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One Voice  
Floresville  
May 25, 2012 5:48am
 
Heartland Park and Recreation, LLC gave an excellent presentation.
The most impressive part was Mr. Spencer spoke to the mayor and counsel about having a PLAN and what the city could afford. Having a budget - staying within that budget. If you councel and mayor could not hear his message - there is something rotten in Denmark.

Heartland Park adn Recreation gave this presentation for no charge.

Mr. Longoria - from Beeville - gave his presentation a few months ago and charged $9,000.00.

I spoke with David Barnes (partner to Mr. Spencer) and told him the concerns of the citizens about a plan and money.
We turn the conversation to solutions. He told me that there are many grants and other options to obtain help with funding. He said he would help me get find these grants and so forth.
This will take time and some effort - but, it is certainly a step in the right direction.
Hopefully, the city officials will be interested in this effort.

I asked about the ball field by the SA river. That is a huge feat - but, can be done. It would involve SAWS and will be costly - but, doable.

I was very encouraged by there being interested in "what is good for the city" - and not in lining their pockets.

They have their own profession building crew - which elimanates all this good ol boy fiasco that went on with the civic center.

If the mayor and counsel can change their course - and begin to work with a few citizens that want to help get our kiddos a safe and nice place for sports - it would be a win-win situation.

This bond - they want to push through - is not thought out - it is on the taxpayers back - it is not even designated to a park - which means they could use this bond money any way they chose.
BAD IDEA!!!
     
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