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VideoLost: White Poodle mix, F.M. 539 and Hwy. 87, Sutherland Springs area, needs medicine. Reward. Call 210-789-0118.
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Experienced agricultural equipment technician needed. The right person for this job will have: a minimum of 5 years experience repairing agricultural or construction machinery with a good working knowledge of diesel engines, electronic service tools, transmissions, A/C systems, hydraulics, electrical, basic computer skills and general mechanical repair procedures. Must have your own tools, a good driving record and be able to pass a background check, pre-employment physical and drug screen. This is not an apprentice or entry level position. We offer competitive pay, paid employee insurance with insurance available for dependents, 401k, paid vacation and holidays. Call Mike @ 210-649-1715 or apply in person at 10865 US Hwy 87 S, Adkins TX 78101.
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Down town resident  
September 20, 2012 12:22pm
Untrue, you of little faith,3 projects and the city of Floresville will be in total chaos that we will become bankrupt?I am impressed by your data it is extensive and explained... somewhat.The stats that I was looking for was how fast Wilson county is growing and if looking at those stats is it unreasonable to be able to pay off those loans and more? I not only think that they will be paid off that the additional plans to make our city great will be afforded.The constant hounding of our elected officals I will say, has made them more proactive in getting real infastructure planning going and maintaining our city better.I do live in the city limits and am proud of our little town and the way it is growing daily ,slowly but surely!The mayor which will be Mr.Gomez will have no choice but to make good on all that can be done to better our city.He has been under constant attack for his past and has alot to prove to us in the near future.We once again will but him in office!United we stand divided we fall!See you at the polls!
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