Can’t this be fixed?


We were looking at the wrong property.  The post was not correct so we are taking it down.

Our apologies.




5 Responses to Can’t this be fixed?

  1. anonymous says:

    earlier comments also need to be removed


    • Brutus says:

      Actually there is another property at the airport that was what we were thinking about in the original post.

      We just identified the wrong property.



  2. anonymous says:

    Who is the leasee?

    How much income does the city receive annually from the ground lease?

    Did the agreement include a provision requiring the leasee to commence development by a certain date?

    If the answer to the last question is yes, why has the city not sued to void the lease?


  3. JerryK says:

    The city is used to having deal terms dictated to them by prominent campaign donors and so does not understand negotiation on behalf of the tax payer.


  4. I know that logic has no place when talking about city government, but why not just sell the land to EPISD, saving them tons of bucks, and making a few for the city? And, just cancel that other long term lease, and use that land for whatever it is that the city says it “wants?”


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