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Fort Stockton, TX Supercharger permit applied

Discussion in 'North America' started by vperl, Dec 1, 2016.

  1. vperl

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    Fort Stockton, TX Supercharger permit applied

    Fort Stockton, TX Supercharger permit applied
    Submitted by vperl on December 1, 2016
    Talked to city of Fort Stockton,TX 11am Pacific today, gave address and information about the next SUPERCHARGER location.

    Permit being issued.

    http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/fstfi-fairfield-inn-and-suites-for...

    2571 I-10 Service Road (zip) 79735
     
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  2. Sharkbait

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    I was viewing the progress of Supercharger installs across Interstate 10 and noted the Ft. Stockton permit this morning. From San Antonio going west, there is one in process at Junction, TX and Ozona, TX as well. It's 245 miles or so from Ft. Stockton, TX to El Paso. Even if there was a SC in El Paso, I don't believe my S75 could make it from Ft. Stockton to El Paso It's nice to see hotels like Holiday Inn Express and Marriott embracing Tesla.
     
  3. vperl

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    Call the city of Van Horn , TX

    Ask for the electrical permits office, ask them.

    That is what I did at Fort Stockton.

    They enjoyed the question.

    Google the number

    Thanks
     
  4. SW2Fiddler

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    This.
    Ardmore, OK also enjoyed the question. But Baytown, TX required me to file a FOIA request.
     
  5. vperl

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    One might point out permits are in the public domain.

    I would be curious why any city, countynofficial would claim A FOIA was required.

    Public record.... But they are just lazy, probably.
    Was donut, coffee break time
     
  6. TexasEV

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    There's no contradiction there. Some public records need written request for disclosure.
     
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    Is that a State, city, or county requirement ?
     
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    In this case, there was no permit to find in The City Of Baytown. The FOIA request process bought them twenty days to do the search and they came back on Day 21 with a 'nothing found'
    (the Baytown SC ended up being in Channelview).
     

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