Live Oak County Historical Commission
Live Oak County Historical Commission

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                Mary Margaret Dougherty Campbell

In 2006, Mary Margaret Dougherty Campbell researched and wrote this text for San Isidro Management, L.C., Sandia, Texas (actually situated in southern Live Oak County on the Sandia mail route, which is common in that part of the county). San Isidro Management developed Independence Plaza and San Isidro Ranch, the housing development nearby.


The words Mary Margaret wrote about Laredo History have now been bronzed and permanently placed at the entrance of the development in Laredo. Read and enjoy! These words succinctly demonstrate the historical efforts of a collaborative culture to live in peace and prosperity with each other.


                      Entance to Independence Plaza, Laredo, Texas.

                                 Texto en español.

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The Honorable Jim Huff, County Judge for Live Oak County, welcomes you to the Live Oak County Historical Commission (LOCHC) Website. The Live Oak County Historical Commission is an arm of the Live Oak County Commissioners' Court; appointees are selected at the beginning of odd numbered years and serve two year terms. Judge Huff and the Live Oak County Commissioners support and approve actions of the LOCHC in coordination with the Texas Historical Commission (THC).


Live Oak County Commissioners:

Precinct 1: Richard Lee

Precinct 2: Donna Kopplin Mills

Precinct 3: Mitchell Williams

Precinct 4: Emilio Garza

The Commissioner's Court is committed to the preservation of our county's history. Judge Huff and your local commissioner welcome suggestions.

The Honorable Jim Huff, Live Oak County Judge.

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