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  • Pierce Tower - Photo of the Day

    Pierce Tower - Photo of the Day (Image Image - 73.59 KB)
  • Pierce Station Progress - Day 55

    Pierce Station Progress - Day 55 (Image Image - 24.63 KB)
    The Pierce Station Radio Tower, fifty-five days into construction, is already showing significant signs of progress.
  • PHOTO: Drilling Equipment

    PHOTO: Drilling Equipment (Image Image - 2.49 MB)
    Drilling equipment, as seen from a distance, at the site of the Pierce Tower.
  • PHOTO: Drilling Equipment - Up Close

    PHOTO: Drilling Equipment - Up Close (Image Image - 2.57 MB)
    Drilling equipment breaks ground at the Pierce Tower site.
  • Breaking Ground

    Breaking Ground (Image Image - 145.83 KB)
    L-N Photo by Shannon Crabtree Breaking Ground Officials from the Texas Department of Public Safety, Wharton and Fort Bend Counties along with the cities of El Campo and Wharton helped break ground on a new $1.5 million communications tower at Pierce. The project should be complete in February. Pictured (l-r) are DPS Offi- cials Denise Stanphill, Lt. Alan Spears and Caroline Stevens, Jeff Braun from the Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management, El Campo Mayor Philip Spenrath, Wharton County Judge John Murrile, Wharton City Councilman Domingo Montalvo and Rick Russek from Motorola. Source: http://www.leader-news.com/news/2008/1122/front_page/003.html
  • El Campo Mayor Philip Spenrath talks to the crowd at the groundbreaking ceremony

    El Campo Mayor Philip Spenrath talks to the crowd at the groundbreaking ceremony (Image Image - 150.32 KB)
    L-N Photo by Shannon Crabtree For The Future El Campo Mayor Philip Spenrath talks to the crowd at the groundbreaking ceremony for a new communications tower at the Department of Public Safety Pierce Station Thursday morning. The 400-foot tower will link into a 13-county network allowing all agencies to talk to one another once new radios are obtained. The $1.5 million tower will be built via a Fort Bend County Homeland Security grant. It should be complete by February with El Campo, the city of Wharton and Wharton County agreeing to take over maintenance. Source: http://www.leader-news.com/news/2008/1122/front_page/003.html
  • Groundbreaking Ceremony Flyer

    Groundbreaking Ceremony Flyer (Image Image - 168.74 KB)
    The flyer sent and posted to announce the groundbreaking of the new Pierce Tower.

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