If you do, it's easier to prove you sent the notice.TreyNTX69 wrote:Also, should I send the letters certified?
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- Mon Apr 25, 2016 9:07 pm
- Forum: General Legislative Discussions
- Topic: 30.07 on City-Owned Property
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Probably the City Clerk, but notifying the City Manager and the Mayor would not hurt.TreyNTX69 wrote:In my situation with the Carver, they're only allowing the posting of 30.07. So, I'm not sure if I can report this to the AG under 411.209, but I'm going to try. I've drafted a letter to the AG.
In order for me to provide written notice to San Antonio, to whom must I address my letter(s)?
The City of San Antonio employee managing the Carver?
The Mayor of San Antonio?
The City Manager?
The City Clerk?
All of the above?
Also, should I send the letters certified?
I hate to raise problems I don't know the answer to, but the Carver Community Center is a complicated property. If you are using the Hackberry entrance to the main Carver, you will probably be on city-owned property, but don't walk around the grounds outside the building. And it's not possible to get to the entrance to the Little Carver without walking across property owned by the Carver Academy, which shares the block with the Community Center. I believe there are now easements giving the city the right to let attendees get to the Little Carver's entrance, but nobody was considering handguns. You'll be walking on an easement the fee interest under which is owned by a private school. I don't know how that shakes out, and I'm not volunteering to be the guinea pig.