Thank you Mr. Thibodeaux for the good work you do on reporting what is going on with the City Council and the issues pertaining to High Density housing and Eminent Domain with the Colleyville City Council. Government SERVES the people, and by their very actions, both in person, and in print (the e-mails uncovered and posted are great examples), the Council appears inclined to believe that they do not need to serve the majority of it’s citizens. High Density housing benefits only the needs of developers trying to sell cheaper homes, with less property, and as a byproduct, subsequently pulling down the value of existing homes. Pandering to potential future voters to gain support for your cause at the expense of the people you currently serve is NOT being true to their role as elected officials. The members of the City Council should remember that come the next election. I would strongly encourage my friend Bobby Lindamood Jr to run again. He is a man of impeccable integrity, and is passionate about our city and it’s people. We need more people like him, and Chris Putnam representing our issues, and our need to protect the quality of life that Colleyville has come to represent. I married my wife in Colleyville almost 20 years ago, at the then brand new Community Center. We fell in love with the quiet, sprawling estates, and the privacy that comes with the ownership of land. Neighbors were not “boxed” in, side-by-side, with only a few feet of variance between their homes. That was incredibly appealing to us, and we made it our mission to work hard, and one day be able to afford to live in this fine city. Now, to face a Council that wishes to change the rules, to bring in more people in less space does not serve our interests and negates the reason why we moved here. The City Council will either serve the majority of the citizens of Colleyville, or we will find elected officials who will do so. To you sir I simply wish to say thank you for being a true public servant and for doing your part to help protect our interests and to report on what is taking place with our current elected officials.