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Thanks for visiting. For more information on the reasons for our planned petition to overturn the council’s decision to incur more debt, please read the TIF/TIRZ District Refinance category at Beyond Right Field.

Couldn’t sleep tonight, so I am up watching CNBC’s special on Saving GM.  What struck me as funny was that the program is sponsored by Mitsubishi.

Christmas Tree Lighting, originally uploaded by kellercitylimits.

Keller City Limits was born. Thanks again to Jim Carson for the effort.

DSC_9021 Keller Texas Town Hall City Building Windows Birch Tree Autumn Sky Clouds, originally uploaded by David Kozlowski. Great photo by David Kozlowski

While I was gone on vacation I got the notice that I was reappointed to P&Z for two more years.  The interview had a lot to do with this blog, and if I saw a conflict in me posting here and me serving on P&Z.  I encouraged the City Council to read the blog before […]

Sorry for not posting for the past week, but took the family north to visit with my family.  First time in eight years that all four of my brothers and I have been together.  We were even able to talk politics and not have a fist fight…..I think we have finally grown up a little.  […]

Last night, I located an old friend, Tom, on Facebook. I have known him since Jr high school days when I met him at a summer camp (it will come as a shock to some of you that know me that the camp was for the “academically talented” — please no corny replies). The last […]

Just finished watching his interview on 60 Minutes, and the closing question was on a playoff for Division 1 College Football.  He said that he supports it and will throw his weight behind the proposal. All I can say is….Yes We Can!

Hey, in this job market, I am willing to use all available means.  My daughter is graduating from Sam Houston State in December and is currently looking for her first real job.  She has a major in Public Relations and a minor in Business Administration.  She will graduate with over a 3.0 average and made […]

The Philladelphia Phillies just won the World Series, and with the end of the fall classic brings winter.  Not another game to watch until High School Baseball starts in late January. Of course, I was rooting for the Rays…..

From Students at the University of North Texas voted to add for the first time ever a dedicated athletic fee to help fund a new football stadium and entertainment venue, according to referendum results released today by the Student Government Association. The official results of this week’s referendum, which was held Oct. 13-17, show […]