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Residents express concern about potential district boundaries

More than 30 people attended a county redistricting meeting in Alamo on Thursday night to voice their concerns and learn more about changes to district lines and voice their concerns.

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a resident of Alamo
on May 27, 2011 at 5:36 pm

Dear Editor,

Thank you for your attendance last night and conversations with the independent voices of the AIA and Alamo region neighborhoods. As the 24/680 south corridor moves forward with exceptional economic and political influence, we will see political boundaries subject to communities' will and interests. Very savvy high-level professionals have wealth, global political strength and exceptional counsel to invoke compliance.


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