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About John

John Cyrier is State Representative for Texas House District 17, which includes Bastrop, Caldwell, Gonzales, Karnes and Lee counties. He is president and CEO of Sabre Commercial, a midsize commercial construction business, which is consistently ranked in the top­ 10 of the Austin Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work” and “Fast 50” list of the fastest growing companies in Central Texas. He was nominated for the journal’s Best CEO award in 2014.

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"John Cyrier is one of the most honest, hardworking, and trustworthy men that I know.We need his no-nonsense leadership."

Jerry Patterson, Former Texas Land Commissioner and Author of Texas Concealed Handgun Law

Walgreens is providing flu shots to veterans at no-cost through a partnership with the Department of Veterans Affairs for the 2016-2017 flu season. A veteran must identify themselves to the pharmacy by showing their Veteran Identification Card. Spread the word to any Texas veterans you know.

Yesterday the Joint Committee on Coastal Barrier Systems convened to hear testimony from several witnesses, and to discuss proposed plans for enhancing protection along Texas' gulf coast. Each time a disaster hits this area, Texas potentially faces losing billions of dollars worth of property and assets, and these catastrophic storms produce extreme safety concerns for our citizens. With much of our military investments and energy production tied up in this area, it has become a great security concern for not only the state, but for the country as well. Texas will once again step up to protect our citizens and our interests from harm, and this committee will work in the coming legislative session to decide on the best plan of action moving forward.

John Cyrier

Today I sent a letter to Senator Cornyn and Congressman Doggett requesting their assistance in moving the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) to hold a public hearing on the July 30th tragic balloon accident, which killed 16 people. I've been following the NTSB and realized there was question as to whether or not they would hold such hearing. This was the deadliest hot air balloon accident in US history, and the worst US transportation accident in the last 7 years. I feel it is extremely important that a public hearing be held. The purpose of the hearing is two-fold. First, it is to gather sworn testimony from subpoenaed witnesses on issues identified by the Board during the course of the investigation. Second, it is to allow the public to observe the progress of the investigation. I was interviewed on this matter by Fox 7 News at the Caldwell County Courthouse earlier today. It will air tonight at 6:00 PM, 9:00 PM, and again tomorrow morning.

I am getting word that there will be a NTSB public hearing on the fatal balloon crash. Looks like it will take place in December. I will be there.

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