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Everardo “Ever” Villarreal: Leading Hidalgo County into A New Era of Leadership and Progress

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In January 2021, Everardo “Ever” Villarreal assumed the role of County Commissioner for Precinct 3 in Hidalgo County, Texas, during a period of multiple crises. Under his leadership, the precinct has witnessed significant transformations, addressing challenges head-on and paving the way for a brighter future.

Tackling the Pandemic with Proactive Measures

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As the COVID-19 pandemic raged, Commissioner Villarreal was at the forefront, advocating for testing supplies to ensure the health and safety of Precinct 3 residents. His efforts were crucial in setting up vaccination clinics in collaboration with local school districts, demonstrating his commitment to public health.

Flood Response and Infrastructure Enhancement

Commissioner Villarreal’s tenure has been marked by proactive responses to natural disasters, such as the unprecedented flooding in the region. His team’s quick deployment of pumps to dewater affected areas and the creation of wider systems and detention facilities have brought relief to many. These initiatives not only addressed immediate concerns but also laid the groundwork for long-term infrastructure improvement.

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Winter Freeze Response and Community Support

During the record-setting Winter Freeze, Villarreal’s leadership shone brightly. He forged a strong partnership with the city of Alton, leading to the acquisition of a new fire truck, benefiting not just the city but the entire precinct. This move exemplified his approach to collaboration and community support.

Addressing Illegal Dumping and Enhancing Services

Illegal dumping has been a long-standing issue in the precinct, posing health and environmental risks. Recognizing this, Commissioner Villarreal has implemented reward programs and incentives to combat this problem. His advocacy for equal services in rural and municipal areas has improved waste management, positively impacting public health and drainage.

Investment in Drainage and Infrastructure

Understanding the critical importance of effective drainage systems, Villarreal has made significant investments in this area. His collaborations with neighboring cities have led to substantial projects, like the $2.5 million initiative in Alton, improving drainage and creating recreational spaces like hike and bike trails.

Paving the Way for Community Growth

Commissioner Villarreal’s tenure has been marked by rapid progress in infrastructure development. His efforts in road paving and improvements in public amenities like libraries and internet access have greatly enhanced the quality of life in Precinct 3.

Community Engagement and Outreach

Recognizing the power of community engagement, Villarreal has organized various events, from teacher appreciation to toy drives, fostering a sense of unity and support within the community. His establishment of the precinct’s first community outreach department reflects his commitment to keeping residents informed and involved.

Historic Grants and Initiatives

Under Commissioner Villarreal’s guidance, Precinct 3 secured its first-ever grant from the Texas General Land Office. He also played a crucial role in establishing critical initiatives like the illegal dumping reward program, pet vaccination clinics, and the construction of Sullivan City’s first public library.

Increasing Transparency and Forward Momentum

Everardo Villarreal’s tenure is characterized by increased transparency in government operations, achieved through active social media engagement and community empowerment. His leadership has steered Precinct 3 into an era of recovery, rebuilding, and readiness to face future challenges.

A Vision for a Better Tomorrow

Commissioner Everardo Villarreal’s game-changing leadership has had a profound impact on Hidalgo County’s Precinct 3. From infrastructure improvements to enhanced public services and community engagement, his efforts have laid a strong foundation for a future that is not only better but healthier and more resilient. Under his guidance, Precinct 3 is marching boldly into a brighter future, ready to overcome any challenge and thrive.TBB

Political Ad Paid By The Re-Elect Everardo Villarreal For Commissioner Campaign. Oralia Garza, Treasurer. Mission, Texas 78574

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