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Summers seeks return to county judge position


Summers Summers On Saturday Nov. 9, I filed for the Republican nomination for Milam County Judge.

I first came to Milam County in 1969. My wife Rae Beth and I have two sons Frank III ( Trey) and John Eason.

We have four grandchildren, Jase A nd rew, Brooklyn Page, L ainey Elizabeth and John Adrien.

I served as a Milam County Extension agent from 1979 through 1986, and have been involved in numerous community activities and organizations over the 44 years I have been in Milam County.

Many important challenges are facing us that will need experienced leadership to resolve in an effective manner.

Issues such as water, declining tax base, defining a plan for economic development for the entire county, and exploring new ways to make county government more efficient while at the same time reducing overall operational costs to the taxpayer.

Having served as Milam Count y Judge from 1999 through 2010 I understand the importance of the job.

As your County Judge I will involve leaders from across the county in helping direct Milam County. The future will continue to present challenges that one man cannot handle alone.

Teamwork is the answer.

Working with all elected officials and with individuals from across the count y to identify solutions that are right for Milam County is the only way we can continue to move forward.

We have many cha llenges facing us now and in the future.

As your County Judge I pledge to work w ith ever y cit y and town, and involve leaders from across the county to identify and define fair and equitable solutions to these challenges that are right for all of Milam County.

I need your help and w ill greatly appreciate your support and vote.


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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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