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Cameron County Commissioners Court, on Oct. 5, 2009, entered into a one year Omega Speedmaster Automatic Reduced
Hernandez has long been known in the vending machine industry, supplying several governmental entities with vending machines, including the city of Brownsville andwhile he was on the City Commission.
That draws into question whether Central Vending, Coastal Vending and CV Services are one and the same business.
Hernandez also said that he didnt have a copy of the sale purchase instrument, and that his daughter had taken care of the paperwork.
Yet he could not specify which company was turned over to his daughter.
As required of public officials by state law, Hernandez filed a personal financial statement in April with the Cameron County Clerks Office. The law requires him to disclose his and his wifes financial activity for the preceding calendar year. And in June this year, meeting minutes show that Hidalgo County Commissioners Court considered renewing that contract with Norma Hernandez d/b/a CV Services.
Hernandez said his daughter, Erin H. At least some of the dates dont seem to jibe with assertions that Garcia alone owned the business, perhaps from as early as July 2009.
That company was turned over to my daughter (Erin Garcia) at least a year and a half ago. I sold it to her, he said.
Im not sure what name it was under, he said.
He continued in office, however, because city attorneys at the time Omega Speedmaster Apollo
I had no intention of running for office after that, he said. I never knew I would be a county commissioner.
Hernandezs wrecker service and embroidery businesses also had dealings with the city.
This drew criticism as long ago as 2006 that he was benefiting from his position, was in violation of the City Charter and, if the charter were to be followed, had automatically forfeited his seat because of his business dealings with the city.
"Shes aware of it," Hernandez said.
However, Hernandez maintains that neither he nor his wife, Norma Hernandez, have any interest in the vending machine contract the county has with a company called CV Services, despite public records that link the Hernandezes to that business.
He explained that the vending machine business was first known as Coastal Vending Services, then Central Vending, followed by CV Services.
Hernandez, in the past, did business as Central Vending Services and Coastal Vending Services, and Garcia does business as CV Services, an assumed name that she registered with the Cameron County Omega Speedmaster On The Moon
Commissioners Court on Omega Speedmaster Strap Sept. 30, 2010, renewed a contract through Sept. 30, 2011, with a company called Central Vending, according to the meeting agenda. The contract was signed by Erin H. Garcia.
According to the contract, CV Services pays the county a 27 percent commission from net sales.
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Clerks Office in 2008.
The Heralds investigation into the vending machine contract comes amid the newspapers ongoing review of activities relating to county elected officials.
contract with CV Services that lasted through Sept. 30, 2010; the contract had the option to renew for two additional one year terms.
Hernandez made his announcement through the Herald in September 2009. In that story, he mentions that he was running his own embroidery and vending machine businesses. The following month, CV Services, registered to daughter Erin Garcia, was awarded the vending machine contract with the county.
maintained that no conflict existed.
He denies that he deliberately removed his name from the vending machine business in order to hide ownership, saying he had no reason to do so.
Hernandez, who took office in January this year, does not dispute the countys vending machines policy but is adamant that neither he nor his wife has a contract with the county.
However, according to the Texas Secretary of States Office, which is the depository for business incorporation documents, CV Services is neither incorporated as a business nor as a limited liability company.
He said at the time that his vending machine business, Coastal Vending Services, did business with the city but that it was not a conflict because he had not entered into a contract with the city.
Hernandez said his daughter, who already has announced that she plans to seek election to public office, will have to give up the vending machine contract if she is elected.
Back about the time we had the problem with the city, right after that, I took it all out of my name " everything, Hernandez said last week.
He said he sold the business to his daughter even before he announced that he would make a run for county office.
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