McCulloch County Commissioners began their regular meeting Monday morning with a review of the renewal of health insurance for County employees. The County purchases employee health insurance primarily through the Texas Association of Counties. The rate for next year for McCulloch County is projected to increase by just over 5 percent.
During the session, Commissioners approved a request by CTTC to put buried fiber optic cable under County Road 454, and approved a fire alarm monitoring contract for the County.
Also approved by Commissioners was a Brady Economic Development Corporation project involving Joe Sanchez purchase of the Brady Monument Works facility. The endorsement of the project by the County Commissioners is needed since the facility is located outside the Brady City limits.
Also on the Commissioners’ agenda wasmaking approval of requesting unclaimed capital credits, reimbursement of FEMA funds and part-time employee expense adjustments for retirement.,
Following the regular session, Commissioners reconvened for a Budget Workshop.