Montague County Commissioners will meet at 9 a.m. June 22 in the courthouse annex.
Several financial topics fill Monday’s agenda including a budget workshop. The court also will consider engaging an outside auditor for fiscal 2014-15 and review retirement contributions for 2016.
Sheriff Paul Cunningham will discuss a possible school resource officer partnership with Saint Jo School District. The sheriff touched on the proposal when he made his budget pitch last week, but commissioners had several questions and asked the sheriff to return with further information.
Montague County 4-H members will make a presentation on their activities this past year.
Isaac Garcia with the Texas Association of Counties will present the commissioner’s court with a safety award. A distinguished service certificate also will be presented to the Montague County Historical Commission.
The court will review the procurement of administrative services when making application for Federal Emergency Management Administration reimbursements for disaster declaration damage.
Montague County previously submitted damage reports of more than $7 million to the state for damage that occurred during the May storms. Additional damage reports will be made related to last week’s storms.