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Navarro used to be a “village” raising great kids. The school board used to be the backbone of our “village.” I am not sure what happened, BUT it is not good. The board members that I had grown to respect have lost that well-earned respect in the last three years. It is very sad to me that y…

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The new Republican House majority is a collection of election deniers, QAnon conspiracists, and political arsonists hellbent on gaining power at the expense of our democracy. They’ll be in control of the United States House of Representatives for the next two years and have already shown an …

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Kudos to the Gazette and the Seguin Guadalupe County Heritage Museum for reminding us of our community’s past through the “Look Back: Traces of Seguin History” feature. This past weekend’s photograph of Texas Lutheran University’s former Old Main building undoubtedly brought back fond memori…

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Refuge III would like to thank you and the city of Seguin for allowing us to bless the community of Seguin on Saturday Dec. 17, 2022. Because of your advertising and the generosity of the city and county in allowing us to use the county street, we were able to pass out many toys downtown to …

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With the upcoming Seguin City Council election near, I just wanted everyone to know about one of the candidates. His name is Darius Gil. Darius is a man of moral principle who believes example is the best leadership. Not only has his child graduated from Navarro High School with honors, Dari…

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I would like to encourage all folks living in District 8 to vote for Bill Keller for Seguin City Council representative. I asked Bill to consider running as no one had signed up with about two weeks before the deadline. It is always hard to find qualified candidates who are willing to give t…

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I am submitting a single question. It calls for only one answer, a logical one.

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We have lived in the same house in Seguin for almost 30 years. During that time, the street to our west had deteriorated to the point it was often flooded and became almost impassable. The city for years told us we were on a list and the street would be fixed when they got to us, but very li…

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I found it funny how Mr. Davila, who’s running for Seguin City Council, would use and host a National Night Out event and claim it was for that purpose. Looks kinda more like hosting a political meet and greet. And not really a Night Out event.

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On Tuesday, Sept. 20, I watched your outstanding presentation to the Seguin City Council regarding publication of city notices. Your presentation seemed to clearly outline the importance of the printed public notices as well as the fact that it is required by Texas law.

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I read the June 11, 2020, memorandum resubmitted June 14, 2022, from Andy Quitter, Seguin city attorney, on the proposed changes to the city charter, which allows the city of Seguin to stop posting legally required notices in the Seguin Gazette. While the Legislature may have allowed this, a…