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Wilson County News August 29, 2012 2,428 views 4 comments
FLORESVILLE -- In the latest step toward constructing a sports complex in Floresville, the Floresville Economic Development Corp. (FEDC) has approved an interlocal agreement with the city of Floresville for the maintenance of the proposed sports complex. . . .
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All these multi-million dollar projects make excellent vehicles for kick-backs, contracts to friends or family, a little here a little there. You know how these people work. Skim the cream, leave the taxpayers with the bill and ... More ›
All these multi-million dollar projects make excellent vehicles for kick-backs, contracts to friends or family, a little here a little there. You know how these people work. Skim the cream, leave the taxpayers with the bill and leave town. That's their historical track record. And if you're caught just plead ignorance. Then the jury of their kin let's them go and we pay. Ugly but true.
Airborne Trooper wilson cty August 29, 2012 6:59am
This is why the FEDC is appointed by the crooked Mayor and his croonies. He puts people in there that will do what he says. I have no respect for this guy and will never get a salute from myself. This board has a mission statement ... More ›
This is why the FEDC is appointed by the crooked Mayor and his croonies. He puts people in there that will do what he says. I have no respect for this guy and will never get a salute from myself. This board has a mission statement and this sports complex, doesnt fall anywhere in that scope of work. There are folks on this board who simply will do whatever the Mayor wants and some dont even reside in Floresville, yet make decisions for those living here. You guys need to get your head out of your fourth point of contact. This is all crooked and you all know it. You cant give me one good reason or facts as to how much revenue and jobs it will create for Floresville.
How many new businesses with how many new, well paying jobs will this maintenance agreement generate. How many new sales tax dollars will be realized?
Is the FEDC just a money pool for "off-budget" City projects?