Hi folks, hope all is well, plenty hot for me now, hope your not getting over heated, it can happen before you know it, so stay hydrated. T...
Really pretty morning here in central Texas, but gets cold and possibly wet Monday. We had about 350 reported wrecks in Austin Friday due...
My good friend, Ken, sent me a text this morning @ 4:30amish, from the ranch @ Sanderson, and said the wind had turned to the n/w, and coo...
Ps, thanks to: http://terlinguajim.blogspot.com/ Jim for joing this mess, I appreciate you one and all. Suerte
My good friend Jeff, and I about 12 miles north of Hiway 90 at the last washout on Pandale road, it took about 45 minutes to maneuver t...
Wow, what a incredibly busy last three weeks I've had. I need some rest! I'm bound and determined to get some this week sometime, i...
This is what we first encountered when we left the river crossing, no barricades, or anything to indicate the road was washed out,. ...
Wow...... we came into Marathon after buying gas in Mason, needing 33 gallons, it was very painful, but it is what it is, when we went back,...
Well, it's been a while since I have had time to post, have been tied up with work, and my daughter and granddaughter, and I worked in a...
The heat is on here in central Texas once again. I was hoping for some relief, in the form of a 2 inch rain, but not!. Weather man says ho...
Thursday, September 6, 2012
CITY COUNCIL MEETING TONIGHT
Turns out, that the city has immunity from tort claims, except in the case of death or physical harm.
So, when the city secretary called me with the news yesterday, I fired off an e-mail to the City Manager, and cc'd the Mayor, and all city council members, informing them of how pitifully sorry I thought their claim of no responsibility was.
So at any rate, I'm going to the council meeting tonight to plead for relief, don't expect to get any, but they'll all know my name when we leave anyway.
Have been thinking of trying to locate and involve all damaged parties in this debacle, and OCCUPY the next council meeting if this does not work. Reportedly about 80 homes were involved.
Thanks to a new follower of this mess:
Sunnybrook Farms, he has a great blog, and I enjoy it as well.