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Wilson County News August 29, 2012 | 1,560 views | 2 comments
FLORESVILLE -- After the city council failed to muster a quorum Aug. 23 for the second time in one week, Floresville councilmen John Guerrero and Mario Morones have decided to reach out to the citizens of Floresville. . . .
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I would like to see Castillo and Flores try to remove Morones and Guerrero from the council. So the city charter states that they can be removed after missing 3 consecutive meetings? Let's go back a little ways. How many ... More ›
I would like to see Castillo and Flores try to remove Morones and Guerrero from the council. So the city charter states that they can be removed after missing 3 consecutive meetings? Let's go back a little ways. How many meetings did Flores miss before he submitted a letter asking for a leave of absence? City secretary check this out before you are fired. This was reported in an article in the WCN dated 5/2/2012 (page3A). Guess who made the motion to approve his request? Who seconded the motion? You got it right, Castillo and Gomez. In this article the City Charter was violated 3 times. Apparently city attorney Lou Rosenberg had a lapse of memory and did not do anything to stop the vote. So you see, this is a clear indication of what the Mayor, Castillo, Flores and formerly Gomez have done to the city. We will continue to fight to be represented in City Hall!
Airborne Trooper wilson cty August 29, 2012 3:23pm
Glad the Mr Morones and Mr Guerrero didnt show up in support of the citizens that voted them into office. Castillo and Gomez you need to take notes as to how a council memeber is suppose to stand up for the people of Floresville.