New Precinct 4 yard opened on Shale Road



Commissioner Kennard Riley, with employees at the new Precinct 4 yard. From left, are Ronald Caraway, Pierre Andersson, Jason Cumpian, Greg Rohmer, Juan Benites, Comm. Kennard “Bubba” Riley, Carlos Cantu, Jim Boyd, Arturo Cordova, Baltasar Pesqueda and Billy Aguero. Missing was Rolando Gomez. LEON ZABAVA | PLEASANTON EXPRESS

Commissioner Kennard Riley, with employees at the new Precinct 4 yard. From left, are Ronald Caraway, Pierre Andersson, Jason Cumpian, Greg Rohmer, Juan Benites, Comm. Kennard “Bubba” Riley, Carlos Cantu, Jim Boyd, Arturo Cordova, Baltasar Pesqueda and Billy Aguero. Missing was Rolando Gomez. LEON ZABAVA | PLEASANTON EXPRESS

On Friday, November 8, Commissioner Kennard Riley, Precinct 4, held an Open House at the new Atascosa County Precinct 4 yard at 384 Shale Road, south of Pleasanton. The yard is built on 4.61 acres and has a 3,500 square foot shop.

“On behalf of myself and all of the employees of Atascosa County Pct. 4 we want thank all that came by to see our new facility that we are very proud of. Now we have the room and a shop to do proper maintenance on equipment and to store our equipment and road materials to better serve our community.

“Again I would like to thank everyone who took the time to come by, and the food was great.”

View of the Commissioners’ Precinct 4 yard at 384 Shale Road south of Pleasanton from above. TONY AGUIRRE | DRONE PHOTO

View of the Commissioners’ Precinct 4 yard at 384 Shale Road south of Pleasanton from above. TONY AGUIRRE | DRONE PHOTO

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