"It's a really worthwhile project for us," he said. "It's really going to help us use our tax dollars more wisely."
•In other business, commissioners approved the sale of a Bushmaster rifle to retired Precinct 3 Constable Noah Bragg for $699.95. Bragg retired from service at the end of January after 29 years and was replaced by former Palo Pinto County Sheriff's Deputy Michael Santifer. Bragg joined former Precinct 4 Constable James Roberts – who retired in November – as the second county constable to retire in the past three months.
Commissioners also sold Roberts a rifle in a past meeting to commemorate his 24 years of service.