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Poet’s Corner Part Deux for Lindsey Hills

By , 25 April, 2016, No Comment



those college students encourage me to keep doing the Poets Corner Sardonic Humor to Lindsey Hills is the first part of my “Attention Getter” to my speech for Tue…who knows things always change
— for context Lindsey Hills is gonna have a “poets corner” after they get us super sick with air quality concerns…its so special……–that’s this developer’s game plan “a poet’s corner” ohh I’m swooning


Will Lindsey Hills pay my bills
When it floods out my Belvin Belle Casita
You call your complex “Hills”
Which confirms my concerns
That you will create a berm
Especially with your elevated hills sidewalk
Which means its developer thrills
And FEMA bills
Its local monies
Its state monies
Its federal dollar dollar billz
That your thrills for the highest Hills
(vs. IH35)
On my Belvin Block

Lindsey Hills Aggregate Aggravation

By , 28 March, 2016, No Comment

This is just surreal city staff would allow this in the Historic District


Consistent with the above stated purpose, the proposed PDD plans for a mixed-use development as illustrated in Figure 1-1 within the PDD Standards Book and as summarized below.

  •   Hotel: Located primarily along the Blanco frontage and a portion of the Hutchison frontage. The hotel component plans for a maximum of 120 rooms and a maximum of 17,000 sq.ft. of additional associated space to be used for meeting rooms and additional amenities. This includes the old Lamar School gymnasium and auditorium buildings, which are proposed to remain.
  •   Retail: Proposed to front the Hutchison and Moore Street frontages. There will be a maximum of 17,000 sq.ft. of retail space at these locations. This square footage includes the potential for an 8,500 sq.ft restaurant.

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  •   Multi-Family: Proposed to front the Burleson and Hutchison Street frontage. The multi-family component will contain a maximum of 164 units which equates to 34 units/acre. The “MU” Mixed- Use District allows up to 5.5 units/acre. Total bedroom count be limited to a maximum of 226.
  •   Office: Proposed as an alternative scenario within the area planned for multi-family along the Hutchison Street frontage. Limited to a maximum of 27,000 sq.ft. of office space. In the event that the office space is developed, the multi-family unit maximum will be reduced to 144 units and 199 bedrooms, in order to ensure for appropriate parking relative to each use.



Since the age of 19 to 47 years old I have been an environmental activist in San Marcos fighting for my neighbors. Friends told me when you buy a home everything changes. My friends were right; I love all aspects of home ownership. So I participated in the land development code revision process called SMTX Code Rodeo.


I feel like a fool for having faith in the City of San Marcos process to protect my homeownership investment. Two plus years attending countless open house meetings and think tank meetings only to find at the end of the process proposed Lindsey Hill development on Belvin Street.


CoSM has known about Lindsey Hills for months. Being duplicitous with the public rounding us up like cattle with little sticky notes and small group meetings with occasional opportunity to engage the facilitators of the sham public outreach process has been expensive to the taxpayer in the end.


The City likes to use the buzzword “buffer zone.” This development is instead a snowball, which will devastate the Historic District. Glitzy SMTX Code Rodeo brochure states the “Heritage” neighborhood should have parks or community gardens and instead we get a proposed development of 120 rooms hotel which would be the second largest in town, and 174 room apartment complex, parking garage, and retail big water users. The sure immensity of it just boggles the mind.


Speaking of water, proposed Lindsey Hills is on Balcones fault, over the Aquifer, next to caves, on a hill, in a flood zone. What a splendid idea for more flooding of FEMA dollars after creating a berm on all sides of proposed Lindsey Hills. We all know Hunter Road floods. So those of us on Belvin caught between Hunter and Lindsey Hills will get the floodwaters from both sides. The city promised us they would take flooding into account in the future when examining these proposals. City planners have no analysis on flooding on file for Lindsey Hills.


What a perfect storm for a sewage leak. What a glittering example of excavation toxins of dirt floating down Belvin Street for joggers and moms with baby strollers to inhale. And, asbestos and mold from demolition of the building will also be blasted down Belvin. What a shining example of toxins from new construction. And then the finale will be carbon monoxide from the parking garage, increased delivery trucks and tourist cars. This is ionic after the CoSM public relations taking of a bow defeating a truck stop in Kyle. City Staff have no issues blasting the Historic District the next two years during construction phase with every fume known to modern humanity.


The San Marcos Independent School District knowingly crafted a legal agreement allowing Lindsey Hills developer to create a moving target for his proposal. In the future the school board should be more proactive in protecting property values of taxpayers.


If the public matches Scott Gregson’s campaign finance reports to the Lindsey Hills developer there is a bingo moment that will make your jaw drop. Scott Gregson needs to recues himself from this vote and any future votes downtown impacting his financial investment. It is quite clear Mr. Gregson does not care about my financial investment. My first home.

2014 plastic easter egg drop

By , 23 March, 2016, No Comment

Selective Enforcement Ordinance

Friday, May 16, 2014 12:16 PM
“Lisa Marie Coppoletta” <>
“” <>”” <>”Daniel Scales” <>
Rodney Cobb advised first these “plastic eggs” were biodegradable. He advised he called the Pastor and the Pastor advised that these eggs had Styrofoam. The ordinance is quite clear NO Styrofoam. Rodney has admitted that he did not get documentation from the church and “trusted them.”  However, his trust was misplaced because apparently he did not take the time to educate the pastor, nor did the pastor take the time to read the ordinance. I am not sure what is going on between Parks and Rec and the Fire Marshall’s office but now Mr. Bell has advised that Rodney advises there was no Styrofoam. I would like to review (a) the application for the 40K egg drop and its approval. (b) some assurances from CoSM this will not happen again. Rodney has refused to make these assurances.
This is clearly an instance of favoritism and I am not sure why this is happening. Hispanic families cannot celebrate their Easter barbequing and drinking sodas out of Styrofoam cups, but the Chuch from Kyle gets to drop 40K Styrofoam eggs. My concern is valid and clearly getting the runaround by both offices covering each other’s backs. This is not fair enforcement. I would like to know what the City Manager’s Office is going to do since both of these offices are clearly not doing their jobs. Residents have found these eggs and here is the video as proof. I am not a police officer and the claim that we should produce the evidence is preposterous and completely out of concern citizen’s purview.  If this cannot be resolved I would like a meeting with the City Manager ASAP. I’ve been getting the runaround and stall tactics since this occurred.

2015 plastic Easter egg drop emails 2

By , 23 March, 2016, No Comment

egg drop

Sunday, April 5, 2015 2:27 PM
“Lisa Marie Coppoletta” <>
HI Rodney,
Hope your Easter is rocking. I just read the article about the 50K egg drop out of a helicopter. So, can you enlighten me how it does not violate the plastic ordinance. Did we go “biodegradable” this year and was supporting paperwork actually provided this time around to verify those are not harmful to the river? Are they all picked up? Recall last year members from the public observed lots of trash. Thanks, LMCthe website says “What an amazing day today, 1,000’s showed up as we dropped 50,000 eggs from a Helicopter!

2015 plastic Easter egg drop

By , 23 March, 2016, No Comment

2813_0001  <- attachment provided by City of San Marcos

RE: Plastic Egg Drop filled with Plastic Candy Wrappers Open Records Request – 148

Monday, April 13, 2015 8:11 AM
“TrevinoElizabeth” <>
“Lisa Marie Coppoletta” <>

Good Morning Lisa,

I have attached the information you requested. Please let me know if you need anything else.

Thank you,

Elizabeth Trevino
Records Management Coordinator
630 E. Hopkins St.

San Marcos, Texas 78666
Direct: 512.393.8088
Fax: 855.946.9100

From: Lisa Marie Coppoletta []
Sent: Friday, April 10, 2015 2:29 PM
To: Trevino, Elizabeth; Dietz, Debbie
Subject: Re: Plastic Egg Drop filled with Plastic Candy Wrappers Open Records Request

Yes, i understand that. Sometimes its a no brainer that an open request would not be needed. I’ll just assume for now on everything is a brainer. We had a big issue with it last year. Looking fwd to reviewing the info.Y”all rock as usual Liz.

From: “Trevino, Elizabeth” <>
To: Lisa Marie Coppoletta <>; “Dietz, Debbie” <>
Sent: Friday, April 10, 2015 1:22 PM
Subject: RE: Plastic Egg Drop filled with Plastic Candy Wrappers Open Records Request

Good Afternoon Lisa,

The Public Information Act is triggered when a person submits a written request to the city. In the future just send an email to to properly process your request. This email will suffice since you emailed staff. We will do our best to promptly provide the documents but we have 10 business days to complete the request.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Thank you,


From: Lisa Marie Coppoletta []
Sent: Friday, April 10, 2015 11:23 AM
To: Dietz, Debbie; Trevino, Elizabeth
Subject: Plastic Egg Drop filled with Plastic Candy Wrappers Open Records Request

Hi Elizabeth,

I called for this info on Monday. I have followed up a few times. They would like for me to fill an open records request. To that effect, I am requesting the following items and have added item #6 to my verbal requests.

1. Paperwork filled out for the Easter egg event with the helicopter.

2. How much the Church paid for this.

3. Was the Church charged for additional city staff at the event, my understanding is there were not only clean up workers.

4. Specific product information regarding eggs that were dropped out of the helicopter and the manufacturers data of the what those were specifically made from.

5. Country in which the eggs are manufactured.

6. E-mail correspondence among city staff and among the Church and city staff from when the paper work was filed until today at 11:00 AM among city staff on this issue.

Respectfully, LM Coppoletta

Belvin San Marcos, Texas

15 dollar dollar billz not fact checked by press

By , 10 March, 2016, No Comment

Y’all news media did not fact check your article quotes….THERE ARE NO MEDIAL expenses the city is paying that Mr. Gregson claims in his sound bite

“When we have a company that comes in and basically uses our workforce at that lower wage, we find ourselves in a position that we’re subsiding those workers at our food bank, in our health care system,” said Councilman Scott Gregson.

He said the change came after a report in January that said visits to the food bank had increased and so had unpaid medical bills that the city was forced to pay.


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This is what we have become

By , 2 November, 2015, No Comment


it’s kind of difficult to explain to students today how easy they have it

compare and contrast google research to a card catalog

if not of them in your class knows what card catalog is

I had to Google “card catalog” and pull up the images to show them

then I had to explain what dewey decimal is to them : unbelievable

Genius of Jonny

By , 24 October, 2015, No Comment

From photo shoot last month with the artistic genius of  Jonathan Pascoe and his crew for Colt’s 45th Birthday shooting at Colt 45 with a Colt 45. The Cirque du Soleil peeps were 2 cool 4 school..

Gearing up for an epic one with local San Martian lens rock star at my house…..Operation Belvin Bell Casita in full swing

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Symbols in murals -kept saying “its a bird, a beak?”

By , 24 October, 2015, No Comment

Been feeling a bit like the mashed potatoe scene in close encounters painting these symbols all over my house, see them in a very specific way, so did a bit of research online turns out these symbols are Egyptian, the of Ra “head of a hawk with a headdress with a sun disk.” i kept saying this is “a bird or beak or head an eye of some sort” to dang cool.









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New murals speed painting playlist



Thursday b4 class


Saturday after watching Egyptian history videos.


Gearing up house for Tue foto shoot.


Shane Scott Travel Records Saga

By , 23 October, 2015, No Comment

What I was given Scott Expenses FY11-FY15

I ALREADY HAVE THIS FROM HIS LAST CAMPAIGN do u ppl think im that much of an air head

What I requested w/follow up e-mail correspondence

Date: Fri, 23 Oct 2015 10:21:06 -0700From: Lisa Marie Coppoletta <>Subject: RE: Mr. Scott’s Travel Records – Open Records Request 429To: ElizabethTrevino <>

he has not traveled at all during 2015 …??? there is no 2015 data in here
for reals ????
On Fri, 10/23/15, Lisa Marie Coppoletta <> wrote:

Subject: RE: Mr. Scott’s Travel Records – Open Records Request 429
To: “ElizabethTrevino” <>
Date: Friday, October 23, 2015, 12:16 PM

My request was for grand
totals of (a) travel and (b)payment. All I need are two
numbers. I’ve already seen all this years ago. Can they
please just do a little addition from the excel spreadsheets
for two grand total numbers. My request was very specific
and precise.
On Thu, 10/22/15, Trevino, Elizabeth <>

  Subject: RE: Mr.
Scott’s Travel Records – Open Records Request 429
  To: “Lisa Marie Coppoletta” <>
  Date: Thursday, October 22, 2015, 11:16 AM
  Hi Lisa,

  I have attached the expenses from
  Elizabeth Trevino
  Records Management Coordinator
  630 E. Hopkins St.
Marcos, Texas 78666
  Direct: 512.393.8088
  Fax: 855.946.9100
  From: Lisa Marie Coppoletta
  Sent: Wednesday, October 07,
2015 11:03 PM
  To: Trevino, Elizabeth <>
  Subject: Mr. Scott’s Travel Records – Open
Records Request
  This is
an open records request for: First, the total amount
  that Mr. Scott has spent in travel funds since
elected to
  office up to the most current
data (on file as of now with
  notations of
any pending expenditures) with his travel

funding. The second item is the total amount he has been
  paid for his salary on the dias. We are in
election cycle,
  any expedite would be
appreciated. After all the data should
ready. .. its election season.

Respectfully, LM Coppoletta, 1322 Belvin, San Marcos, TX