Bowie County Judge Sterling Lacy has again been honored by the Texas Judicial Academy for going the extra mile in preparation for his duties as County Judge.
Was Bowie County’s Legal Advisor correct when she told the Court they couldn’t remove someone for being disruptive? We asked an outside expert on county law.
Judge Lacy was “in violation,” and the Court can decide how to interpret the law – sometimes. It was an interesting day in Bowie County Commissioners Court.
Commissioner Sammy Stone seems to believe Bowie County Judge Sterling Lacy violated Texas Local Government Code Section 151.001. We’ll find out how on Monday.
For the second year in a row, county employees have balked at lighting the Bowie County Courthouse. This year, though, we’re assured the courthouse WILL be lit.
“If you want to be a people-helper, consider public service. The work of serving others is very rewarding.”
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Did Bowie County Judge Sterling Lacy waste money on unnecessary positions, and give his staff raises, all while the county is in a budget crunch?
Public information produced by and filed in the county suggests the cause of current financial problems is rooted in the practices of the Carlow Administration.
The Financial Advisory Committee has seemingly ignored some very important financial issues – but it also seems they’ve done exactly what they planned to do.