Edwards County Commissioners (l-r) Kenneth Reed, Judge Souli Shanklin, Matt Fry and Kenneth Reed on hand as Ranch Enterprises Sam Poorman (center) presents Edwards County EMS with a $15,000 donation.
Ranch Enterprises donates $15,000 to local EMS
The Edwards County Commissioners Court met for their monthly meeting this past Tuesday, June 8. In attendance were Judge Souli Shanklin, as well as commissioners Kenneth Reid, Matt Fry, Lee Sweeten and Marty Graham.
With all of the recent moisture, the decision was made to continue without a burn ban in place for Edwards County. However, if you do plan on burning please call the Judge’s office to let them know location of smoke. We are grateful for the rain and pray it continues throughout the summer months!
Heading into the agenda, the meeting began with Eric Ede presenting the court with the 2020-2021 Treasurer’s Audit. This discussion was basically a review of all the county’s expenses, savings and taxes from 2020 till now. Ede concluded the presentation by saying Edwards County is in a good financial state, seeing as we have paid off our debt, and that we are on the right track.
Bobby Zesch of Zesch and Pickett Insurance was up next to discuss TAC health, dental and vision benefits for Edwards County employees. Judge Shanklin and all of the commissioners voted to leave the current, grandfathered health plan in place and stick with dental, vision and life insurance coverage being voluntary upon each employee.
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