Thursday, July 12, 2018


THERE ARE NO LIMITS TO HOW FAR FOR PAY MONTOYA WILL GO WITH LIES AND DECEPTION

UPDATE:

Because I believe my readers should be allowed to read the by-laws and form their own opinion I called the GBIC for a copy.  They are not available on line.  I was told I would have to do an open records request which could take 10 business days.  What are they hiding?


Montoya is making a stink about Brownsville  Community Improvement Corporation (BCIC) by-laws being misused in the lawsuit.  Do not trust me, read the lawsuit and decide if there is an ounce of truth about Montoya' assertions.

THE BV HIDES NOTHING FROM ITS READERS

Click for 2017 GBIC by-laws.  Gilbert Salinas responded immediately even though under the rules he did not have to.  His actions are helping to set the record straight.


You can click above to read the entire 2017, by-laws or read the above.  There is no substantive difference between 2013 and 2017, as to whether the position exists.  You now know why Mike Hernandez ordered Montoya to print the lie and not allow you to see the by-laws.

ORIGINAL POST

The information I was made privy to was a compare and contrast to the old and new GBIC by laws.  Montoya's tell that he is lying is the fact he fails to quote the new by laws or publish them so his troll readers can determine for themselves if there is a difference between the old and new by laws.

The BV used the older by laws because they were easier to read on the issue, but the 2017 by laws are the same on the issue as to whether they can hire an Executive Director.

From the 2017 by laws:

Section 4.05
The President shall be the principal executive officer of the corporation and shall in general supervise and control all of the business and affairs of the corporation. [this means De Leon and not Lozoya]

The appointment is for one year.

Section 4.02
Each officer shall hold office for a term of one (1) year, subject to reappointment,  - the contract signed by Lozoya is well beyond one year.

I only have snippets of the 2017 by laws.  I cannot find it on line. I am trying to get it to do a better analysis.

But on these two by laws  from 2017, Cesar de Leon is the Executive Officer.  Further no officer an serve more than one year.

Now this issue is just about whether the position even exists.  Now how about you trolls demand Montoya publish the 2017 changes which show a different result.

THEN THERE IS THE TOMA ACTION

There is no issue that had the Board authorized Cesar de Leon to negotiate a contract in general he was free to negotiate the contract and then bring it to the board.  But the by laws do not provide for this position - so it would appear on the limited information I have.

The June 21st notice which did not put the public on notice they intended to vote on an Executive Director and then authorize Cesar to negotiate the contract.


The Texas Supreme Court case law on this is black and white.  Montoya cannot defeat this clear failure to comply with TOMA so he pretends it does not exist.

First the law as handed down by the Texas Supreme Court.

"The Board did not provide full and adequate notice, particularly where the subject slated for discussion was one of special interest to the public. Selection of a new school superintendent is not in the same category as ordinary personnel matters and a label like "personnel" fails as a description of that subject."

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