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September 4, 2013 Message from President

 



"The long interim since our last post reflects the lack of positive movement toward the REA's goal of buying the Rexene plant from FHR and restarting it for the benefit of the REA and their larger community. FHR is again studying the options of restarting the plant or remediating the site. We remain prepared to offer a fair price for the assets and help FHR avoid the costly process of remediation. Based on our membership's intimate and long term familiarity with the plant, we continue to believe that FHR underestimates those costs. Economic conditions we predicted years ago favor, if not demand that the plant be restarted as an integral piece of the booming Odessa community. Frankly, we cannot understand the calculus that could reach any other conclusion. Though a less desirable alternative to purchasing the facility to restart it, I, as REA chairman will encourage our membership to help FHRrestart it, again avoiding the immediate and substantial costs of remediation. In either event the REA provides the only safe and profitable long term exit strategy for FHR, and we are frustrated in our apparent inability to communicate these benefits to FHR.


          On another front, The REA membership may have an opportunity to apply their expertise and experience to olefin and polyolefin operations in the Bakken. Participation in this opportunity will be discussed at our next board meeting. We will also vote to fill positions for the expiring board seats. We welcome nominations from the floor. Retirees, workers and former workers at the Odessa site, including RexTac, are eligible for membership in our organization. You need only register to be a member. We urge your participation in our efforts to bring this vital industry back to life in the Odessa community."

 

Best regards

Michael DeShazo

June 10, 2012 - Message from President

 

This is a series of emails shared by the President

 

 

FW: REXENE PLASTICS AND POLYMERS, INC. INDICATION OF INTEREST; PURCHASE OF FHR ODESSA ASSETS

 

 

1 message

Michael DeShazo <michaelddeshazo@rexene.net> Tue, Jun 12, 2012 at 6:55 PM To: rexene.emp@gmail.com

 

The below email string provides you information on where we are with FHR. The REA will continue to work closely with our legal team and financial advisors to acquire the Odessa complex. We will make an unsolicited bid June 25th .

 

Best regards, Michael DeShazo

Rexene Employee Association 1109 Garnet Ave. Odessa, Texas 79761-2929

michaelddeshazo@rexene.net www.rexene.net Ph.# 432-337-8355 Cell # 432-559-8335

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From: Personey, Glenn [mailto:Glenn.Personey@fhr.com] Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2012 5:03 PM To: 'Michael DeShazo' Cc: Sementelli, Tony; Personey, Glenn Subject: RE: REXENE PLASTICS AND POLYMERS, INC. INDICATION OF INTEREST; PURCHASE OF FHR ODESSA ASSETS

Mr. DeShazo,

Thank you for your message. However, Flint Hills Resources is not interested in pursuing discussions with the REA.

Regards,

Glenn Personey Flint Hills Resources

From: Michael DeShazo [mailto:michaelddeshazo@rexene.net] Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2012 3:11 PM To: Personey, Glenn; Sementelli, Tony Subject: RE: REXENE PLASTICS AND POLYMERS, INC. INDICATION OF INTEREST; PURCHASE OF FHR ODESSA ASSETS

Gentlemen: I write on behalf of the Rexene Employee Association (“REA”). Mr. Personey’s email to Bill Gilliam and Bryan Verona of June 8, 2012, has dismayed our association and its members. We have taken the weekend to confer with each other and prepare this response. Our bottom line is that we cannot understand why FHR wants to discourage our competition in the purchase of the Rexene assets.

We have allied ourselves with Mr. Gilliam because we share a common vision for the long-term viability of the Rexene plant, and he has demonstrated the knowledge and ability to put that vision into an economic reality. That vision is centered on the restart of the entire plant, including the high pressure low density polyethylene assets. We also envision a cooperative relationship with RexTac’s polyproplylene operations. We have assumed that FHR shares that vision because long-term viability of all the Rexene assets appears to us to be in FHR’s interest as well.

We know from bitter experience that many of those who have expressed interest in the plant do not share that vision. Instead, they are interested in the short-term and cyclical profits of the commodities market in polyethylene and\or the gas processing operations, but they neglect the need for long-term operations. In particular, we have learned that most non-passive financial investors are not interested in the plastics business on a long-term basis. In addition, they lack the basic expertise and experience to restart the plant in a timely and economic fashion.

It is not clear that Mr. Personey directed his email to the REA, but we have taken it as such because as everyone knows we have allied ourselves with Mr. Gilliam and our common vision for the plant. We believe Mr. Gilliam’s input in the venture is necessary, regardless of his title or job description. Actions designed to separate the REA from Mr. Gilliam are ill-conceived and will fail.

We are aware that FHR has questioned our group’s ability to raise the funds necessary to make a substantive offer to purchase the plant. This is a misperception. At the time of Mr. Personey’s email we were raising the necessary funds. In fact, we have TODAY a joint venturer that is willing to provide the funding necessary to comply with FHR’s bid requirements and restart the plant, if only we get basic due diligence to confirm our cost and timing estimates. We hired Shaw Engineering for that purpose, and FHR has denied them access to the plant.

We ask that FHR reconsider its decision to deny us access to the plant and allow us to bid. In fact, we intend to bid in any event, although FHR’s denial of access has hamstrung our effort to meet FHR’s conditions.

As I said earlier, I speak on behalf of the REA. The Board has unanimously supported the comments I have expressed. We believe that the individual members of the REA also support these sentiments. We further expect the Odessa community will

support our efforts and will share our dismay in FHR’s actions to preclude our bid and award the plant to a financier who cannot restart the plant without our assistance and whose plans for the facility are inconsistent with our hard-earned beliefs as to its long-term future.

We will make ourselves available at your convenience to discuss these issues.

 

Best regards, Michael DeShazo

Chairman Rexene Employee Association 1109 Garnet Ave. Odessa, Texas 79761-2929

michaelddeshazo@rexene.net www.rexene.net Ph.# 432-337-8355 Cell # 432-559-8335

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From: Personey, Glenn [mailto:Glenn.Personey@fhr.com] Sent: Friday, June 08, 2012 7:42 AM To: 'William Jeffrey Gilliam' Cc: 'JNickens@mcguirewoods.com'; 'Michael D. DeShazo'; 'nathan@sunrisecorp.com'; 'Bryan Verona'; Personey, Glenn Subject: RE: REXENE PLASTICS AND POLYMERS, INC. INDICATION OF INTEREST; PURCHASE OF FHR ODESSA ASSETS

Mr. Gilliam,

After careful consideration, FHR has decided that it will not entertain any further discussions regarding the Odessa assets with you and the people you represent.

Regards,

Glenn Personey Flint Hills Resources

From: William Jeffrey Gilliam [mailto:wjgilliam@rexene.net] Sent: Thursday, June 07, 2012 9:36 AM To: Personey, Glenn Cc: JNickens@mcguirewoods.com; 'Michael D. DeShazo'; nathan@sunrisecorp.com; Bryan Verona Subject: RE: REXENE PLASTICS AND POLYMERS, INC. INDICATION OF INTEREST; PURCHASE OF FHR ODESSA ASSETS

Glenn:

We are baffled by your response. Rexene Plastics and Polymers has been the vehicle for our proposals from the beginning of our discussions with FHR years ago with FHR two years ago.

Mindful of your desire to have a no DD outs bid, we have done as much offsite analysis as possible with major EPCs, and a $500,000 due diligence assignment has been authorized and funded with Shaw and RefChem. We are most serious about winning this auction. At no time has there been a change of leadership or REA sponsorship. Admittedly, we have adapted to changing circumstances and have had different means of financing our proposals and different advisers from time to time . My email to you did not represent a "change," much less a change of "this magnitude." We are seeking only: 1) to get our engineers (Shaw and RefChem) on-site and working now and 2) to inform you of a new opportunity with XXXXX that allows us to expand our proposal. To avoid any confusion, Vanadium is part of and supports this proposal. For the proposal that we will make by June 25, our spokesmen are Gilliam (925-451-5350), JC Nickens (713-353-6668), or Nathan Low (212-421-1616), each of whom is available at your convenience.

We are serious about winning your auction with the active participation and support of the REA and other interested local parties.

Signed by:

Bill Gilliam, JC Nickens, Michael DeShazo, Nathan Low and Bryan Verona

From: Personey, Glenn [mailto:Glenn.Personey@fhr.com] Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2012 9:26 AM To: 'William Jeffrey Gilliam'

https://mail.google.com/mail/h/2dg56kifffbj/?&v=pt&th=137e31fc4276a965

Cc: 'JNickens@mcguirewoods.com'; 'Michael D. DeShazo'; 'nathan@sunrisecorp.com'; Personey, Glenn Subject: RE: REXENE PLASTICS AND POLYMERS, INC. INDICATION OF INTEREST; PURCHASE OF FHR ODESSA ASSETS

Dear Mr Gilliam,

Thank you for the inquiry.

Unfortunately the process is too far advanced to accommodate a change of this magnitude.

Regards,

Glenn Personey Flint Hills Resources

From: William Jeffrey Gilliam [mailto:wjgilliam@rexene.net] Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2012 4:14 PM To: Personey, Glenn Cc: JNickens@mcguirewoods.com; 'Michael D. DeShazo'; nathan@sunrisecorp.com Subject: REXENE PLASTICS AND POLYMERS, INC. INDICATION OF INTEREST; PURCHASE OF FHR ODESSA ASSETS

Glenn,

I am writing to advise FHR that Rexene Plastics and Polymers, Inc. (“RP&P”) intends to submit an “indication of interest (as defined in FHR’s May 25th letter)” for the purchase of the FHR Odessa assets. We would like to sign necessary confidentiality or other agreements which may differ from the

agreements signed previously by RP&P , Constellation Asset Management , or Vanadium. We are in the process of retaining Shaw/Stone & Webster Engineering and RefChem to verify capital budget and timing estimates that RP&P will rely upon in support of its June 25th “indication of interest.”

RP&P is discussing a possible joint venture with XXXXXXXXXXX of Houston Texas regarding the

supply of feedstocks . RP&P hopes this proposed arrangement will enable it to bid for all of the assets described in FHR’s May 25th letter. We request that Shaw/Stone & Webster, RefChem and XXXXXXXX be included in any CA arrangements pertaining to RP&P’s indication of interest .We further ask that FHR arrange for both site access and data room access for RP&P, Shaw/Stone & Webster, RefChem and XXXXXX.

RP&P is investing considerable resources in pre-June 25th due diligence costs to meet the criteria in FHR’s May 25th letter.

I look forward to your response.

Bill Gilliam

 

February 4, 2012 - Message from the President 

 

The REA began the effort to purchase the Rexene plant from FHR in late 2008. At the time FHR had announced its decision to shutter the plant and begin the tricky and expensive process of "green fielding" the location. FHR sought a Municipal Settings Designation (MSD) to relieve it of certain expensive obligations in the green fielding process. Initially, FHR publically ridiculed the REA's plan for restarting the plant as economically unfeasible. The REA plan was developed with the specialized knowledge of the REA and Rexene's former chief and substantial outside capital. After many exchanges of views, the REA and the New Rexene management team were able to convince FHR that the plan was feasible and provided an outstanding opportunity for a long-term asset for Odessa. The REA supported FHR's application for the MSD based on the FHR's commitment to sell the plant to the REA as the long term stewards of this site. We cannot help but wonder at this stage whether the REA's support was misplaced. A full year has passed since FHR committed to sell the facility. We understand that FHR now intends to reconfigure a portion of the plant site to a crude oil transportation operation. This is, at its best, not the long term solution the REA and other Odessans were seeking for the use of the site. FHR has told the REA that it is still considering the sale of the plant and adequate capital for the purchase and initial start up expenses is available, but there is no apparent timetable for FHR's decision. Every day that passes makes the job of restarting the plant more difficult.

 

Recognition of our continued desire to complete a deal by FHR will be followed by 30-45 days of intense due diligence and a rapid closure. We stand ready to do a deal and are told that FHR has made no decision on disposition of the site.

 

 

 

Best regards,

 

Michael D.DeShazo

 

 



October 15, 2011 - Message from the President

 

Scuttlebutt has FHR planning to modify the tubes on the high pressure plant to increase output, eliminate the EVA’s (not a bad idea in the tube plant and it simplifies olefins by eliminating the need to send the recycle back to olefin plant). By focusing their product on the commodity markets and modifying the plants to manufacture the maximum amount of polymer at a minimum cost FHR will be able to profit from the stranded ethane in the basin. This condition remains as long as the ethane price remains low, which has been fleeting in the past. Of course commodity PE prices will also have to remain up, which in turn will depend on the competition.

 

Rexene’s plan on the other hand focuses on the specialty markets. Our plan, In contrast to that of FHR’s, provides for better long term prospects for stable profitability in niche markets that are more suitable for the plant facilities. Opportunities in niche markets will allow Rexene to add capacity over time.

 

Our business plan will require Rexene to play an active role in the industrial development of the basin. We ask Koch to see us as reliable and safe stewards of the complex site. This is our membership’s home and the environmental health of the site is very important to us all.

 

 

Best regards,

Michael D.DeShazo

October 15, 2011 - Message from the President

 

Scuttlebutt has FHR planning to modify the tubes on the high pressure plant to increase output, eliminate the EVA’s (not a bad idea in the tube plant and it simplifies olefins by eliminating the need to send the recycle back to olefin plant). By focusing their product on the commodity markets and modifying the plants to manufacture the maximum amount of polymer at a minimum cost FHR will be able to profit from the stranded ethane in the basin. This condition remains as long as the ethane price remains low, which has been fleeting in the past. Of course commodity PE prices will also have to remain up, which in turn will depend on the competition.

 

Rexene’s plan on the other hand focuses on the specialty markets. Our plan, In contrast to that of FHR’s, provides for better long term prospects for stable profitability in niche markets that are more suitable for the plant facilities. Opportunities in niche markets will allow Rexene to add capacity over time.

 

Our business plan will require Rexene to play an active role in the industrial development of the basin. We ask Koch to see us as reliable and safe stewards of the complex site. This is our membership’s home and the environmental health of the site is very important to us all.

 

 

Best regards,

Michael D.DeShazo

June 13, 2011 – Message from the President

 

The REA remains committed to the rebuilding of the Rexene Corp. under the leadership of William J. Gilliam. "We eagerly await, with hopeful expectations, FHR's imminent decision." 



Best regards,

Michael DeShazo

Rexene Employee Association

June 8, 2011 – Message from the President

 

The REA has commenced a lawsuit against Wexford and certain related parties.  A copy of the pleadings is now on display on our website, along with copies of all future filings by us and answers or other responses from the various defendants. 

 

The REA is represented by JC Nickens and Ron Franklin of McGuire Woods inHoustonand by Mike Atkins and Tryon Lewis from Atkins, Hollmann, Jones, Peacock, Lewis & Lyon inOdessa inOdessa.

 

As previously reported to you, the REA and Bill Gilliam were able to obtain replacement investors following Wexford’s improper actions. 

 

Unfortunately, Wexford’s substantial delays and other improper actions have caused FHR to re-evaluate and re-consider selling theOdessaassets to the REA sponsored investor group. 

 

We have been advised that FHR is presently considering a wide variety of alternatives, including reconsideration of FHR’s refurbishing and re-starting theOdessaassets. 

 

In the next several weeks the REA intends to reach out to members and other former employees in order to survey the feelings and opinions of REA members and former employees as to the various alternatives that might be pursued by FHR, including (hopefully) a sale of the assets to the REA sponsored investor group. 

 

 

Best regards,

Michael D.DeShazo

Wexford Lawsuit
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May 10, 2011 – Message from the President


I apologize for the delay in updating you. The current status of the Rexene deal is we are on hold while FHR reviews their options.


While we have had issues with two of our sponsors, our current sponsors are excellent both in size, expertise, and acceptance of our management team and business plan. 


We also believe we are the superior bidder for FHR's Odessa assets both financially and as long term stewards of the assets from a risk point of view. 


So... Stay tuned we have every reason to hope for good news soon. 

 

Best Regards

Michael DeShazo

Chairman REA

March 4, 2011 - Message from the President

 

As many of you know, the REA and Bill Gilliam began working with Wexford Capital in January 2010. Following FHR's March 2010 decision to consider selling the Odessa assets to an investor group being organized by Bill Gilliam, Wexford asked Bill Gilliam and the REA to begin providing them with a substantial amount of due diligence information.

 

For example, in the spring of 2010, the REA retained environmental counsel in order to provide Wexford with assurances concerning the site's environmental liabilities. At the same time, Wexford suggested that the "investor group" retain CMAI in order to provide Wexford with polymers marketing data. Once CMAI was retained, Wexford refused to accept any responsibility for paying CMAI's invoices. In the summer of 2010, Wexford suggested that the REA pay a $25,000.00 option fee to acquire New Market Tax Credits. The REA paid an option fee, and the option was lost when Wexford engaged in foot dragging and unexplained delays.

 

As a result on this conduct, in September 2010 the REA board voted to impose severe restrictions on the form and nature of any Wexford investment that would have the benefit of the support of the REA. The REA board voted to inform Bill Gilliam of this resolution at such time as Wexford actually committed to moving forward.

 

In December 2010, Wexford informed Bill Gilliam that Wexford was interested in entering into exclusive negotiations with FHR. Bill Gilliam was informed that Wexford had numerous, non-negotiable conditions to their interest:

 

•   Bill Gilliam would have to immediately agree to working exclusively for the Wexford proposal, for no compensation as well as having to pay all of his own costs and expenses.

•   Wexford reserved the right to make offer or no offer to FHR, and Bill Gilliam had no right to have any discussions with FHR other than with Wexford's prior approval.

 

•   Wexford provided strong indications that they did not have any intention of refurbishing and re-starting most of the Odessa site assets. Wexford has a large oil and gas business and it became increasingly clear that Wexford's primary interests were similar to the interests of local oil and gas players that had previously approached FHR with plans to re-start the storage wells and the fractionator.

 

•   Wexford informed Bill Gilliam that he would be a candidate to be the Chairman of the new Rexene. However, Wexford reserved the right to hire whomever they wished as well as the right to fire Bill Gilliam or anyone else for any reason or for no reason.

•   Wexford informed Bill Gilliam that either Bill Gilliam or the REA would have to pay the CMAI and other outstanding due diligence expenses as well as informing us that Wexford would not reimburse any of the REA' out of pocket costs and expenses.

 

•   Wexford has informed Bill Gilliam that they refused to fund any ESOP. Although bill Gilliam committed to donating a portion of whatever stock Bill received from Wexford to an ESOP, your Board thinks that this level of disregard for the value of REA members is further proof of Wexford's lack of commitment to our business and our community.

 

•   Finally, despite the fact that Bill Gilliam, with the full support and assistance of the REA, provided Wexford with highly proprietary and confidential business plans, projections and strategies; Wexford claimed that they somehow had the "right" take and to use the work product of others.

 

•   Your board of directors may not be sophisticated Wall Street types, but in West Texas we believe that the penalty for this type of conduct when done with someone's horse was hanging.

 

We have just learned that FHR has apparently granted Wexford some short period of exclusivity in which to sign an agreement. We understand that Wexford's proposal is highly conditional, and we believe that Wexford believes that it will take many, many months if not years to get anything at the complex back in operation.

 

We have a solid commitment from Vanadium Capital and their investment group. The Vanadium investor group has promised us an ESOP, as well as promising to repay the REA's due diligence expenses. The Vanadium investor group has total committed capital that is a lot bigger than Wexford's total capital, so our supporters have the financial capability of making sure that the complex is not only re-opened, but fully restored as it should be. The investor group is fully committed to resumption of manufacturing a quality line of specialty polymers as well as being committed to expanding our operations and businesses.

 

During the coming weeks your board of directors will be providing REA members with frequent updates as well as requests for help in making sure that Rexene does not once again succumb to a purchase by a group that might well make the "dirty dozen" look good by comparison.

 

Watch your email as we will provide you with more information and as always you may provide input through the website. We would also like your input on the ground water issue or MSD at the plant. We have been neutral on this issue as we assumed we would be stewards of the site.

 

Don't forget we are having our annual meeting the 22nd of March. Nominations are open for Chairman and two Board seats.

 

 

Best Regards
Michael DeShazo

 

 

January 20th, 2011 Message from President

 

The Rexene Employee Association begins a new year with plans for a successful outcome for our efforts. I would like to thank all those who attended the called REA meeting Wednesday January 17, 2011 at 7:00pm. I apologize that the attendees did not get the opportunity to question the investor group, however one of the investors did not wish publicity and the others then declined as well. Just the same your presents was important for the investor group. The REA is now working on the ORG charts and the investors are independently verifying start-up cost. Further information will be distributed via email.

 

Best Regards,

Michael DeShazo

 

 

 

 

December 15, 2010 Message from President

 

Grass Fire at the Plant

 

The fire missed most everything but the Air Liquide Cryogenic Plant and some rail cars on the north side of the plant. Reports on the cars are minor. The fire jumped the road on the west side of the plant and engulfed the Air Liquide cryogenic building and traveled along the north boarder of the plant. 

Michael DeShazo

 

October 17, 2010 Message from the President

 

Things are happening and we are happy to report that progress is being made. Check your email as an update is coming.

 

 

Best regards,

Michael DeShazo

 

September 10, 2010 Message from the President

 

While much of the work done in respect to Rexene Plastics and Polymers acquisition of the Odessa assets is confidential, we can share what the REA is doing.

 

Rexene Employee Association has identified the pre start up personnel and phase one start up roster. We are also working on benefits and working with a contractor on payroll. We ask your patience as you can imagine there are many behind the scene issues that must be resolved before the acquisition can be completed. We will keep you posted when we can start employment interviews.

 

Thank You

Michael D. DeShazo

 

 

July 7, 2010 Employment Notice

 

 

Rexene Employees Association is seeking resumes for future employment for the following positions:

 

General Laborers

Clerical Support

Industrial Hygienist

 

Please forward your resume by e-mail to rexene.emp@gmail.com or mail your resume to Rexene Employees Association, c/o TWC, 2626 JBS Parkway, Building D, Odessa, TX  79761.

 

 

May 11, 2010 Annual Meeting Minutes

 

Meeting was called to order by Larry Harmon

Meeting was declared a closed meeting and members of the press if any were asked to leave.

Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance lead by Jack Westerfeldt.

Motion was made by Mike DeShazo to accept current REA Officers and Board.  REA members second the motion and all members agreed.  Below is the elected 2010 board.

 

·        Mike DeShazo – President - Present

·        Jack Westerfeldt – Treasurer –  Present

·        Tim Repman – Vice-President – Present

·        Sherry Cox - Secretary

·        Board members – Larry Harmon, Jerry Carroll, Cheryl Sugar, Mark Johnson, Bo Jimenez, Pat Casas

Mike DeShazo introduced Jens Dalsgaard, Constellation Capital, who spoke about and introduced Bill Gilliam.

 

Mr. Gilliam gave updates on the progress and what potential employees can look forward to in the future.  Mr. Gilliam granted Q&A’s to members.

 

Mike DeShazo introduced Ken Winslow who went over the Rexene ESOP Concept Plan.  Mr. Winslow agreed to send ESOP Concept by e-mail.

 

Mr. Gilliam, who was once an employee of Rexene, signed on as a member of the REA as well as three honorary members, Jens Dalsgaard, Richard Pisano and Terri Roberts.

 

Details on progress will be communicated by email for eyes only. All progress information is confidential. So, if you are not registered with the REA you should do that.

_________________________________________________________________

 

 

 

 

The goal of our nonprofit organization is to investigate the possibilities of purchasing the FHR Chemical and Polymers Plants in Odessa, Marysville, Longview and Peru.

 

Annual Meeting Tuesday May 11th 7:00pm Ector Theater Odessa

 

Election of REA Board members and Featured speakers: William Gilliam Chairman Rexene Plastics and Polymers, Jens Dalsgaard Chairman Constellation Capital Management and Kenneth Winslow President Benefit Southwest. Come and ask your questions and make certain of your membership.

 

Submit your resume to the REA for employment with the new Rexene

 

As a result of advice by the City Council, Rexene Plastics & Polymers plans to come to the table with 200 to 300 million dollars, detailed business plan, a credible work force and management capable of operating the plant safely and profitably. 

If you wish to seek employment with the new Rexene submit your resume to the email address on the website or mail to the Rexene Employee Association 2626 JBS Parkway Bld D, Odessa, Tx 79761. Your resume will be held confidential as with any large company, handled by Human Resource professionals.

I know many have asked questions about the Feb 9th Council meeting. Please understand the decision rendered by the Council was extremely favorable to us and we are very appreciative of their decision and counsel of individuals on the Council. Be proud of your City Council.

 

 

 

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