At their meeting Monday morning, McCulloch County Commissioners faced a fairly lengthy agenda, although most of it involved just two subjects — the process for putting the former Super S facillity at 301 E. Commerce up for sale, and approving the various health, dental, vision and life insurance plans for County employees.
The Court began with the presentation of the various options available to the County employee insurance. In total, Commissioners spent over two hours reviewing the insurance options.
Commissioners then began a discussion focused on deciding whether to sell the former Super S building located at 301 E. Commerce. The outcome of that discussion was a decision to move ahead with offering the building for sale. Next, the voted to solicit sealed bids for the facility, with a minimum bid of $375,000. County Judge Frank Trull will be guest on KNEL’s Morning Program Tuesday to review Commissioners’ deliberations on the sale.
Following the morning meeting for Commissioners, they will reconvene at 2:00pm for a Budget Workshop.