Friday, May 2, 2008

Water Committee

At the last water committee meeting Renee Harvey could not attend so she sent Pike Burkhart to fill in for her. I have never heard of a committee that you were a member of allowing you to select someone to fill in for you when you could not attend.

When David Nabors was not allowed to be a member of the comnmittee the book he had already been issued by the city had to be returned to the city since he was not a member. Pike B. (not a member) was issued a book and left the meeting with it.

My opinion is that the leaders of city of Paris have already decided to sell the water even before all the data is presented. The citizens had better hope that the ordinance calling for an election before the water is sold is valid. I will bet the ordinance is declared no good and the water is sold.

Thursday, May 1, 2008

Paris Elections

Election day is getting close. What are your thoughts and opinions on the election? Candidates state your positions here and they will not be edited as long as your name is attached.

Saturday, April 26, 2008

Does this blog need to continue?

Does anyone read this blog ? What needs to be done to get Paris Needs A Superhero active again?

Wednesday, January 30, 2008


Do you suppose the city of Paris might be possibly at fault in the roof blowing off the downtown building? I will be willing to bet no design showing and wind or live load figures were submitted for approval before the roof and extra floor was added. For some reason I want to think that this same building lost part of this metal roof while it was being added or shortly after completion.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008


Is anyone still reading this blog? No new post in over a week. I fell like Charlie Brown.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Water For Sale

The City of Paris is exploring the possible sale of surplus water from Pat Mayse Lake to the City of Irving in a deal worth possibly $250 million over the next 50 years. Is this a good deal for Paris, Irving or both?

Wednesday, November 28, 2007


Any thoughts on how far the city will go with the junk ordinance once it passes? My bet is it will be like most things attempted. Some well to do or someone who has friends in high places will get cited then the ordinance is forgotten or used against a few.