Commissioners’ Court Approves to Keep Burn Ban On; Coliseum Donation

Left to right: Chris Casto, Commissioner Tommy White, John Jay, Commissioner Terry Willman, NCC Director Terry Locklar, Allen Richburg, Sherri Alldredge, Nolan County Judge Whitley May, Commissioner Henry Ortega, Jr. and Commissioner Seth Mahaffey.  The check was a donation from Roscoe State Bank/Cornerstone to the Nolan County Coliseum. 

The Nolan Commissioner’s Court met in regular session on Monday, January 23 at 9 a.m., in the County Courthouse, Sweetwater to discuss and enact upon County business.

Minutes from the January 9 meeting were approved without changes or elisions. Commissioners Terry Willman, Precint 1 and Commissioner Tommy White, Precinct 3 motioned and seconded, respectively.

The Commissioners’ approved keeping the Nolan County Burn Ban in place. Commissioner White motioned and Commissioner Henry Ortega, Jr., Precinct 4,  seconded.

Nolan County then recognized the dedication and service of their fellow Nolan County employees with a presentation of the Nolan County Service Awards.

Recipients of the award were Bridger Anglin, County Collections for 20 years of service, Stacy Villanueva of the Nolan County Sheriff’s Office (NCSO) for 15 years of service, Lucille Taylor of the Nolan County Sheriff’s Office (NCSO) for 15 years of service, Frank DeLoera of Precinct 4 for 10 years of service, Staci King of the Nolan County Sheriff’s Office (NCSO) for 10 years of service, Brenda Valdez, CCAL Court Reporter for 5 years of service, Thoman Pohlman of the Nolan County Sheriff’s Office (NCSO) for 5 years of service, Kimberly Buckner County Clerk Deputy for 5 years of service, Tim Martinez of the Nolan County Coliseum for 5 years of service and Charles Harvey of Precinct 2 for 5 years of service...

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