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Police contract still undecided as budget talks continue
Floresville Finance Director Fonda Kellner (second from left), Constituent Liaison Sherry Pollok, Councilman Sherry Martinez Castillo, and Mayor Daniel Tejada listen July 10 as interim Comptroller Tom Smith explains various aspects of the city’s finances during a budget workshop.
Wilson County News July 18, 2012 3,243 views 4 comments
FLORESVILLE -- Members of the Floresville Police Officers Association continue to wait for the Floresville City Council to ratify a three-year collective bargaining agreement. The contract, for which a draft was written in May after meetings between the two sides, was a hot topic of conversation during the council’s July 10 budget workshop. . . .
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Oh , sorry my mistake... You now want to borrow $ 2,100,000.00 for the boondoggle of the sports complex based on the FEDC meeting you attended last night. I can see why you are no longer at Frost Bank. They couldn't afford... More ›
Oh , sorry my mistake... You now want to borrow $ 2,100,000.00 for the boondoggle of the sports complex based on the FEDC meeting you attended last night. I can see why you are no longer at Frost Bank. They couldn't afford to have you working there !!!!
Yea Castillo , let's raise property taxes to pay for public employee pensions and benefits. Yet you want to borrow $1,800,000.00 to build a sports complex !!!. How do you balance YOUR checkbook ? Stockton ,California here we come.