The Grayson County Commissioners Court will discuss vehicle registration, Medicaid and other items during its next regular meeting at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the Commissioner’s Courtroom at the Grayson County Courthouse in Sherman.

The Grayson County Commissioners Court will discuss vehicle registration, Medicaid and other items during its next regular meeting at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the Commissioner’s Courtroom at the Grayson County Courthouse in Sherman.


One agenda item to be discussed is an agreement between the Tax Assessor-Collector’s office and the North Texas Transportation authority that would allow the County to refuse to register or re-register cars at the DMV under certain conditions. If the driver of the car has several tolls and fees they have not paid to the NTTA and are considered a "habitual violator," then their vehicle registration could be denied.


The Court will discuss whether the county will amend a contract with Justice Benefits, Inc. and add Medicaid Administrative Claiming claims to the contract. MAC would allow the Health Department to bill the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services for work performed by Health Department Employees in referring Grayson County citizens to Medicaid.


Commissioners will also discuss adding part-time positions to the Grayson County Jail staff in order to improve the court system’s efficiency.


In addition, the Commissioners Court will:


• a request to proclaim Nov. 13, 2013 Winter Weather Awareness Day;


• a request to authorize the County Judge to execute the Fiscal Year 2014 agreements for Emergency Medical Services and for Fire Protection Services;


• a request to approve an Agreement with the City of Howe in which money will be allocated to work on Smith Road;


• a request to transfer funds from Fiscal Year 2013 to Fiscal Year 2014 budget;


• consider current bills.