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Applications for Kerr County Commissioner Precinct 2 due August 2nd

todayJuly 26, 2021

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Kerr County residents living in Precinct 2 and are interested in being considered for the appointment of a new county commissioner have until Monday, August 2, to submit their application. The deadline at the end of the business day Monday was set by Kerr County Judge Rob Kelly, who is solely authorized to appoint someone to serve out the remaining 1.5 years in Commissioner (Pct. 2) Tom Moser’s term.

Moser is having to retire from his seat since he is moving residences to a location still within the county, but outside Precinct 2. By law, a county commissioner must live in the precinct he represents.

Although authorized to make the choice alone, the county judge is relying heavily on input from his fellow commissioners. On August 9, the 5-person governing body will discuss the applicants and offer each other feedback during a personnel discussion in executive session.

The appointment of the new commissioner is expected in the August 23 commissioners’ court meeting in the first floor courtroom of the Kerr County Courthouse, 700 Main Street in Kerrville. “If you have any interest, this is the time to express it so we can make the best possible decisions we can for Kerr County,” Kelly said.

Commissioner Moser added that he feels it is important for people who are interested in serving to recognize the duties of what a county commissioner are.” Moser mentioned that there is much more to the job than just handling the county budget.

Kelly expanded on what the county is looking for in a county commissioner by saying, “What I’m looking for in an appointee is somebody who has the local contacts, local experience, local focus and who is ready to be part of local government.”

Anyone interested in serving as the appointed commissioner for Precinct 2 should visit the county websit at and download the standard job application form titled, “County Application.”

Completed forms should be submitted, along with any other supporting documents, such as statement of interest, qualifications, reason they wish to serve in a public office or any other pertinent information, to Kerr County Judge Rob Kelly’s office, located in Suite 101 on the first floor of the Kerr County Courthouse, 700 Main Street in Kerrville.

For more details on what a county commissioners’ responsibilities and qualifications are, visit:


Written by: Michelle Layton

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