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Esd6 Meeting: April 28, 2011-to Hold Special Meeting in Judges Court Room

Updated on June 13, 2019
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Sylvia R. Mendelsohn mismanaged taxpayer funds and intentionally bankrupted the volunteer fire department and grandstands for her boss.

Sylvia Ruiz Mendelsoh, Campaign Manger for Sergio "Chico" Rodriguez., President of ESD6 Board.
Sylvia Ruiz Mendelsoh, Campaign Manger for Sergio "Chico" Rodriguez., President of ESD6 Board.
Sergio "Chico" Rodriguez
Sergio "Chico" Rodriguez

Bexar County Court House

The ESD6 is holding a special board meeting on April 28, 2011.

This is nothing new, what is new, is that it is where it is being held.

LOCATION: Courtroom of Judge David Berchelmann, including Chambers, Jury Room and/or adjacent hallway. 37th District Court, Bexar County Court House, 100 Dolorosa, 4th Floor, San Antonio, TX 78205.

TIME: 2:00 PM.

What's on the agenda?

This agenda is somewhat different than the others. Above the agenda items are actual agenda items that are not a part of the "agenda".

  1. Private consultation with the Board's Attorney
  2. Deliberation about Real Property (my bet on this item, the land to be donated by County Commissioner's for their new ESD6 Fire and Rescue.
  3. Deliberations about Gifts and Donations (same as #2)
  4. Deliberation as it pertains to Personnel (Could Joe Hearn be looking to get his job back as District Fire Chief?)
  5. Economic Development (the last proposed site for their new ESD6 Fire Department was near the J. L. Matthey Middle School on donated land where Copper Ridge Development is to build a new subdivision, also the new subdivision that was approved by Chico Rodriguez on FM1937-Rabel Rd.) The Rabel Rd. subdivision, if memory serves correctly is within the city limits and would eliminate the possibility of a VFD in that area.

Agenda Items

  1.  Call to order
  2. Establish a quorum
  4. Take necessary action to review, approve and ammend Provider Agreement (s) presented by the Monitor.
  5. Executive session, Southside ISD vs. Bexar County ESD6, involving the status of the monitor's proposed contract for service providers and the contract proposed by the VFD's and receive advice related thereto.
  6. The board will discuss and take any action deemed necessary......including request to the Court that the action for Injunction be dismissed.

© 2011 Lady Liberty


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