(a short and timely jotting for CCR twits Tweeters)
dwT #44: The main problem with the Water Street development in Las Colinas is that the developer, Gables Residential, has no background in Animal Husbandry. If they did, they would have been familiar with and comprehended the current prevalence of Staphylococcus epidermidis in the city’s herd.
Backstory clue for the information impaired: Like other developers who might still believe that ex-mayor Gears and ex-city manager Gonzalez still haunt city hall with their "let's make a deal...what can we give you" policy, Gables must not have gotten the e-mail notification that the city's chief sacred milking cow, that has doled out millions upon millions to other developers in the past, is suffering from mastitis or dry teat disease.
And having an experienced rancher on the council, he explained to the Water Street folks that this is when the cow's teats run dry and they can no longer deliver free milk. Ergo, Gables will have to procure additional Water Street development bucks (if truly needed) from other sources to have this project move forward. And if their PR releases are not dry skimmed milk powder, then the development should be turning the pasture land fairly soon on this development. It’s a cinch that the land has been amply fertilized from their previous pronouncements.
Having milked the city’s chief sacred cow on several other occasions for bucks or concessions, it appears that the Water Street folks were becoming really addicted to walking around council chambers and the community with their milk mustaches. But wait, was that a dried milk mustache or egg on their face when the council recently told them that the city’s cow teats were dry?
For real facts and information: DMN, Avi Selk, 10-15-13: http://www.dallasnews.com/news/community-news/irving/headlines/20131015-water-street-developer-had-to-have-more-city-cash--until-irving-said-no.ece
A note from counsel: Some “Tweets” from Dylan Westie have been injected with fabricated nouns, verbs, adjectives, conjunctions, adverbs, modifiers and maybe a few dangling participles….Mark Holbrook