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Lost diamond - diamond set in gold mounting prongs fell off of my wife's wedding ring. Reward offered, 210-867-1319.

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Connect the Dots  
Floresville  
June 25, 2012 8:08am
 
Tyra, don't you know that a grant would make entirely too much sense? littlebittym wants your tax dollars as a direct funding stream, not a trickle down from the State. If they do the complex under a State grant, they'd have to bid everything out legally and ethically. His buddy contractors cannot get the money behind closed doors.

Besides, the Wilson County TEA Party is waging war against the youth, according to littlem's Facebook page. And here I though they were trying to protect our youth from ammortized debt for the next thirty years. Silly me.

Folks, when a politician yell "save the youht", you'd better hide your children and grandchildren. That usually means that they have the "youth" in their crosshairs. Just like this complex idea- it will forever enslave your children and grandchildren, who will lose your family homes if they cannot pay the inevitable property taxes that will have to cover this expense. Don't buy in to the "sales tax only" pitch. The sales tax couldn't even cover the debt service on the community/event/civic/birthday party center (sorry I forgot the name of the soldier whose name was supposed to be on the building), so they had to refinance the debt. So, if sales tax does not cover one venture, you're stupid to think that it can finance two of them.

And even more stupid to think that this City believes that lie a second time.
     
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