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Joe and Shelley Jaynes, have lived in Collin County since 1987. Shelley is a teacher at Frisco ISD. Joe and Shelley have two children, Treyson and Arielle.

  • Attends First Baptist Church, Melissa
  • Graduate, Leadership Mckinney, Leadership Allen and Leadership Plano
  • Member, McKinney Rotary
  • Member, Allen, McKinney, Farmersville, Greater Anna, Melissa and Princeton Chambers of Commerce
  • Republican Precinct Chair, 1992-1996
  • Delegate, Republican County Convention
  • Delegate, Republican State Convention
  • Columnist, “The County Line”
  • Froze Taxes for Senior Citizens
  • Cut County Tax Rate Twice
  • Authored the County Homestead Tax Exemption
  • Worked with Landowners to have right-of-way for the Dallas North Tollway donated – SAVING Collin County Taxpayers $10 Million
  • Managing over $1 Billion in Road Construction Projects
  • Aggressive Asphalting Program on County Roads
  • Assisting Cities in the Creation of over $50 Million in Parks and Open Space Preservation Projects
  • Negotiated $1.5 Billion in Revenue for Collin County from SH121 Project
  • Provided drop-off site for Rural Residents to bring Debris & Recyclables
  • Expanded more than 100 Major Thoroughfares throughout Collin County
  • Implemented Video Arraignments of Prisoners
  • Collin County Representative to Regional Transportation Council (RTC)
  • Expansion of SH 121
  • Assisted in Establishing a new electronic voting system
  • Worked to add more than 600 jail beds and assisted in establishment of six additional courts
  • No tax rate increase in 12 years
  • Constructing a new courts facility, assisting on the opening and restoration of the Old Courthouse on the Square and work to continue to consolidate county operations
  • Creating a homeland security department which has become a national model
  • Increasing funding and educational opportunities for volunteer fire departments.
  • AAA Bond Rating for Collin County
  • Work as member of RTC to bring funding from Regional Transportation Council to Collin County
  • Work to bring Mass Transit to all of Collin County
  • Working with the legislature on appraisal caps
  • To keep the expansion US 75, US 380, SH 289, Custer Road and SH 121N along with our FM roads moving in a timely manner and within budget
  • Keep MUDS out of unincorporated Collin County
  • Continue Reforming our indigent health care program to serve Collin County Citizens while remaining cost effective
  • Continue upgrading our County Roads from rock to Asphalt
  • Complete Construction of SH121
  • Working with local entities to drought proof our water supply
  • Provide for Public Safety with construction of Voter Approved Criminal Justice Facilities
  • Extend the Dallas North Tollway to the Grayson County Line
  • Expanding detention facilities to provide for both growth and public safety
  • Adopt a County Road Cleanup Program
  • Update County Thoroughfare Plan
  • Implement Reverse 911 to Warn Citizens of Emergency Events
  • Widen US 380 through Farmersville to the Hunt County Line
  • Create county household waste program
  • Maintain stable tax rate
  • Complete 121/75 interchange and begin the 121/Dallas North Tollway Direct Connects
  • Setting the alignment and begin construction on the Outer Loop
  • Consolidate Public Works facilities in the unincorporated area
  • Continued partnerships with cities for both road expansion and park preservation
  • Partner with TXDOT on the reconstruction of FM 545
  • Increase funding for volunteer fire departments
  • Widen US 75 through McKinney to the Grayson County Line
  • Manage the Collin County 2007 Bond Projects
  • North Central Texas Council of Governments
  • National Association of Counties
  • Texas Association of Counties
  • North and East Texas County Judges Commissioners Association
  • Conference of Urban Counties
  • Collin County Health Care Foundation
  • Collin County Housing Finance Corporation
  • Dallas Regional Mobility Coalition
  • Member, National Multi-Modal Transportation Steering Committee
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