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  • Williamson County and Cities Health District Board of Health Meeting
    3/1/2018 6:30 PM

    Williamson County and Cities Health District Board of Health Meeting

    Williamson County and Cities Health District Board of Health Meeting Thursday, March 1, 2018, 6:30 p.m.
    Round Rock Public Health Center
    Wellness Center, Building A
    211 Commerce Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78664
    Board of Health Directors

    Ed Strout (Cedar Park, 12/18)
    Mary Faith Sterk (Georgetown, 12/19)
    Ehab Kawar (Hutto, 12/19)
    Dr. Luis Egelsee (Leander/Liberty Hill, 12/18) Selicia Sanchez-Adame (Round Rock, 12/18)
    Carol Bachmayer (Taylor, 12/20)
    Marlene McMichael, Chair (County, 12/19) Joanne Land (County, 12/20)
    John H. Teel, MS, RS, Executive Director


    1. Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance
    2. Roll Call
    3. Acknowledge staff and visitors; hear any comments. This will be the only opportunity for public comment. The Health District invites comments on any matter affecting the district, whether on the agenda or not. Speakers should limit their comments to three minutes. Note that members of the Board may not comment at the meeting about matters that are not on the agenda.

    Consent Agenda

    The consent agenda includes items considered to be routine that the Board of Health may act on with one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless requested by a Board director in which event the item will be removed from the consent agenda and considered in its normal sequence on the regular agenda. (Items 4-5)

    1. Approval of minutes, Regular Meeting, January 4, 2018
    2. Approval of current investment reports (December 2017 and January 2018)

    Regular Agenda

    1. Executive Director's Update
    2. 2017 (Provisional) Budget-To-Actual Report
    3. Progress report on Quality Management Committee
    4. Discussion on 2017 Major and Significant Accomplishments
    5. Progress report on 2017-2019 Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP)
    6. Discussion and possible action on Smoke Free Round Rock
    7. Discussion and possible action on Interlocal Agreement with Williamson County for Information Technology Services
    8. Discussion and possible action on employee retention incentive program
    9. Discussion and possible action on implementation of new swimming pool permitting and inspection program
    10. Discussion and possible action on continued participation in Texas' 1115 Medicaid Waiver- choice of services for next four years
    11. 16) Discussion and possible action on performing an annual evaluation of the Executive Director at an upcoming Board of Health meeting
    12. Set next meeting date, place, agenda (Thursday, May 3, 6:30 p.m., Scott D. Evans Conference Room, 355 Texas Ave, Round Rock)
    13. Adjourn

    This Regular Session may be recessed at any time to convene an Executive Session for any purpose authorized by the Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code Chapter 551, or by Texas Government Code Section 418.183. Any subject discussed in executive session may be subject to action during the open meeting.


    I certify that the above notice of a regular Board of Health meeting was posted on the east entranc

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County Events

Woof, Walk & Wrun and Cat Nap Challenge April 23

  • 13 April 2017
  • Author: Connie Watson
  • Number of views: 2480

Event date: 4/23/2017 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM Export event

Woof, Walk & Wrun and Cat Nap Challenge April 23
The Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter invites you to participate in our 8th Annual Woof Walk & Wrun 5K presented by WCRAS. Join us for a timed USATF Certified (TX12050ETM) 5K run or an easy one mile stroll with or without your dog in beautiful Berry Springs Park and Preserve. This event, on April 23rd starting at 8:30 a.m. in Georgetown, TX, raises funds for the urgent outside veterinary care needed by the sick and injured dogs and cats brought to our shelter.

Not a fan of walking, running, or getting up early? Register for the Cat Nap Challenge and Save Lives by Sleeping In.  Pledge to sleep in on April 23rd, wear your Cat Nap sleep mask and brag about your generous slumbers on Facebook or Twitter using the hashtag #WilcoCatNap. To register for the Woof Walk & Wrun or the Cat Nap Challenge, visit the shelter’s webpage at http://wilcopets.org. 

For the past six years, the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter (WCRAS) has been functioning as a no-kill shelter, striving to save every healthy and treatable companion animal who enters our facility. Last year, WCRAS served close to seven thousand lost and abandoned animals and spent over $50,000 treating and healing the injured. Although we are a government facility, we are not funded to provide this care and treatment. We rely solely on the donations, provided by supporters like you, to our medical fund.

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