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Westmoreland remains Judge Pro Tem for county

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Commissioners B.J. Westmoreland was chosen to once again be the Judge Pro Tem of Caldwell County for 2024 at Commissioners Court Tuesday morning.

In other business:

Buddy Vickery was appointed to the board of directors of Caldwell County Emergency Services District No. 2 (Maxwell).

Hector Rangel, Chief of Emergency Management asked to keep the burn ban off for two more weeks, but he warned anyone that would be burning to be aware if strong wind conditions.

Commissioners chose to keep their bi-monthly meetings – second and fourth Tuesdays at 9 a.m. in the Caldwell County Courthouse on the second floor in room 200.

Commissioners approved a development agreement between Caldwell County and Schulle Farm Partners LP for the development of Schulle Farms, which is about a 226.85-acre subdivision located off Fifth Street in Maxwell.

Also approved was the final plat for three lots in Duko Subdivision, located on FM 20.

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