Officials reviewing fees county charges people using credit, debit cards
From the Weatherford Democrat, by Judy Sheridan, 11/13/13 –
After purchasing a new car, Precinct 4 Commissioner Dusty Renfro set to work reducing the amount Parker County residents pay the county when they use credit cards for county transactions.
He first broached the subject during budget discussions, when he told the court he went back for his checkbook when an auto registration clerk told him how much extra he would pay for using plastic.
“I turned right around and went home,” he said.
From the Weatherford Democrat, by Judy Sheridan, April 10,2012
WEATHERFORD — All salary increases for Parker County employees must comply with the county’s step and grade policy and can only be granted if previously approved in the budget process, according to a motion made by Judge Mark Riley, seconded by Commissioner George Conley and passed 4-0 by commissioners Monday.
The court also voted to have the judge appoint a committee to study the salary structure for the county and bring the committee back to the court for approval.
In a second motion, made by Riley and seconded by Commissioner Craig Peacock, the court appointed assistant county auditor Ron Stokes to chair and recommend members for a committee that will develop a policy for vehicle replacement.
Riley and commissioners Conley, Peacock and Dusty Renfro voted in favor of the measures. Commissioner John Roth was absent.
Commissioner Roth says slow go on county budget –
The Weatherford Democrat, Judy Sheridan, Tue Aug 30, 2011
WEATHERFORD — Judge Mark Riley’s fiscal year 2011-12 proposed county budget was filed in the clerk’s office July 29, three days ahead of the Aug. 1 deadline, according to County Spokesman Joel Kertok. It was posted online Aug. 2.
But interpreting that budget for county commissioners and discussing it in a public forum are long overdue, according to Precinct 3 Commissioner John Roth. Continue reading →
When: Thursday, April 8, 2010
Golf Tournament – 1:00 PM (Shotgun Start)
Victory Party – 5:00 PM
Where: Split Rail Golf Course
2151 Old Annetta Road, Aledo, Tx 76008
Details: The golf tournament will be a 4 man scramble with a clay
shoot on Hole #16. Each player will shoot 3 clay pigeons
with a shotgun. Each broken clay will reduce your team’s
score by one stroke. $50 per person or $200 per team.
Please make checks payable to: Dusty Renfro Campaign
(Personal checks only please).
Sign-up: Contact Joe Henshaw at 817-441-4653 or
firstname.lastname@example.org. Please register by April 6th.
If you have questions or would like to volunteer to help with the event,
please call Jorden Wood at 817-565-0368. We look forward to seeing you on Thursday, April 8th!
DUSTY RENFRO Campaign, PO Box 1874, Aledo, TX 76008
Pd. Pol. Adv. Paid for by Dusty Renfro Campaign, Bundy Renfro, Treasurer
I’m endorsing Dusty Renfro for Precinct 4 Commissioner.
Parker County Precinct 4 deserves a smart, energetic, sincere Commissioner. We will have that when Dusty Renfro is sworn in.
Dusty will restore integrity, respect, fairness and true conservative values to this position.
Dusty is a servant with excellent people and problem solving skills. When you meet Dusty you know he is a natural leader.
All of Parker County will benefit when Dusty Renfro is elected to Commissioners Court.
Dusty Renfro joins the race for County Commissioner, Precinct 4. “I know I have no right to complain about the problems if I’m not willing to step up and get involved. Recently, I’ve noticed many things that need fixing. I had to stand up and pay attention to what is going on,” Renfro said.
You can learn more about Dusty’s background and qualifications by clicking here.
Learn more about Dusty’s candidacy by reading the Weatherford Telegram’s December 16th article:
Former Longhorn player runs for commissioner by Brent Shirley.