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Anonymous Resident  
April 24, 2014 8:44am
Vote Castillo??? Can you spell hypocrite?

"I will monitor our finances/budget to assure that our city stays solvent." This, after your last term that resulted in an independent Auditor announcing that the City was Insolvent? Now, all of a sudden you are concerned about the finances of the City?

"First, my goal is to represent the citizen's needs in the five basic areas: sewer, water, streets, police, and garbage." Mrs Castillo you voted down a Street Maintenance Plan during your last term. You awarded a garbage contract that is costing the taxpayers $1.1 million more than the previous provider and reduced services. You, in your last term refused to participate in budget discussions after the Police Department requested additional police officers and police cars. Now, if elected you will serve the needs of the citizens of Floresville?

No Mrs. Castillo you did enough damage in your last term. We have had enough of your empty promises on the backs of the citizens and taxpayers so that you can fulfill the wishes of your puppet master, Daniel Tejada!
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