The Hunt County Commissioners Court on Monday morning will hear concerns from the president of the Hunt County Fire Fighters Association.

Bryan Williams, who is president of the HCFFA, said he prefered not to talk about what he is going to say to the Court prior to Monday’s meeting because he does not want any misconceptions about a touchy topic before the meeting.

Williams did say, however, what he will talk about has to do with the “fire marshal situation” and other concerns.

“I just want to make sure we do it the right way,” he said. “I don’t want to mislead anybody in any way.”

The previous Hunt County Fire Marshal, Mike Pierce, resigned during the last Commissioners Court meeting Nov. 14 because he said he was not being adequately compensated by the county for his extra time and responisibilites.

The county’s fire marshal position is currently vacant.

The Court will also canvass and possibly the recent election results during the meeting.

In other business, the Court will consider and possibly take action on the:

— Texas Community Block Grant Program, contract No. 724381, amendment 2.

— End of year report presented by Cullen Smith, constable precinct 4.

— Position of part-time deputy to the full-time deputy by Cullen Smith.

— Possible closing of County Road 2333.

— Upgrade to the Hunt County Jail Security Systems to be paid from justict court security funds.

— Tax abatement for property at 1706 Fred Street.

— Request to construct electrical power distribution facilities along and across County Road 2712.

— Hunt County Annual Investment policy.

— Hear, discuss and take recognition of certificate of outstandign county service office awarded to Les Cook by the Veterans County Service Officers Association.