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Woody to run for re-election

Ellis County Justice of the Peace Bill Woody is announcing his intentions to run for re-election in 2010.
Woody has served as Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace for seven years and was a constable for 12 years. His time in office has focused on developing working relationships with local law enforcement, truancy management and serving a growing caseload of civil proceedings, he said.

“We’ve been able to reduce the number of truancy cases filed in this court by 80 percent with the cooperation of the Ennis, Palmer and Ferris school districts and the Ellis County juvenile services office,” Woody said.

“The number of civil cases filed has increased in the last three years by 100 percent, in part as a result of legislative changes and changing economics,” Woody said. “We’ve been able to accommodate the increase without the need for additional court personnel.”

He said he has done his best to serve the people of Ellis County.

“I’m asking for the privilege and pleasure of serving as justice of the peace in Precinct 1 for the next four years,” Woody said.

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