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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF TARRANT
TO: ERNEST CAMPBELL, SR., WHOSE RESIDENCE IS UNKNOWN AND IF DECEASED, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF ERNEST CAMPBELL A/K/A ERNEST CAMPBELL, SR., WHOSE NAMES AND RESIDENCES ARE UNKNOWN; WILLIE M. CAMPBELL A/K/A WILLIE MARY CAMPBELL, WHOSE RESIDENCE IS UNKNOWN AND IF DECEASED, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF WILLIE M. CAMPBELL A/K/A WILLIE MARY CAMPBELL, WHOSE NAMES AND RESIDENCES ARE UNKNOWN; AND ERNEST CAMPBELL, JR., WHOSE RESIDENCE IS UNKNOWN AND IF DECEASED, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF ERNEST CAMPBELL JR., WHOSE NAMES AND RESIDENCES ARE UNKNOWN.
You are each hereby notified that a hearing will be held at 10:00 o'clock a.m., on the first Monday after the expiration of forty-two (42) days from the date of issuance hereof, that is to say Monday, the 2nd day of August, 2021, and at Virtual, to assess the damages of the owner of the property being condemned.
Pursuant to Governor Abbott's March 13, 2020 Disaster Declaration due to COVID 19 and the Supreme Court's First Emergency Order Regarding the COVID-19 State of Disaster (Misc. Docket No. 20-9042), the undersigned Commissioners have set the time and place of hearing the parties and said matters as 10:00 o'clock A.M. on the 2nd day of August, 2021, by telephone or video conference located in said County. Said telephone or video conference may be accessed by calling 346-248-7799 and entering access code 943 4580 1241, followed by the pound (#) symbol.
Said telephone or video conference may also be accessed on the internet using the information below:
https://zoom.us/j/94345801241?pwd=Nk9UV2hUTGIMWGdiUFVqWW1mWjlBdz09
Meeting specific URL:
Meeting number: 943 4580 1241
Meeting password: 126542
This hearing may be recorded or transcribed.
The State of Texas filed a First Amended Petition for Condemnation with the Judge of the County Court at Law No. 2 of Tarrant County, Texas, on the 16th day of March, 2021, in Cause No. 2021-001446-2 which is styled The State of Texas v. Joe L. Campbell a/k/a Joe Louis Campbell, et al. The Plaintiff is the State of Texas. The Defendants are: Ernest Campbell, Sr., whose residence is unknown and if deceased, the unknown heirs of Ernest Campbell a/k/a Ernest Campbell, Sr., whose names and residences are unknown; Willie M. Campbell a/k/a Willie Mary CampbeIl, whose residence is unknown and if deceased, the unknown heirs of Willie M. Campbell a/k/a Willie Mary CampbeIl, whose names and residences are unknown; and Ernest Campbell, Jr., whose residence is unknown and if deceased, the unknown heirs of Ernest CampbeIl Jr., whose names and residences are unknown, and, if any of them be deceased, their respective heirs and legal representatives, if any; Joe L. Campbell a/k/a Joe Louis Campbell; and Vantage Fort Worth Energy, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company.
The name and address of the attorney for Plaintiff is Adia Floyd, Assistant Attorney General, P.O. Box 12548, Austin, Texas 78711-2548.
This suit is an eminent domain proceeding in which the State of Texas is condemning a tract of land located in Tarrant County, Texas, containing the property fully described in Exhibit "A' of Plaintiff's First Amended Petition for Condemnation filed under the above-referenced cause number.
The interests of these Defendants are that they either own or claim an interest in said property, subject to unpaid accrued taxes.
You are further notified that you may appear at the hearing before the special commissioners and present evidence you desire on the issue of damages to be assessed against the State. If you do not appear at the hearing, the Special Commissioners may proceed to assess the damages of the owner of the property being condemned.
If this Notice is not served within ninety (90) days after its issuance, it shall be returned forthwith.
ISSUED this 18th day of June, 2021.
Vic Tinsley
John Maddux
Brant Martin
SPECIAL COMMISSIONERS
NO. 2021-001446-2
THE STATE OF TEXAS
V.
JOE L. CAMPBELL A/K/A JOE LOUIS CAMPBELL, ET AL
CONDEMNATION PROCEEDING FILED
IN THE COUNTY COURT AT LAW NO.2
OF TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS
FIRST AMENDED PETITION FOR CONDEMNATION
TO SAID HONORABLE JUDGE:
Now comes the State of Texas, herein called Plaintiff, acting by and through the Texas Transportation Commission, represented herein by the Attorney General of Texas who, at the request of the Texas Transportation Commission, brings this action and files this, its original Petition for the condemnation of the real property and interests or rights pertaining thereto as hereinafter-described, and shows that the owners of said land and their addresses for service are as follows: JOE L. CAMPBELL A/K/A JOE LOUIS CAMPBELL, whose address for service is 6041 Ramey Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas 76112-7930; ERNEST CAMPBELL A/K/A ERNEST CAMPBELL, SR., WHOSE RESIDENCE IS UNKNOWN AND IF DECEASED, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF ERNEST CAMPBELL A/K/A ERNEST CAMPBELL, SR., WHOSE NAMES AND RESIDENCES ARE UNKNOWN; WILLIE M. CAMPBELL A/K/A WILLIE MARY CAMPBELL, WHOSE RESIDENCE IS UNKNOWN AND IF DECEASED, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF WILLIE M. CAMPBELL A/K/A WILLIE MARY CAMPBELL, WHOSE NAMES AND RESIDENCES ARE UNKNOWN; ERNEST CAMPBELL, JR., WHOSE RESIDENCE IS UNKNOWN AND IF DECEASED, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF ERNEST CAMPBELL, JR., WHOSE NAMES AND RESIDENCES ARE UNKNOWN; and VANTAGE FORT WORTH ENERGY, LLC, A DELAWARE
LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, by serving: C T Corporation System, Registered Agent, 1999 Bryan Street, Suite 900, Dallas, Texas 75201-3136, hereinafter called Defendant (whether one or more) or called owner (whether one or more) and shows as follows:
1.
It is intended that discovery, if any, will be conducted under Level 3.
2.
That Defendant is the owner of the real property situated in Tarrant County, Texas, as described in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and incorporated herein for all purposes.
3.
The Texas Transportation Commission has found that in order to promote the public safety, to facilitate the safety and movement of traffic, and to preserve the financial investment of the public in its highways, public necessity requires the laying out, opening, constructing, reconstructing, maintaining, widening, straightening, extending, and operating of controlled access highways in the State of Texas as a part of the State highway system at such locations as are determined necessary by such Commission; that the Texas Transportation Commission has further found and determined that the tract(s) of land and improvements, if any, described in Exhibit "A" is/are suitable for public use for such purposes on the State highway designated as IH-820, and it is intended to use said land for said purposes and it is necessary to acquire the fee simple title to said land, and improvements, if any, as provided by law, to be used on said State highway designated in Exhibit "A", as a part of the State highway system to be laid out, opened, constructed, reconstructed, maintained, widened, straightened, extended, and operated thereon. Plaintiff, in the exercise of the police power for the preservation of human life and safety, and under existing laws, has designated said highways as a controlled access highway pursuant to Title 6 of the Tex. Transp. Code Ann. (Vernon 2009), in accordance with Texas Transportation Code Section 203.031; and where there is adjoining real property remaining after acquisition of a parcel, the roads are to be constructed, reconstructed or improved as part of the highway facility with the right of ingress and egress to or from the remaining real property adjoining the highway facility to be permitted unless specifically denied, as designated and set forth on the attached Exhibit "A". Plaintiff is entitled to condemn the fee simple title in such land and improvements, if any, for said purposes aforesaid and asks that the same be condemned for such purposes aforesaid; provided, however, there is excluded from said estate to be condemned all the oil, gas and sulphur which can be removed from beneath said land aforesaid without any right whatever remaining to the owner of such oil, gas and sulphur of ingress or egress to or from the surface of said land and improvements, if any, for the purpose of exploring, developing, drilling, or mining of the same.
4.
The Landowner's Bill of Rights was sent to the landowner in accordance with Texas Property Code Section 21.0112.
5.
That Plaintiff made a bona fide offer to acquire the property described in Exhibit "A" from the property owner voluntarily in accordance with Texas Property Code Section 21.0113.
6.
That Plaintiff and Defendant have been unable to agree upon the value of said real estate and interest therein to be condemned or the damages occasioned by the acquisition of such land and improvements, if any, and asks that Special Commissioners be appointed as provided by law to assess the damages of the owner.
7.
Pursuant to Texas Property Code Section 21.021. Plaintiff seeks an order from the court granting it immediate possession of the property described in Exhibit "A". pending the results of further litigation, upon its deposit of the amount of damages awarded by the Special Commissioners. and the costs awarded to the property owner(s). if any. with the court subject to the order of the property owner(s).
PRAYER
WHEREFORE. the State of Texas respectfully prays that three disinterested real property to be owners be appointed as Special Commissioners to assess the damages of the owner and file their decision all as provided by law, to the end that Plaintiff may have a final judgment or decree of condemnation vesting in the State of Texas the fee simple title to said land and improvements. if any, except as above provided as to oil. gas. and sulphur, for writ of possession, for costs of suit, prejudgment and post-judgment interest on the amount of money that the Award of Special Commissioners exceeds the amount of money awarded by the judgment to the Defendant herein, and for such other and further relief, general and special, at law or in equity, that Plaintiff may show itself justly entitled.
Respectfully submitted,
KEN PAXTON
Attorney General of Texas
BRENT WEBSTER
First Assistant Attorney General
GRANT DORFMAN
Deputy First Assistant Attorney General
SHAWN COWLES
Deputy Attorney General for Civil Litigation
ESTEBAN S.M. SOTO
Chief, Transportation Division
/s/ Adia Mercado
ADIA MERCADO
Assistant Attorney General
State Bar No. 24107564
Transportation Division
P.O. Box 12548
Austin, Texas 78711-2548
Telephone: (512) 416-8560
Facsimile: (512) 936-0888
Email: adia.mercado-montero@oag.texas.gov
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF,
TIlE STATE OF TEXAS
Exhibit "A"
Page 1 of 4
Parcel 594A
I-820
ROW CSJ: 0008-13-242
April 3, 2020
Exhibit A, Page 1 of 4
Being 0.015 acres of land, more or less, situated in the County of Tarrant, State of Texas, and being out of the Charles Phipps Survey, Abstract Number 1224, and being a portion of a tract of land described in the deed to Joe L. Campbell, recorded in Volume 14389, Page 46 (see Volume 3056, Page 40 for description) of the Deed Records, Tarrant County, Texas (D.R.T.C.T.), and being a portion of Lot 16-R-1, Block 3 of Carver Heights, an addition to the City of Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, recorded in Volume 388-4, Page 113 of the Plat Records, Tarrant County, Texas (P.R.T.C.T.) of which 0.015 acres of land, more or less, is more particularly described as follows:
COMMENCING at a 5/8 inch iron rod with yellow plastic cap stamped "SAM LLC" set for the southwest corner of a tract of land described in the deed to Halimah Ette, recorded in Instrument Number D219067292 of the Official Public Records, Tarrant County, Texas (O.P.R.T.C.T.), and Lot 17-R, Block 3 of Carver Heights, an addition to the City of Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, recorded in Volume 388-5, Page 51 of said P.R.T.C.T., and the southeast corner of a tract of land described in the deed to Carlton Polk, Michelle Polk, and Francine Brown, recorded in Instrument Number D205095568 of said O.P.R.T.C.T. and Lot 18-R of said Carver Heights Block 3 (Volume 388-5, Page 51), also being in the existing north right-of-way line of Ramey Avenue, a variable width right-of-way;
THENCE North 89°34'06" East, along the existing north right-of-way line of said Ramey Avenue and the south line of said Ette tract and said Lot 17-R, a distance of 63.00 feet to a 5/8 inch iron rod with pink plastic cap stamped ''TxDOT Survey Marker Right Of Way"** set for the southwest corner of said Campbell tract and said Lot 16-R-1 and the southeast corner of said Ette tract and said Lot 17-R, also being in the proposed west right-of-way line of Interstate 820 (I-820), a variable width right-of-way for the POINT OF BEGINNING, at Sta. 467+58.09, 308.31 feet left and having Texas State Plane Coordinate System, N.A.D. 83 (2010), North Central Zone (4202), surface coordinates of North 6,948,290.52, East 2,360,497.91;
1) THENCE North 00°27'04" West, along the proposed west right-of-way line of said I-820, the west line of said Campbell tract and said Lot 16-R-1, and the east line of said Ette tract and said Lot 17-R, a distance of 5.97 feet to a 5/8 inch iron rod with pink plastic cap stamped "TxDOT Survey Marker Right Of Way"" set for the beginning of a curve to the left;
Exhibit "A"
Page 2 of 4
Parcel 594A
I-820
ROW CSJ: 0008-13-242
April 3, 2020
Exhibit A, Page 2 of 4
2) THENCE along the proposed west right-of-way line of said 1-820 and across said Campbell tract and said Lot 16-R-1, with the arc of said curve to the left, an arc length of 31.84 feet, through a central angle of 05°39'55", having a radius of 322.03 feet, and whose chord bears North 81°08'23" East, a distance of 31.83 feet to a 5/8 inch iron rod with pink plastic cap stamped "TxDOT Survey Marker Right Of Way"** set for the beginning of a reverse curve to the right;
3) THENCE continuing along the proposed west right-of-way line of said I-820 and across said Campbell tract and said Lot 16-R-1, with the arc of said curve to the right, an arc length of 29.87 feet, through a central angle of 04°51 '44", having a radius of 352.03 feet, and whose chord bears North 80°44'18" East, a distance of 29.87 feet to a 5/8 inch iron rod with yellow plastic cap stamped "SAM LLC" set for corner in the east line of said Campbell tract and said Lot 16-R-1 and the west line of a tract of land described in the deed to Rita L. Davis and Tommy Davis, Wife and Husband, recorded in Instrument Number D217162317 of said O.P.R.T.C.T. and Lot 15-R of said Carver Heights Block 3 (Volume 388-5, Page 51);
4) THENCE South 00°27'04" East, along the east line of said Campbell tract and said Lot 16-R-1 and the west line of said Davis tract and said Lot 15-R, a distance of 15.22 feet to a 5/8 inch iron rod with yellow plastic cap stamped "SAM LLC" set for the southeast corner of said Campbell tract and said Lot 16-R-1 and the southwest corner of said Davis tract and said Lot 15-R, also being in the existing north right-of-way line of said Ramey Avenue;
Exhibit "A"
Page 3 of 4
Parcel 594A
I-820
ROW CSJ: 0008-13-242
April 3, 2020
Exhibit A, Page 3 of 4
5) THENCE South 89°34'06" West, along the existing north right-of-way line of said Ramey Avenue and the south line of said Campbell tract and said Lot 16-R-1, a distance of 61.00 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING, containing 641 square feet (0.015 acres) of land, more or less.
NOTE: Survey sketch to accompany this legal description.
NOTE: Bearings are based on NAD 83 Datum, Texas State, Plane Coordinate System, North Central Zone, with all distances and coordinates adjusted to surface by project surface factor of 1.00012.
** The monument described and set in this call may be replaced with a TxDOT Type II Right of Way Marker upon the completion of the highway construction project under the supervision of a Registered Professional Land Surveyor, either employed or retained by TxDOT.
That I Eric A. Kreiner, a Registered Professional Land Surveyor in the State of Texas, hereby states that this survey was made from an actual on the ground survey made in February, 2020 under my supervision, that all monuments exist as shown hereon and this survey substantially conforms with the current professional and technical standards as set forth by the Texas Board of Professional Land Surveying.
Eric A. Kreiner
Registered Professional Land Surveyor
TBPLS Firm 1064300
Surveying And Mapping, LLC (SAM)
1301 W. Mockingbird Lane. Suite 400W
Dallas, Texas 75247

6/29, 7/6, 7/13, 7/20

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF TARRANT
TO: SCOUTS OF HANDLEY, AND ITS UNKNOWN MEMBERS, WHOSE NAMES AND LOCATIONS ARE UNKNOWN, AND, IF DECEASED, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF SCOUTS OF HANDLEY, AND ITS UNKNOWN MEMBERS, WHOSE NAMES AND LOCATIONS ARE UNKNOWN
You are each hereby notified that a hearing will be held at 10:00 o'clock a.m., on the first Monday after the expiration of forty-two (42) days from the date of issuance hereof, that is to say Monday, the 28th day of June, 2021, and at https://zoom.us/j/97950747071?pwd=TUYvRDRDeWNFNk1LdEIWZEIqWStLQT09, to assess the damages of the owner of the property being condemned.
Pursuant to Governor Abbott's Disaster Declaration due to COVID 19 and the Supreme Court's Emergency Order Regarding the COVID-19 State of Disaster, the undersigned Commissioners have set the time and place of hearing the parties and said matters as 10:00 o'clock A.M. on the 28th day of June, 2021, by telephone or video conference located in said County. Said telephone or video conference may be accessed by calling 346-248-7799 and entering access code 979 5074 7071, followed by the pound (#) symbol.
Said telephone or video conference may also be accessed on the internet using the information below:
Meeting specific URL: https://zoom.us/j/97950747071?pwd=TUYvRDRDeWNFNk1ldEIWZEIqWStLQT09
Meeting number: 943 5074 7071
Meeting password: 133918
This hearing may be recorded or transcribed.
The State of Texas filed a Petition for Condemnation with the Judge of the County Court at Law No. 1 of Tarrant County, Texas, on the 25th day of January, 2021, in Cause No. 2021-000489-1 which is styled The State of Texas v. Heart O' Texas Council of the Boy Scouts of America, a Texas non-profit corporation d/b/a Longhorn Council, Boy Scouts of America d/b/a Scouts of Handley. The Plaintiff is the State of Texas. The Defendants are: Scouts of Handley, and its unknown members, whose names and locations are unknown, and, if deceased, the unknown heirs of Scouts of Handley, and its unknown members, whose names and locations are unknown, and, if any of them be deceased, their respective heirs and legal representatives, if any; and Heart O' Texas Council of the Boy Scouts of America, a Texas non-profit corporation d/b/a Longhorn Council, Boy Scouts of America d/b/a Scouts of Handley.
The name and address of the attorney for Plaintiff is Cartherine R. Fuller, Assistant Attorney General, P.O. Box 12548, Austin, Texas 78711-2548.
This suit is an eminent domain proceeding in which the State of Texas is condemning a tract of land located in Tarrant County, Texas, containing the property fully described in Exhibit "A' of Plaintiff's Petition for Condemnation and First Amended Petition for Condemnation filed under the above-referenced cause number.
The interests of these Defendants are that they either own or claim an interest in said property, subject to unpaid accrued taxes.
You are further notified that you may appear at the hearing before the special commissioners and present evidence you desire on the issue of damages to be assessed against the State. If you do not appear at the hearing, the Special Commissioners may proceed to assess the damages of the owner of the property being condemned.
If this Notice is not served within ninety (90) days after its issuance, it shall be returned forthwith.
ISSUED this 12th day of May, 2021.
Ed Markey
Jim Austin
Charles Edmonds
SPECIAL COMMISSIONERS
NO. 2021-000489-01
THE STATE OF TEXAS
V.
HEART O' TEXAS COUNCIL OF THE
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, A TEXAS
NON-PROFIT CORPORATION D/B/A
LONGHORN COUNCIL, BOY SCOUTS
OF AMERICA D/B/A SCOUTS OF
HANDLEY
CONDEMNATION PROCEEDING FILED
IN THE COUNTY COURT AT LAW NO.1
OF TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS
FIRST AMENDED PETITION FOR CONDEMNATION
TO SAID HONORABLE JUDGE:
Now comes the State of Texas, herein called Plaintiff, acting by and through the Texas Transportation Commission, represented herein by the Attorney General of Texas who, at the request of the Texas Transportation Commission, brings this action and files this, its original Petition for the condemnation of the real property and interests or rights pertaining thereto as hereinafter-described, and shows that the owners of said land and their addresses for service are as follows:
— SCOUTS OF HANDLEY, AND ITS UNKNOWN MEMBERS, WHOSE NAMES AND LOCATIONS ARE UNKNOWN, AND, IF DECEASED, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF SCOUTS OF HANDLEY, AND ITS UNKNOWN MEMBERS, whose names and locations are unknown; and
— HEART O' TEXAS COUNCIL OF THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, A TEXAS NON-PROFIT CORPORATION D/B/A LONGHORN COUNCIL, BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA D/B/A SCOUTS OF HANDLEY, by serving John A. Coyle, Registered Agent, 850 Cannon Drive, Hurst, Texas 76054, hereinafter called Defendant (whether one or more) or called owner (whether one or more) and shows as follows:
1.
It is intended that discovery, if any, will be conducted under Level 3.
2.
That Defendant is the owner of the real property situated in Tarrant County, Texas, as described in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and incorporated herein for all purposes.
3.
The Texas Transportation Commission has found that in order to promote the public safety, to facilitate the safety and movement of traffic, and to preserve the financial investment of the public in its highways, public necessity requires the laying out, opening, constructing, reconstructing, maintaining, widening, straightening, extending, and operating of controlled access highways in the State of Texas as a part of the State highway system at such locations as are determined necessary by such Commission; that the Texas Transportation Commission has further found and determined that the tract(s) of land and improvements, if any, described in Exhibit "A" is/are suitable for public use for such purposes on the State highway designated as I-820/Southeast Connector, and it is intended to use said land for said purposes and it is necessary to acquire the fee simple title to said land, and improvements, if any, as provided by law, to be used on said State highway designated in Exhibit "A", as a part of the State highway system to be laid out, opened, constructed, reconstructed, maintained, widened, straightened, extended, and operated thereon. Plaintiff, in the exercise of the police power for the preservation of human life and safety, and under existing laws, has designated said highways as a controlled access highway pursuant to Title 6 of the Tex. Transp. Code Ann. (Vernon 2009), in accordance with Texas Transportation Code Section 203.031; and where there is adjoining real property remaining after acquisition of a parcel, the roads are to be constructed, reconstructed or improved as part of the highway facility with the right of ingress and egress to or from the remaining real property adjoining the highway facility to be permitted unless specifically denied, as designated and set forth on the attached Exhibit "A". Plaintiff is entitled to condemn the fee simple title in such land and improvements, if any, for said purposes aforesaid and asks that the same be condemned for such purposes aforesaid; provided, however, there is excluded from said estate to be condemned all the oil, gas and sulphur which can be removed from beneath said land aforesaid without any right whatever remaining to the owner of such oil, gas and sulphur of ingress or egress to or from the surface of said land and improvements, if any, for the purpose of exploring, developing, drilling, or mining of the same.
4.
The Landowner's Bill of Rights was sent to the landowner in accordance with Texas Property Code Section 21.0112.
5.
That Plaintiff made a bona fide offer to acquire the property described in Exhibit "A" from the property owner voluntarily in accordance with Texas Property Code Section 21.0113.
6.
That Plaintiff and Defendant have been unable to agree upon the value of said real estate and interest therein to be condemned or the damages occasioned by the acquisition of such land and improvements, if any, and asks that Special Commissioners be appointed as provided by law to assess the damages of the owner.
7.
Pursuant to Texas Property Code Section 21.021. Plaintiff seeks an order from the court granting it immediate possession of the property described in Exhibit "A". pending the results of further litigation, upon its deposit of the amount of damages awarded by the Special Commissioners. and the costs awarded to the property owner(s). if any. with the court subject to the order of the property owner(s).
PRAYER
WHEREFORE. the State of Texas respectfully prays that three disinterested real property to be owners be appointed as Special Commissioners to assess the damages of the owner and file their decision all as provided by law, to the end that Plaintiff may have a final judgment or decree of condemnation vesting in the State of Texas the fee simple title to said land and improvements. if any, except as above provided as to oil. gas. and sulphur, for writ of possession, for costs of suit, prejudgment and post-judgment interest on the amount of money that the Award of Special Commissioners exceeds the amount of money awarded by the judgment to the Defendant herein, and for such other and further relief, general and special, at law or in equity, that Plaintiff may show itself justly entitled.
Respectfully submitted,
KEN PAXTON
Attorney General of Texas
BRENT WEBSTER
First Assistant Attorney General
GRANT DORFMAN
Deputy First Assistant Attorney General
SHAWN COWLES
Deputy Attorney General for Civil Litigation
ESTEBAN S.M. SOTO
Chief, Transportation Division
CATHERINE R. FULLER
Assistant Attorney General
State Bar No. 24107254
Transportation Division
P.O. Box 12548
Austin, Texas 78711-2548
Telephone: (512) 936-1142
Facsimile: (512) 936-0888
Email: catherine.fuller@oag.texas.gov
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF,
TIlE STATE OF TEXAS
Exhibit "A"
Page 1 of 4
Parcel 544
I-820
ROW CSJ: 0008-13-242
January 31, 2020
Revised April 3, 2020
Exhibit A, Page 1 of 4
Being 0.208 acres of land, more or less, situated in the County of Tarrant, State of Texas, and being out of the John Balch Survey, Abstract Number 82, and being all of a tract of land described in the deed to Scouts of Handley, recorded in Volume 3391, Page 136 of the Deed Records, Tarrant County, Texas, (D.R.T.C.T), which 0.208 acres of land, more or less, is more particularly described as follows:
COMMENCING at a 5/8 inch iron rod found for the southwest corner of a tract of land described in the deed to Handley Meadowbrook Lions Club Charitable Foundation, Inc., recorded in Instrument Number D207209427 of the Official Public Records, Tarrant County, Texas, (O.P.R.T.C.T.), and Lot 86 of Pollard Estates, an addition to the City of Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, recorded in Volume 388-K, Page 579, of the Plat Records of Tarrant County, Texas (P.R.T.C.T.), also being the southeast corner ofa tract of land described in the deed to Javier L. Ornelas and Sonia Jaurequi-Guzman, recorded in Instrument Number D215124384, of said O.P.R.T.C.T., and Lot 85 of said Pollard Estates, and being in the existing north right-of-way line of Craig Street, a variable width right-of-way;
THENCE North 87°50'29" East, along the existing north right-of-way line of said Craig Street and the south line of said Handley Meadowbrook Lions Club tract and said Lot 86, a distance of 120.18 feet to a calculated point for the southeast corner of said Handley Meadowbrook Lions Club tract and said Lot 86, and the southwest corner of a tract of land described in the deed to Scouts of Handley, recorded in Volume 3391, Page 135, of said D.R.T.C.T.;
1) THENCE North 89°36'38" East, along the existing north right-of-way line of said Craig Street and the south line of said Scouts of Handley tract (Volume 3391, Page 135), a distance of 90.05 feet to a 5/8 inch iron rod with pink plastic cap stamped ''TxDOT Survey Marker Right Of Way"** set in the proposed west right-of-way line of Interstate 820 (I-820), a variable width right-of-way for the southwest corner of said Scouts of Handley tract (Volume 3391, Page 136) and the southeast corner of said Scouts of Handley tract (Volume 3391, Page 135) and the POINT OF BEGINNING, at Sta. 529+74.62,491.38 feet left and having Texas State Plane Coordinate System, N.A.D. 83 (2010), North Central Zone (4202), surface coordinates of North 6,954,599.23, East 2,360,286.59;
Exhibit "A"
Page 2 of 4
Parcel 544
I-820
ROW CSJ: 0008-13-242
January 31, 2020
Revised April 3, 2020
Exhibit A, Page 2 of 4
2) THENCE North 00°28'43" West, along the proposed west right-of-way line of said I-820, the west line of said Scouts of Handley tract (Volume 3391, Page 136), and the east line of said Scouts of Handley tract (Volume 3391, Page 135), a distance of 57.43 feet to a 5/8 inch iron rod with yellow plastic cap stamped "SAM LLC" set for the northwest comer of said Scouts of Handley tract (Volume 3391, Page 136) and the southeast comer of a tract of land described in deed to Veronica Macias recorded in Instrument Number D209299736 of said O.P.R.T.C.T.;
3) THENCE North 89°36'26" East, along the north line of said Scouts of Handley tract (Volume 3391, Page 136) and the south line of said Macias tract, a distance of 158.08 feet to a 5/8 inch iron rod with yellow plastic cap stamped "SAM LLC" set for the northeast comer of said Scouts of Handley tract (Volume 3391, Page 136) and the northwest comer of a tract of land described in the deed to Al Guadalupe Ceron, recorded in Instrument Number D212056858, of said O.P.R.T.C.T.;
4) THENCE South 00°23'34" East, along the east line of said Scouts of Handley tract (Volume 3391, Page 136) and the west line of said Ceron tract, a distance of 57.44 feet to a 5/8 inch iron rod with yellow plastic cap stamped "SAM LLC" set for the southeast comer of said Scouts of Handley tract (Volume 3391, Page 136) and the southwest comer of said Ceron tract, also being in the existing north right-of-way line of said Craig Street;
Exhibit "A"
Page 3 of 4
Parcel 544
I-820
ROW CSJ: 0008-13-242
January 31, 2020
Revised April 3, 2020
Exhibit A, Page 3 of 4
5) THENCE South 89°36'38" West, along the existing north right-of-way line of said Craig Street and the south line of said Scouts of Handley tract (Volume 3391, Page 136), a distance of 158.00 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING, containing 9,077 square feet (0.208 acres) ofland, more or less.
NOTE: Survey sketch to accompany this legal description.
NOTE: Bearings are based on NAD 83 Datum, Texas State, Plane Coordinate System, North Central Zone, with all distances and coordinates adjusted to surface by project surface factor of 1.00012.
** The monument described and set in this call may be replaced with a TxDOT Type II Right of Way Marker upon the completion of the highway construction project under the supervision of a Registered Professional Land Surveyor, either employed or retained by TxDOT.
That I Eric A. Kreiner, a Registered Professional Land Surveyor in the State of Texas, hereby states that this survey was made from an actual on the ground survey made in December, 2019 under my supervision, that all monuments exist as shown hereon and this survey substantially conforms with the current professional and technical standards as set forth by the Texas Board of Professional Land Surveying.
Eric A. Kreiner
Registered Professional Land Surveyor
TBPLS Firm 1064300
Surveying And Mapping, LLC (SAM)
1301 W. Mockingbird Lane. Suite 400W
Dallas, Texas 75247

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AT&T Mobility, LLC is proposing to construct a 35-foot overall height small cell pole telecommunications support structure located at 7090 Sandy Ridge, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas (N32° 38' 27.6", W97° 21' 43.1"). AT&T Mobility, LLC invites comments from any interested party on the impact the proposed undertaking may have on any districts, sites, buildings, structures, or objects significant in American history, archaeology, engineering, or culture that are listed or determined eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places under National Historic Preservation Act Section 106. Comments may be sent to Environmental Corporation of America, ATTN: Annamarie Howell, 1375 Union Hill Industrial Court, Suite A, Alpharetta, GA 30004 or via email to publicnotice@eca-usa.com. Ms. Howell can be reached at (770) 667-2040 during normal business hours. Comments must be received within 30 days of the date of this notice. X1443 DMG

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