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    Commissioner Garcia Gets out Into the Community

    At the beginning of the year, Commissioner Adrian Garcia laid out how he wanted his schedule to be coordinated and his vision for doing so. He does not like to sit and work from his desk every single day - he likes to get out, meet residents where they live, and really understand what impacts them. One of his goals for this year is to do more of this on a regular basis. This means having more one-on-ones with residents, as well as attending HOA, civic club and PTA meetings, and visits with staff.
    By / 07 February 2020
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    Precinct 2 Spotlight- Brenda Loper Retires after 25 years of Service and Dedication to Precinct 2 Residents

    Congratulations to one of our most beloved bus drivers, Brenda Loper! After 25 years of service, Brenda is retiring from Harris County Precinct 2 Transportation Services.
    By / 06 February 2020
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    Precinct 2 Spotlight- Featuring Our Ferry Deckhands

    Congratulations to Lynchburg Ferry deckhands James Davis, Billy Duggan, and Gregory Jackson for passing the United States Coast Guard (USCG) 100 Ton Inland Captain’s License Examination.
    By Stephanie Sanchez / 06 January 2020
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    Bringing Joy to Someone Who Doesn’t Expect it

    Can you imagine waking up on Christmas Day without any family nearby or any presents to open? Unfortunately, this is a situation that many people find themselves in every Christmas. However, every year our Special Programs team and the communities in Precinct 2 come together with the Adopt-a-Resident Program to make sure more people get to have a great holiday season. 
    By Stephanie Sanchez / 24 December 2019
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    December— World Aids Awareness Month

    According to AIDS.gov, about 1.1 million people were diagnosed with HIV/AIDS by the end of 2016 in the United States. Today, this virus and disease affect over 29,000 people in the Greater Houston area alone. Although there is not an effective cure to this virus and disease, Harris County is taking steps towards raising awareness and providing services to those who are affected.
    By Stephanie Sanchez / 05 December 2019
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