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One Voice  
Floresville  
December 16, 2011 3:24am
 
Airborne - I was thinking the same thing. ... The part I found interesting is he talks about voting on the budget - but, never mentions READING the budget nor his opinion on what his take is on the budget or the questions be raised.

I don't get the special meeting last night. It lasted about 5 minutes.
They called a special meeting to hire a lawyer for a suit that has not been filed yet???
... This town would be in great shape if they took this much thought about city business. .... if they worried about our city the way they worry about their own backsides.
I would like to suggest to the council members that the way they worry about themselves - well, that is the way we worry about the future of our city.

I don't know if those that read this blog realize that private citizens are paying a lawyer to do this partition. .. Then we have to pay for the defence lawyer too. Just got to love it.

This partition is not some willy nilly disgruntled couple of citizens trying to cause trouble. This is true concern - and there are some putting their money where their mouth is and paying to defend our city from monetary disaster.

All of this, because the council is offended when the citizens ask questions - and it is becoming more obvious as time goes on - they don't have good answers - they just keep raising the bar of insanity - to drag this through the legal system - spending huge amounts of money.
     
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