WOODHAVEN ESTATES MASTER PLAN COMMUNITY PRESENTATION AT WCCC. LANDOWNER PRESENTATION BY CHARLES EUGENE CAMPBELL.

Meeting held on Tuesday, November 25, 2014, 9:00AM at Waller County Commissioner Court.


Charles Cambell has been buying large tracts of raw land near the proposed Disney Longhorn Park on FM 1488. One of the HSR expansion routes under review would serve the area.
The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) are preparing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for a 240-mile high-speed rail project from Dallas to Houston proposed by the Texas Central High-Speed Railway, LLC (TCR)
At this stage in the development of the EIS, input is being sought from the public, and federal, state, and local agencies on the proposed alignment alternatives for the project.  This process, called scoping, consists of agency coordination/scoping meetings and public scoping meetings.
Please plan to attend one of our six public scoping meetings listed at the right to learn more about this 240-mile high speed rail project  proposed by the Texas Central High-Speed Railway, LLC (TCR). These meetings are similar to an earlier set of scoping meetings held in late October in other locations.
FRA and TxDOT welcome all comments from interested individuals, organizations, or businesses regarding alternative alignments and station locations, as well as any significant social, economic, or environmental impacts related to the Dallas to Houston High-Speed Rail project.
Public comments will be accepted throughout the EIS Process and those received by January 9, 2015 will be included in a scoping report.
For more information, please contact Michael Johnsen, Federal Railroad Administration, Michael.johnsen@dot.gov or 202-493-1310, visit the project website at www.DallasHoustonHSR.com, or call us toll-free at 844-541-1875

Register of Actions Case No. 13-03-21872 CITY OF HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS v. WALLER COUNTY, TEXAS, COUNTY JUDGE GLENN BECKENDORFF, COMMISSIONER FRANK POKLUDA, COMMISSIONER STAN KITZMAN, COMMISSIONER JERON BARNETT, COMMISSIONER JOHN AMSLER, and PINTAIL LANDFILL, L.L.C.



  • DENIED. 
  • TRIAL STARTS MONDAY, DECEMBER 01, 2014, 9:00 AM

When did you negotiate the host agreement? Why didn't you have the meetings at the courthouse? Does Frank Pokluda understand that Aggravated Perjury is a felony? After Judge Delores Hargrave administered an oath, affiant testified that he has been County Commissioner for Waller County Precinct 2, since 1991. Was this done to mislead the jury?




Attorneys
DefendantAMSLER, JOHN
James P Allison
  Retained
512-482-0701(W)
  Waller, TX 77484
DefendantBARNETT, JERON
James P Allison
  Retained
512-482-0701(W)
  HEMPSTEAD, TX 77445
DefendantBECKENDORFF, GLENN
James P Allison
  Retained
512-482-0701(W)
  Katy, TX 77493-7493
DefendantKITZMAN, STAN
James P Allison
  Retained
512-482-0701(W)
  Brookshire, TX 77423
DefendantPINTAIL LANDFILL, L.L.C.
Brent W Ryan
  Retained
512-327-8111(W)
  Dallas, TX 75201
DefendantPOKLUDA, FRANK
James P Allison
  Retained
512-482-0701(W)
  Waller, TX 77484
DefendantWALLER COUNTY, TEXAS
James P Allison
  Retained
512-482-0701(W)
  HEMPSTEAD, TX 77445
PlaintiffCITY OF HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS
Arthur L Pertile, III
  Retained
713-533-3800(W)
  HEMPSTEAD, TX 77445
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OTHER EVENTS AND HEARINGS
03/20/2013Original Petition (OCA)
03/20/2013CIVIL CASE INFORMATION SHEET
03/20/2013SERVICE INFORMATION
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WALLER COUNTY, TEXAS
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BECKENDORFF, GLENN
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AMSLER, JOHN
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POKLUDA, FRANK
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BARNETT, JERON
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KITZMAN, STAN
Served03/28/2013
03/20/2013CITATION BY CERTIFIED MAIL
03/21/2013Intervention
03/21/2013Motion
Motion for Expedited Discovery
03/21/2013Temporary Restraining Order
03/21/2013Citation
Intervention
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BECKENDORFF, GLENN
Served03/25/2013

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STEVENS, WILLIAM TAYLOR-HABITUAL CRIMINAL-K/A: GARY LYNN NARRAMORE,LESLIE RAY KULA,FRANK JAMES POKLUDA,JAY JAY SMITH,DAVID EARL NIXON, RAYMOND ERIC FRY, ROSE RENEE TURNAGE FISHER, JOHNNY BRENT SWARB,

I really will track you to the gates of Hell.


Constable Smith is not telling you the whole truth.

Greetings Constable Smith, It is NOT illegal to record the conversations. I run as many as 3 video and audio recorders when I make public contact. I may need to replay the conversation at a criminal trial, in the near future. Cameras don't lie.

What Constable Herchel Smith is NOT telling you, is that he is related to Delma Flore-Smith by marriage. A half-truth is a deceptive statement that includes some element of truth. The statement might be partly true, the statement may be totally true but only part of the whole truth, or it may utilize some deceptive element, such as improper punctuation, or double meaning, especially if the intent is to deceive, evade, blame or misrepresent the truth.The purpose and or consequence of a half-truth is to make something that is really only a belief appear to be knowledge, or a truthful statement to represent the whole truth, or possibly lead to a false conclusion. According to the justified true belief theory of knowledge, in order to know that a given proposition is true, one must not only believe in the relevant true proposition, but one must also have a good reason for doing so. A half-truth deceives the recipient by presenting something believable and using those aspects of the statement that can be shown to be true as good reason to believe the statement is true in its entirety, or that the statement represents the whole truth. A person deceived by a half-truth considers the proposition to be knowledge and acts accordingly.
 

HOUSTON CHRONICLE-Hempstead ISD superintendent faces criminal charges


By Anita Hassan | June 19, 2014 | Updated: June 19, 2014 10:27pm
The embattled superintendent of the Hempstead Independent School District surrendered to authorities Thursday afternoon after being indicted on charges of falsifying her résumé.
The charges against the superintendent, Delma Flores-Smith, are the latest development in a racially charged drama that has played out since she assumed leadership of the small school system northwest of Houston 10 months ago.
A grand jury Monday indicted Flores-Smith on three counts of tampering with a government record, according to court documents. The charge is a class A misdemeanor punishable by up to one year in jail.
The indictment alleges that in January, Flores-Smith "impaired" the availability of her résumé, a government document, to former school board member Kay Kloecker, who requested it through a public information law. Flores-Smith also is accused of having presented a copy of her résumé that was not the same one on file with the school district and of having done so "with knowledge of its falsity," court documents state.
"There's nothing in the indictment that indicates what the falsity is," said Brent Mayr, Flores-Smith's attorney, saying his client is innocent. "People who are unhappy with the decisions she's making are pushing these charges."
Kloecker said she could not comment. Mayr said he had advised his client not to comment. School board members could not be reached.
The controversy in Hempstead ISD began when Flores-Smith - placed on administrative leave last week - became superintendent last August. Shortly after taking over, Flores-Smith oversaw a financial review by an independent auditor that led to the suspension of the district's business manager for allegedly steering contracts to a plumbing company owned by her husband.
Then in November, Flores-Smith made national headlines when she suspended the principal of Hempstead Middle School, Amy Lacey, for directing students over the intercom not to speak Spanish while on campus. The board later voted not to renew Lacey's contract. She has filed an appeal and is seeking a hearing before the board.
A few months later, Flores-Smith suspended the Hempstead ISD police chief, saying he failed to properly investigate the vandalism of three school buses.
Augustin Pinedo, director of the League of United Latin American Citizens Region 18, said he believes the suspension and criminal charges against Flores-Smith are backlash from officials who disagree with her decisions.
"It's like an ongoing retaliation because she got rid of these people to clean up the place," he said.
Flores-Smith turned herself in at the Waller County Jail around 4 p.m. Wednesday. She posted $1,500 bail and was released.
University of Houston criminal law professor Sandra Guerra Thompson

said courts have interpreted the state statute on government record-tampering in a way that gives it broad reach.
Using other methods
"It's been applied in situations where you wouldn't expect it to be," she said.
Thompson said that using an alleged falsity on a résumé to bring criminal charges is troubling.
"If there isn't really a good, justifiable cause for using criminal sanctions, then we should use less severe sanctions" such as through internal disciplinary action, Thompson said. "If that's enough to remedy the harm, that's what should be preferred."
Purchased a $30,000.00 sign knowing that HISD was broke!

FAILED AGAIN!

HATE TASK FORCE STARTED BY WALLER COUNTY ASSISTANT D.A. WARREN DIEPRAAM


With Waller County growth comes need for hate crime resources

FOX 26 News | MyFoxHouston

FOX 26 News | MyFoxHouston

MyFoxHouston - With some major efforts underway, the District Attorney's Office is working to stomp out the hate in Waller County.

County officials say that with the growth they are now seeing, they expect more diversity. Because of that, they're now preparing to take on those who target people who are different. Part of that effort includes a hotline and law enforcement officers who are trained to deal with the issue.

Warren Diepraam with the Waller County District Attorney's office says the program will be off the ground and running by mid-December.

Don and Betty Hart ( sister of District Judge Buddy McCaig and councilwoman Nancy Arnold)  video recording the first African-American to be elected in the City of Waller.
Waller City Councilman, Sid Johnson-biggest target of hate crimes in Waller County, Texas.

Constant harassment of FBI informant Johnson to the point of misleading him about how much he needed to pay to avoid foreclosure the next day. This is another reminder of how much hate is in the WISD and Hempstead Tax office. ALL carefully document by a citizen journalist.
Johnson and the mother of his children are not from Waller County. We should NOT allow two misfits represent the good people in Prairie View. The voters decided this by a landslide on November 04, 2014. Cedillo is from East Bernard/Rosenburg area and Johnson is a transient that spent most of his life in the Austin area.

DOJ ASKED TO REVIEW SUSPECTED HORSE SHOOTING INCIDENT IN NORTHERN WALLER COUNTY, TEXAS


Gate is open. Come on in.


No need to cut the fence. The gate is unlocked. I want to hit you in the face with a copper hammer.

KIMSEY, BRIAN RAY---A/K/A: KIMSEY, BRYAN RAY---- 28341 FM 362 NORTH WALLER. TEXAS

Houston Division Headquarters1 Justice Park Drive
Houston, TX 77092
Mail:
P.O. Box 926277
Houston, TX 77292-6277
Phone: (713) 693-5000
Fax: (713) 936-8999
E-mail: Houston.Texas@ic.fbi.gov
County: Harris, Montgomery


Bryan

3000 Briarcrest Drive, Suite 306
Bryan, TX 77802
Phone: (979) 731-0600
E-mail: Bryan.Texas@ic.fbi.gov

County: Austin, Brazos, Colorado, Fayette, Grimes, Madison, San Jacinto, Walker, and Waller
Hello Crime Fighter, it was nice to visit with you yesterday. Please send your complaint to the Bryan, Texas office. Kimsey is not allowed to be in possession of a firearm, or ammunition. Kimsey switches between Brian and Bryan to throw off Sheriff Smith's incompetent staff.