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Assistant Director of Public Works
As one of the state’s most historic cities, Victoria is the place where Texas history was written, and the legendary Texas cattle industry began. The original colony, founded in 1824 by impresario Don Martin de Leon, was named for the first president of Mexico, Don Guadalupe Victoria. The Town was established at a site known earlier as Cypress Grove due to the abundant cypress trees growing along the banks of the Guadalupe River. Victoria is the county seat of Victoria County and the third charter city created in 1836 under the Republic of Texas.  Victoria is located in the heart of the Golden Crescent of South Texas with a diverse population of over 67,000 and encompassing an area of approximately 37 square miles. Victoria is a cultural, historic, medical, educational, and economic hub


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