Grayson County Commissioners canvassed the recent Constitutional Amendment Election this week. Grayson County Elections Administrator Deana Patterson said the approval makes the results official. All of the amendments passed in Grayson County.

In addition, commissioners received into the minutes an executed resolution for the Texas Department of Transportation Right of Way Agreement for State Highway 289 at CR60/CR70.

Commissioners also approved a request to confirm availability of on-site sewage facilities for Property ID 385284 on FM 902 and the Tax Assessor Collector’s monthly report.

County leaders tabled a request to consider and take possible action for Grayson County to participate in a proposed city of Sherman Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone No. 7. They also tabled a request to discuss and take action to appoint a county representative to the TIRZ No. 7 Board. Grayson County Judge Bill Magers said he requested that the items be tabled, noting that he thought they had to be done this week, but that is not the case.

Commissioners then approved a memorandum of understanding with the Howe Police Department for use of the Grayson County Sheriff’s Office gun range. GCSO Chief Deputy Tony Bennie said the Howe PD has agreed to abide by all of the rules that Grayson County officers must abide by while using the range.