Rosenberg city councilman Isaac Davila’s first letter didn’t bother me, but after the second, I’d like to share my opinion. I was involved in city government a long time.
I miss the days of the Taxpayer’s Coalition, meetings and wonderful people. No one argued as they do today. Davila’s letter was absurd. The mayor doesn’t buy votes with stop signs and speed humps. Citizens call him with concerns.
In turn, he advises them of the process: getting signatures and your request on the agenda, appearing before council, discussion of the item and a vote by all council members. It’s not up to the mayor alone. Davila should know this; he is on council. The second letter accuses candidates of working together to form a bloc.
The “proof” is that election signs are placed on the same properties the mayor had signs.
I suppose everyone is guilty because the current signs in town are divided between two different sets of candidates. Also, people call for signs, candidates don’t just put them wherever. Our right to vote is a wonderful process.
Even though we may not always agree, we should all work together to make Rosenberg be the best it can be.
Fran Naylor, Rosenberg