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One Voice  
Floresville  
October 20, 2011 5:16am
 
Jane - this is what I tell myself (in my quest to get transparency in our local government). That is - our local government, school, hospital and other entities have ruled unchecked for decades.
The point is - it took along time for our community to get in such shambles. It will take some time to clean it up. Patients and persistance.
Many that came before us have tried to get co-operation out of these officials. They have tried to stay within the confines of of the boards - trying to resolve issues. That does not work. ... Just like you said - they continually go behind closed doors and leave the citizens out of the loop. History proves they have no intention of transparency. ... We are going to have to do the work and research ourselves and find higher ups that have power. .. That is no small feat. It is difficult to find a person with any guts to blow the whistle. But, someday - that person will come forward - we just have to stay the course.
These officials are use to people getting up in arms - they do a little something to appease the public - then business as usual.
If we want change - we will have to stay involved.
     
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