It’s official. Citizens in the County of Grimes will get to continue casting their ballots at any voting precinct in the county, thanks to a letter from Secretary of State Rolando Pablos, read during the latest Commissioners Court session by Precinct Three Commissioner Barbara Walker.
Also during that same session, Marisa Hale was appointed to the Brazos Valley Council of Governments Solid Waste Advisory Committee, the county entered into a Project Maintenance Interlocal Agreement with the City of Bedias, and agreed to the City of Navasota’s purchase of a delinquent piece of property for ten bucks.
Navasota City Manager Brad Stafford was on hand to explain that it runs right along a drainage ditch in town and is in the flood plain, so if somebody bought it, they couldn’t do anything with it, which is why the city was doing this.
There was also much discussion, both pro and con, over a pending petition to incorporate the Plantersville community. And as you may have heard on Navasota News, that petition has subsequently been approved by County Judge Ben Lehman, and will be formally voted upon this may 6th.