Tag: Harlingen

Harlingen Swears-In First Female Mayor

Since there is a new mayor, what happens with the past mayors emails? The ones not on government server? The Texas Attorney General has a complaint on such this question. Copied directly from the City of Harlingen: 05/18/2022 “Harlingen, Texas– Harlingen City Commissionerstonight canvassed the votes of the […]

Can Uribe Overcome Disinformation/Misinformation Campaign in Run-Off Election?

Richard Urbie is up for re-election, but this past year has caused quite a stir. There have been many changes to the City of Harlingen government landscape. Most recently, longtime Mayor Boswell was upended by a historical event. Now Commissioner Uribe is set to have a run-off election […]

Good Faith? Amended Petition on Terminated Valley International Airport Police Chief

On April 20, 2022, John David Osborne, the prior Valley International Airport (VIA) Police Chief amended his petition. Now he claims he is a protected informant of the “Texas Whistleblower Act.” Now Mr. Osborne will have to show, per Texas Government Code 554.0004, the following: Sec. 554.004. BURDEN […]

Prior Harlingen Valley International Airport (VIA) Police Chief Claims Retaliation After Providing Information to Harlingen Commissioner

On December 27, 2021, a lawsuit was filed in the 455th District Court of Travis County. The lawsuit styled John David Osborne, JR. v. Valley International Airport, and the City of Harlingen goes into claims that Mr. Osborne was retaliated against for his attempt to investigate a crime. […]

City of Harlingen Contradicts Commissioner Uribe’s Comments Which Removed Prior City Manager Daniel Serna

In a prior City of Harlingen Commissioners Meeting, Commissioner Richard Uribe made declaration that the City of Harlingen turned over medical records of a police officer to a “criminal.” Specifically quoted in the Valley Morning Star is the following: “Uribe also cited a case in which the city […]

Why Would the City of Harlingen Open Records Unit Claim to Not Have Records the Legislative Body Confirmed Existed in Open Meeting?

On February 4, 2022, we requested the information discussed in the Harlingen Commissioners Meeting which occurred on or about February 10, 2022. The matter was first reported by the Valley Morning Star. The request for information was made due to a prior Harlingen Commissioners Meeting. We requested any […]

Did you know Convicted Cameron County DA Villalobos Had Security Business with Prior City of Kyle Councilman Villalobos?

On May 6, 1992, Armando Villalobos who was the prior District Attorney in Cameron County until he was convicted of racketeering activities and prior City of Kyle Councilman Alexander Villalobos founded an incorporation called Intrepid Intel Research. Prior to Alex Villalobos being elected to represent the City of […]

2 Areas of Texas Connected by One Police Chief (Cameron County & Hays County)

Recently, a citizen filed two Petitions for Mandamus Relief in two separate District Courts. The first, was filed in the Cameron County District Court and provides for a clear connection to the second filing in the Hays County District Court. The first mandamus alleges members of the City […]

The City of Harlingen Fires its Retired Police Commander from his Airport Police Chief Job

First reported by the Valley Morning Star, Valley International Airport (VIA) Police Chief John David Osborne was fired from his job as the top official of a small, nine member, department under the control of the City of Harlingen. In the Valley Morning Star’s publishing the following is […]

Default Judgement Motion Filed in Lawsuit Involving the City Manager of Harlingen

On November 3, 2021, a motion for a hearing to confirm a default judgement on the City Manager Gabriel Gonzalez was filed in the 404th District Court of Cameron County. The motion comes as Mr. Gonzalez has not answered the lawsuit served on him through the service provided […]

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