/
CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROCESS/ CREATION OF A CRIMINAL JUSTICE WORK GROUP/
DISCUSSION ON WAYS TO CONTROL OF JAIL POPULATION/ JAIL MAGISTRATE/
BAIL BONDS/ INDIGENT DEFENSE DEPARTMENTS/ PRETRIAL SERVICES/
COURTHOUSE SECURITY/ VIDEO CONFERENCING UTILIZATION/ DARE
PROGRAM/ ASSOCIATE CRIMINAL JUDGE POSITION, RELATED MATTERS
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Commissioners Court Work
Session: Information gathering, discussions, status reports/ updates and/ or presentations on any or all of
the items listed below ( no action will be taken by the Court on items presented in this part of the
meeting):
Discussion /
Suggestion regarding: Future
Work Session Items. Discussion
re:
Criminal
Justice Issues: Updates regarding the Electronic Monitoring Program, including Discussion on Expanded
Program Services /
Coordinating
the McLennan
County
Criminal Justice System /
Criminal Justice
Process/ Creation of a Criminal Justice Work Group/ Discussion on Ways to Control of Jail Population/
Jail Magistrate / Bail Bonds / Indigent Defense Departments / Pretrial Services /
Video
Conferencing
Judge Felton
updated
Courthouse Security /
Utilization / DARE Program / Associate Criminal Judge Position, related matters.
the Court regarding the Electronic
Monitoring
Program.
3/ 16/ 2015
RECOVERY •-='
Recover. Mealthcane @o.n oration
449 Norbh Silt IV=
[email protected] Room act
Waco, 4cm 76701
Phone; 2E6=300- 42n
GAS CII enMs:
Judge Cates:
PO Date:
LO Date:
3/ 5/ 2015
SoberLink
4/ 17/ 2015
4/ 27/ 2015
2/ 12/ 2015
SoberLink
4/ 25/ 2015
5/ 5/ 2015
Beaty, Jhakeem
2/ 20/ 2015 Indigent
SoberLink/ DP
7/ 7/ 2015
7/ 17/ 2015
Cardenas, Jose
1/ 29/ 2015
Scram RB
3/ 13/ 2015
3/ 23/ 2015
3/ 18/ 2015
3/ 24/ 2015
DP
6/ 29/ 2015
7/ 5/ 2015
3/ 18/ 2015
Clients:
Amos, Antoine
Azua, Enrique
Cherry,
Francheska
Clark Jr., Morris
Enrollment:
Extra:
Status:
2/ 25/ 2015 Indigent
2/ 13/ 2015 Indigent
Specifications:
Conklin, Charles
1/ 29/ 2015 Indigent
DP
3/ 12/ 2015
Davis, Christopher
2/ 25/ 2015 Indigent
UA
4/ 9/ 2015
4/ 15/ 2015
Diaz, Ivan
10/ 23/ 2014
Scram RB
3/ 14/ 2015
3/ 24/ 2015
Donahue, Christopher
3/ 12/ 2015 Indigent
SoberLink
4/ 24/ 2015
5/ 4/ 2015
3/ 12/ 2015 Indigent
DP
4/ 16/ 2015
4/ 22/ 2015
2/ 11/ 2015 Indigent
DP
4/ 24/ 2015
5/ 1/ 2015
Dowling
Jr., Danyel
Drake, Desmond
3/ 20/ 2015
3/ 26/ 2015
12/ 12/ 2014
3/ 13/ 2015
3/ 19/ 2015
Hidrago, Eliseo
2/ 19/ 2015
5/ 18/ 2015
5/ 24/ 2015
Iruegas III, Crescencio
2/ 13/ 2015
5/ 12/ 2015
5/ 18/ 2015
3/ 25/ 2015
3/ 31/ 2015
UA
6/ 8/ 2015
6/ 14/ 2015
UA
4/ 2/ 2015
4/ 9/ 2015
Fernandez, Gisela
Harris, Ronald
Jimenez Jr, Gabrial
Johnson,
Larry
2/ 20/ 2015 Indigent
3/ 5/ 2015 Indigent
3/ 12/ 2015 Indigent
Jones, Angela
3/ 5/ 2015 Indigent
King, Patricia
2/ 19/ 2015 Indigent
Lerma,
Ricky
Lewis, Artie
Loadholt,
Anthony
Lopez, Veronica
DP
5/ 16/ 2015
5/ 22/ 2015
4/ 7/ 2015
4/ 13/ 2015
Scram RB
4/ 13/ 2015
4/ 23/ 2015
2/ 19/ 2015
DP
4/ 17/ 2015
4/ 23/ 2015
2/ 20/ 2015 Indigent
SoberLink/ DP
3/ 11/ 2015
1/ 30/ 2015 Indigent
5/ 2/ 2015
5/ 4/ 2015
4/ 27/ 2015
Louden, Cedrick
1/ 29/ 2015
Scram RB
4/ 17/ 2015
Lozano, Andrew
1/ 26/ 2015 Indigent
Scram RB
3/ 10/ 2015
3/ 20/ 2015
DP
4/ 17/ 2015
4/ 23/ 2015
McClendon, Treffnie
2/ 20/ 2015 Indigent
3/ 5/ 2015 Indigent
5/ 15/ 2015
5/ 21/ 2015
Moreno, Stephanie
3/ 12/ 2015 Indigent
4/ 8/ 2015
4/ 14/ 2015
Moss,
2/ 20/ 2015 Indigent
3/ 12/ 2015
3/ 14/ 2015
Nunez, Jose
1/ 29/ 2015
Scram RB
5/ 31/ 2015
6/ 10/ 2015
Orduna, Joshua
2/ 19/ 2015 Indigent
DP
4/ 16/ 2015
4/ 23/ 2015
Radcliff, Dennis
1/ 22/ 2015 Indigent
SoberLink
4/ 18/ 2015
4/ 28/ 2015
Rodriguez, Luke
3/ 12/ 2015 Indigent
DP
4/ 9/ 2015
4/ 15/ 2015
Ross, Marvin
3/ 12/ 2015 Indigent
DP
5/ 8/ 2015
5/ 14/ 2015
3/ 17/ 2015
3/ 19/ 2015
Montgomery, Vance
Mary
UA
2/ 20/ 2015 Indigent
Strasser, William
Judge Freeman:
Garrett( Willis), Becky
3/ 6/ 2015 Indigent
Garza, Victor
3/ 4/ 2015 Indigent
Scram CAM
2/ 19/ 2015 Indigent
Hollie, Jeremaine
DP
5/ 31/ 2015
6/ 8/ 2015
7/ 30/ 2015
7/ 30/ 2015
3/ 19/ 2015
3/ 25/ 2015
3/ 24/ 2015
Rebollaro, Maria
2/ 12/ 2015
3/ 18/ 2015
Stephens,
2/ 13/ 2015
3/ 27/ 2015
4/ 2/ 2015
2/ 12/ 2015
5/ 20/ 2015
5/ 20/ 2015
3/ 6/ 2015 Indigent
4/ 13/ 2015
4/ 21/ 2015
1/ 2/ 2015 Indigent
4/ 10/ 2015
4/ 19/ 2015
Ebony
Whitlock, Charles
Williams, Lakesha
Young,
James
DP
Felony:
Condition of Bond:
Arnold,
1/ 6/ 2014
Jay
11/ 15/ 2013
Childres, Chavoun
Collier, Jovan
7/ 18/ 2014
Evans, Darrius( Dirraus)
10/ 6/ 2014 Indigent
Guajardo, Juan
8/ 11/ 2014
Kett ler, Mark
Walsh, Julia
9/ 8/ 2014
5/ 28/ 2014 Indigent
Pretrial Intervention Program:
CSCD:
Hernandez, Alvaro
Taylor, Corbin
PO:
Judge:
No Payout/ Layout Dates**
12/ 16/ 2014
Johnson
JMG
12/ 8/ 2014
Freeman
WMB
Out
of
State:
Judge Holmes:
No Payout/ Layout Dates**
SCRAM Clients:
Judge Cates:
Clients:
Enrollment:
Status:
Extra:
Specifications:
PO Date:
1. 0 Date:
Cardenas, Jose
1/ 29/ 2015
Scram RB
3/ 13/ 2015
3/ 23/ 2015
Diaz, Ivan
10/ 23/ 2014
Scram RB
3/ 14/ 2015
3/ 24/ 2015
Lewis, At-tie
1/ 30/ 2015 Indigent
Scram RB
4/ 13/ 2015
4/ 23/ 2015
Louden, Cedrick
1/ 29/ 2015
Scram RB
4/ 17/ 2015
4/ 27/ 2015
Lozano, Andrew
1/ 26/ 2015 Indigent
Scram RB
3/ 10/ 2015
3/ 20/ 2015
Nunez, Jose
1/ 29/ 2015
Scram RB
5/ 31/ 2015
6/ 10/ 2015
PO Date:
LO Date:
Judge Freeman:
Clients:
Garza, Victor
Enrollment:
Status:
3/ 4/ 2015 Indigent
Extra:
Specifications:
Scram CAM
7/ 30/ 2015
7/ 30/ 2015
Pretrial Intervention Program:
9/ 3/ 2015
3/ 3/ 2015
1/ 30/ 2016
1/ 30/ 2015
9/ 10/ 2014
UA
6/ 10/ 2015
3/ 11/ 2015
9/ 11/ 2015
1/ 22/ 2015
6/ 22/ 2015
6/ 20/ 2015
12/ 22/ 2014
1/ 16/ 2015
UA
7/ 16/ 2016
12/ 3/ 2014
12/ 3/ 2016
9/ 22/ 2014
9/ 9/ 2015
12/ 30/ 2014
6/ 30/ 2015
3/ 11/ 2015
3/ 11/ 2016
1/ 29/ 2015
7/ 29/ 2015
12/ 19/ 2014
6/ 17/ 2015
3/ 9/ 2015
9/ 9/ 2015
2/ 17/ 2015
1/ 23/ 2015
1/ 2/ 2015
1/ 23/ 2016
7/ 2/ 2015
2/ 16/ 2015
2/ 26/ 2015
2/ 26/ 2016
11/ 7/ 2014
11/ 16/ 2016
Out of State:
5/ 13/ 2014
Juvenile
Felony:
Drug Patch Clients:
Judge Cates:
Clients:
Enrollment:
Status:
Specifications:
Extra:
PO Date:
LO Date:
7/ 7/ 2015
7/ 17/ 2015
6/ 29/ 2015
7/ 5/ 2015
Beaty, Jhakeem
2/ 20/ 2015 Indigent
SoberLink/ DP
Clark Jr., Morris
2/ 13/ 2015 Indigent
DP
Conklin, Charles
1/ 29/ 2015 Indigent
DP
3/ 12/ 2015
3/ 18/ 2015
3/ 12/ 2015 Indigent
DP
4/ 16/ 2015
4/ 22/ 2015
Dowling
Jr., Danyel
Drake, Desmond
2/ 11/ 2015 Indigent
DP
4/ 24/ 2015
5/ 1/ 2015
Iruegas III, Crescencio
2/ 13/ 2015
DP
5/ 12/ 2015
5/ 18/ 2015
Loadholt,
2/ 19/ 2015
DP
4/ 17/ 2015
4/ 23/ 2015
2/ 20/ 2015 Indigent
SoberLink/ DP
5/ 2/ 2015
5/ 4/ 2015
McClendon, Treffnie
2/ 20/ 2015 Indigent
DP
4/ 17/ 2015
4/ 23/ 2015
Orduna, Joshua
2/ 19/ 2015 Indigent
DP
4/ 16/ 2015
4/ 23/ 2015
Anthony
Lopez, Veronica
Rodriguez, Luke
3/ 12/ 2015 Indigent
DP
4/ 9/ 2015
4/ 15/ 2015
Ross, Marvin
3/ 12/ 2015 Indigent
DP
5/ 8/ 2015
5/ 14/ 2015
Judge Freeman:
Clients:
Hollie, Jeremaine
Young,
James
Enrollment:
Status:
Extra:
Specifications:
PO Date:
LO Date:
2/ 19/ 2015 Indigent
DP
3/ 19/ 2015
3/ 25/ 2015
1/ 2/ 2015 Indigent
DP
4/ 10/ 2015
4/ 19/ 2015
Felony:
Pretrial Intervention Program:
12/ 19/ 2016
12/ 19/ 2014
DP 90 days- UA lx
2/ 6/ 2015
a
Month
2/ 6/ 2017
2/ 9/ 2017
2/ 9/ 2015
Soberlink Clients:
Judge Cates:
Clients:
Enrollment:
Status:
Specifications:
Extra:
PO Date:
LO Date:
3/ 5/ 2015
SoberLink
4/ 17/ 2015
4/ 27/ 2015
Azua, Enrique
2/ 12/ 2015
SoberLink
4/ 25/ 2015
5/ 5/ 2015
Beaty, Jhakeem
2/ 20/ 2015 Indigent
SoberLink/ DP
7/ 7/ 2015
7/ 17/ 2015
Donahue, Christopher
3/ 12/ 2015 Indigent
SoberLink
4/ 24/ 2015
5/ 4/ 2015
Lopez, Veronica
2/ 20/ 2015 Indigent
SoberLink/ DP
5/ 2/ 2015
5/ 4/ 2015
Radcliff, Dennis
1/ 22/ 2015 Indigent
SoberLink
4/ 18/ 2015
4/ 28/ 2015
PO Date:
LO Date:
Amos, Antoine
Judge Freeman:
Clients:
Enrollment:
Status:
Extra:
Specifications:
Pretrial Intervention Program:
10/ 22/ 2014
10/ 22/ 2015
12/ 29/ 2014
12/ 29/ 2016
2/ 4/ 2015
10/ 4/ 2015
Felony:
UA COOe
s:
Judge Cates:
Clients:
Enrollment:
Status:
Extra:
Specifications:
PO Date:
LO Date:
Davis, Christopher
2/ 25/ 2015 Indigent
UA
4/ 9/ 2015
4/ 15/ 2015
Johnson,
3/ 12/ 2015 Indigent
UA
6/ 8/ 2015
6/ 14/ 2015
3/ 5/ 2015 Indigent
UA
4/ 2/ 2015
4/ 9/ 2015
3/ 12/ 2015 Indigent
UA
4/ 8/ 2015
4/ 14/ 2015
Larry
Jones, Angela
Moreno, Stephanie
Judge Freeman:
Clients:
Enrollment:
Status:
Extra:
Specifications:
PO Date:
Pretrial Intervention Program:
10/ 14/ 2014
9/ 10/ 2014
lx
a
Month
lx a Month
10/ 14/ 2015
6/ 10/ 2015
LO Date:
6/ 10/ 2015
8/ 22/ 2014
lx
2/ 25/ 2015
lx a Month
8/ 13/ 2014
lx
a
Month
8/ 13/ 2015
5/ 9/ 2014
lx
a
Month
5/ 9/ 2015
2/ 17/ 2015
lx
a
Month
8/ 17/ 2015
6/ 30/ 2014
lx
a
Month
3/ 30/ 2015
12/ 16/ 2014
lx
a
Month
12/ 16/ 2015
1/ 15/ 2015
lx
a
Month
1/ 15/ 2016
10/ 8/ 2014
lx
a
Month
12/ 2/ 2014
2x- 6mths, lx- 6r
12/ 2/ 2015
8/ 29/ 2014
lx
Month
8/ 29/ 2015
12/ 9/ 2014
lx a Month
12/ 9/ 2015
a
a
Month
3/ 8/ 2015
11/ 21/ 2014
lx
a
Month
11/ 21/ 2016
1/ 16/ 2015
lx
a
Month
7/ 16/ 2016
1/ 30/ 2015
2x- 6mths, lx- 6r
1/ 30/ 2016
4/ 30/ 2015
10/ 31/ 2014
2x
a
Month
7/ 22/ 2014
lx
a
Month
1/ 22/ 2016
12/ 29/ 2014
lx
a
Month
6/ 29/ 2016
10/ 16/ 2014
lx
a
Month
8/ 16/ 2015
2/ 9/ 2015
DP 6 Months- U/
2/ 9/ 2017
12/ 9/ 2014
lx
a
Month
12/ 9/ 2015
6/ 20/ 2014
lx
a
Month
6/ 20/ 2015
4/ 17/ 2014
lx a Month
4/ 17/ 2015
Month
2/ 5/ 2016
2/ 5/ 2015
lx
a
1/ 27/ 2015
lx
a
Month
1/ 27/ 2016
1/ 27/ 2015
lx
a
Month
1/ 27/ 2016
5/ 8/ 2014
2x- 6mths, lx- 6r
5/ 8/ 2015
6/ 18/ 2014
lx a Month
6/ 18/ 2015
2/ 12/ 2015
lx
a
Month
2/ 12/ 2016
2/ 27/ 2015
lx
a
Month
2/ 27/ 2016
lx a Month
6/ 21/ 2015
11/ 20/ 2014
11/ 3/ 2014
lx
a
Month
11/ 3/ 2015
1/ 14/ 2015
lx
a
Month
1/ 14/ 2016
9/ 9/ 2014
lx a Month
9/ 9/ 2015
3/ 3/ 2015
2x
a
Month
7/ 3/ 2015
8/ 14/ 2014
lx
a
Month
5/ 14/ 2015
1/ 22/ 2015
lx
a
Month
3/ 22/ 2015
2/ 4/ 2015
lx
a
Month
8/ 4/ 2016
8/ 12/ 2014
lx a Month
8/ 12/ 2015
1/ 29/ 2015
lx a Month
1/ 26/ 2016
11/ 4/ 2014
lx
a
Month
11/ 4/ 2015
lx
a
Month
2/ 24/ 2016
2/ 24/ 2015
2/ 6/ 2015
DP 90 days- UA 3
2/ 6/ 2017
10/ 16/ 2014
lx
a
Month
1/ 16/ 2016
8/ 22/ 2014
lx
a
Month
5/ 22/ 2015
2/ 13/ 2015
lx
a
Month
2/ 13/ 2016
12/ 31/ 2014
lx
a
Month
12/ 31/ 2015
2/ 3/ 2015
lx
a
Month
2/ 3/ 2016
2/ 3/ 2015
lx
a
Month
2/ 3/ 2016
1/ 6/ 2015
lx
a
Month
10/ 6/ 2015
8/ 6/ 2014
lx a Month
8/ 6/ 2015
2/ 16/ 2015
lx
a
Month
6/ 16/ 2015
10/ 28/ 2014
2x
a
Month
4/ 28/ 2015
10/ 31/ 2014
lx
a
Month
4/ 30/ 2015
10/ 31/ 2014
lx a Month
10/ 31/ 2015
Month
1/ 13/ 2016
1/ 13/ 2015
lx
a
1/ 8/ 2015
2x- 6mths, lx- 6r
1/ 8/ 2016
1/ 7/ 2015
lx
Month
1/ 7/ 2016
a
Felony:
Double Clients:
Judge Cates:
Clients:
Enrollment:
Status:
Extra:
Specifications:
PO Date:
LO Date:
4/ 27/ 2015
3/ 5/ 2015
SoberLink
4/ 17/ 2015
Azua, Enrique
2/ 12/ 2015
SoberLink
4/ 25/ 2015
5/ 5/ 2015
Amos, Antoine
Beaty, Jhakeem
2/ 20/ 2015 Indigent
SoberLink/ DP
7/ 7/ 2015
7/ 17/ 2015
Cardenas, Jose
1/ 29/ 2015
Scram RB
3/ 13/ 2015
3/ 23/ 2015
Clark Jr., Morris
2/ 13/ 2015 Indigent
DP
6/ 29/ 2015
7/ 5/ 2015
Conklin, Charles
1/ 29/ 2015 Indigent
DP
3/ 12/ 2015
3/ 18/ 2015
Davis, Christopher
2/ 25/ 2015 Indigent
UA
4/ 9/ 2015
4/ 15/ 2015
Diaz, Ivan
10/ 23/ 2014
Scram RB
3/ 14/ 2015
3/ 24/ 2015
Donahue, Christopher
3/ 12/ 2015 Indigent
SoberLink
4/ 24/ 2015
5/ 4/ 2015
3/ 12/ 2015 Indigent
DP
4/ 16/ 2015
4/ 22/ 2015
Drake, Desmond
2/ 11/ 2015 Indigent
DP
4/ 24/ 2015
5/ 1/ 2015
Iruegas Ill, Crescencio
2/ 13/ 2015
DP
5/ 12/ 2015
5/ 18/ 2015
Johnson, Larry
3/ 12/ 2015 Indigent
UA
6/ 8/ 2015
6/ 14/ 2015
Dowling
Jr., Danyel
4/ 2/ 2015
4/ 9/ 2015
Scram RB
4/ 13/ 2015
4/ 23/ 2015
2/ 19/ 2015
DP
4/ 17/ 2015
4/ 23/ 2015
Lopez, Veronica
2/ 20/ 2015 Indigent
SoberLink/ DP
5/ 2/ 2015
5/ 4/ 2015
Louden, Cedrick
1/ 29/ 2015
Scram RB
4/ 17/ 2015
4/ 27/ 2015
Lozano, Andrew
1/ 26/ 2015 Indigent
Scram RB
3/ 10/ 2015
3/ 20/ 2015
McClendon, Treffnie
2/ 20/ 2015 Indigent
DP
4/ 17/ 2015
4/ 23/ 2015
Moreno, Stephanie
3/ 12/ 2015 Indigent
UA
4/ 8/ 2015
4/ 14/ 2015
Jones, Angela
3/ 5/ 2015 Indigent
Lewis, Artie
1/ 30/ 2015 Indigent
Loadholt,
Anthony
UA
Nunez, Jose
1/ 29/ 2015
Scram RB
5/ 31/ 2015
6/ 10/ 2015
Orduna, Joshua
2/ 19/ 2015 Indigent
DP
4/ 16/ 2015
4/ 23/ 2015
Radcliff, Dennis
1/ 22/ 2015 Indigent
SoberLink
4/ 18/ 2015
4/ 28/ 2015
Rodriguez, Luke
3/ 12/ 2015 Indigent
DP
4/ 9/ 2015
4/ 15/ 2015
Ross, Marvin
3/ 12/ 2015 Indigent
DP
5/ 8/ 2015
5/ 14/ 2015
Judge Freeman:
3/ 4/ 2015 Indigent
Garza, Victor
Hollie, Jeremaine
Young,
Status:
Enrollment:
Clients:
James
Extra:
Specifications:
7/ 30/ 2015
7/ 30/ 2015
DP
3/ 19/ 2015
3/ 25/ 2015
1/ 2/ 2015 Indigent
DP
4/ 10/ 2015
4/ 19/ 2015
Scram CAM
Totals:
House Arrest Clients OnIy***
Judge Cates:
36
6
Total SCRAM:
Total Soberlink:
Total
Drug
6
Patch:
12
Total UA:
4
Total Double Clients:
26
Total Clients Referred:
36
Total Indigent Clients:
25
Total Clients in lieu
of
jail:
36
Judge Freeman:
8
Total GPS:
Total SCRAM:
1
Total Soberlink:
0
Total
Drug
Patch:
LO Date:
2/ 19/ 2015 Indigent
Felony:
Total GPS:
PO Date:
2
Total UA:
0
Total Double Clients:
3
Total Clients Referred:
8
Total Indigent Clients:
5
Total Clients in lieu
of
jail:
8
Felony:
Total Indigent
clients:
1
Judge Holmes:
Total Indigent clients:
0
Overall Totals:
Total GPS( Sheriff):
44
Total GPS( CSCD):
2
Total GPS( Juvenile):
4
Total GPS( Other Counties):
0
Total GPS( COB):
7
Total GPS( PTIP):
0
Total GPS( Child Support):
0
Total GPS(
0
Felony)
Total SCRAM:
COB= Condition Of Bond
PTIP= Pretrial Intervention Program
49
Total Clients in lieu if jail( County)=
Total SCRAM( Sheriff)
8
Sheriff, CSCD, COB, PTIP, Child Support,
Total SCRAM( Sheriff-HA)
0
Felony and SCRAM( Sheriff-HA).
Total SCRAM ( PTIP):
Total SCRAM ( Felony):
20
Total Soberlink( Sheriff):
6
Total Soberlink( PTIP):
3
Total Soberlink(
0
Felony):
Total Drug Patch( In):
drug Patch(
out):
Total Drug Patch( Sheriff):
Total
Total
Drug
Drug
Patch( PTIP):
Patch(
Felony):
0
14
3
0
0
Total UA(
0
out):
Total UA( Sheriff):
Total UA( PTIP):
Felony):
Total Double Clients:
other counties
3
Total UA( in):
Total UA(
County+ Juvenile+
18
Total Soberlink:
Total
Total Clients in lieu if jail( All)=
0
Total SCRAM( Sheriff- HA)= House Arrest- No GPS
Total DP&
UA( in&
out) means- in county and out
of county
Total Clients in McLennan County=
All GPS( in county), All SCRAM,
4
All Soberlink, All Drug Patch, All UA
60
Does not include double clients**
0
29
Total Clients All=
All GPS, SCRAM, Soberlink, Drug Patch and UA clients.
This also included double clients.
Total Clients in lieu if jail( County):
53
Total Clients in lieu if jail( All):
57
Total Clients in McLennan County:
245
Total Indigent Clients:
Total Clients WI Double
Total Clients( All):
clients:
31
274
274
MAR 17 2015
JA,"ANDY HARWELL, Countyark
T
By: KELLY
FUUBAiGHTDEPUTY
DISCUSSION ONLY:
COMMISSIONERS COURT WORK SESSION:
INFORMATION GATHERING, DISCUSSIONS, STATUS REPORTS/ UPDATES
AND/ OR PRESENTATIONS ON ANY OR ALL OF THE ITEMS LISTED BELOW
NO ACTION WILL BE TAKEN BY THE COURT ON ITEMS
PRESENTED IN THIS PART OF THE MEETING):
DISCUSSION RE: COUNTY PROPERTY, INCLUDING DISCUSSION RE: SPACE
AVAILABILITY AND UTILIZATION OF COUNTY BUILDINGS, UTILIZATION PLANNING,
CONSULTANT AND MATTERS RELATED THERETO/ UPDATES RE: MAINTENANCE AT
HWY 6 OR DOWNTOWN JAIL/ MAINTENANCE AT TRADINGHOUSE LAKE/PARK/
RECOMMENDATIONS FROM TRADINGHOUSE LAKE/PARK ADVISORY COMMITTEE/
PROPERTY CASUALTY INSURANCE/ DISCUSSION RE: SPACE AVAILABILITY,
RECORDS, POLICIES, AND UPCOMING RENEWALBID RELATIVE TO RESTLAND
CEMETERY AND/ OR ROSEMOUND CEMETERY/ COUNTY PARKING LOTS/ EXTRACO
EVENTS CENTER( HEART OF TEXAS COLISEUM) MOISTURE INTRUSION
INVESTIGATION/ JANITORIAL SERVICE FOR COUNTY BUILDINGS AND MATTERS
RELATED THERETO
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Commissioners Court Work
Session: Information gathering, discussions, status reports/ updates and / or presentations on any or all of
the items listed below ( no action will be taken by the Court on items presented in this part of the
meeting): Discussion /
Suggestions regarding: Future Work Session Items: Discussion
re:
County
Property, including Discussion Regarding Space Availability and Utilization of County Buildings,
Utilization
Planning,
Downtown Jail /
Lake/ Park
Records,
Consultant
Maintenance
and
at
Advisory Committee /
Matters Related Thereto /
Tradinghouse
Lake/ Park /
Property Casualty
Updates re: Maintenance at Hwy 6 or
Recommendations from Tradinghouse
Insurance /
Discussion
re:
Space Availability,
Policies, and Upcoming Renewal/ Bid relative to Restland Cemetery and/ or Rosemound
Cemetery / County Parking
Lots / Extraco Events Center ( Heart of Texas Coliseum) Moisture Intrusion
Investigation / Janitorial Service for County Buildings and Matters Related Thereto. The Court discussed
Policy
regarding Right
of
Ways
and
Tradinghouse Lake/ Park Rules.
AN ORDER OF THE COMMISSIONERS COURT OF MCLENNAN COUNTY, TEXAS PROVIDING
FOR PARK RULES TO BE FOLLOWED BY ALL USERS OF TRADINGHOUSE LAKE PARK;
SETTING FORTH ENFORCEMENT PROVISIONS INCLUDING EJECTION FROM PARK AND
SUSPENSION OF PARK USAGE; SETTING FORTH A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE AND
ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
To protect its Tradinghouse Lake Park and the enjoyment of said Park by the public, the
Commissioners Court finds it necessary and proper to establish rules for use of the Park. Thus, in
accordance with its authority under Sections 331. 007 and 331. 005 of the Local Government
Code, and by virtue of the County' s control over said Park, the Commissioner' s Court hereby
chooses to enact park rules to govern use of the Tradinghouse Lake Park, which is made up of
Parks, 1, 2 and 3. Additional rules may be adopted in the future, and some of those rules may be
with regard to specific Park properties. However the following rules apply to all Park properties.
NOW, THEREFORE,
BE IT
ORDERED
BY THE COMMISSIONERS
COURT OF
MCLENNAN COUNTY, TEXAS THAT:
The following Park Rules are adopted for all portions of Tradinghouse Lake Park:
1)
No dirt bikes or all- terrain vehicles are allowed to be operated in the park other than
2)
by Park personnel*;
No glass containers and No littering or dumping;
3)
Vandalism or damage to park facilities, equipment or vegetation will not be tolerated.
4)
Do not cut standing trees for firewood;
The park may only be used for recreational purposes. No garage sales, swap meets,
flea markets or other business pursuits are allowed to be operated on park premises*;
5)
No loudspeakers;
6)
Fighting,
gambling,
disorderly
conduct,
or other criminal activity will not be
tolerated;
7)
Minors under 16 years old must be accompanied by a responsible adult;
8)
No fires in other than designated fire pits or enclosed grills or stoves;
9)
No hunting and No discharge of firearms of any kind;
10) No archery*;
11) No fireworks*;
12) Unless in the immediate control of the owner, dogs must be on a leash or otherwise
secured. DO NOT allow dogs to roam the Park;
13) Speed Limit on Park Roads is 10 mph;
14) Except for purposes of parking, vehicles must stay on Park Roads. Do Not block a
Park Road or a boat ramp.
Unless part of a County-sanctioned special event.
PASSED this
day of
2015.
Scott M. Felton, County Judge
Attest:
Deputy County
Clerk
51112
MAR 17 2015
Jul"ANDY HARWELL, Cou
McLennan County,
FULLBRQ
KELLY
T DEPUTY
DISCUSSION ONLY:
COMMISSIONERS COURT WORK SESSION:
INFORMATION GATHERING, DISCUSSIONS, STATUS REPORTS/ UPDATES
AND/ OR PRESENTATIONS ON ANY OR ALL OF THE ITEMS LISTED BELOW
NO ACTION WILL BE TAKEN BY THE COURT ON ITEMS
PRESENTED IN THIS PART OF THE MEETING):
DISCUSSION RE: TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION:
INCLUDING DISCUSSION RE: RURAL/ PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
AND RELATED MATTERS
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Commissioners Court Work
Session: Information gathering, discussions, status reports/ updates and/ or presentations on any or all of
the items listed below ( no action will be taken by the Court on items presented in this part of the
meeting):
Discussion /
Suggestions regarding:
Future
Work Session
Items:
Discussion
re:
Texas
Department of Transportation: including Discussion re: Rural/ Public Transportation and related matters.
The Court discussion the Rural/ Public Transportation Conference Committee.
DISCUSSION ONLY:
COMMISSIONERS COURT WORK SESSION:
INFORMATION GATHERING, DISCUSSIONS, STATUS REPORTS/ UPDATES
AND/ OR PRESENTATIONS ON ANY OR ALL OF THE ITEMS LISTED BELOW
NO ACTION WILL BE TAKEN BY THE COURT ON ITEMS
PRESENTED IN THIS PART OF THE MEETING):
DISCUSSION RE: THE COUNTY BURN BAN
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Commissioners Court Work
Session: Information gathering, discussions, status reports/ updates and/ or presentations on any or all of
the items listed below ( no action will be taken by the Court on items presented in this part of the
meeting): Discussion /
Suggestions regarding: Future Work Session Items: Discussion re: the County
Burn Ban. The Court discussed the Burn Ban
Policy.
INFORMATION ONLY:
COMMISSIONERS COURT WORK SESSION:
INFORMATION GATHERING, DISCUSSIONS, STATUS REPORTS/ UPDATES
AND/ OR PRESENTATIONS ON ANY OR ALL OF THE ITEMS LISTED BELOW
NO ACTION WILL BE TAKEN BY THE COURT ON ITEMS
PRESENTED IN THIS PART OF THE MEETING):
DISCUSSION RE: NORTH& EAST COUNTY JUDGES AND
COMMISSIONERS ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Commissioners Court Work
Session: Information gathering, discussions, status reports/ updates and/ or presentations on any or all of
the items listed below ( no action will be taken by the Court on items presented in this part of the
meeting): Discussion / Suggestions regarding: Future Work Session Items: Discussion
re:
North & East
County Judges and Commissioners Association Conference. Judge Felton updated the Court regarding
the North & East
County
Judges
and
Commissioners Association Conference.
INFORMATION ONLY:
COMMISSIONERS COURT WORK SESSION:
INFORMATION GATHERING, DISCUSSIONS, STATUS REPORTS/ UPDATES
AND/ OR PRESENTATIONS ON ANY OR ALL OF THE ITEMS LISTED BELOW
NO ACTION WILL BE TAKEN BY THE COURT ON ITEMS
PRESENTED IN THIS PART OF THE MEETING):
DISCUSSION RE: PROSPER WACO: INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMIT TO: FUTURE FUNDING/ BOARD APPOINTMENT
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Commissioners Court Work
Session: Information gathering, discussions, status reports/ updates and/ or presentations on any or all of
the items listed below ( no action will be taken by the Court on items presented in this part of the
meeting): Discussion /
including
but
not
Suggestions regarding: Future Work Session Items: Discussion re: Prosper Waco:
limit to: Future
regarding Prosper Waco.
Funding /
Board Appointment. Judge Felton updated the Court
INFORMATION ONLY:
COMMISSIONERS COURT WORK SESSION:
INFORMATION GATHERING, DISCUSSIONS, STATUS REPORTS/ UPDATES
AND/ OR PRESENTATIONS ON ANY OR ALL OF THE ITEMS LISTED BELOW
NO ACTION WILL BE TAKEN BY THE COURT ON ITEMS
PRESENTED IN THIS PART OF THE MEETING):
DISCUSSION RE: COUNTY OFFICE CLOSINGS:
INCLUDING WEATHER RELATED OFFICE CLOSURES
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, came on for consideration the matter of Commissioners Court Work
Session: Information gathering, discussions, status reports/ updates and/ or presentations on any or all of
the items listed below ( no action will be taken by the Court on items presented in this part of the
meeting): Discussion /
Suggestions regarding: Future Work Session Items: Discussion re: County Office
Closings: including Weather Related Office Closures. Judge Felton updated the Court on County Office
Closings
procedures.
Policy Number.
j; ;
s:
Date:
February 22, 2011
Page:
1 of 1
Supersedes:
Subject:
I.
MCP— 32( Rev. 2)
March 18, 2003
Emergency Closing
The decision to ` officially
McLennan County offices " county wide" may only be
authorized by the County Judge or acting County Judge if the County Judge cannot be reached to
make the determination. In addition, Texas Attorney General Opinion No. JC- 0131 states in part
an elected or appointed county official has the authority to close the official' s office for part or
close"
all of one or more days on account of bad weather, repairs, and the like, and to authorize
employees to be paid for the time they were unable to work because of an office closure."
Employees in departments or divisions that are officially closed, or closed individually by an
Elected or Appointed Official because of inclement weather or other emergencies, will be paid at
their usual rate of pay for the time they miss as a result of the emergency closing. In the event a
decision is made to officially close, Elected Officials and Department Heads will be notified by
the County Judge' s office. If the County does officially close, or if an Elected or Appointed
Official closes their individual offices, most employees ( excluding law enforcement and
detention) will be excused from work and any hours missed due to such closure will be
compensated leave. Such leave should be recorded as hours missed on the last line of the Excel
Style Time Report Form titled
II.
Emergency
Closure,
with
the Code EC. ( See attachment)
Employees in departments or divisions that are officially open during inclement weather or
similar circumstances must be present in order to be paid or must receive permission from the
Elected Official or Department Head to apply sick leave, vacation leave, or documented
compensatory time for any hours the employee was not at work; or simply time worked, if
appropriate. Elected Officials and Department Heads may approve the use of sick leave for this
purpose
if the
employee
is
unable
to
reach
the
work site
because
of weather- related problems.
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ORDER ADJOURNING SPECIAL SESSION
On this the 17 day of March, 2015, at 10: 05 o' clock a. m. County Judge Felton announced that the
meeting
of
March 17, 2015 is
adjourned.
ITEMS DEFERRED, AGENDA, MARCH 17, 2015
On this the 17 day of March 2015, upon motion made, seconded and duly passed by unanimous or
majority vote, it is ordered by the Court that the following Items on the Agenda for March 17, 2015, be,
and the same are hereby, deferred:
III.
CONSIDERATION OF, AND/ OR ACTION ON, THE FOLLOWING:
G.
REGARDING THE COUNTY BUDGET: Amendments/ Requests for
Amendments and related Certification of Additional Revenue, if applicable/
Expenditure Requests, Other Budgetary Requests
1.
Regarding the FY 15 Budget:
c.
Economic Development
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
The above and foregoing minutes having been read in open Court and found to be
correct, the same are hereby, approved this the
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day of
2015.
~~
l'
Kelly Snell,
Commissioner Precinct 1
Will Jon s,
Commiss oner Precinct 3
L er Gibson,
Commissioner Precinct 2
Commissioner Precinct 4
Scott M. Felton,
County Judge
ATTEST: J. A. "Andy" Harwell,
McLennan County Clerk
By
J!l!t ""-"4'
Kelly Fullbright
Deputy County Clerk
Karch