Chris Madison serves as the city’s staff attorney through an appointment from Mayor Jill Dabbs. To date, the race has drawn one other candidate, Benton attorney Doug Mays. Farmer predicted that several candidates will be vying for the seat, but believes he is “uniquely qualified.” The race will be included on the November general election ballot. “Although I am still a fairly young man, I know that I am fully capable of successfully fulfilling this role and serving Bryant far beyond expectations,” he said. “I hope that my candidacy signals the interest and involvement of a new generation of leaders for Bryant.” Farmer said his experience in working as an attorney for large corporations will help him as a city attorney.
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My Tony Gwynn Story a letter from Lynne Scott Coronado Eagle & Journal | 0comments It had just turned 1991 and it was my first year as PTA president at the high school. We were putting together the traditional Honors Assembly for the students who had a 3.5 or better grade point, inviting students and their parents to an evening event in their honor. The trouble was that attendance had dropped off over the last few years. Invited students were choosing not to attend…including my son. It seemed a few thing might help this year: raise the qualifying grade point, include recognition of school athletes who were MVPs and team captains, hold an all school assembly during the day, and get Tony Gwynn as a guest speaker. Our dentist, Lee Skaalen, had mentioned that he played golf with Tonys manager.
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Michael Schwarze harvests a few of the abundant watermelons that he grows on his farm in Frio County and delivers to a local food pantry. Posted: Friday, July 18, 2014 11:19 pm When hes not digging around in someones gums, local root canal specialist Dr. Michael Schwarze said he can be found digging fresh fruits and vegetables out of one of his two farms. The New Braunfels endodontist said he raises acres of produce and has been doing it for years. Im a pro with roots, in my office and on the farm, Schwarze said.
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