Thursday, November 1, 2007

Mr. Ingram: Bring Your Projects to Farmers Branch!

Read this article about the experience one developer had working with the City of Dallas. It would be unbelievable, if it weren't so believable.

Think it's not important to have a City Council, City Manager, and City Staff all on the same page, with the same goals, moving in the same direction? Try telling that to Mr, Ingram, and then ask him if he's ever building another project in the city of Dallas ever again.

Mr. Ingram, I think you'd find the city of Farmers Branch far easier to deal with, with departments that are aligned and cohesive, and staff that provide honest, timely answers. We'd welcome you.

Tim Scott


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, you need to replace the fine companies you have in FB.

Exotic Car Company Raided In Farmers Branch

Stephanie Lucero

(CBS 11 News) DALLAS Imagine spending six figures on an exotic car and never receiving the vehicle.

That's what Farmers Branch police said happened to customers who bought from a company called Unique Performance.

The company restored Shelby Mustangs, a limited-edition muscle car, for a price of $200,000 per car.

Monday, police confiscated all 61 vintage cars from the company.

Many of the cars could be worthless because the vehicle identification number has been removed. Steal plates with illegitimate numbers covered up the scratched areas.

Police believe the company was involved in title-washing.

November 5, 2007 at 10:16 PM 

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