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La Vernia  
March 6, 2014 10:15am
Prairie- So I think your story is interesting but two facts would be important. 1) Who was there first, Jay or the sub development? 2) If so did other neighbors who preceded said development notice an adverse impact from the increased traffic? If these facts are correct there is a compelling argument why most of the burden should have been shouldered by the new residents. If not then he was in the wrong.

Most of these issues could have been resolved had Dickie accepted Jay's request for a moderated debate not merely a candidate forum. Therefore it was left for the rest of us to ask the tough questions of both. At least in my conversations with both Jay was up to the task, and Dickie told me to move if I didn't like the direction the county or La Vernia was going. That's right our next county judge said I should move elsewhere rather than effect positive change. Awesome.
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