Election 2016

Tim Brown, Bell County Commissioner, Precinct 2, from left, Shawn Snyder, Bell County Elections Administrator and John Fisher, Bell County Commissioner, Precinct 4, watch as election results come in Tuesday at the Bell County Courthouse in Belton.

Bell County Precinct 4 Commissioner John Fisher is inviting the public to a Townhall meeting at the Killeen Community Center, 2201 E. Veterans Memorial Blvd., from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight.

Fisher is excited for the opportunity to answer questions and discuss the role of the county commissioner and the accomplishments the county has made over his tenure, according to a news release from Fisher.

“Serving as county commissioner is a true honor. I am proud we have improved the county’s credit rating to ‘AA+’, that we have proven to be fiscally responsible to make certain we are in excellent financial condition, and that we have aggressively met the demands of growth.” Fisher stated.

Fisher looks forward to answering questions at the forum and said “we have many projects I would like to see through to completion over the next four years. I look forward to talking about these projects with everyone and am asking for your vote to keep our economy growing and county improving," according to the news release.

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