Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana, Texas

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July 5, 2013

Mayor urges public action on State Home closure recommendation


Corsicana — The Honorable David Dewhurst


Lieutenant Governor

State Capitol, Room 2E.13

Austin, Texas 78701

The Honorable Joe Straus


Speaker of the House of Representatives

State Capitol, Room 2W.13

Austin, Texas 78701

The Honorable Tommy Williams


Senate Finance Committee

State Capitol, Room GE.7

Austin, Texas 78701


The Honorable Jim Pitts


House Committee on Appropriations

State Capitol, Room 1W.2

Austin, Texas 78701


The Honorable Robert Duncan

State Senator, Appointed

State Capitol, Room 3E.10

Austin, Texas 78701


The Honorable Harvey Hilderbran


House Committee on Ways and Means

State Capitol, Room GW.12

Austin, Texas 78701


The Honorable Juan Hinojosa

State Senator, Appointed

State Capitol, Room 3E.12

Austin, Texas 78701


The Honorable Dan Branch

State Representative, Appointed

State Capitol, Room E2.322

Austin, Texas 78701


The Honorable Judith Zaffirini

State Senator, Appointed

State Capitol, Room 1E.14

Austin, Texas 78701


The Honorable Tan Parker

State Representative

P.O. Box 2910

Austin, Texas 78768-2910


The Honorable Sylvester Turner

State Representative, Appointed

State Capitol, Room 1N.8

Austin, Texas 78701


Also, there will be a bus going to Austin on July 15 to attend the public hearing regarding this facility.  If you would like to attend, contact Paul Hooper at the Chamber of Commerce at 903-874-4731.

Thank you for your help,

Chuck McClanahan


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