Dallas move ahead on a new way to help veterans living in the city
ByFunAsia 16 Dec 2020 11:14 AM 218
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Dallas is all set to move ahead with the plans of coming up with new ways to help veterans living in the city.

Mayor Eric Johnson proposed to create a Veterans Affairs Commission last month to help people who have served in the armed forces. This will help them find jobs and get access to other city services more easily.

He said, “We’re hoping over the next year that we will be able to increase our recruitment efforts for veterans to come into the city of Dallas and bring those great skills and talents that they’ve acquired with them to the city.”

According to Mayor Johnson, 43,000 veterans are living in Dallas.

A vote to officially create the commission could happen as early as next month.


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