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Perry Letter Part II: Perry Homes’ BBB Report

In yesterday’s post about the letter that Attorney J. Carey Gray sent to Houston’s City Attorney on behalf of Perry Homes’ subsidiaries, I questioned Perry Homes’ sincerity about flood mitigation. Gray expressed his clients’ concerns about Elm Grove flood victims from May and September while his clients sue the victims. Perry Homes’ BBB report helps put Mr. Gray’s letter in perspective.

Rescue from Shady Maple immediately below Perry Homes’ development, Woodridge Village, during May 7th flood. Approximately 200 homes in Elm Grove and North Kingwood Forest flooded that day. An estimated two to three times as many flooded in September.

BBB Report on Perry Homes

Perry Homes’ BBB Report, screen-captured on 10/19/2019.

Readers’ Responses To First Post About Perry Letter

In regard to yesterday’s post, many flood-weary Elm Grove readers commented that Mr. Gray’s letter to the City wasn’t worth the paper it was printed on. Hmmmmm. Looks like the flood victims are not alone.

Posted by Bob Rehak on 10/20/2019 with help from Jeff Miller

782 Days after Hurricane Harvey and 31 after Imelda

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner made Mr. Gray’s letter the showcase of last Thursday’s Kingwood Town Hall Meeting in advance of early voting. The thoughts expressed in this post represent my opinions on political matters, public policy, and public safety. They are protected by the First Amendment of the US Constitution and the Anti-SLAPP Statute of the Great State of Texas. BBB is a registered trademark of the Better Business Bureau.