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Permanent School Fund land by direct sale in Presidio County, Texas:

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SHANEA

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Not sure what this is about, but trust me, I'm looking into it...

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6. Consideration and action on applications to purchase Permanent School Fund
land by direct sale in Presidio County, Texas:
A. File No. 84748
B. File No. BEX-S-35075

GLO Meeting Feb 2 2010 Consent Docket

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SHANEA

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Re: Permanent School Fund land by direct sale in Presidio County, Texas:
« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2010, 07:40:57 PM »
Hello Mr. Allen,

I have forwarded your request to our open records attorney, Ashley Allen for a response. She should be contacting you soon. Thanks so much.

Stephanie Crenshaw
Executive Division
512-463-6556


Hi Stephanie,


Shane Allen from XYZ writing you. Can you provide me with additional details on"

6. Consideration and action on applications to purchase Permanent School Fund
land by direct sale in Presidio County, Texas:
A. File No. 84748
B. File No. BEX-S-35075

An email reply is A-Ok.

Regards,

Shane Allen


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SHANEA

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Re: Permanent School Fund land by direct sale in Presidio County, Texas:
« Reply #2 on: January 29, 2010, 02:57:33 PM »
REFLEX - It's like a "knee jerk" with me.  Anytime I discover that the GLO or TPWD or any state/federal agency is doing something out that way, my knee has a reflex and my gut tells me something is afoot.

I've been referred to the GLO Attorney on Open Records Requests matter in question regarding "what they are up to" in Presidio County.  No response as yet to emails, etc.   This is quite unusual since other requests regarding sales, etc. have been promptly and directly answered.

So, as of noon today I opend up my can of worms and contacted my various purveyors at the Austin American Statesman, Environment Texas, and the Sierra Club.  Seeing as the meeting is on Feb 2nd - three short days from now with two of those being a Sat/Sun - not much time to mobilize the big guns.   

I'm not saying that anything is afoot, but, based on precedence:
1.  TPWD - Land Sale Presidio County when a large tract of land was to be sold to John Poindexter.  Funny, haven't heard anything of or about or from him in a long time.   :eusa_think:

2.  CEMEX and the State of Texas with regards to land around the Black Gap WMA

3.  GLO and Christmas Mountains attempt to sell off.

 

 


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