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The best way to contact Louie Gohmert is via the contact form on his web site. By using https://gohmertforms.house.gov/Contact/ContactForm.htm to e-mail him, you confirm yourself as being one of his constituents whereby your message may be read by a staffer.

Below, is a draft letter you can copy and paste into the message section of your personal email content section.  Please add your comments as appropriate.


Dear Congressman Gohmert:

 

As you are aware, a group of stakeholders are at work building consensus for designation of the Caddo Lake National Heritage Area for the rural, bi-state area immediate to the lake.  This group of stakeholders is busy conducting the public outreach necessary to document widespread participation and agreement.  I know that you have agreed to help.

 

Please give this effort your immediate attention by initiating discussions with the bi-state Congressional delegation that leads to a memorandum of understanding between the National Parks Service and the Caddo Lake National Heritage Area Commission (founding group) for a completed feasibility study and development of the management and finance plans for the emerging not-for-profit entity.

Your guidance and help with this task is both requested and appreciated by your constituency.

 

Sincerely,

 

The best way to contact John Ratcliffe is via the contact form on his web site. By using https://ratcliffe.house.gov/contact you can access an e-mail form to complete and send your message.  Below, is a draft letter you can copy and paste into the message section of the online contact form.  Please add your comments as appropriate.

  

 Dear Congressman Ratcliffe:

 

As you may be aware, a group of stakeholders is working to build consensus for designation of the Caddo Lake National Heritage Area for the rural, bi-state area immediate to the lake.  This group of stakeholders is busy conducting the public outreach necessary to document widespread participation and agreement.  

 

Please give this effort your immediate attention by initiating discussions with the bi-state Congressional delegation that leads to a memorandum of understanding between the National Parks Service and the Caddo Lake National Heritage Area Commission (founding group) for a completed feasibility study and development of the management and finance plans for the emerging not-for-profit governing entity.


Your guidance and help with this task is both requested and appreciated by your constituency.

Sincerely,

 

The best way to contact senator John Cornyn is to send him an e-mail message via his web site, www.cornyn.senate.gov/contact .  Below, is a draft letter you can copy and paste into the message section of the online contact form.  Please add your comments as appropriate.

 

Dear Senator Cornyn:

 

As you are aware, a group of stakeholders is working to build consensus for designation of the Caddo Lake National Heritage Area for the rural, bi-state area immediate to the lake.  This group of stakeholders is busy conducting the public outreach necessary to document widespread participation and agreement.  I hope that you agree to lead the charge toward this goal, but I am not sure of any accomplishments toward this end.  

 

Please give this effort your immediate attention by initiating discussions with the bi-state Congressional delegation that leads to a memorandum of understanding between the National Parks Service and the Caddo Lake National Heritage Area Commission (founding group) for a completed feasibility study and development of the management and finance plans for the emerging not-for-profit governing entity.

 

Your guidance and help with this task is both requested and appreciated by your constituency.

 

Sincerely,

 

The best way to contact Senator Ted Cruz is by e-mail message direct to his web site www.cruz.senate.gov/?p=form&id=16 .Below, is a draft letter you can copy and paste into the message section of the online contact form.  Please add your comments as appropriate.

 

Dear Senator Cruz:

 

As you are aware, a group of stakeholders is working to build consensus for designation of the Caddo Lake National Heritage Area for the rural, bi-state area immediate to the lake.  This group of stakeholders is busy conducting the public outreach necessary to document widespread participation and agreement.  I know that you are interested in economic growth initiatives for your constituents.  Will you join to work for rural sustainability in deep northeast Texas?  

 

Please give this effort your immediate attention by initiating discussions with the bi-state Congressional delegations from Louisiana and Texas that leads to a memorandum of understanding between the National Parks Service and the Caddo Lake National Heritage Area Commission (founding group).  Initial funding is for a completed feasibility study and development of the management and finance plans for the emerging Caddo Lake National Heritage Area.

 

Your guidance and help with this task is both requested and appreciated by your constituency.

 

Sincerely,

Dear Congressman Gohmert: