Commissioner Meyers is thrilled to announce plans for the first All Abilities Park in Fort Bend County to be built in the city of Fulshear! Thanks to a generous donation of land from Cross Creek Ranch and Johnson Development, Fort Bend County Precinct 3 will soon be home to a safe, fun place for children to play and develop new skills - for kids of all abilities.
This Nov. 5 voters in Fort Bend County Precinct 3 are being asked to vote on candidates, bond referendums, and constitutional amendments that will have a direct impact on day to day life in our area. Commissioner Meyers and his staff have pulled together a voter's guide to help precinct 3 voters feel prepared when they head to the polls.
The Fulshear Katy Area Chamber of Commerce hosted Commissioner Meyers for a "State of the Precinct" address. Commissioner Meyers provided updates on Precinct 3, as well as details on his charity fundraiser, Fort Bend Ranchers’ Ball, coming up next Saturday.
Following today's Fort Bend County Commissioners Court meeting and supplemental agenda item regarding Sheriff Troy Nehls, Precinct 3 County Commissioner Andy Meyers issued the following statement:
"I can't go into detail about what was discussed in the closed session meeting of the court, but I'm able to report that I've upheld my earlier promise. There was no way that I was going to allow any action to take place that would have removed a Republican elected official from office. A "no action" report is the right outcome today, and I'm very glad that this issue is now behind us."
Commissioner Andy Meyers is the longest-serving Republican elected official in Fort Bend County, and represents the largest and fastest-growing population in Fort Bend as the Precinct 3 County Commissioner.
Commissioner Meyers non-profit, Fort Bend Charities was able to donate to several area youngsters through the Junior Livestock Live Auction - including the Grand Champion AOB (all other breeds) steer! Congratulations to Brance Farrell and all of the other LCISD, FBISD, and KISD participants for doing such an outstanding job with their animals.
Constitutional amendments give voters the opportunity to directly impact the state constitution and essentially shape the future of our great state. Commissioner Meyers has compiled the 10 Constitutional Amendment propositions you will find on the upcoming Nov. 5 ballot with pros and cons for each pulled from summaries of written and oral testimony before the various legislative committee hearings on each amendment.
Commissioners Court recently appointed Trisha Frederick to the Gulf Coast Water Authority Board. The GCWA provides/sells water to industry, agriculture, and municipalities in Brazoria, Fort Bend, and Galveston counties and also maintains approximately 400 miles of canals and laterals delivering water from the Brazos River throughout Southeast Texas.