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Floresville City Council meeting, Jan. 28

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Senior Citizen  
Wilson County  
February 3 at 11:16am
Important meeting Thurday, Feb. 4. Check the agenda!

February 3 at 10:39am
Mr. Tibbs: Couldn't agree more and how about a Charter that is NOT WRITTEN by attorneys that you not only have to pay to write, but then pay again to explain! A Charter written by citizens and then "looked over" ... More ›

Mr. Tibbs  
February 3 at 9:43am
Board members should be appointed for 1 year terms, not subject to whims of a council member, they should not be surrogates for members but civic minded citizens with their own expertise and judgments. The city charter needs ... More ›

February 3 at 9:08am
Since the various Boards are being stacked with Tejada's cohorts, how can we even think about trusting the vote and the vote count both in May and November. The corruption is spread far and wide and I am even including, in ... More ›

Law West of the Pecos  
February 2 at 7:40pm
I don't know for sure if we can believe that those three have lost support. We will know for sure with the results at the polls in May and November.

February 2 at 9:31am
if proposed, what has to be done to put a proposed new complex to a vote. It has been said that the issue has already been voted on by creating the 4b or 4a corporations. And they wont be calling it a sports complex this time, ... More ›

February 2 at 8:59am
I want to know more about what happened with the Comptroller.

One Voice  
February 2 at 6:47am
The word around is these three are losing support of even those that are their "yes" men. The question of the stability of their minds is coming into question. The blind rage is even too much for some of the supporters.

Russell Dickerson  
Floresville, TX  
February 1 at 3:27pm
You know, we can't be too much of an "economically depressed area" if we've got $48k to blow on a witch hunt and endless cash to throw at a "sports complex." Wasteful is as wasteful does.

February 1 at 12:58pm
We're just finally working on upkeep and maintenance for the parks we currently have. How about we continue fixing the parks we have, and create a maintenance schedule. What good is a new sports complex if there's no upkeep? ... More ›

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