Animal welfare activists hope a $200,000 donation will help deliver justice to a dog named Justice and other victims of animal cruelty.
The money, donated this morning by Safer Dallas Better Dallas, will fund a new prosecutor unit that will focus on animal cruelty — the first of its kind in North Texas. Commissioner Elba Garcia accepted the money at a Commissioners Court meeting.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (Thursday, February 14, 2013)
[Dallas, TX] – [COUNTY JUDGE CLAY JENKINS’ STATEMENT: I 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!]
Dallas County Mayors, Officials, Show Solidarity with Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins Around Ask Not…The Dallas County Day of Service
Dallas County city mayors and officials flanked Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins this morning at the JFK Memorial downtown, in a show of solidarity to honor the life and legacy of President John F. Kennedy in the announcement of Dallas County’s Ask Not…the Dallas County Day of Service. The …Day of Service is set for Thursday, November 21, 2013 and will include various service projects that officials will undertake within their municipalities, captained by city mayors and county commissioners.
[Dallas, TX] – [Dallas County employees are holding a fundraiser for comrade and fellow employee John Langley, Fleet Manager for Dallas County. Langley, a 54-yr-old Mesquite resident, was stricken by West Nile Virus last July. After about a month in critical condition, Langley spent four additional months in the ICU. Although home now, Langley’s recovery has taken an emotional, physical and financial toll on him and his family. Because Langley still has limited mobility and requires the use of a ventilator and feeding tube, he is unable to work and has exhausted many of his benefits and income. Though Langley will begin receiving Dallas County disability coverage this month, it will only pay about 66% of his salary. Dallas County Senior Administrators have given Langley’s department permission to reach out to county employees and the community for donations and assistance with the fundraiser. Dallas County is proud to announce the employee-organized Fundraiser: “The Benefit for John Langley”. ]