Eagle Ford: March 1 deadline for ballot places
This Friday, March 1, is the last day to file for a place on the ballot in the May 11 general election.
Those interested in serving on city councils, school boards, or other elected bodies must complete the necessary paperwork to run for office.
Among the items before voters in May will be:
•Wilson Memorial Hospital District board: Precincts 1, 2, 3, and 4; currently serving are Monica Flores, Ronald Eckel, Sue Coats, and Sam Carter, respectively; and an at-large place, currently held by Jimmy Fietsam.
•Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District: Director seats representing the four counties served, including Karnes County, held by Fabian Jendrusch; Atascosa County, Larry Fox; Frio County, Clifton Stacy; and Wilson County, Steve Snider.
•La Vernia Independent School District (ISD): Places 1, 2, 3, and 4, currently held by Mike Jendrusch, Richard Schier, John Bilicek, and Eric Friedrichs, respectively.
•Poth ISD: Bond election for proposed construction for science labs and more. No board places are on the ballot this year.
•Falls City ISD: Places currently filled by Eddie Bordovsky and Patrick Jarzombek, and a special election to fill the unexpired term of Steve Dziuk. Filing period for this continues through March 11.
•Stockdale ISD: Districts 1, 2, 5, and 7; held at present, respectively, by Mauro Monita, Craig Clancy, Teri Dugi, and Sal Urrabazo.
•Falls City City Council: places currently held by Gery Jendrusch and Clarence Crawford.
•La Vernia City Council: Seats currently held by Eloi Cormier, Randy Leonard, and Marie Gerlich.
•Poth City Council: Two-year terms currently served by Paul Martinez, Steve Martinez, and Linda Criado.
•St. Hedwig City Council: Mayor, currently vacant, following the resignation of Mary Jo Dylla, and Places 1, 3, and 5; incumbents, respectively, are Dwayne Padalecki, Walter Wyrwich, and Francisco Arevalo.
•Stockdale City Council: Mayor, currently serving is Johnny Stahl; and council places 1 and 2, filled at present by Sherry D. Lambeck and Saul Bosquez, respectively. Voters also will determine whether or not to approve the city’s streets maintenance tax.
•Elmendorf City Council: Places 1, 2, and 4, currently held by Richard Rodriguez, R.M. “Andy” Anderson, and Thomas Hicks, respectively.
Watch for more elections information in coming issues of the Wilson County News.