FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 10/02/2013
Rep. Pat Fallon Opens District Office in Little Elm Town Hall
Mayor, area chambers of commerce join in ribbon-cutting ceremony, open house
Frisco, TX— On Monday, State Representative Pat Fallon (HD106) officially opened his district office. During a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house cosponsored by the Little Elm Chamber of Commerce and Aubrey 380 Chamber of Commerce, Fallon announced that his local office is up and running on the second floor of the Little Elm Town Hall (100 W. Eldorado Parkway).
“While I was honored to represent the great people of Denton County down in Austin for the first half of the year, I’m glad to be back home,” said Fallon. “I want everyone in District 106 to know that this is their local office – we are here to serve them.”
A principal function of Fallon’s district office is cutting through the red tape of state agencies. For example, area residents have contacted the office since its soft opening in May of this year for help with various Texas agencies, including: Army National Guard, Attorney General’s Child Support Division, Department of Criminal Justice, Department of Licensing and Regulation, Department of Transportation, Ethics Commission, Public Utility Commission, and Workforce Commission.
Anyone experiencing a problem with a state agency is encouraged to contact Fallon’s office at (469) 362-0500 or stop by to discuss the situation in person.
The district staff can also secure Texas flags flown over the Capitol Building or honorary resolutions and certificates for special occasions.
State Representative Pat Fallon represents the newly formed Texas House District 106 which includes the Denton County portion of Frisco and the communities of Aubrey, Cross Roads, Hackberry, Krugerville, Lakewood Village, Little Elm, Oak Point, Paloma Creek, Pilot Point, Providence Village, Sanger, Savannah, and The Colony, as well as portions of Plano and Prosper.
Fallon is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and served as an officer in the United States Air Force. In 2009, he was elected to serve on the Frisco City Council, and in 2012 he was unanimously chosen by his fellow councilmen as the Frisco Mayor Pro Tem. He was sworn in as a State Representative in January of this year. Representative Fallon lives in Frisco with his wife Susan and two sons.