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Monday, December 22, 2014
Terrell Police will be actively seeking those driving while intoxicated during the holidays according to Captain A. D. Sansom. The department received a Texas Department of Transportation reimbursement grant allowing the stepped up patrols specifically tasked with DWI enforcement. Kenneth Moore, grant coordinator for the department, said they desire for all to have a safe and enjoyable holiday without fear of a DWI involved motor vehicle crash. The Texas Department of Public Safety will also have increased DWI patrols in high-risk locations throughout the Christmas and New Year's holidays.

A contract for various road materials, the closing of a portion of Lake Ray Hubbard Drive in Precinct 2, and a new Project 25 Phase 2 trunked radio system for the county will be considered today in the regular meeting of the Kaufman county commissioner's court. The resolution and order to abandon and close a portion of Lake Ray Hubbard Drive was on the agenda for the last commissioner's meeting, however it was tabled due to the need to clarify the description in the resolution and order, and to clarify the description of the item on the agenda. Also today commissioners will consider on second reading the approval of bond for John Sullivan as Deputy Constable in Precinct 4, and appointments to the various Kaufman county Emergency Services Districts. Earlier this month, in a special meeting called for December 12th, commissioners approved a contract totalling no more than $351,000, to ONCOR for the relocation of electrical transmission lines for the South State Hwy 34 relocation project around the eastern side of the city of Kaufman.