MORE REASONS WHY CENSUS IS IMPORTANT

As you know, last month we discussed the financial ramifications of the upcoming census. We learned that for even just a 1% undercount, Denton County would lose more than a million dollars a year in federal and state funds for roads, bridges and schools in our county. Obviously, an undercount should definitely be avoided. MORE … Continue reading MORE REASONS WHY CENSUS IS IMPORTANT

Making 2020 resolutions in Precinct 4

With the start of a new year and a new decade, now seems the perfect time for resolutions. To make a resolution achievable, the list needs to identify something specific and with a goal in mind. After giving it some thought, I’ve created a few resolutions for the New Year that I plan to follow … Continue reading Making 2020 resolutions in Precinct 4

Thankful for the opportunity to serve you

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, I’m very thankful to God for the privilege of living in this wonderful country, this awesome state and this amazing county. I also want to give thanks for the efforts of many in Denton County who go the extra mile to ensure we deliver the best services to you … Continue reading Thankful for the opportunity to serve you

Ribbon cutting commemorates reopening of Old Alton Road Bridge

Precinct 4 Commissioner Dianne Edmondson, joined by Precinct 1 Commissioner Hugh Coleman, Precinct 3 Commissioner Bobbie Mitchell and Denton County Judge Andy Eads, commemorate the opening of Old Alton Road Bridge with a ribbon cutting on Monday. October 28, 2019 – Denton County Commissioner Precinct 4 Dianne Edmondson commemorated the reopening of the Old Alton … Continue reading Ribbon cutting commemorates reopening of Old Alton Road Bridge