Stonewall court narrows road supervisor applicants and adds to AISD fund

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The Stonewall County Commissioners went into executive session Monday to review applications for the county road superintendent. Although the court narrowed the list, they took no action other than to appoint an interim until hiring a presentment replacement. The court also accepted funds that will be added to Aspermont ISD’s Permanent School Fund, which is nearing six figures.

The county has been struggling to fill the vacancy after former road foreman Don Nail’s resignation some months ago. Commissioners have been accepting applications for weeks, although there have been few candidates who met requirements and were willing to perform the duties.

The commissioners convened behind closed doors during Monday’s meeting to review the most recent applications. After resuming the regular session, the court narrowed the applicant pool and agreed to conduct interviews during the February 10 meeting. In the meantime, the court also agreed to officially appoint Commissioner David Hoy as acting supervisor until an individual can get through the hiring process.

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