Reed Boyd, President
Oscar Juarez, Vice President
Dennis Wright, Treasurer
Tom Dodds, Secretary
Judy Canion, Assistant Treasurer
TRAVIS COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICES
DISTRICT NO. 5
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
THE COMMISSIONERS OF TRAVIS COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICE DISTRICT NO. 5 WILL
MEET ON October 3, 2019 COMMENCING AT 6:30 P.M., IN THE CONFERENCE ROOM, OF
MANCHACA FIRE RESCUE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING.
STATION 501 AT 665 W. FM 1626, AUSTIN, TEXAS. THE AGENDA FOR THIS MEETING IS AS
1) Call to order and establish a quorum.
2) Approval of minutes from the September 2019 board meeting.
3) Discussion and possible action on the adoption of Travis County Emergency Services District No. 5 2019
proposed ad valorem tax rate of $0.10 per $100.00 of taxable value, consisting of a debt rate of $.000 per $100.00 of
taxable value and maintenance and operation rate of $0.10 per $100.00 of taxable value.
4) Public Comment.
5) ESD Treasurers Report and authorization of payment for invoices, expenses and transactions.
6) Monthly activity report from Manchaca Fire Rescue.
7) Discussion and possible action regarding station ownership (station 503) – MUDD
8) Discussion and possible action regarding original station 501
9) Discussion and possible action regarding Sunset Valley Matter
10.) Discussion and possible action regarding Access Easement for the property West of SFFMA.
11.) Discussion and possible action regarding adding trees to property.
12.) Discussion and possible action regarding Certification pay.
13.) Discussion and possible action regarding Commissioner reappointment/CE credits.
14.) Discussion and possible action regarding annual holiday banquet and other upcoming community events.
15.) Discussion and possible action regarding strategic planning.
16.) Discussion and possible action regarding Auxiliary group updates/requests or approvals needed by Board.
17.) Set agenda items and date for November Meeting.
THE BOARD MAY MEET IN EXECUTIVE SESSION TO DELIBERATE ANY MATTER
AUTHORIZED BY TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE SEC. 551.001 et seq [THE TEXAS OPEN
MEETING ACT] INCLUDING:
SEC. 551.071; Consultation with attorney regarding pending or contemplated litigation, settlement offers,
and matters on which the attorney has a duty to advise the Board under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of
Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas.
SEC. 551.072; Deliberations regarding real property
SEC. 551.074; Personnel matters; to deliberate the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment,
duties, discipline, or dismissal of a public officer or employee; or to hear a complaint or charge against an
officer or employee – Chief Appraiser, ARB – Executive session in regards to Human Resources
SEC. 551.076; Deliberations regarding security devices
I, Reed Boyd, President of the Travis County Emergency Services District No. 5, do hereby certify that
on the 1st day of October 2019 this Notice of Meeting was posted at the administrative offices of the
District, 665 West FM 1626, Manchaca, TX 78652, in a place readily accessible to the general public at all
times for 72 continuous hours prior to the meeting, and filed with the Travis County Clerk for posting by the
Clerk at the Travis County Courthouse.
By: Commissioner Reed Boyd
- The District reserves the right to consider and take action on the above agenda items in any order. It also reserves the right to enter
a closed meeting on any agenda item as allowed by law. A Citizens Comment Form must be filed with the Secretary at least 10 minutes
prior to the beginning of the meeting for an individual to be allowed to speak during Citizen Comment. By completing the Citizen
Form, the individual understands and acknowledges that the public is not entitled to choose the items to be discussed or to speak about
items on the agenda, but that this opportunity is provided as a privilege. The individual executing the Citizen Comment Form
that he/she is provided a limited amount of time, and that he/he may not be allowed to continue to address the Board of Emergency
Commissioners if the comments are rude, disparaging or defamatory to any individual or entity, or the comments become disruptive to
the good order of the meeting. If at a meeting of a governmental body, a member of the public or of the governmental body inquires
a subject for which notice has not been given as required by the Texas Open Meetings Act, the notice provisions of the Texas Open
Act do not apply to a statement of specific factual information given in response to the inquiry; a recitation of existing policy in response
to the inquiry; or, any deliberation of or