New county organization fights TTC-69
The Navasota Examiner
The Grimes County Get Organized group is in the process of recruiting willing participants who would like to join the organization in fighting the I-69-TTC.
The group's mission is to keep landowners and citizens informed of any updates concerning the I-69-TTC, as many residents of Grimes County are reportedly unaware of the proposed corridor.
Grimes County Get Organized is currently under the guidance of Coordinator Joyce Floyd, along with Edna Keasling, Reuben Grassl, Mary Lois Boatman, Carrie Jobe, Joan Stutts Escamilla, Leanne Floyd, Marie Kampbell, and Vanessa Burzynski.
At the present time an email address, firstname.lastname@example.org, has been established for the group so that participants will be able to receive email updates on the I-69-TTC and any other information that the organization deems necessary to share with its affiliates concerning the Texas-Trans Corridor. Please include your name, mailing address and your telephone numbers.
If you would like to join the Grimes County Get Organized group, please respond to the email address requesting that you be included in future emails. Please include your mailing address and telephone contact numbers, and let us know how you would like to participate.
For those who do not have access to the Internet and would like to join the group, please send you name, mailing address and telephone numbers to: Grimes County Get Organized, P. O. Box 64, Roans Prairie, TX 77875.
Additionally, a Web site for Grimes County Get Organized has been constructed to broaden the impact of the organization. You may visit the Web site
at: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/grimescountygo/ and participate on their message board at: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/grimescountygo/.
Concerned citizens will be able to connect to the Web site for additional information and Web site links concerning the Trans Texas Corridor.
Here are a few Web sites that you may visit to keep yourself informed:
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