Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Friday, March 23, 2012
Maverick County Precinct 3 – The precinct 3 administration office informed us today that the construction of the ADA compliant handicap ramps continues at Valeria Park located in Siesta Acres Subdivision. Construction workers have begun the construction of these ramps in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This act was enacted to improve the quality of life for the nation's disabled individuals. By following this important guidelines we can assure the public that all buildings and parks located in Precinct 3 will be accessible and compliant to those who must travel with the aid of mobility devices like wheelchairs. ADA Ramps are a crucial aspect of our precinct infrastructure and will be present at Valeria Park and all of our other parks and buildings in the near future commented commissioner Rosales. The Valeria Park will be ready for the public in a few weeks. For any questions on this project residents may call the office at 773-1716.
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Maverick County Precinct 3 – The Seco Mines Community Center will be hosting a Loteria on Friday March 23, 2012 from 10:00am - 12:00pm. There will be a total of 50 prizes which will consist of bags with canned food, hand soaps, body soaps, laundry detergents, and more. These events are being made possible by the ongoing efforts of the Commissioner Jose Luis Rosales working together closely with the following agencies who contribute to the community day in day out. These agencies include Texas Department Of Health Services, Quad Counties Council Colonia Promotor(a) Program, Hope-K Tri National Health Council, United States-Mexico Border Health Commission, and The Office Of Border Health. For more information on future Loteria events you may contact the Seco Mines Community Center at 773-5588.
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Friday, March 9, 2012
Monday, March 5, 2012
The 100th Paint The Town And Baseball Softball Tournament Turned Out To Be A Great Success This Past Saturday And Sunday
Maverick County Precinct 3 – The 100th Paint The Town Event in honor of Hector Munoz Jr. took place this past Saturday with great sucesss. Kids started early painting and cleaning up our community in an effort to stop graffiti in our neighborhoods. Following this event a baseball and softball tournament took place at the same time with local youth participants from Eagle Pass. Boys and girls competed all day saturday and sunday to honor the memory of Hector Munoz Jr. which is now official Hector Munoz Jr. Recreational Park. Commissioner Rosales and Diana Sanchez paint the town coordinator presented the proclamation to the Munoz family accompanied by the public, local youth teams, ROTC, as well as other supporters. Commissioner Rosales was very pleased with the outcome and at the same time surprised with the great turnout from the public. This event marks only the beginning of more youth activities to come for the community. Commissioner Rosales would like to thank all the sponsors, coordinators, and everyone who lend a helping hand organizing this event. Working together says Rosales is the key to success in this town. If everyone works together alot can be accomplished.