Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Mother of All Days

Time passes quickly now, and it’s hard to believe we’re over four months into this year already, and it’s already time to celebrate yet another Mother’s Day without my mom.  Is this really the tenth time in a row that’s … Continue reading

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Rowlett City Council Election Recap

Thank you to everyone who took the time to go out and vote in the Rowlett city election, either via early voting or yesterday, on election day. A big congratulations to my friend and neighbor, Michael Gallops, for winning a … Continue reading

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Place 6 City Council Candidates: In their own words

I was a little surprised to see that the Rowlett Tea Party is endorsing John Spor for city council. They don’t really say much about why they’re endorsing him, other than the fact that he’s a successful businessman. In my … Continue reading

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Rowlett City Council Candidates’ Forums

Continuing my focus on the race for the Place 6 council seat: There have been three candidates’ forums hosted by various area groups to give all the Rowlett council candidates an opportunity to speak and give citizens an opportunity to … Continue reading

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Harborside vs. the NTTA: The Rest of the Story

Last time, I promised to go into more detail about the issue of toll way noise and the NTTA. That’s because Mr. Spor has said in multiple venues that it was the reason he ran for council against Michael Gallops, … Continue reading

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Rowlett City Council Election

It’s been a while since I’ve posted to this blog – work and family life have taken precedence – but I want to get it started up again, and there’s an important issue facing citizens of our city that is … Continue reading

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