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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

Today I visited with Austin Fire Dep. Batallion Chief Denzer about his recent experiences fighting the summer wildfires in California. Denzer, along with nearly 100 other Texas firefighters, bravely answered the call to assist the exhausted California forces and their depleted resources during one of the worst wildfires in the state's history. This deployment was an activation of the Texas Intrastate Fire Mutual Aid System (TIFMAS), and was the first official deployment of Texas firefighters to an out of state wildfire. Many members of the Texas delegation were from the Central Texas area, and several had fought the devastating Bastrop fires. Before the team left for California, I met with Chief Denzer to give him several Texas and Come and Take It flags to remind the crew of home and to let the people affected by the fires know that Texas was there to help. The crew members proudly displayed their flags on their rigs while they were hard at work, and many California citizens welcomed the team with Texas and American flags of their own. The appreciation and support of the Californians, and the amazing teamwork of our two states' first responders was truly remarkable and effective.

Large crowd this evening at the Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation Dist meeting that was held at the Bastrop Convention Center. This was to hear public comments on LCRA’s request for permit of 25k acre feet of groundwater in Bastrop County.

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