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Commercial Construction Superintendent. Accepting resumes for a Commercial Construction Superintendent with a minimum of 5 years experience. We are an established General Contractor based out of Pleasanton,Tx doing a variety of projects including ground-up new construction in the medical, financial, and retail sector, as well as remodels and interior finish outs. Duties and Responsibilities: Maintain a safe and clean job site, Schedule all activities, Ensure adherence to plans, schedule, and specifications, Provide daily progress updates, Provide attention to the Company’s expected commitment to quality. Required Qualifications: 5 years + of commercial construction experience, Must be familiar with all facets of building construction, Must be able to organize and manage all subcontractors and entire project from beginning to completion, Be able to work independently, Must have a valid Driver’s License and Social Security card. Email cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to: Webuild@wellsbuilds.com.
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Elaine K.  
Floresville  
January 1, 2013 6:03pm
 
From SenateConservatives.com: The debate over the fiscal cliff has gone from bad to worse. As most Americans were either sleeping or celebrating the New Year, the U.S. Senate voted to confiscate more of our money to spend on government programs in Washington.

The new deal raises income taxes, capital gains taxes, dividend taxes, death taxes, and payroll taxes. ... You simply can't take over $600 billion out of the private economy without serious consequences that reduce opportunities for everyone.

The worst part of this deal is that it doesn't cut spending.

The last time we faced a fiscal cliff, the deal-makers raised the debt limit and promised us they would cut spending or face and automatic, across-the-board sequester. Guess what? They lied. ...

Beyond higher taxes and more spending, the fiscal cliff deal is stuffed with all kinds of pork. This is what happens when bills are rushed through in the dark of night. We already know they stuck the farm bill in and we expect to find dozens of corporate tax breaks for President Obama's cronies.

Your senators voted for a bill they didn't read. Having the foresight and courage to oppose this horrible deal were Senators Rand Paul (R-KY), Mike Lee (R-UT), and Marco Rubio (R-FL).

Where are the rest of the conservatives?
     
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