$150K (EASY-WIN) LAWSUIT vs. CITY OF HOUSTON
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|Loan Status:||Default||Origination Date:||2007-04-18||EricsCC ROI:||-18%|
|Apr 18, 2007||Current|
|Sep 04, 2008||Late|
|Sep 19, 2008||1 month late|
|Oct 19, 2008||2 months late|
|Nov 19, 2008||3 months late|
|Dec 20, 2008||4+ months late|
|Dec 29, 2008||Default|
CALL FOR ACTION!!!FURTHER DETAILSThe City Charter states that only the people of Houston shall vote and amend their Charter at a designated election. The people voted in 1938 and rejected giving department heads the power to fire civil service employees by a 2-1 margin. The City Council ignored: 1) this vote, 2) Texas Constitution, Art. XI, Sec 5, 3) Local Gov. Code Chapter 9, 4) City Charter Art. VI 7a(2), 5) and pre-existing City Ordinances and Policies, and exceeded their Charter authority. This ordinance contradicted the clear direction of the Home-Rule City Charter, and therefore is illegal.The director of Houston Health department fired me illegally without consideration and action by the Mayor, as directed by the Charter, Art. VI, Sec 7a(2). Such termination is wrongful and void, and should and must be reversed. I need this loan to continue prosecuting this cause for justice in Houston, as the directors have been wrongfully terminating employees since 2005.
I have a $150K dollar lawsuit against my Home-Rule Municipal employer, City of Houston, whose City Charter grants only to the Mayor, who is the head of civil service, with the power to terminate any and all city employees. The director of Houston Health department fired me illegally without consideration and action by the Mayor. See City Charter Art. VI, section 7a(2).OPINION OF THE TEXAS ATTORNEY GENERAL
"An amendment to a home-rule city charter that purports to grant authority to the city to amend its charter by ordinance is void because it is inconsistent with article XI, section 5 of the Texas Constitution, which requires all charter amendments to be approved by a majority of qualified voters of the city. Thus, a charter amendment adopted by ordinance is invalid." See opinion of Texas Attorney General (May 18, 2006).
I have a false $765 collection on my credit card records and I filed a dispute to the credit card bureaus per letter of 3/2/07. My monthly net retirement income is: $1664 + part time income of $1000, for a Total = $2664. My expenses are: Rent = $487, Utilities = $170, Telephones = $115, Car Insurance = $27, Food = $150, Gasoline = $80, Credit Cards = $318. Total = $1337. Amount left to pay on prosper loan is $2664 - $1337 = $1327.Thank you in advance for granting me this loan to pay my attorneys fees, court costs, and such other costs as in high interest credit cards.
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