That is among several items on the agenda for the 9 a.m. meeting on the third floor of the Upshur County Courthouse.
The county owns land in Baylor and Throckmorton Counties, and revenue from it is apportioned among the nine school districts lying partly or wholly within Upshur County.
In other major business Friday, the court is scheduled to again discuss and possibly act on revising the county's policy on holiday pay for personnel.
Commissioners are also scheduled to consider placing Heritage Bend, a part of Serenity Estates, on the 2-year waiting period to be accepted into the county road system for maintenance.
The court also is scheduled to consider purchasing a projector and computer for Pct. 1 Justice of the Peace Laura Lee Norred's office.
In addition, commissioners will consider numerous routine items, ranging from approving the payroll and paying bills to approving any applications to use county roads and rights-of-way.