Blinn College District Board of Trustees

The Blinn College District Board of Trustees consists of nine members, seven of whom are elected by the citizens of Washington County, and two who are appointed by the Brazos County Commissioner's Court, in accordance with House Bill 2621 in the 84th Session of the Texas Legislature. The seven elected trustees consist of one trustee from each Washington County Commissioner’s Precinct and three by place (at-large). The elected positions are six-year terms. A candidate for trustee representing a county precinct district must be a resident of the precinct he or she seeks to represent. Candidates for at-large trustee positions must be residents of Washington County. All eligible voters of Washington County vote on all trustees.

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Regular meetings of the Board are normally held on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in the Blinn College Board Room (Third Floor - Administration Building, 802 Green Street, Brenham, Texas), unless otherwise posted. Notices of all meetings are posted 72 hours prior to the scheduled time of the meeting at the Brenham Campus Administration Building, the Office of the Secretary of State, and on the Blinn College website.

Tuesday, August 20, 2019 5:30 p.m. Regular Meeting Brenham Campus Board Room

Public Comment is an opportunity extended to all citizens to address the Blinn College Board of Trustees. The board has allocated 30 minutes to the receipt of public comment and has allocated a total of 5 minutes for each presentation. The board reserves the right to limit the amount of time, to limit the number of speakers for any group or issue, and to halt any speaker who disparages any person or fails to conduct himself/herself in an appropriate manner. The Blinn College Board of Trustees reserves the right to not allow any person to speak who has not correctly completed all required information prior to the meeting. The board is not authorized to make any decisions or to deliberate on subjects not on the posted agenda. The board may only respond with factual information or with a recitation of existing policy, if deemed appropriate.

All Board meetings are wheelchair accessible. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request; interpreters for the deaf must be requested twenty-four (24) hours before the meeting by calling 979-830-4115 for assistance.

For more information about the Blinn College Board of Trustees, refer to Board Policy Section B – Governance.