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Subdivision agreements, inmate housing, mental health services and on agenda for Garza County Commissioners

County Commissioners convened for a regular scheduled meeting on Monday and heard updates on the Raider Park subdivision at Lake Alan Henry.

County Attorney Ted Weems told the court a misunderstanding between the developer and the county will result in drafting a new agreement for maintenance of roads serviced by the county.  Weems said the new agreement should be beneficial for both the county and developer.

The subdivision is located a quarter of mile north of the public entrance.  Commissioners approved the request for the subdivision, to be known as Raider Park at Lake Alan Henry, during a regular scheduled meeting on June 22, 2020.   The area is deeded land and allows mobile homes or travel trailers. According to their Facebook post the subdivision has 56 total lots with paved roads, water electric and internet at lot line.  Water testing for the subdivision will be conducted this week by Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

Weems also commented, “The final plat for the subdivision should be available within the next few weeks for approval by the Commissioners Court”.

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