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FSA office closures miss Milam County

USDA Texas Farm Service Agency announces effective closing dates for 15 county offices

COLLEGE STATION— On May 29, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announced the closure of 125 Farm Service Agency (FSA) offices nationwide including 15 county offices in Texas.

Included on the list is Lee C ou nt y (Gidd i ng s), wh ich will close down Sept. 12. Lee County’s new headquarters will move to LaGrange and Fayette County.

Agricultural producers, landowners and operators impacted by these office closures will receive written correspondence from FSA management regarding the office closure process.

For more information regarding office closures, please contact your local FSA count y office.

Here is a partial list of clos- ings for Aug. 24:

Waller County (Hempstead) will close and the new headquarters will be Harris County (Houston).

Andrews County (Andrews) will close and the new headquarters will be in Gaines County (Seminole).

Cass-Marion County (Linden) will close and the new headquarters will be in Bowie County (New Boston).

Delta County (Cooper) will close and the new headquarters will be in Hopkins County (Sulphur Springs). Hutchinson County (Stinnett) will close (Aug. 10) and the new headquarters will be Hansford County (Spearman).

Midland County (Midland) will close and the new headquarters will be Ector County (Odessa). Mills County (Goldthwaite) will close and the new headquarters will be San Saba County (San Saba).

Roberts County (Miami) will close and the new headquarters will be Gray County (Pampa).

Rusk County (Henderson) will close and the new headquarters will be Cherokee County (Rusk).

San Augustine-Sabine County (San Augustine) will close and the new headquarters for San Augustine County will be Nacogdoches County (Nacogdoches).


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The burn ban for Milam County has been lifted. Burning is always prohibited in the county's municipalities.


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