|By Odessa American, Texas|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
The CETRZ program, being pushed by the
The basic concept of transportation reinvestment zones is that the collection of property tax is "locked in" for a specific area, so the county can only collect that property tax for a given time period.
As values rise, the additional taxes that accumulate from the properties are placed into a special account, or a
Commissioners also will:
--Discuss authorization to maintain TCDRS plan provisions for the plan year beginning
--Consider the hiring of a secretary at a step 2 due to experience.
--Consider the continuation of overtime pay for a telecommunicator due to being shorthanded for the 2014 fiscal year.
--Consider the continuation of overtime pay for nurse and med-aid due to being shorthanded for the 2014 fiscal year.
--Consider the continuation of overtime pay to compensate cemetery personnel due to a shortage in personnel for the 2014 fiscal year.
--Consider and approve hiring a service desk technician in the
--Consider the consent agenda: moving
--Review the Ector County Investment Policy and consider proposed policy revisions.
--Consider and approve line item transfers and budget amendments for the fiscal year ending
--Consider and approve various budget amendments for the carry forward of outstanding encumbrances from FY 2013 to FY 2014.
--Consider and approve the accounts payable fund requirements report for
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