Everyone thinks they know who won the local elections that were held this week but do they really?
Though the results are confirmed by the local elections administrator as those that were counted, they are not actually official until canvassed or accepted by the entity holding the election.
On Tuesday, Grayson County commissioners are expected to canvass the constitutional amendments elections as a part of their regular weekly meeting. The meeting starts at 10 a.m. at the Grayson County courthouse in Sherman. No surprises are expected.
In addition, the county leaders are expected to discuss the following:
• a request from United Way to use the assembly room from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Nov. 28 for Giving Tuesday;
• receiving into the minutes the executed resolution for Texas Department of Transportation Right of Way Agreement for SH 289 at CR60/CR70;
• a request from Office of Emergency Management Director to approve the FY 2017 EMPG grant award letter/grant award notice;
• a request to confirm availability of on-site sewage facilities for Property ID 385284 on FM 902;
• taking action for the county to participate in the proposed city of Sherman Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ) No. 7;
•taking action to appoint a county representative to the TIRZ No. 7 board;
• taking action to approve the memorandum of understanding with Howe Police Department for use of Grayson County Sheriff’s Office gun range;
• discuss and take action on a request to approve the final plat of Homestead Homes Subdivision.