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VideoLost/stolen: Shih Tzu named Newton, last seen Sept. 29, from outside our house located by Emmy's. If any information call 830-660-8121 or 830-660-9222.

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September 8, 2012 4:55pm
true resident of floresville - you've been drinking the kool-aid way too long! Man do they have the wool pulled over you!

Guerrero and Morones are following their oath to the people that elected them to serve in that capacity.

I'm tired of everyone calling us non-residents just because we were not born in this city. We are residents just like everyone else that lives in this city and pays city taxes. You all scream and yell about growth, but yet those that make this city grow are the ones you all keep pointing out are not "true citizens" of this city. If it was not for us "non-true citizens" this town would but another small town that has nothing to look forward to. Yes there has been growth, and that is becuase outsiders are moving in and you "true citizens" hate it because they are knowledgable and do not follow your evil ways.

I applaud the two councilmen for standing up to the faction and fighting against it! It is ridiculous that a few people on the council want to take over and shove unnecessary items down the will of the citizens yet want to follow rules now? Doesn't make sense.

As far as Mr. Miller, he is the only one that makes sense because he has the numbers that are in black and white behind him. Have you noticed everytime something goes to court this city council has to back down and fix something because they were wrong. It is only time that reveal everything that is wrong with those that are hiding something. Good always prevails. And if he does live above his business, why is that wrong? Members of the WCN owners have a loft above their business that they lived there for many years. There is nothing wrong with living above your business. It is a place a residence.

Only time will tell and all will come out clean, then those of you that are all about "true-residents" will see that only those are the ones that are ruining your "growing" town.
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