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Publisher’s Word: A Bank That Believes in Strong Leadership

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“You’ve been a blessing to us. I believe God played a big part in everything we do,” said David Deanda. Those are the words of David Deanda, he is the President of Lone Star National Bank, thanking customers and the Creator for the bank’s success.

From its inception, Lone Star National Bank has prioritized its participation with the community and year after year supports organizations of all kinds. They believe that education is a way to a better future. They are also committed to helping commercial businesses, residential construction and development and small businesses in every way possible.

“I can tell you that an organization is nothing without strong leadership.” He said, “Our bank has a strong board of directors and one that is committed to expanding in the Rio Grande Valley.” Read the rest of the story inside.

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Mission – The Board of Trustees of the Mission Consolidated Independent School District adopted a property tax rate that is 6 cents lower than the previous year. 

“The Board of Trustees has been very supportive of our efforts to not just maximize state funding for the district, but to also work many efficiencies into our operations.  This is enabling us to improve upon our services to students, while minimizing the impact on our taxpayers,” said Dr. Carol G. Perez. Read details inside.

McAllen – Rhodes Enterprises unveiled their new retail and commercial development within their Master Planned Tres Lagos Community. The Shoppes at Tres Lagos will consist of over 70,000 square-feet of leasable commercial and retail space. 

“We are excited to announce today that Rhodes Enterprises is going to develop a Class A retail and commercial center within our beautiful Tres Lagos Master Planned community. There will be future phases that will bring additional retail and commercial spaces in the years ahead,” stated Nick Rhodes, President /CEO Rhodes Enterprises. Learn more inside.

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Pharr – Dr. Jorge L. Arredondo became Superintendent of the Pharr-San Juan-Alamo Independent School District (PSJA ISD) in October 2019. With more than 32,000 students, the school district is among the largest in the Rio Grande Valley. He said, “I’m thankful and honored to serve the Pharr, San Juan, Alamo community. I love that we work together.” He wanted to know, “How do we want to transform ourselves as a district to compete and do well?” As he says, the superintendent and the seven board members can have one vision, but it’s also vital that everyone gets an opportunity to have input in the vision. Learn more inside.

Brownsville – An international customs broker, MMLC Holdings/AMFCO Logistics, will expand its operations by constructing a facility at the Greater Brownsville Incentives Corporation (GBIC) North Brownsville Industrial Park (NBIP) located off Paredes Line Rd. 

“This tract of land has been undeveloped for far too long and not produced tax revenue for the city or much needed employment for the Brownsville community. Now, not only will it produce tax revenue, but also add additional workforce to the local economy,” stated Helen Ramirez. More inside.  

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