Numerous people have sent ReduceFlooding.com stories about how Perry Homes and Kathy Perry Britton changed their Christmas. Some are real and some are just expressions of anger.
Adaptations Reported by Residents This Christmas
Stringing Christmas tree lights three feet up from the floor for safety.
Converting Christmas yard decorations to blow up plastic types that float.
Monitoring radar screens for storms instead of Santa.
Instead of toys, kids get interior doors, Home Depot gift cards, wallboard and wet vacs.
Ornamental reindeer on the roof equipped with scuba gear.
Decorating the dumpster in the front yard.
Letters to Santa Express Christmas Wishes
Several folks have also shared their letters to Santa:
All I want for Christmas is for you to get Perry Homes to finish the job they started so we can be safe.
Our elderly neighbors and the children are suffering. So please make Kathy Perry Britton admit her mistakes, apologize and go away.
Perry Homes has done nothing to stop flooding since May. Imelda proved that. We need someone who knows what they’re doing to step in and fix things.
CEO Deprived Thousands of Christmas
Yep. You get the idea. The Grinch has nothing on Kathy Perry Britton. The new “Queen of Mean” has already taken homes, Thanksgiving and Christmas from thousands of kids. Ms. Britton could soon take Easter, too. She:
- Pulled workers from the Woodridge Village job site.
- Left three detention ponds – 77% of the total detention capacity – unfinished, or more appropriately, UN-STARTED.
- Stalled production of evidence in court for months.
- Sued flood victims.
- Refused to deal in good faith with the City of Houston. Or anyone else for that matter.
And yet her highly paid PR staff positions her as a business leader. Only in Houston!
This is the stuff of legend. Or delusion. Perhaps we buy her a one-way Greyhound ticket to Guatemala.
No. On second thought, Guatemala is too nice. Other ideas gratefully accepted.
Posted by Bob Rehak on 12/25/2019 with input from Jeff Miller, Isabelle Fleenor and the community
848 Days after Hurricane Harvey and 95 since Imelda