Archeology and Hunter Road Project

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Hunter Rd - EPIC screen capture

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From: “Reynosa, Richard” <RReynosa@sanmarcostx.gov>
Date: October 16, 2014 at 1:34:12 PM CDT
To: Lisa Marie Coppoletta <lisa_coppoletta@yahoo.com>
Cc: “Miller, Jared” <JMiller@sanmarcostx.gov>, “Moyer, Laurie” <lmoyer@sanmarcostx.gov>
Subject: RE: Trees dead on hunter -4 heritage ones
Lisa Marie,
Attached is the recommendation and approval of the archeological clearance by TxDOT for the project.  Also, there are notes in the plans that require the contractor to stop work if any cultural resources are discovered, see the second attachment.  Please let me know if I can provide any additional information.
Thank you,
 
Richard P. Reynosa, P.E., CFM
Senior Project Engineer
City of San Marcos
(512)393-8235
From: Lisa Marie Coppoletta [mailto:lisa_coppoletta@yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 15, 2014 8:06 AM
To: Reynosa, Richard
Cc: Miller, Jared; Moyer, Laurie
Subject: Re: Trees dead on hunter -4 heritage ones
At what point for residents who care do we just throw in the towel? I’ve been involved on this project since all the problems began and Y’all really just take your sweet time don’t you. This is over two years of tree killing, land theft, favoritism for developers and disrespect to Native American cultural artifacts and human remains.
1. Where is the permit paperwork that this is on the up and up regarding Mr. Carson is getting FREE FILL, im sure lots of us would like FREE FILL. WHERE IS THE PERMIT? This can cause flooding on the other properties. The city is now enabling a developer to cause flooding. And, that area does flood, drive by next time it rains, it was flooding on Saturday in fact.
2. Those heritage trees are getting murdered by all the FREE FILL that is being piled on top of their roots. I am well aware that experts in the field of tree care have  inspected these trees with photos and unequivocally state these trees are being murdered…slowly.
3. They are digging very deep. The propensity to find human remains is very likely. Where is the required shovel test?
Where are the answers to my questions? Im going to write a letter to the editor If i don’t get some answers. This is an issue of favoritism and stewardship of trees as well as respect for human remains. Y’all get paid to do this we do not, and it is quite troubling that people who care have to keep sending emails on true concerns here in our community.
Each day you foot drag is another day a human remain or an arrowhead gets crushed and more fill is piled up on trees. Shall I take this that y’all don’t care at all by the time it takes to respond to legitimate concerns?
LM Coppoletta

From: Lisa Marie Coppoletta <lisa_coppoletta@yahoo.com>
To: “Reynosa, Richard” <RReynosa@sanmarcostx.gov>
Cc: “Miller, Jared” <JMiller@sanmarcostx.gov>; “Moyer, Laurie” <lmoyer@sanmarcostx.gov>
Sent: Sunday, October 12, 2014 9:06 AM
Subject: Re: Trees dead on hunter -4 heritage ones
Hi Mr. Reynosa,
(1) The landfill paperwork. That they have a permit. This can cause flooding to other properties. That land is clearly now built up. This is in our city code as you know.
(2) Also the paperwork that says tx dot contractors can use private property for said work. There should be a paper trail in your office as this is a road improvement project. Because to the rest of the community it looks like someone is getting free work, not a shocker in this community.
Thanks.Sent from my iPhone


> On Oct 8, 2014, at 12:51 PM, “Reynosa, Richard” <RReynosa@sanmarcostx.gov> wrote:
>
> What paperwork would you like to review?
>
> Thank you,
>
> Richard P. Reynosa, P.E., CFM
> Senior Project Engineer
> City of San Marcos
> (512)393-8235
rreynosa@sanmarcostx.gov
>
> —–Original Message—–
> From: Lisa Marie Coppoletta [mailto:lisa_coppoletta@yahoo.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 08, 2014 12:44 PM
> To: Reynosa, Richard
> Cc: Miller, Jared; Moyer, Laurie
> Subject: Re: Trees dead on hunter -4 heritage ones
>
> That’s Carson. I just looked it up. How do I review the paperwork?
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
>> On Oct 8, 2014, at 10:00 AM, “Reynosa, Richard” <RReynosa@sanmarcostx.gov> wrote:
>>
>> The property address is 1803 Hunter Road owned by Rio Marc Development Ltd.  What is being done on the site is an agreement between the owner and contractor.  No funds from the project are being used to pay for that work.
>>
>> Thank you,
>>
>> Richard P. Reynosa, P.E., CFM
>> Senior Project Engineer
>> City of San Marcos
>> (512)393-8235
>> rreynosa@sanmarcostx.gov
>>
>> —–Original Message—–
>> From: Lisa Marie Coppoletta [mailto:lisa_coppoletta@yahoo.com]
>> Sent: Wednesday, October 08, 2014 9:00 AM
>> To: Reynosa, Richard; Miller, Jared
>> Subject: Re: Trees dead on hunter -4 heritage ones
>>
>> Just a follow up. Whose property is getting cleared? Are they paying for that or are the taxpayers ? I’ve been told it is Mr Carson’s. Please advise.
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>
>>> On Oct 6, 2014, at 9:22 AM, Lisa Marie Coppoletta <lisa_coppoletta@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>>
>>> PS
>>> And if those trees were already dead would like to know if the property owner is aware this happened.
>>>
>>> It has come to my understand Mr. Carson’s property is also getting some work. Is he paying for this?
>>>
>>> Where is the barrier to protect the tree they “accidentally killed” ? Was the contractor fined for the snafu on Bishop and Hopkins?
>>>
>>> It has been months since the protection of the stump that is left was promised with no follow up of action.
>>>
>>> Thanks.
>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>>
>>>> On Oct 5, 2014, at 1:56 PM, Lisa Marie Coppoletta <lisa_coppoletta@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Why are four heritage trees torn down on hunter? This looks related to road project. Also when will I get shovel text data? Are more trees going to be killed? And why were those door trees killed.  Directly across from old icehouse. Please let me know ASAP.
>>>>
>>>> This project is getting real old.
>>>>
>>>> Sent from my iPhone