BONHAM — The Fannin County Commissioners Court approved a Wireless Access Policy and the renaming of a bridge, among other agenda items, at their regular meeting Tuesday.

BONHAM — The Fannin County Commissioners Court approved a Wireless Access Policy and the renaming of a bridge, among other agenda items, at their regular meeting Tuesday.


The Court heard the EMS monthly profit/loss report from Bonham Fire Department Chief Brad Nichols.


The Court approved the Fannin County Wireless Access Policy and for wireless access to be used for county use. Wireless access will not be available to the general public at this time.


The Court decided to continue with the consulting services of ARMKO Industries, Inc. for the Fannin County Courthouse roof and draining system and the County office building system roof. Because the Court decided to continue with ARMKO Industries, they approved a request for qualifications for consulting services on the courthouse and County office.


The Court gave the County Purchasing Agent permission to solicit bids for the County vehicle regular maintenance services.


The Court approved a letter that will be sent to Texas Department of Transportation requesting approval to name a bridge on FM 409 over Bois D’Arc Creek after former Commissioner Johnny Avery. During Avery’s tenure as a commissioner, he had worked toward improving the bridge, and his daughter had previously approached the Court about renaming the bridge.


The Court approved the County Treasurer’s financial report for January 2014.


Lastly, the Court approved the payment of bills.