Commissioners’ Court Meets in Regular Session, Leaves Burn Ban Off; Approves Older Americans Proclamation

The Nolan County Commissioner’s Court met in regular session at the County Courthouse Sweetwater on Monday to discuss County business.

The Commissioners have approved minutes from May 8 meeting without changes or elisions. Nolan County Commissioner Seth Mahaffey, Precinct 2 motioned and Nolan County Terry Willman, Commissioner Precinct 1, seconded.

The Commissioners have decided not  to reinstate the Nolan County Burn Ban. Nolan County Commissioners Tommy White, Precinct 3 motioned  and Nolan County Commissioner, Henry Ortega, Jr. Precinct 4, seconded.

The  Public Hearing regarding Solvent Energy Reinvestment Zone was opened. No one in the community contributed and the section was closed.

An Order Establishing a Reinvestment Zone to be known as the Solvent Energy Reinvestment Zone for a solar farm and battery storage area was established and approved. Commissioners Willman and Mahaffey motioned and seconded, respectively.

The Nolan County Commissioners considered approval of the Annual Review of the Nolan County Investment Policy. There is no policy change from last year’s agreement. This was approved and thus, renewed. Commissioners White and Willman motioned and seconded.

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