FAIRNESS AND INFORMATION!
CANDIDATE FOR TEMPLE CITY COUNCIL REPRESENTING DISTRICT 1
Working for the people of the City of Temple!
I grew up not far from the Northeast Mall in Hurst, Texas. I experienced how a city council used eminent domain to evict families for commercial interest.
As a Boy Scout attending a city council meeting I witnessed the power the council members had over families and communities. I am amazed today, in Temple Texas, that five people on the city council have the ability to evict and condemn my home and my neighbors’ property as the Hurst City Council did to the parents of those I was in Boy Scouts with and went to school with.
Fortunately for my parent’s neighborhood, they led their neighbors in stopping the use of their street as a main thoroughfare to the mall. The neighborhood was able to partially retain the peace and harmony they as property owners had invested in.
I am stepping forward as a property owner in District 1 to be a council member for all of Temple’s neighborhoods that want information and fairness from the Temple City Council as it executes the Temple Comprehensive Plan.
The best representative voice is one sharing the struggles of this community.
With your backing, I would like to be that voice for members of the City of Temple!
Please vote early, or vote on May 4th! Your vote will go a long way in impacting our community!
Your vote counts!
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Residents must be registered in District 1 to VOTE for JEFFERY WARE.
VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS APRIL 4th.
Municipal Building, 2 North Main Street, 1st Floor (City Secretary’s Office), Temple TX
**April 22 – April 26**
> 8:00am – 5:00pm
**April 29 – April 30**
> 7:00am – 7:00pm
Fred Poteet Building, 120 West Central (west of Municipal Building), Temple TX
**Saturday, May 4**
> 7:00am – 7:00pm
Verify registration, or request assistance with registering in Bell County at 254.933.5774
FUTURE LAND USE.
The full map depicting the future land use of Temple for industry, business park, and more.