American Airlines Merger: Statement from County Judge Clay Jenkins

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (Thursday, February 14, 2013)

AMERICAN AIRLINES

[Dallas, TX] – [COUNTY JUDGE CLAY JENKINS’ STATEMENTI am pleased American will remain headquartered in DFW and extend congratulations to the leaders, unions and boards of both companies for combining to create the world’s largest airline. I differed with the conventional wisdom and supported merger 10 months ago because this merger was the most viable option to save American Airlines and thousands of North Texas jobs. Today is a great day for North Texas, especially for the employees of American Airlines and their families!]

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Judge Clay Jenkins

214.653.7949

Clay.jenkins@dallascounty.org

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Dallas County Recognizes Employees of the Month and Employee of the Year, Together for the First Time, with an Official Ceremony Today

By: Maria Arita, PIO
Tuesday, December 18, 2012

[Dallas County Commissioners Court, Tuesday December 18, 2012] – In a motion made by Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins and seconded by Commissioner Mike Cantrell, the Commissioners Court authorized the creation of an Employee Recognition Program today to encourage recognition of dedicated employees who represent the best and brightest in the County workforce. In that spirit Commissioners announced Employees of the Month for all departments as well as the most coveted of all County employee awards, Employee of the Year. Continue reading “Dallas County Recognizes Employees of the Month and Employee of the Year, Together for the First Time, with an Official Ceremony Today”

Judge Clay Jenkins Appoints Boyd Richie to Truancy Court

Judge Clay Jenkins Appoints Boyd Richie to Truancy Court

[Dallas, TX] – [Boyd Richie fills the vacancy in Dallas County’s Truancy Court system created by the retirement of longtime Judge Charles Stokes. As a Young County Attorney, Richie handled all juvenile and truancy cases and understands the mission of the courts – returning kids to the classroom. The success of the truancy courts has been one of Jenkins’ main priorities during his first term. Richie will contribute to the continued success of that program, Jenkins said, “I am confident Boyd will be the right fit for this position and will be an integral part of our team. Continue reading “Judge Clay Jenkins Appoints Boyd Richie to Truancy Court”