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Meet Mario Morones
Wilson County NewsDecember 26, 2012 2,163 views 2 comments
This is the second in a series of profiles of the Floresville City Council.
Mario Morones was born and raised in Floresville and has been on the Floresville City Council for more than four years. Here’s a little more information about the councilman.
Education: Floresville Independent School District
Children: Mario Jr., 24; Phillip, 23; Vanessa, 19; and Angel Rose, 4.
Tell us about yourself.
“I am an honest and straightforward man, especially when it comes to the people of Floresville.”
What is one thing you want to say about Floresville?
“We are coming a long way with getting the city back on track. This new council that we have now, I feel can do a lot of good things. Now that the city is getting where it needs to be, people are going to start seeing things change for the better.”
What do you see in the future for Floresville?
“The future is bright for the people of Floresville, now that the control of their city has been given back to them. The members of the council, me especially, are here to listen to the people, to what they want.”
What is one thing you want readers of the Wilson County News to know?
“That we want to give them as much information as possible and that we will work together with the Wilson County News to get as much information out to the people as possible. My door is always open and I do my best to answer my cell phone. If not, I will call them back, because I am here to work for the people of Floresville. I am willing to work together with the newspaper and everyone in the community to get out the information and answer the questions of the people.”
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