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State of Texas
Texas State Representative Ron Reynolds
News Release
Wednesday, February 22, 2012

MISSOURI CITY, Texas -- Representative Reynolds (D-Fort Bend County, District 27) will sponsor a Home Foreclosure Prevention Town Hall Meeting for District 27 residents. The meeting will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., on Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012, at Crossing Point Church, 13035 Hwy. 6, Rosharon, Texas 77583.

"I am honored to sponsor this important event for our community," said Rep. Reynolds. "This will provide troubled homeowners the opportunity to hear from experts in the field and get resources they desperately need that could help save their home. I will have representatives from the Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation and the Credit Coalition on hand to provide valuable information and resources to our homeowners."

All residents of District 27 are invited to join Rep. Reynolds at this meeting. Whether it be you, a family member, friend or neighbor who is in need of help, everyone is invited to attend. There are resources, free counseling services and help for everyone in need of assistance. 

About State Representative Ron Reynolds
Ron Reynolds is State Representative for District 27 of Fort Bend County in Texas. Rep. Reynolds serves on the Economic and Small Business Development and Environmental Regulation committees. He is an attorney/mediator and name partner in Brown, Brown & Reynolds, P.C., and also a former Associate Municipal Judge for The City of Houston. Rep. Reynolds is married to Dr. Jonita Reynolds and has three children. For more information, please visit

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