Letters to the Editor
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I found out that a local restaurant offered lunch at no cost to every employee of the GISD last week. They didn’t hang a banner or shout it from the rooftops, they simply wanted to do something … more
Faith, Family, Freedom — are they all in decline? Is there concern for the foundations of America? Are we concerned what our children are being taught? I hear concerns that all the college … more
September is Library Card Signup Month, a time when the Robert Lee Brothers Jr. Memorial Library joins with the American Library Association and public libraries nationwide to make sure that every … more
 Here we are about to go into primary voting in 2020 and the country is being bombarded with divisive comments from all sides. I know that we have always had people that shout and rant about … more
1912: August 1, the San Antonio/Aransas Pass Railroad has made contract with the light company to install street lights at their crossings at Wallace, Water, College, and Hamilton Streets. Also a … more
Dear Terry: The Gonzales Main Street Advisory Board Inc. wishes to express our appreciation for The Gonzales Inquirer’s support of the 2019 Concert Series and Star Spangled Spectacular. Your … more
I would like to thank all the kids that took part in our 4th of July parade and the judges that had the hard job of picking the winners, they were all so good. I would also like to thank my … more
Dear Editor,   To lessen some confusion after a recent article, I would offer the following comments. The work in process to restructure the county’s EMS system is a joint project … more
We had a real clean race. No provisional votes, no over-votes, no spoiled ballots or rejected ballots. The air conditioning malfunctioned at the Waelder Community center where we were stationed … more
Last Saturday morning I learned a bunch of things and need to pass ‘em on to you and I’ve relearned some things too. Let the cell phone ring on. Don’t try to one-handed find … more
I begin with a correction to my April 8 school board comments. I have since learned that regular school bus drivers earned a raise last year. I apologize for the mistake and am glad to hear that … more
To Gonzales and City Council: If there is going to be a FLOAT FEST in Gonzales ever, read C-3 CANCELS ITS PLANS FOR A MARFA MUSIC FESTIVAL IN 2020. Marfa, as a community, is going to PRE-PLAN … more
Editor: Labels labels, it seems that we always want to assign labels to everyone. Whether it is race, religion, political party, or other associations people seem to want to label it and diss the … more
Dear Editor, A little math about Gonzales’s budget and the rollback issue. Divide $27,000,000 by Gonzales population (7,628) and that equals 3,539.591 (rounded). That is $3,529.60 for … more
There are a few points I would like to address. First, the rollback election is only about revenue, “money.” Pure and simple. It has nothing to do with anything else. No one wants to pay … more
My Fellow Gonzales Citizens: Today we find ourselves in a struggle. Throughout this campaign regarding the roll back of the city’s tax rate, I have been frustrated by the infighting and … more
Good afternoon: Six years ago in October 2013 when the Museum was cleaned for the first time, the City Council voted for it to be cleaned again in 6-7 years. (You will have to listen to the audio … more
Dear Editor, My name is Donald E. Page, Jr. and I am a member of the Gonzales Taxpayers Association (GTA). I want to start by saying that I love Gonzales! It is rich in history and beauty. I live … more
Thank you for paying for my groceries at the beginning of the month. I really appreciate her for paying it. Editor’s note: The Inquirer received a phone call from a reader currently in … more
To the citizens of Gonzales: For several years prior to 2017, the City of Gonzales had engaged in the practice of keeping the property tax as low as possible. In fact, the current rate in Gonzales … more
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