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Brazoria County Commissioner Ryan Cade, left, puts his back into stirring the pot Friday for the Law Enforcement Appreciation Luncheon at the Brazoria County Fairgrounds in Angleton.

ANGLETON — With a new year and significant leadership changes, peace officers from agencies across Brazoria County gathered to have a meal and receive a thanks.

“We wanted to catch you guys on Friday and offer you a lunch and just say thank you,” said Brazoria County Pct. 2 Commissioner Ryan Cade, one of the organizers of the Law Enforcement Appreciation Day Luncheon. “When I first got involved in this crazy game a number of years ago, I was talking to the people. Over and over again, they said the most important thing to them, in Brazoria County, is to be safe. Go home at night and feel that they are safe.

Wes Wolfe is a reporter for The Facts. Contact him at 979-237-0152.

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I'm not sure that this is the place for this but I would like to call to issue that with the increased Highway 36 traffic between cr304 and the Clemons unit the floats hauling the mates for the transmission tower project and the dirt pits on the north side of 36

we have multiples of opportunities for slippery wet roads and truck traffic congestion to create accidents.

I would like to see some county and state presence , this would give the jones creek marshals team more time to stay in the village and control our traffic issues of which we have plenty. stop signs, speeding ,loud exhaust,& littering.

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