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Found: Pony. Call to describe, 830-391-0074.
Lost: Men's wallet, Sept. 21 at Wal-Mart fuel center in Floresville, left on side of truck, medical IDs needed. If found call 210-827-9753, no questions asked.

VideoLost/stolen shih Tzu named Newton. Last seen 9/29/2015 outside house (located by Emmys) If any information, Please contact at 8306608121 or 8306609222
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Henry Howard Services is accepting applications for QUALIFIED and EXPERIENCED vacuum, end dump and winch truck drivers. Applicants must have a class A CDL with tanker endorsement. Hazmat endorsement preferred but not required. Call 830-569-8144 for more information or pick up an application at 980 Humble Camp Rd, Pleasanton, Texas 78064. 
Data entry position for Angell Enterprises, full-time positions for very busy office, customer service skills a must, pay based on experience. Serious applicants apply in person at 2301 10th St., Floresville, ask for Hilda.
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Untrue Resident  
March 4, 2013 9:46pm
Alvin, did you read the complaint? I didn’t think so. It is a classic example of why we need less government employees. Texas is a right to work State and Joslin should be fired. I guess Jim forgot that government employees are babied and pampered for incompetence. Second, the Mighty Joslin said and I quote: “City Manager Andy Joslin deems Councilman Jim Miller in violation” which is not his right to make. He can file a complaint and bring charges. However, it is not up to him to make any determinations. Finally, Joslin better have some paperwork to back up his claims. Joslin charges unethical behavior and that he received disparaging, abusive, and threatening e-mails (this could be a matter for real law enforcement to investigate). As an ex-cop Joslin knows you have to prove before charges are brought. In this case, if it was so bad, why didn’t he attach some examples for the world to see? Instead, we have a questionable character making questionable statements. In my opinion, the sooner the City gets rid of Joslin the sooner it will get straightened up. No one should call out their boss without some proof. The only thing I see is someone wanting to get fired and a big severance check. Good ridden Joslin. As for Miller, he does need to be more astute especially in the political arena and public life. His comments and actions in this case do leave a great deal to be desired. If you are going to be a leader, you have to act and look like a leader. Hopefully, he will learn from this.
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