Can commissioners court meet without the county judge being present?
Yes. A meeting is a gathering called and conducted by a commissioners court at which a quorum of the court is present and receives information from, gives information to, asks questions of, or receives questions from any third person, including a county employee, about the public business or policy over which the court has supervision or control. Tex. Gov’t Code § 551.001(4)(B) A quorum of the court is three members. Tex. Loc. Gov’t Code §81.006(a).