Wednesday, July 11, 2018


NURITH GALONSKY AS A BOARD MEMBER OF THE GBIC STEPS UP TO THE PLATE AND ENDS THE TOMA VIOLATIONS

For now we have a TRO.  So as the BV clearly stated without going low and getting into Mario Lozoya's personal life but staying focused on the law, Mario will not be starting work on Friday.  I would imagine he will have a private lawyer by tomorrow to learn if he can sue the GBIC.  He left his job at Toyota and for now has no job.

As this hits the San Antonio Express News I suspect Toyota will not want to deal with him.  They may even start to look into his deals.

MONTOYA LYING BECAUSE MIKE HERNANDEZ IS CRYING A RIVER

FACTS:

The GBIC By-Laws do not allow for an Executive Director.  And, all Directors are limited in terms and time.  So the contract on its face violated GBIC By Laws.  This is why a new meeting cannot fix the problem.  The job Mario Lozoya was hired for does not exist.


Compare the contract to the By Laws and ask yourself does the job exist.  Further even if the job exists, Cesar de Leon could not according to the by laws have offered the job on the 24th without a majority consent from the Board.  Here we have a black and white TOMA violation and a criminal act.  Yes we all know Saenz will do nothing, but the State Auditor can refer it to the criminal section of the AG's office.

Montoya totally refuses to even discuss that under TOMA the notice of June 21, 2018, was defective because it made no mention of hiring an Executive Director.  As to Nurith Galonsky the by laws are clear, regardless of what she may or may not have done on the 21st. Under the by laws the GBIC still had to comply with TOMA, which they did not. See 8.01 of GBIC by laws.


The by laws are clear the GBIC cannot hire an executive director.  There is nothing they can do to fix this.  Just because a past GBIC violated the by laws does not mean this one can.  Also just because the by laws in another alphabet soup economic Brownsville organization may provide for an executive director does not mean those by laws can be applied to the GBIC.  In fact based on basic statutory interpretation the fact the city chose to make the organizations different means they meant for them to be different.

I await for Mario Lozoya to sue.  If he does he better have clean hands because all of his emails will be subject to subpoenas.  

The city commission needs to act and remove Jessica Tetreau-Kalifa, Cesar de Leon, and David Betancourt from the GBIC. The new members need to fire Luis Hernandez for malpractice. If the GBIC is sued by Mario Lozoya the removed Board Members need to be brought into the lawsuit at their own expense by the new GBIC Board along with Luis Hernandez for malpractice.  

THE BV WHERE THE LAW IS CLEARLY LAID OUT WITHOUT ANY BOUGHT AND PAID FOR CORRUPTION BY MIKE HERNANDEZ -THAT'S WHAT MONTOYA IS FOR

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