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June 20, 2008

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vincent sancillo

Hi live at 4605 rector ave.Been approach to sign gas lease for $254.00.Could someone help me about this lease.Please call me 817-926-2329

Melody

I own property on Blue Grass Lane 76133 (don't live in the area) and am trying to find out if it falls within one of the neighborhood alliances, and if so, which one.

Jerry

QFT:
About the authors
David Wethe has been a business reporter at the Star-Telegram for the past five years, covering sports-business and aviation and recently switching onto the Barnett Shale coverage team. David's a graduate of the University of Missouri, and he lives in Bedford.
Mike Lee is a longtime North Texas reporter and is one of the Star-Telegram's Fort Worth City Hall reporters. Mike's a graduate of Southwestern University in Georgetown, and he lives in Fort Worth.
Jim Fuquay is a longtime North Texas reporter and editor, and he is the Star-Telegram's energy industry reporter. Jim's a graduate of the University of Texas, and he lives in Arlington.
Scott Nishimura is the newspaper's business editor and a regular contributor to our Sky Talk airline and travel blog. Scott's a graduate of the University of Missouri, and he lives in Fort Worth.
Bill Bowen is assistant business editor, and he heads up the paper's energy coverage. Bill graduated from LSU-Shreveport, and he lives in Fort Worth.
Richard Stubbe is assistant government affairs editor, and he directs our coverage Fort Worth City Hall coverage. Richard graduated from the University of Texas, and he lives in Fort Worth.
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I don't see any blog editor or proofer credits:
Just what is 'our coverage Fort Worth City Hall coverage'?
What's the dif btwn 'the Star-Telegram's energy industry reporter' & 'heads up the paper's energy coverage'?
Personally, I'd rather know about undergrad majors and advanced degrees than town of residence.

Overall, I disagree with the paper's representing the city government and big-deep pockets, over the citizen-subjects of the FtW/Tarrant metro area. Am I right guessing that the Star-T also has KH&H on retainer? (As does CityOfFW, Kimbell A.F., & BassBros)

Your recent glee at the KAF earnings neglected to remind the people of FW that they no longer own either the Collection, or its Foundation.

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