Grayson County commissioners wished all county residents a happy Thanksgiving on Tuesday.


Commissioners approved receiving into the minutes a resolution from the city of Tioga canvassing their local option election returns and approved a request from Two-Way Special Utility District for a road bore for water service at 441 West Acres Road in Precinct 4.


County leaders also approved a request for a road bore on Hogtown Road in Precinct 3 for water service.


Brett Graham received commissioners’ votes for the Grayson County Central Appraisal District’s board of directors Tuesday. The court decided to give their remaining votes to Ryan Johnson.


After a bit of discussion, commissioners approved the county’s participation in the city of Sherman’s proposed tax increment reinvestment zone No. 7. The court then appointed Grayson County Commissioner Jeff Whitmire to the board overseeing that TIRZ.


Commissioners also declared the steel I-beams on the 4th floor of the courthouse as surplus for “trade in.” Grayson County Purchasing Agent Jeff Schneider explained that the beams were needed when the 4th floor was used for storage. Now that the records have all been electronically archived, the space will become offices for county staffers and that will not require the extra support.