With a lot of items on the agenda, the McCulloch County Commissioners are expected to be busy Monday morning, Nov. 5 when they meet for a special meeting at 9 a.m. On the agenda for approval is a topic that has been in the air for over a year and now surfaces around the county’s reapplication for a courthouse preservation grant. Denied funds in the first round, the Commissioners will discuss actions and master plans before submitting a second proposal to the Texas Historical Commission. Also on the agenda, a blanket approval for regular reoccurring payments such as a lease and phone and utility payments will be addressed by the Commissioners. Up next, a request for state road materials under Senate Bill 370 provisions in the amount of $9,003.66 will go before the Commissioners for approval. In other business, the Commissioners will consider setting a meeting date for the regular November meeting that falls on Veteran’s Day. Discussion items on the agenda include: ‘ a proposal for county health officer; ‘ a proposal to partner with McCulloch County Resource Conservation and Development area for office space and administrative personnel; ‘ a proposal for grant administrator position; ‘ a plan for personnel to cover temporary vacancies due to vacation, maternity and sick leave; and ‘ a long range planning session.