Anahuac Municipal Development District
Cradle of Texas Independence - Turtle Bayou Resolutions
Located on the outside office building wall of JP Randy Van Deventer near the Chambers County Court House.
Provided by AMDD to highlight Anahuac’s importance in the fight for Texas Independence.
On May 19, 2008 , the citizens of Anahuac voted on Propsiition 1, forming the Anahuac Municipal Development District (AMDD), levying a one-half cent sales tax to fund the organization. The AMDD was created for the purpose of advancing Anahuac through development of economic tourism and supporting, promoting and aiding projects in any way possible for the growth of the city allowed by Government Code 377.00. The AMDD is managed by a board of 5 directors appointed by the City Council of Anahuac for 2 year terms. The directors are Danny Thompson - Chairman, Janice Jircik - Vice-Chairwoman, Natalyn Royer - Secretary/Treasurer, Bill Stults - Member, Brandi Brown - Member and Annette Abernathy - Office Administrator. The AMDD meets every third Tuesday of the month at 6 p.m. at the AMDD board room located at 509 Washington, Anahuac, Texas (Sandlin Bldg). For more information or to receive an agenda, call Annette Abernathy at 409-267-2270 or go to our contact page for email requests.