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Found: Light brown large male puppy, approx. 1 year old, very lovable and sweet, no collar, near F.M. 537 and 427 off Hwy. 181. Call 830-393-9999 or 419-250-9099.
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Part-time apartment manager, (24 hours weekly) for 36 unit property in Floresville, previous experience in Section 8, tax credit, or conventional housing preferred, but will train right person. Submit resume to isiahh@att.net.
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BSP  
Floresville  
August 28, 2012 4:46pm
 
Start Rant- At what point do people just ignore DTR? I realize from all the replies back it is useless to reason. I've yet to see a responsible or reasonable comment. Floresville's roads are crap. Which make our city look like crap. There's a huge lack of road maintenance, terrible sidewalks where there are any, lack of street lamps, and God only knows what the water and sewage infrastructure is like. Whoopty doo on a little Cesar’s. That's 3 pizza parlors in Floresville now. How about Time Warner, Verizon FIOS or AT&T? I'd like to be able work from home without a costly Satellite internet provider. What are the plans for the big ugly empty Wal-Mart? That entire strip mall looks terrible. Yay to RV Parks! Because they make our city look that much prettier. :( I moved here in 2007 excited about a new town getting ready to blossom with growth. I saw a lot of potential, and all I see now is poor planning, and a whole lot of lack of foresight. Yes the Event Center is nice, but how are you going to build something like that when the city streets are being ignored, among other infrastructure needs, and the park next to it is in disrepair? Why hasn't the city worked with SARA to work on the embankments? Why haven't we lapped up the PR from Mayor Castro over the Mission ranch and Wild River Kayak trips? Why the Event Center first? Floresville has every potential to blossom into a Boerne or Helotes type city. The proximity of San Antonio alone should have been cause to build on our infrastructure, and stringently work on our Planning and Zoning regulations. Nope, instead we cater to Eagle Ford Shale workers, which only bring in a quick buck, and then they’re out. Nothing that has been done has effectively helped promote industry into Floresville. Luring permanent residents to the area is what will make Floresville flourish not the temporary ones. I’d feel more confident in Candidate with credentials relating to Sim City on Super Nintendo then what we have now. That probably would have helped the current ones out.-End Rant.
     
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