Does a ‘Citizens for Bryan PAC’ Treasurer Live in Bryan?

August 13, 2014 - storage organizer

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To contend Karen Hall is active in Bryan city politics is an understatement. She



BRYAN – To contend Karen Hall is active in Bryan city politics is an understatement. She’s a treasurer of a Citizens for Bryan domestic movement cabinet and speaks utterly frequently during Bryan city legislature meetings. Recently, she and Citizens for Bryan submitted a petition to change a city charter. Tuesday night is a second and final reading of that list initiative.

But is she even a proprietor of a City of Bryan?

Karen Hall claims that underneath an agreement with a skill owners who died about 10 years ago, she is entitled to explain her residency and voter registration during an residence on Highway 21. When News 3 was told about other addresses compared with Ms. Hall, we took another look. As we found out, so had a Brazos County District Attorney’s office.

If you’ve been to a Bryan City Council meeting, you’ve substantially listened Karen Hall speak. She’s outspoken about issues confronting a city of Bryan. As an organizer for a Citizens for Bryan domestic movement committee, she successfully submitted a petition seeking for changes to a city charter’s reliable guidelines, including either family of legislature members can offer on play and committees

The petition is some-more than 400 pages and contains thousands of signatures from purebred electorate inside a Bryan city limits. There is a open review duplicate accessible during a city secretary’s bureau for anyone to see. On it, you’ll find Karen Hall’s signature on 41 of a pages as a declare and resident. To be signer of a petition or a declare to people signing, a city’s licence states that a chairman contingency be a proprietor and a competent voter. When she speaks during city legislature meetings, as she has 6 times this year already, she gives a same address: 5918 Highway 21 East.

A expostulate on Highway 21 to that residence takes we to Bruders Commercial and Residential Electric. Neither a skill owners, nor a owners of Bruders would speak on camera, yet they did uncover us around. Both told News 3 that Karen Hall has never lived during a property, nor will she. The tiny upstairs unit from a prior owners shows no pointer of a stream resident. Bruders’s employees contend they use a space as storage. When a cameras were there, a unit was in disrepair. There were holes in a roof and walls and rabble covering a floor.

Papers filed with a city organizing a Citizens for Bryan PAC list Karen Hall as a Treasurer, and a second residence appears: 6111 Highway 21 East. No one was there when we went by.

If we demeanour in a online white pages for Karen Hall a third residence shows up. This one, though, not in Bryan, yet in Kurten- where she says she is vital and holding caring of her aged mother-in-law.

We spoke with Karen on Tuesday afternoon. Hall claims she had an agreement with Wayne Kelley, a strange owners of a skill during 5918 Highway 21, that is now Bruders. Hall certified she didn’t nap during that address.

“I don’t nap on Highway 21, if that’s what you’re seeking during this benefaction time,” pronounced Hall.

“I have in a past used a motor-type home that was on my skill and a city was really endangered about that so we suspicion fine Wayne pronounced to use his place so that’s what we did,” explained Hall.

“Do we keep anything there? Do we get mail during that location?” we asked.

“No,” Hall said. Her mail is delivered to a P.O. Box.

Wayne Kelly died in 2005. Jim Miles is in assign of his estate. we asked Hall if, during any indicate given Mr. Kelly upheld away, she worried to check with a people overseeing a skill or using a business located there if a agreement was still valid.

“I did not and we positively need to check behind with Mr. Miles,” pronounced Hall.

“There are manners to follow,” pronounced former legislature member Ben Hardeman. He should know. He served 4 terms on a council. During his final stint, from 2003 to 2009, Karen Hall was a unchanging during legislature meetings. Minutes given 2000 uncover her giving a same residence on Highway 21 that’s in question.

“It feels wrong,” pronounced Hardeman.

“It concerns me that anyone that doesn’t live in a city tries to change a elemental activities and elemental domestic routine in a city,” pronounced Hardeman.

Lane Thibadeaux, a counsel in Bryan, pronounced a correctness of assembly residency for petition sponsors is crucial

“There is a heightened turn of inspection assessed if a chairman who is initiating a signature debate does not accommodate a residency mandate and it could presumably affect, given a reading of a city charter, any other signers to a sold petition,” explained Thibadeaux.

“In this city, we know, we get people from College Station that import in on a issues. That’s appropriate,” pronounced Hardeman.

“If you’re creation a preference about what’s best for Bryan, we ought to be a proprietor of Bryan,” continued Hardeman.

In a hours given we spoke with Karen Hall Tuesday afternoon, she told News 3 that she called Jim Miles, a male overseeing Wayne Kelley’s estate, to apologize for gripping him out of a loop. Karen pronounced he hung adult on her and that her agreement with a late Wayne Kelley contingency be over.

The information News 3 has collected on Karen Hall’s residency is also in a hands of a District Attorney’s office. Hardeman told us he supposing papers to a D.A. Employees during Bruders told us that dual investigators with a D.A.’s bureau searched a emporium and bureau in July. Brazos County D.A. Jarvis Parsons says it’s his process to not criticism on either or not there is an active investigation.

If a Bryan City Council approves a second and final reading of a Citizens for Bryan petition tonight, a licence beginning will seem on a list in a Nov election.

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