Special Election to Take Place after City Commissioner Resigns
WESLACO – A local city commissioner has resigned amid a bribery investigation, which leaves a vacant seat for the position.
Jerry Tafolla, Weslaco city commissioner, pleaded guilty to bribery in connection to a $38 million contract to rehabilitate the city’s water treatment facilities.
A special election to fill the seat is set for July 16.
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