Monday, December 3, 2012

 
TONY MARTINEZ'S LAW PARTNER REPRESENTS LAND SELLER BEFORE CITY COMMISSION

This land was owned by Abraham Galonsky.  Court records show that Abraham Galonsky's counsel is Horacio Barrera - Tony Martinez's law partner.  In fact a google search show Galonsky and Barerra have business interests together.  Many of my posts come from the person who posts an FYI only directing me to specific research.  The last hint I got was see 8.7 - not much of a hint but then it occurred to me that it was a date.  This is how I found the  documents.

It is my understanding the city paid about $2 million plus for the land.  It is nice to have friends in the mayor's office

The general rule is, if it smells rotten - it is probably rotten.  Since April, I have been talking about how Tony Martinez plays with contracts.  This is never going to end.

A review of the records show Tony Martinez along with Rose Gowen put the matter on the agenda.  The vote was all for save Melissa Zamora against (further proof for the liars she is Tony's yes man - it amazes me how little reality and facts matter to these people) - Vasquez was absent.
 
This story is of particular importance because it shows how Tony Martinez does business.  Like I said I have no problem with Vela renting space from the COB - it is to our advantage.  But I have negotiated leases in the past.  You do not do improvements until you have a signed leased.  The Vela lease has not been approved by the congressional office which oversees such leases.  In my view all of the improvements are outside the standard process for how leases are negotiated.  The costs of those improvements showing they were done in advance better be in the lease Vela presents to congress or he will find himself in even deeper trouble.
 
THIS CITY COMMISSION BETTER DO ITS DUE DILIGENCE OF THE VELA LEASE BEFORE THEY MAKE AN EVEN BIGGER MESS OF THE CITY

 Sossi cannot deny, but he will, that improvements are part of the negotiations. This City Commission must demand Charlie Cabler explain why he approved these improvements which he knew would be part of a lease, without first getting the city commissions approval and then waiting for approval from the congressional office which oversees such leases.

IF YOU ARE ANGRY OVER THIS YOU CAN EMAIL THE CITY COMMISSIONERS AND DEMAND THEY PUT THE VELA LEASE ON HOLD UNTIL ANSWERS ARE GIVEN

http://comission.cob.us/

https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=Y29iLnVzfGNpdHlzZWNyZXRhcnl8Z3g6N2M1YjFmOTg5Yjk1NDlj

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