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Tracy Bogert  
Von Ormy, TX  
January 12, 2012 9:04pm
 
Oh I found it!

County attorney withdraws Joslin suit


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William J. Gibbs Jr.
Wilson County News
January 12, 2012 | 201 views | 10 comments

FLORESVILLE -- As of 4:29 p.m., Jan. 12, Wilson County Attorney Russell Wilson has withdrawn his suit against Floresville City Manager Andy Joslin. A copy of Wilson’s notice of nonsuit without prejudice can be downloaded from the link below.

Wilson filed the suit Nov. 7, alleging that Floresville’s city budgets contained “material misstatements” about the city’s true financial standing. As a result of meetings with Floresville City Attorney Louis Rosenberg and former Floresville City Auditor P. Malcolm Gulley, Wilson said he believes the errors have been corrected.

“I’m pleased that the City got its bookkeeping issues resolved, and that the revenue numbers shown to the public now reflect the amount actually received.” Wilson said.

Gulley reiterated to the Wilson County News that the numbers reported as actual income and expenditures in the city’s fiscal year 2012 budget worksheets reflected unadjusted totals. These totals, he said, likely were generated due to an error with the city’s accounting software.

For more, read the Jan. 18 print edition of the Wilson County News.


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