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Editor - Nelson Thibodeaux

editor@localnewsonly.com Nelson is more than a 26-year resident of Colleyville. He has located his privately owned businesses in Colleyville for more than 20 years. Nelson is the founder of LNO in 2000. He served as councilman and Mayor Pro Tem of Colleyville until June 2000. Thereafter he started LNO because there was no adequate newspaper coverage. There have been two newspapers started and sold to a.) Dallas Morning News and b.) Ft. Worth Star-Telegram since the inception of LNO in 2000. However, LNO continues to be the only "hyper-Local" news source reported extensively only on news that impacts the Colleyville, Grapevine, Keller, NRH and Southlake area. Nelson has previously worked in both Television and Radio during his career.

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    Michael T. Muhm

    I applaud the forum and discussion and would hope that maybe it will lead to leadership on this important issue. It really is sad that seemingly the Texas House and Senate is incapable of providing relief for Texas taxpayers, i.e. can’t provide a “reasonable” cap on property tax appraisal increases, currently at 10%. A 4% or 5% cap would seemingly be acceptable to taxpayers AND still provide an ample supply of revenue (aka taxes) for local, school, county and state budgets to be funded. Heck, maybe these entities might even have to manage their budgets closer and really try to live a bit more on what they are given, vs. having too much money to be spent on grandeous “wants” instead of the “needs”. Honestly, if the current slate of elected folks can’t make this happen (as they were unable to in the last session) is it certainly a time for personnel changes and “fire” them at the ballot box a the next opportunity. The time to tackle the “real” issues effecting Texans is here and now…..Maybe less time can be spent on social issues (bathroom bill) and more time and effort on the pocketbook issues effecting Texas families.

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