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Hidalgo County Pct. 3 Receives “Quick Draw” Award for 3rd Consecutive Year

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Precinct 3's Field Operation Team, Commissioner Everardo "Ever" Villarreal. Courtesy image
Precinct 3’s Field Operation Team, Commissioner Everardo “Ever” Villarreal. Courtesy image
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MISSION, Texas – Hidalgo County Precinct 3, under the leadership of Commissioner Everardo “Ever” Villarreal, has been honored once again with the esteemed “Quick Draw” award from Hidalgo Urban County, recognizing the precinct’s exceptional utilization of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds. This award, presented at the recent Urban County Leadership Conference, celebrates Precinct 3’s unparalleled commitment to efficiently and effectively leveraging CDBG resources for crucial community improvements.

City of Alton Leadership Team, Commissioner Everardo “Ever” Villarreal. Courtesy image

This year’s award underscores Precinct 3’s remarkable achievement in infrastructure enhancement, specifically the paving of an impressive 9 streets using CDBG funds—the highest number among all grant recipients in Hidalgo County for CDBG-funded projects. This figure exclusively represents the streets paved through CDBG allocations and does not encompass roads financed by the precinct’s general fund, grants from the Texas Department of Transportation, or major projects like the recent expansion of 3 Mile Line Road. By maximizing the impact of the CDBG program in this targeted manner, Precinct 3 has significantly enhanced accessibility and quality of life for local residents.

City of San Juan Leadership Team, Commissioner Everardo “Ever” Villarreal

Commissioner Villarreal expressed his gratitude for the recognition, emphasizing the collective effort of the Precinct 3 team. “Receiving the ‘Quick Draw’ award for three consecutive years is a testament to the dedication and teamwork of everyone involved,” Commissioner Villarreal stated. “We are committed to ensuring that every dollar of the CDBG grant is used efficiently to benefit our community.”

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In addition to Precinct 3’s achievement, the City of Alton and the City of San Juan were also recognized for their exemplary completion of CDBG projects, demonstrating a commitment to timely and effective project delivery.

Arnold J. Salazar,  Commissioner Everardo “Ever” Villarreal

Arnold J. Salazar, Executive Assistant to Precinct 3’s leadership team, was acknowledged for his instrumental role in facilitating the successful execution of CDBG projects. Salazar’s attention to detail and proactive coordination with Hidalgo Urban County ensured that all project submissions met deadlines and compliance requirements.

The Quick Draw Award symbolizes excellence in CDBG program implementation and reflects Precinct 3’s ongoing dedication to enhancing infrastructure and quality of life for Hidalgo County residents. 

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