A crowd of more than 40 people gathered Thursday inside the Charles T. Doyle Convention Center to hear Bob Senter, the chairman of the city’s charter review committee, explain 18 propositions that will appear on the November ballot.

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Matt deGrood worked at The Daily News as a reporter from Sept. 2016 to March 2020.

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Jose' Boix

As a member of the Texas City Charter review committee, I want to thank all folks who attended last night's meeting and share comments and questions. I want to especially thank Bob Senter and former Mayor Carlos Garza for explaining many of the specifics leading to the much needed Texas City Charter amendments.

For details of the Amendments and voting information, please link to: http://www.texas-city-tx.org/upload/page/0001/publication.pdf

Blanca Bell

Bob knows his stuff. He's also a pretty good insurance agent. Can I get a "what what !"

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