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WILLIAM J. GIBBS JR. Wilson County Judge Marvin Quinney (from left) and Howard Berger of the Wilson County Education Association listen as Assistant District Attorney Audrey Louis of the 81st Judicial District explains the county’s need for additional courtroom space during the Oct. 16 Floresville Chamber


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Wilson County News
October 16, 2013, 4:08pm
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FLORESVILLE -- In addition to nine proposed amendments to the state constitution, Wilson County’s voters are being asked to weigh in on the county’s proposal to issue $8.5 million in certificates of obligation to fund various capital improvements. This is why Howard Berger and Wilson County Judge Marvin Quinney were among those to address the Floresville Chamber of Commerce at its Oct. 16 luncheon. Video from the luncheon can be viewed below.

If approved, the funds will be used to finance:

•Renovation and stabilization of the courthouse
•Conversion of the north wing of Wilson County Courthouse Annex III into a public library
•Conversion of the west wing of Annex III into a criminal justice center complex.

Residents also are being invited to a public forum concerning the proposed debt. It is set for Tuesday, Oct. 22, at 7 p.m. in the American Legion Hall in Floresville. For more, click here: http://bit.ly/1aO6pSz.

More information can be downloaded: Brochure and Floor Plans.

 

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Be Careful  
Floresville, TX  
October 17, 2013 2:03pm
 
starts around 8:41 to 8:44

 
Be Careful  
Floresville, TX  
October 17, 2013 12:14pm
 
I was looking for the pamphlet they handed out at time 8:45 on the video. I have the brochure you updated. The pamphlet appears to be one page and folded in half. I am curious to its content.

 
Webmaster  
Floresville  
October 17, 2013 10:42am
 
See updated links above

 
Be Careful  
Floresville, TX  
October 17, 2013 10:09am
 
Can WCN post the handout concerning information about the bond that was handled out?

 
William J. Gibbs Jr.  
WCN  
October 16, 2013 5:56pm
 
Video added

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