May 29 - During this pandemic each of us has perhaps experienced inconvenience or discomfort. Some of us are enduring all out suffering and significant loss; of life, income, and other critical resources. Growing up, and for many reasons I won’t share right now, I became well acquainted with loss and going without. I still remember the anxiety of wondering if there would be enough food or food at all. I remember the physical discomfort of being hungry for longer than the next meal or going hungry for the next day or series of days even.
Feb 5 - A few months ago I attended a legislative town hall hosted by a Tarrant County house delegation member and it would come as no surprise that a significant portion of the discussion was dominated by concerns about property taxes. Just as our court has heard from constituents who communicated with us during our own budget process and whose concerns were echoed at that town hall meeting, people are feeling “over-taxed”, “taxed out of their home” and as if each governmental entity with taxing authority is simply pointing fingers at another.
Jan 16 - Commissioners Court Unanimously Supports Consent to the Initial Resettlement of Refugees in Tarrant County
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