From the Town of Flower Mound website:
Administrative Suspension of Certain SUP and Oil and Gas Pipeline Permit Applications
The Flower Mound Town Manager enacted an administrative suspension of certain special use permit and oil and gas pipeline permit applications on May 10. The action was taken in response to public concerns expressed to the Town regarding such projects. The current suspension is scheduled to expire on June 8, if not formally considered by the Town Council prior to that date. View the suspension notice for additional information.
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And just last week, town councilman Mike Wallace said, given the current political climate in Flower Mound, "God help the company" that comes forward with an SUP request for a CCF.
And Williams supposedly came forward this morning, just one hour after the moratorium was enacted.
Mr. Wallace, do us all a favor and resign effective immediately. Your timing and judgment couldn't be any worse.
Runner Susan says
this is fantastic! it gives the rest of us a little hope.
Thank you Harlan Jefferson for your integrity and courage to do the right thing!
Mr. Wallace, I agree with the above post. You need to resign.
Why stop there, Mr. Dixon is best friends with the ex-Mayor pro-tem, now turned Williams high priced contract attorney. Gee, I wonder why he "served" on Town Council. The light is on, and the roaches need to scatter before we step on them and make their guts go *squishy* *squishy*.
@anon 8:06pm. Agreed. Both Wallace and Dixon need to go.
Wonder how they feel now that they've been neutered, courtesy of the voters of FM.