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Wilson County News February 13, 2013 | 1,423 views | 3 comments
FLORESVILLE -- The Floresville City Audit Committee continues its talks of how to pull the city’s general fund from insolvency. . . .
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Senior Citizen Wilson County February 19, 2013 11:47am
We have been allowing the current process time to work for as long as Joslin has been the city manager and look where that has gotten us. I wonder if he is willing to accept ... Read More
We have been allowing the current process time to work for as long as Joslin has been the city manager and look where that has gotten us. I wonder if he is willing to accept a pay cut or relinquish the 2 raises in whic Castillo voted to give him. So we have given this guy 2 raises after several findings that he has not been managing the finances of this city correctly. I hope he has been given his review and that is shows the debt in this city. I never once heard him in the last 3 years say we are in a financial hole. Had he mentioned this, maybe the former council wouldnt have been pushing a sports complex or Tejeda would not have files a lawsuit against the council if he knew there was no money there, or maybe he did tell Tejeda and he went with it anyways.