I Hartzog and Olivarez good for rio hondo
Posted in the Port Mansfield Forum
#1 Apr 3, 2012
Based on their record they have a negative attitude about improving rio hondo for the betterment of the community. Hartzog want to keep the city from growing. We need to grow to share the ever rising costs of the city of Rio Hondo. They do not want to build a new water plant and not even sure about fixing the old one. It is just like an old car. You fix it and it keep breaking down and cost more in the long run. Buy a new car and you avoid all those problems lik being stranded (not able to produce water). The people in the community are having to put more into the city's pocket to keep up. Why not build a new plant and get more people to move in and share the cost.Because of these people the City of Rio Honbdo is about lose the grant and loan moneys from USDA. These people are afraid to make a decision and do their job. I suggest they be replaced come the May election. No improvements, then lower the water rares which were increased. for that specific purpose. The City has too many emplyees. They need to look at that before raising the rates again as they have been discussing behind doors.
#2 Apr 7, 2013
its about personal gain and making $$$. years ago mikes super market and hartzogs where the only businesses in town.They had a big influence on issuing bossiness permits allowing other businesses into the community. im sure keeping Rio Hondo small has to do with keeping competition out. been like that for years.
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