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County Judge Pat Deen, continuing his tour of town hall meetings around the county, is inviting Weatherford and Parker County residents to his next meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 21 in the Weatherford College EW Mince Administrative Building in Weatherford.
Deen said he plans to discuss the top priorities for Parker County including public safety, transportation, economic development, water, addressing the current and future growth and more.
“I will share some brief information but the goal is to give our constituents a chance to ask questions and discuss issues and concerns they have,” Deen said. “So I will open it up to questions early on in the meeting.”
Deen said this is a critical time for Parker County and he wants to create an open and honest dialogue.
“We are a blossoming county with great things ahead,” Deen said. “The key will be to have the vision to bring high wage jobs to Parker County in order to lower the burden of property taxes on our residents.”
Parker County Commissioners Court is beginning work on a strategic plan to accomplish the goals Deen has set out.
“As part of that I have already had a couple of these town hall type meetings to gain more insight from our residents as to what they want the community and strategic vision of Parker County to look like,” he said. “This is your community and we all have a right to have our voice heard and opportunity to help set the tone of our future.”
Weatherford College is located at 225 College Park Drive in Weatherford. Guests should park in the Main East student parking lot. The Mince Administrative Building is located just to the north of the parking lot.