By Roxanne McKnight
Limestone County may get new legal representation to replace the law firm that has been providing it counsel for about 30 years. County commissioners will consider this issue at their meeting Monday, Jan. 26, and also arrange to buy new deputy patrol cars and courthouse security cameras, and begin the process of putting a yield sign on LCR 751.
The county is currently being represented by the law firm of Haley & Olson, which is based in Waco but has a Dallas office. Proposals on the agenda would cancel the county’s contract with Haley & Olson, and instead hire the law firm of Naman, Howell, Smith and Lee, also Waco based and with offices in Fort Worth, Austin and San Antonio.
In other business, the court may consider approving a contract to obtain new patrol vehicles for the Sheriff’s Office.