In this year’s City Council election, there has been a lot of talk about the direction in which our city is headed, but little discussion on one of the biggest issues hanging over our future. Killeen’s access to water is the most important ingredient in our community’s recipe to thrive in the coming years. (Photo Credit: US Army Corps of Engineers)
John Driver, Bell County Commissioner for Pct. 4 announced this morning that he has formally endorsed Sandra Blankenship for Killeen City Council District 3. On the endorsement, Driver had this to say:
“Sandra understands that the only way for our government to work is to ensure that everyone has a voice and that people are placed over special interests."
Killeen City Council Candidate Sandra Blankenship, a retired nurse, community leader, and former candidate for Texas State House has announced a town hall for District 3 residents on Saturday, March 30. Sandra is inviting all Killeen residents to this free event as part of her commitment to having ongoing and open dialogue with voters in District 3.
Pledges to fight for the Future of all Killeen families by securing water resources and bringing new jobs.
Sandra Blankenship, a retired nurse, community leader, and former candidate for Texas State House announced her candidacy for Killeen City Council in District 3 today. Mrs. Blankenship filed her candidate committee forms with the Killeen City Secretary's Office on January 29th.