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Ron Simmons
State Representative, Texas House District 65

22 Apr Posted by in News | Comments Off

Mayor’s Day of Concern for the Hungry

Mayor’s Day of Concern for the Hungry

Food Collection Drive April 18 – 25 Denton Mayor Mark Burroughs is seeking to increase awareness in our community about the large number of Denton County residents who struggle with hunger and poor nutrition through a one-week food collection drive. I am happy to announce that our district office will be participating in this event. […]

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17 Apr Posted by in News | Comments Off

Capitol Comments

Capitol Comments

IN THE DISTRICT Lewisville City Manager Claude King to Retire Claude King is retiring as city manager of Lewisville at the end of this month, concluding a distinguished career in municipal government that has spanned 25 years. Mr. King became city manager in 1998, and served in this role longer than any of his predecessors. […]

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07 Apr Posted by in News | Comments Off

REP. SIMMONS APPOINTED TO SELECT TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

REP. SIMMONS APPOINTED TO SELECT TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

For Immediate Release – April 7, 2014 Contact: Ben Lancaster – (972) 890-1454 AUSTIN – Texas House Speaker Joe Straus named Representative Ron Simmons (Carrollton) and eight other legislators to the House Select Committee on Transportation Funding, Expenditures and Finance on Friday. “Transportation is a top priority for the Texas House,” said Speaker Straus.  “This […]

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01 Apr Posted by in News | Comments Off

Governor Perry Proclaims April 2014 to be Autism Awareness Month

Governor Perry Proclaims April 2014 to be Autism Awareness Month

For Immediate Release – April 1, 2014 Contact: Ben Lancaster – (972) 890-1454 AUSTIN – Governor Rick Perry has issued a proclamation calling for April 2014 to be recognized as Autism Awareness Month in Texas.  Advocacy groups and concerned citizens across the state will be hosting events to help raise awareness throughout April. “Although the […]

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