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Monday, March 7, 2016

City of Ingram Texas - Incompetence or Malice?? Update on the Heights of Kerrville Stalker

There's a good quote, source unknown: "Never ascribe to malice that which is adequately explained by incompetence."

I've been working for several months on a lawsuit involving the City of Ingram's mismanagement of its wastewater system. I represent a local businessman that the city singled out for prosecution last year for not applying to connect to its new wastewater system. The city would charge him $5,000 for the connection fee, but it has allowed dozens of other businesses to connect for $25.00. The city's excuse, made in a federal lawsuit, is that those are not really businesses, they are something called "USDA residential." Well, here are pictures of some of those "residences" :

There are literally dozens of businesses the city has allowed to connect for free. That is costing the city thousands and thousands of dollars.  So - is it incompetence or malfeasance? 

Update on the Heights of Kerrville Stalker

The retired prick lawyer (some would say that's redundant) who thinks he and his shrill harridan of a wife own all 300 acres of the Heights of Kerrville have now begun harassing people outside their exclusive enclave. They accost people - especially women - on Coronado, and tell them they better not dare cross into their precious territory. They told one lady that "they" are now shooting dogs there. Not sure who "they" is. That is a dangerous thing to do in Texas. 


  1. Didn't Ingram recently have a rash of resignations in local government? I don't recall the KDT reporting on the circumstances. Is it tied to this issue.

  2. yes - Mayor Salter, city marshal (or police chief), assistant police chief and city manager all resigned within about a week of each other. What are they running from?