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The City of Floresville is currently accepting applications for the following position: General Maintenance Technician. A complete job description and application form may be obtained at City Hall, 1120 D Street, Floresville, Texas 78114, Monday – Friday, 8:00 A.M.–5:00 P.M.; or on the City of Floresville website, www.floresvilletx.gov. Deadline to submit application is 5:00 PM on Friday, May 6, 2016. “This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.”
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Serious Thinker  
La Vernia  
May 7, 2011 11:32am
 
Business Owner - Right ON!

NOW, all we need to do is be very watchful as the schools are now getting in place to raise the rate to make up for the short fall from the Texas Budget coming down the road! When I was growing up I had to pack a lunch and eat before I left for school, or I could starve. When I was 14, if I wanted something like a new dress, shoes, it was "get a job" and then get it! I was happy to do it. It is called INDEPENDENCE and it is a wonderful feeling to not OWE anyone!

I am sick and tired of paying for LVISD to build a 1000 seat auditorium so the locals can use if for their Church Plays, and no telling whatever is coming down the road. Wonder what or who is using the "lighted" tennis court we paid for? Are the business making more money now that LV made them pave the parking lots? In a town of 961??????????

Also, I predict that the city of La Vernia will be purchasing the 89 acres from the LVISD in 2 years - they need to get more money from HEB and their city taxes before they can muster up the money though!

Remember, voting is how we change things - and I don't mean like the 2008 National Election. I mean CHANGE IN PHILOSOPHY of less spending and MORE TEACHING.

Congress needs to nut up and disband the Dept of Education and turn things back over to the States, and then the amount of Administrators will be rendered null and void and we might get back to teaching, less sports, and paying (finally) our teachers a better salary.

Just how many of you out there would want to be a teacher now? The kids have no respect for anyone, much less authority. They have not desire to learn, no reason to learn and nothing to do with their lives but play!

Maybe, just maybe, the American public and the local people in Wilson County have learned a lot and are sick and tired of the wasteful spending - AND remember, it starts at the local level.
     
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