May 24, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
TO PALOMA CREEK FRESH WATER SUPPLY DISTRICT
Denton County FWSD 11-A holding its first on site meeting
LITTLE ELM, TX – Home owners in Paloma Creek along US 380 will be sworn in to the Denton County Fresh Water Supply District 11-A Board of Directors this Wednesday.
Kenneth Botts, Conrad Davis, and John McClelland will officially be sworn in on May 26th at the Paloma Creek Amenity Center on Bluebird Drive at the monthly district meeting at 6pm.
“As home owners we felt that it was important to have a say in how we are governed and what our tax money is applied to,” said Director-elect John McClelland. “This will also be the first Paloma Creek board to hold meetings in the neighborhood, and we are excited to allow residents more of an opportunity to be part of their local government.”
Fresh water supply districts in Denton County were created for the development of large communities outside the town limits of local municipalities. The districts are responsible for the building of roads and sewer access. The Town of Little Elm has since annexed property adjacent to Paloma Creek, which is within its ETJ. Paloma Creek is located between Denton and Frisco, north of Little Elm on US 380, and is divided into 5 districts.
Press is welcome to attend this public meeting.
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