Sherrif introduces key players during County Commission
Thursday, 31 January 2013 by Matthew Girard
New Bell County Sheriff Eddy Lange introduced some of the new key players in his office during the Bell County Commissioner's Court meeting Monday morning.
Lange introduced the new members of the staff and applauded their years of service in law enforcement.
"It's helpful when you surround yourself with great people and I've done that," Lange said.
During the County Engineer portion of the meeting, the commissioner's approved the vacating Oak Drive in the Cameron Woods subdivision in Morgan's Point Resort. Land owners had asked the county to vacate the road that has not been paved and hasn't been maintained by the county to fence off the area between properties along Oak Drive.
Commissioner's also approved the purchase of a seven-ton Tow Behind roller for $57,000, and County Engineer Bryan Neaves presented the 2012 end of the year Road and Bridge Report.
In other business, the United Way of Central Texas presented the commissioner's and other county employees with a certificate of appreciation for their support and contributions during the past year.
The Commissioner's also allowed the Outdoor Burn Ban to expire at 10 a.m. on Monday on advice of the County Fire Marshal.