FORT BEND COUNTY, TX -Monday, May 4 marked the ribbon cutting ceremony for the much anticipated bridges that allow Cinco Ranch High School and Cinco Ranch Junior High students to cross safely over a drainage ditch to and from their homes in Falcon Ranch. Fort Bend County Judge Robert Hebert, Fort Bend County Precinct 3 Commissioner Andy Meyers, Constable Rob Cook and Larissa Plunto of Texas Senator Lois Kolkhorst’s office celebrated the contributions of Willow Fork Drainage District ($250,000), Fort Bend County ($200,000), Fort Bend Municipal Utility District 124 ($50,000), Falcon Ranch Homeowners Association ($50,000) and the Cinco Ranch Homeowners Association ($50,000) that made the passage safe for students in our community. Robert Serrett, President of the Falcon Ranch Homeowners Association, led the efforts to get the bridges built after the Katy ISD bus rezoning.
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