Officials admitted that the project’s design phase is far from complete, which runs counter to a third-party review published in 2019.
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The agency overseeing Fort Worth’s $1.17 billion redevelopment project hired a federal bureaucrat to replace J.D. Granger.
Programmatic review reveals “complicated, opaque reporting structure and hierarchy” in regard to Granger’s redevelopment boondoggle.
Programmatic review reveals bloat in the agency’s annual $2 million administrative budget, with $220,000 for public relations propaganda.
Programmatic review shows that after a decade, and hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars spent, only the design phase has been completed.
School property tax rates in 2019 will be “compressed” or forced down by state law, not the benevolence of school board trustees.
House Speaker Dennis Bonnen has the ability to appoint his successor in the event he chooses to resign. And it doesn’t have to be a Democrat.
State officials do not verify voter applicants to ensure only eligible citizens are added to registration rolls. Republican lawmakers have so far ignored the problem.
Texas homeowners pay high property tax bills when compared to other Republican-run states, including the states with no personal income tax.
No one in the mainstream media has reported on the glaring errors.