- Report: #423596
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Complaint Review: City Of Garland Engineering Dept.
City Of Garland Engineering Dept.800 Main Street Garland, Texas U.S.A.
City Of Garland - Extortion From Engineering Dept. City sends letter of Extortion for land easement, damages, and W-9 for vendor fees Garland Texas
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They agreed to pay for the damages to my car IF I sign over my land for additional easement, which they have already chopped the trees and cleared without my permission. Also I am forced to sign a vendor application, my ss and W-9 so I will PAY TAXES on the reimbursement for the damages to the car! The letter as quoted:
"The city will pay $2200 to make repairs to the ..Focus.
This payment is contingent upon signing the enclosed Drainage and Utility easement, and the Vendor Applications is required..The W-9 provided by the IRS." " This reimbursement is contigent upon the City's reciept of the ..Drainage Easement ..once signed the city will issue a ck for the car damages."
Note the land is additional "easement"/change of deed beyond what they already rights to, they have chopped down all the 100 yr old trees, even those marked as save, asked me NOT to file any reports - for fear that the workers will have to show SS#s. $10 payment for the Creek and trees gone.
Dont move to Garland- where a very large "small" town is corrupt.
Good citizen and tax payer
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/12/2009 09:14 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/City-Of-Garland-Engineering-Dept/Garland-Texas-75040/City-Of-Garland-Extortion-From-Engineering-Dept-City-sends-letter-of-Extortion-for-land-423596. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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