CASTROVILLE — One night in mid-September, 50 people gathered in folding chairs in a gymnasium to view an impromptu PowerPoint presentation — audit reports for the Medina Valley Independent School District from years ago .
The meeting at the St. Louis Braden Keller Community Center drew longtime Castroville residents who wanted to make sure their property taxes weren’t unnecessarily high. They were responding to leaders of the new MVISD Taxpayers for Transparency who are skeptical of the school district‘s finances and operations.
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