4933 La Sanbe: Rising Costs Everywhere

Monday, September 9, 2013

Rising Costs Everywhere






Trash fees, bus fare, license plate renewals, bridge crossings, recreational costs, co-pays, movie tickets, fajita plates ..........

11 comments:

A friend in need said...

Just don't make my tacos more expensive. *Or my weed.*

Anonymous said...

que huevos

KeyRose said...

Big ones.

Anonymous said...

Just wait,, if billion dollar bond issues pass at LCC and UISd

All businesses will raise prices on everything.


Hold onto your wallets taxes are going to skyrocket as well.

KeyRose said...

Time to start ordering from the dollar menu.

Et tu Rosse said...

Que dollar menu, start using the kitchen!

Anonymous said...

What losers still get the LMT delivered to their home? There ain't nothing in that rag.

Anonymous said...

Is there a chance that anybody's going to nail Danny .valdez for his complicity in the Rio Bravo/El Cenizo water debacle. Word has it that he was told about this months ago and the report just sat on his desk, ignored, while he wrangled cushy county jobs for his compadres.

Pretty damned criminal if you ask me.,,

Anonymous said...

Unbelievable that The City keeps raising fees everywhere to generate income King Carlos claims his kingdom needs. Oiga Rey Carlos - how much income is the city of Laredo receiving for the empty Plaza Movie Theatre, the empty Southern Hotel building, and the empty El Portal mall? And half a million dollars suspiciously paid to a San Antonio architecture firm for doing absolutely nothing other than provide perks for King Carlos and his council of puppets??

We taxpayers deserve answers and not increased fees.

KeyRose said...

Would be cool to have pictures of Kell-Munoz and city officials partying up in San Antonio or elsewhere, but we don't.

Anonymous said...

Munoz is the head of the VIA Board-transit bus system- and he's embarking in throwing away 200 MILLION dollars on building a trolley system in downtown San Antonio. That's only to destroy streets, lay rail lines and screw up traffic. It will cost another 70 Million dollars a year to operate, most of the time carrying a handful of people. The buses carry five or ten passengers. They just bought the long buses, each costing over a hundred thousand dollars. WASTE, WASTE.
What he did for Laredo, now he does for San Antonio.

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