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Agenda and ballot placement requested
Association Secretary Dwayne Montigny confirmed the item is on the McLennan Commissioners Court Agenda for Tuesday
Waco – In a pre-dated memo, Precinct 4 County Commissioner Ben Perry called on the Court to place a presentation on Civil service by the Sheriff's Law Enforcement Association of McLennan County on Tuesday.
The surprising announcement also requested that “County Civil Service System” be placed on the November, 2012, General Election ballot as a referendum.(click here for an update on the bitter ten-year feud over Civil Service in Waco)
None of the parties involved were available for comment at the time The Legendary received the material a few minutes before 11 p.m. on Friday, June 29.
Sheriff's Law Enforcement Association of McLennan County (SLEMC) is one of two employee benefit associations representing employees of the Sheriff's Office. The other is Combined Law Enforcement Association of Texas (CLEAT). (click here for an update on the recent election choices for Sheriff)
Watch these columns for future developments. - The Legendary