Recall Attempt for Edinburg Mayor Hits a Snag
EDINBURG – The clock is ticking for signatures to be gathered on a recall of Edinburg Mayor Richard Molina.
The process cannot start because the city has yet to provide the signature forms.
In a press conference, City Attorney Omar Ochoa explained the city has been examining the charter.
Ochoa says they haven’t had a recall in the last 70 years.
The charter states these forms, which are not simple fill-in-the-blank forms, must be created by the commission.
Under the Texas Open Meetings Act, items need to be added within a 72 hour period prior to the meeting.
Watch the video above for more information.
Watch the full press conference held by Edinbug City Attorney Omar Ochoa.
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