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Floresville city Councilman Mario Morones (center) refutes rumors Sept. 14 that he resigned his council seat as City Secretary Margaret Aranda shows him a photocopy of a purported resignation letter left in her office. Witnessing the proceedings is Floresville businessman Jim Miller, a candidate for city council.
Wilson County News September 19, 2012 2,499 views 4 comments
FLORESVILLE -- City Councilman Mario Morones has not resigned from his council seat, quashing rumors in the community to that effect.
Morones told the Wilson County News he received a phone call at approximately 9 a.m. Sept. 14 from Floresville City Secretary Margaret Aranda, advising she had received his resignation letter. Aranda asked if he had resigned, to which the councilman responded he had not, but that he would visit City Hall later to view the document in question.
Later that morning, Morones went to City Hall, accompanied by Floresville businessman Jim Miller and a reporter from this newspaper.
Aranda presented Morones with a photocopy of a letter and asked him if he had resigned. Morones said he had not, and asked for the original of the document she showed him. Aranda said the only document she had was another copy, which had been folded and left in her office.
Morones told the Wilson County News he had prepared a resignation letter prior to the council meeting scheduled for 10 a.m. Sept. 13, as he considered whether to remain in office. However, he decided not to resign and said the letter -- the only signed copy he had -- was torn into pieces and thrown into the trash. Morones said he did not know how Aranda came to be in possession of the copy she showed him.
Access to the city secretary’s office, as with all City Hall offices, is restricted. Only city employees and citizens who have been pre-screened in the front office are allowed into the area of the building where Aranda’s office is located.
The city secretary responded Friday afternoon to a phone call from the Wilson County News, stating she had no comment regarding the matter.
So Danny, your sister posts on Facebook for God and the whole world to see what she has done. Are you proud of this? How low can you go? And your preacher "likes" this??? There is definitely something wrong here. ... More ›
So Danny, your sister posts on Facebook for God and the whole world to see what she has done. Are you proud of this? How low can you go? And your preacher "likes" this??? There is definitely something wrong here. So you have your sister and your girlfriend doing your dirty work .... If I were you I would keep my mouth shut till this election is over before more people start disclosing more of your dirty laundry!!!!! GIVE IT UP!!!! Oh, and tell your preacher politics and religion don't mix. He's looking bad here.
Concerned Tax Payer Floresville, Texas November 3, 2012 10:02pm
The mayor is at it again on his Facebook page bashing candidates for believing in our city. Mario it looks like the city secretary knew who provided the letter to her. The truth will always come out in the end. Mrs. Debbie ... More ›
The mayor is at it again on his Facebook page bashing candidates for believing in our city. Mario it looks like the city secretary knew who provided the letter to her. The truth will always come out in the end. Mrs. Debbie Leal has confessed to digging the letter out of the trash and invading your privacy. These are her words as she commented on Mayor Tejada’s rant.
Words from Debbie Leal:
“That is funny! I am still waiting for Jim (transparency like his signs say) to say that during a recent city council meeting that he went up to Mario Morones plucked an envelope from his pocket; walked across the chamber floor while tearing up the envelope. Jim then threw the pieces into the trash can and with a big grin sat down. Once the meeting was over a few of us in the audience who witnesses this put the pieces together. We’re we surprised when it turned out to be Mario’s resignation letter. Do you remember what Jim and Mario said? They did know who did that! Too funny!!! Transparent? No. Liars? You tell me.”
Fed Up With Arrogance Sin City September 19, 2012 2:55pm
Mr. Morones, we thank you for listening to the voters. We know it has not been easy for you, but you have listened to us and we appreciate you for that. You have our vote in November. Can you imagine, someone went thru the trash ... More ›
Mr. Morones, we thank you for listening to the voters. We know it has not been easy for you, but you have listened to us and we appreciate you for that. You have our vote in November. Can you imagine, someone went thru the trash and pulled out the letter that was torn. Her attitude when you asked for the original! I wonder if they had a city employee taping the letter back together. How much did that cost the taxpayers? We will be very happy when this election is over and there is a new mayor and council! GOD HELP OUR CITY TILL THEN!