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Midland County Commissioners Discuss Video Conferencing, Naylor Highway Signs

MIDLAND COUNTY, TX (KWES) -

Midland County Commissioners discussed numerous items at their meeting on Monday morning.

Nearly an acre of land was donated to the county located at the communication tower and will give the county access to the tower.

Videoconferencing at the jail was also discussed for attorneys to talk to inmates.

They will look at different options and prices and discuss later with the court.

Lastly, there were some price adjustments for the new signs to designate part of Highway 191 as the Sergeant Michael Naylor Memorial Highway.

The court approved the new costs and will now talk to the Texas Department of Transportation to see when the signs will be placed along the road.

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