Friday, January 20, 2012
Maverick County Precinct 3 - Student Attorneys from the Center for Legal and Social Justice will be offering advice on your legal issues. This legal clinic will take place at the Seco Mines Community Center on February 4, 2012, from 11am - 2pm. Bring any supporting documents dealing with your case. This advice is absolutely free. Some of the legal areas we will be offering advice in are Social Security, IRS/Tax Issues, Identity Theft, Debt Collection, and Consumer Issues.
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Commissioner Rosales And Staff Evaluate Caliche Roads and Their Conditions In Normandy And Quemado Areas
Maverick County Precinct 3 – Due to the continuous rain Maverick County has received in the past few weeks, Precinct 3 staff under the administration of Commissioner Jose Luis Rosales performed an evaluation of all the Caliche roads and their conditions in the Normandy and Quemado areas. In speaking with Mr. Rosales he stated these roads needed to be addressed as soon as possible due to the rapid decline in their conditions. The more maintenance we give these roads the less money the county has to spend on repairs. It is an ongoing process, says Rosales but like always we are here to serve our residents and have incurred the task of repairing all of these roads. We will continue to pursue fast and effective solutions that will enhance the quality of life for all of our Precinct 3 residents.
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
The Ballet Folklorico Dance Team From Graves Elementary Held Their Practice At The Seco Mines Community Center
Maverick County Precinct 3 – The Ballet Folklorico Dance Team from Graves Elementary held their practice yesterday at the Seco Mines Community Center. Commissioners Rosales as always continues to support all local agencies and schools in these types of youth activities. The community center was created for the public and will continue to serve the public. Im very pleased to see a growing participation from our youth stated Rosales. Those of you interested in finding more about the Seco Mines Community Center programs and activities can do so by calling the office at 773-5588 for more information.
Seco Mines Community Center Distributed Bananas, White Bread, And Sweet Bread To Precinct 3 Residents
Maverick County Precinct 3 – The Seco Mines Community Center notified us today that they distributed Bananas, White Bread, and Sweet Bread to the residents of Precinct 3. This distribution is made possible by the ongoing efforts of Commissioner Jose Luis Rosales and the donations of the South Texas Food Bank from Laredo, Texas. Food Distributions are made occasionally at the Seco Mines Community Center, Quemado Area, and Deer Run Office. Please check with the precinct 3 office staff for the next distribution date. For more information call 773-5588 or 773-1716.
Friday, January 13, 2012
Thursday, January 12, 2012
Thursday, January 5, 2012
Maverick County Precinct 3 - To all Precinct 3 residents outside the city limits, Brush/Bulky item collection will begin soon in your neighborhood. A notice will be delivered to your residence. Upon receiving this notice, you may begin placing items at the curb for collection. All items must be placed at the curb no later than 7:00 a.m. Tuesday, January 17, 2012 the day of the collection. Remember that crews will pass by your house only once. If you reside within the city limits of precinct 3 and you have brush to be picked up, you can call the office at 773-1716 to schedule the pickup. Commissioner Rosales would like to thank all the residents for their cooperation and support in making our community the cleanest place to live.
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Maverick County Precinct 3 - The Seco Mines Community Center distributed their monthly supplemental food bags to Maverick County residents as part of the Adopt-A-Family program. The Adopt-A-Family is a program that is offered by the South Texas Food Bank and allows the community to become part of an effort to help alleviate the hunger problem that exists here in our community. This program is offered in eight counties with Maverick County being one of them. Any one wishing to sponsor or adopt a local family can do so by paying a small fee of $120 per year or $10 per month. The adopted family will receive a 30 lb. bag of supplemental food that will help them through part of the month. As a sponsor you can either choose a family or a family is chosen from a waiting list. If you are interested in sponsoring a family or would like more information, please contact the Seco Mines Community Center at 830-773-5588 and speak with Linda Pesina to fill out an application.
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Maverick County Precinct 3 - Piedras Negras radio station “La Rancherita Del Aire" 580 AM interviewed Commissioner Jose Luis Rosales. Phone lines were open to the public to express their opinions on questions pertaining to Maverick County Precinct 3. Some topics discussed by the commissioner were Solid Waste Collections, Proximity and Boundaries of the precinct, Current projects taking place, and future organizational strategies that Commissioner Rosales has planned for his re-election term. Interview lasted approximately 38 minutes long and is in Spanish Audio format.