George Baroody and Mario Garcia have implied that the way the city has disclosed the debt obligations of the city is misleading.

The comptroller of the State of Texas, Glenn Hegar, has just issued the city a transparency award for the way the city reports its debt obligations.

Voters, who are you going to believe, two politicians willing to twist facts to create an election issue or the comptroller of the State of Texas?

Danny Almond, Kerrville

 

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