“I am honored to be joined by my fellow commissioners court members in announcing for re-election. This is the most fitting manner in which to announce because our success at the county is due to great team work,” said Judge Magers.
Grayson County Judge Bill Magers announced his re-election bid on Tuesday. During the announcement, Magers thanked his family and his colleagues for their support. “I enjoy what I do,” he said. “It is my greatest honor to serve the citizens of Grayson County, and I appreciate the opportunity to serve again.”
Standing on the steps of the county courthouse Tuesday, Grayson County Judge Bill Magers announced he is seeking a second term in that position.He was flanked on those steps by the Grayson County Commissioners and said they are significant in his decision to seek a second term.”Our success is due to teamwork,” Magers said, noting they work hard everyday and put personal politics aside in order to serve the taxpayers.
At a recent meeting of the Grayson County commissioner’s court, GC Elections Administrator Deana Patterson, shared the voting places, times, and dates for both early voting and Election Day voting for the Nov. 7 election.Patterson said the city of Sherman is the only local city that has moved its municipal election to November in order to join with the county’s election.
Disputed estimates of future power usage are at the heart of an ongoing court case between Panda Power Generation Funds and the Electric Reliability Council of Texas.
After weeks of talking it over and a public hearing which saw no member of the public come forward to speak Tuesday morning, the Grayson County Commissioners approved the 2018 budget.
Work to restore the exterior of the Grayson County Courthouse is expected to get underway in the next two weeks and should be completed by the end of the year.The Grayson County Commissioners Court awarded a $148,711 contract for the restoration and cleaning of the courthouse’s exterior to Frontier Waterproofing from Denton during Tuesday’s meeting.
Grayson County Commissioners spent part of the past week ironing out details on the county’s upcoming budget.
SHERMAN, Texas — Former Grayson County Fire Marshal Kevin Walton and Assistant Fire Marshal Kerry Price will not be getting their jobs back. Sheriff Tom Watt refused to overturn their terminations after they appealed Monday afternoon. Both men were accused of forging a government document involving “personal protection equipment.”
July 26–Grayson County Judge Bill Magers said if everything goes as planned, North Texas Regional Airport — Perrin Field could be in the Federal Aviation Administration’s control tower program sometime in 2018. Magers reminded the Grayson County Commissioners Court Tuesday that the control tower at NTRA is the only one in the entire country that is entirely funded by its owner.