The Dallas Morning News attacking our Rockwall County elected officeholders while ignoring the mess in hits own backyard is simply hypocrisy.
Here's why Rockwall County is blessed with a great Commissioners Court.
County budgets are complex because each elected office holder has his or her own budget and he or she is elected, not hired by the Commissioners Court.
What will be your response to disaster? Will you wait for someone to rescue you? What if you choose to be prepared for any emergency? Here's something you should know.
FEMA exists to reduce the loss of life and property and protect the nation from all hazards including natural disasters, acts of terrorism (including nuclear war) and other man-made disasters.
Up until now, voting was a matter of choosing paper or electronic - This new system satisfies both voter preferences.
Some folk moved to Rockwall for 'country living'. Well, so have tens of thousands of other people. What now? It's all good!
It's Jan. 1, 2016. Open-Carry is the law in Texas. I know it. You know it. Do our elected county office holders know it?
Open Carry: General Paxton issued his opinion and Mr. Paxton's interpretation of the law agrees with my own and with the opinions of the lawmakers who authored and sponsored the bills that became the law of the land. Next?
Rockwall County taxpayers ask, "Why does the County and the Cities have to fund State and Federal roads?" Answer: We don't have to fund them, but if we don't we'll be just another 'parking lot' along the I-30 corridor. Rockwall County is the destination for new and growing businesses in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
Development of the Rockwall County Budget Development of a budget for any household, business, or governmental entity is more than a casual affair. Most people do a pretty good job of establishing their own personal and household budgets, but once it gets beyond that level, the tendency is to not really worry about how spending … Continue reading Commissioners in their Counting House – 2013 Budget Time