City Selling Water To Oilfield
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Rocky

United States

#52 Jun 30, 2013
Thanks for the change wrote:
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The problem is there is a school and about to be another school. The other problem is 17th street has nice houses with people in them that work hard to take care of them. They also pay higher taxes to live in those nice homes. If you start trashing up their neighborhood they will move and I don't blame them. Oh and by the way I can think of at least 3 manufactured homes on 17th, they have nice yards and are maintained.
How stupid!! There are other nice houses in town, the people keep them nice, and some pay MORE taxes than on 17th street. Trash up their neighborhood, give me a break! This is the problem in C-City, some people on 17th, think they run the town just because they have a little money.
Thanks for the Change

Girard, TX

#53 Jul 1, 2013
There are a lot of people in town with nice houses and they would all fight having increased traffic as well as substandard housing. There are other areas that are not as heavily populated and without schools in the way. It's not like they are choosing it because it is close to restaurants and shopping, no such place here.
Citizzen

San Antonio, TX

#54 Jul 3, 2013
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Who had the thought to sell water to oil companies? Geulker, Hoover, Baum, Hiser?? Other cities are running very low--Rule, Haskell, Barnhart, etc. Who paid for the waterwells, pipelines to bring water in town, chemicals to add to the water? The taxpayers! And who approved the sale of water?
um, you dont think the previous Mayor didnt make some decisions on this?
ccitycares

Longview, TX

#55 Jul 4, 2013
Citizzen wrote:
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um, you dont think the previous Mayor didnt make some decisions on this?
Dakan was the lone voice asking questions , I am hoping Dakan runs for city council in my opinion Dakan always listens to the people ask questions in public studies the issues,.
ccitycares

Longview, TX

#56 Jul 4, 2013
Rocky wrote:
<quoted text>How stupid!! There are other nice houses in town, the people keep them nice, and some pay MORE taxes than on 17th street. Trash up their neighborhood, give me a break! This is the problem in C-City, some people on 17th, think they run the town just because they have a little money.
the people on 17 do run the city
ccitycares

Longview, TX

#57 Jul 4, 2013
Come into my parlor said the spider to the fly. 17th street
Carol Dakan

Abilene, TX

#58 Jul 4, 2013
Citizzen wrote:
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um, you dont think the previous Mayor didnt make some decisions on this?
I do not know why I was brought into this now, but I publicly said over a year ago, "I will never vote to sell municipal water, it is too precious". I only speak for myself.

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