"There is too much at stake to stand idly by while TxDOT and others make decisions."
January 2, 2008
By: Trey Duhon
Citizens for a Better Waller County
Citizens for a Better Waller County will hold informational meetings for Waller County citizens on January 10, 2008 and January 16, 2008.
The purpose of these meetings will be to provide information to citizens about the federal Environmental study process, the current draft Environmental Impact Statement and the current proposed path of the TTC-69, and how to prepare for the upcoming TxDOT Town Hall and Public Hearings.
The meetings will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the following locations:
Southern Waller County:
Thursday, Jan. 10, 2008 Pattison Volunteer Fire Department, 2950 F.M. 359N, Pattison, Texas. Map available HERE.
Northern Waller County:
Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2008 Carl's BBQ (backroom), 31315 F.M. 2920, Waller, Texas (Harlan's strip center). Map available HERE.
Based on the draft Environmental Impact Statement which was released in November of 2007, TxDOT is still intent on routing the TTC-69 through the center of Waller County.
The upcoming Town Hall meeting, and especially the Public Hearings, are going to be the primary method for Waller County citizens to voice their concerns and to provide input. It is essential that our citizens be prepared. There is too much at stake to stand idly by while TxDOT and others make decisions that will severely impact the quality of life in Waller County for generations to come.
PLEASE PASS THIS INFORMATION ON TO ALL OF YOUR FRIENDS, FAMILY, AND NEIGHBORS. THE TIME FOR ACTION IS NOW.
Please join us on January 10th and/or the 16th.
Anyone interested in joining us in the fight against the TTC-69, please email us at email@example.com or click HERE. Volunteers are badly needed to help keep Waller County citizens informed and prepared in the upcoming months.
Also, TxDOT has released a detailed map of the proposed route of the TTC-69 through Waller County that shows county roads. To view the map, click HERE. Please be patient, as the page is over 5 MB and may take several minutes to download.
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