To the editor:
I own a strip center in Greenville. Has anyone in Greenville questioned the fact that businesses in Greenville are dying? Could the reason be because of the elected and appointed officials in Greenville and how they conduct business? Could it be the buddy system (where everybody knows everybody else)?
My problem started with some previous tenants. I was treated unjustly and unfairly. They were allowed to vandalize my building by a Greenville judge and the Greenville Police Department. Not one person, including the city manager, the Hunt County DA, or any other official will answer my phone calls, emails, or certified letters.
I sent DA Nobie Walker a certified letter. That is what other officials said I should do. The District Attorney, Nobie Walker, will not and has not responded to my pleas for help. They refuse to address any of these issues. Why would anyone want to own commercial property in Greenville or pay taxes which pay officials like the city manager and Greenville’s Police Department?
Is there any organization in Greenville that cares enough to question what’s happening in their city? Does anyone have the authority to ask for an investigation concerning what’s really going on with elected officials and those placed into office in Greenville?
I’ve found only three people who cared enough to talk to me. Senator Bob Deuell and Representative Dan Flynn from District 2. Detective Conner, a 23 year veteran from the City of Rockwall Police Department, who investigated a personal death threat against me and is very familiar with the goings-on of Hunt County. Why can’t someone give him a call?
Commercial Property Owner
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Health services kudos
I am writing this letter of appreciation because two weeks ago I had my second knee replacement surgery within six months.
Kill the YMCA project
In addressing the city council on July 8th, YMCA board president Andy Bench made a bold and highly questionable claim that raised a red flag in my mind. He referenced the alleged financial commitment made by The Greenville Independent School District to help pay for his proposed $15 million taxpayer funded YMCA.
Applaud Court’s return to interpretive sanity
I applaud the Supreme Court’s return to Constitutional interpretive sanity in its recent finding in favor of Hobby Lobby and other closely held companies, to decline to pay for certain medications that they believe violate their religious beliefs.
Take care of children crossing over border
The beautiful little Hispanic children coming across the border from Mexico and South America…
Not too late to stop proposed YMCA center
n your Wednesday edition, reporter Brad Kellar briefly touched on the comments of Dr. Jerry Ransom at Tuesday’s city council meeting.
Perkins should abstain from YMCA vote
What if you were a judge? What if you were also Board President of a non profit organization?
Say no to YMCA on Tuesday
An April 28, 2013 ad in the Herald Banner stated that the YMCA/Event Center bond would only add an additional 2.5 cents to the Greenville property tax rate.
When I moved back to Greenville after living 17 years in South Texas, I took the advice of my friend, Dr. Bill Thorn, who advised me to become an expert in some field. It didn’t matter what.
Freedom of religion
Texas Constitution and the YMCA
Thanks to Park & Rec
Thank you Kimber Patterson, Brett Quarles and the staff of Greenville Parks and Recreation for the outstanding job you do for our community.
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