Webb County, Texas (January 2021) – Webb County announces the recent acquisition of two new Peterbilt 567 Walker Water Combo vehicles. “These vehicles will be used to haul water from the Rio Bravo Water Treatment Plant to the Las Presas Water Dispenser,” stated Tano Tijerina, County Judge “and is part of the Las Presas Water Dispenser Improvements.” Rush Truck Center was selected as the equipment provider.
Government Capital Corporation, Southlake, Texas provided financing for these acquisitions.
“Government Capital’s expertise and experience was a great value to our acquisitions,” stated Deanna Smith. “Their knowledge of public sector financing greatly streamlined the procurement process.”
“I want to congratulate Tano Tijerina, County Judge, on this purchase that will greatly improve water service to the residents of Webb County,” stated Stephanie Cates. “We take great pride in assisting Texas county water treatment facilities reach their goals and objectives.”
About Webb County
Webb County was created on January 28, 1848, by the Texas legislature. Located in south Texas, Webb County is the sixth-largest county in the state with 3,307 square miles. The county is named after James Webb who served as Secretary of the Treasury, Secretary of State, Attorney General of the Republic of Texas, and later judge of the United States District Court. Webb County includes the Laredo metropolitan area and is the only county in the United States to border three foreign states or provinces, sharing borders with Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, and Tamaulipas. For more information, visit www.webbcountytx.gov.
About Government Capital Corporation
Government Capital Corporation is a leading public finance firm providing professional financial services to all local governmental entities. Since its founding in 1992, the company has successfully completed thousands of municipal financings exceeding $4 Billion across Texas and the nation. For more information, visit www.govcap.com.