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The Unfolding Transformation of a City

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I said it in October 2019, and I made no mistake. Mayor Ambrosio Hernandez MD has been spectacular as mayor for the residents of Pharr Texas. He came precisely at a time when an individual of his magnitude was needed.

In October of 2019 we dedicated a front page and wrote an article titled “The unfolding transformation of a city”. What a great title for a great leader who has not lost his commitment and vision for forging a better future for Pharr and the region.

On January 29, 2022, the partners that created the Natatorium celebrated the official ribbon-cutting ceremony to declare this magnificent aquatic facility is open for business. The Natatorium is a prime example of a three-way commitment to sharing costs while seeking a shared goal. This partnership was in coordination with the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and the Pharr-San Juan-Alamo Independent School District. A great example of how important things get accomplished when multiple entities put aside territorial tendencies and come together to deliver for the greater good. More in this issue.

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I hope he is successful. Attorney General Ken Paxton filed comments urging the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to require U.S. telephone companies to curb abusive robocalls from foreign sources. Previously, the AG and 51 attorneys general successfully persuaded the FCC to shorten, by a year, the deadline for smaller telephone companies to implement similar protective measures regarding domestic robocalls. 

Congratulations Rio Grande City! Buffalo Wings and Rings received a building permit from the Rio Grande City Planning Department. The sports-oriented atmosphere will be the first of its kind in Rio Grande City servicing a growing population of 17,000+ residents. The valuation of the new building is $1.6 million, covering an area of 5,243 square feet.

Brownsville, Texas – The Texas City Management Association (TCMA) has recognized Noel Bernal, Brownsville’s City Manager, with the Administrator of the Year Award for his significant contributions to the community and local government in Texas. The announcement and presentation of the award will be made during the TCMA Annual Conference in Cedar Creek, Texas.  Big applause!

Laredo, Texas – During a Special City Council meeting, the Laredo City Council selected Samuel Keith Selman as Interim City Manager. Selman will serve as Interim City Manager on a 10-month consulting contract. This 10-month period will allow the newly elected Mayor and Council Members from the November 2021 elections to participate in the selection of a new City Manager. 

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Reserve the Date: Edwards Abstract and Title Co. has taken great strides to offer innovative services with the best, most knowledgeable, and experienced personnel in multiple locations for customer convenience, and with state-of-the-art technology such as Remote Online Notary Services. Edwards has consistently been the innovator in the title insurance industry in the South Texas region.

After 18 years and challenges posed by the pandemic over the past two years, a seat at the Forum is still a hot commodity. Edwards Abstract and Title Co. is proud to announce that the State of Real Estate Forum is scheduled for Thursday, March 10 at the McAllen Convention Center.

Enjoy!

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