It must be Monday….
Well crap. As if the Texans game wasn’t enough. Then the Saint’s lost a nail biter. Then I get this from neighbor Mike.
He is referring to Greg and Pam’s place on Oak.
Anyone have any wandering company Friday night?
" Somebody got into my son's truck last night @ 515 Oak. The glovebox was gone through and contents dumped but wasn't anything of value. Just a heads up."
Capt. Mike Linbeck
Pay attention folks. We have to watch each others back.
Then the City got this little jewel.It's thirteen pages long, this is just the first page but it's public knowledge so you can look up the case if you feel so inclined. For your reading enjoyment I present:
Case 3:13-cv-00358 Document 1 Filed in TXSD on 10/09/13 Page 1 of 13
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS
LYNDA S. MICHAELSKI and ß
PATRICK J. MICHAELSKI, ß
ß Civil Action No. _______________
CITY OF CLEAR LAKE SHORES ß JURY TRIAL DEMANDED
TO THE HONORABLE JUDGE OF SAID COURT:
LYNDA S. MICHAELSKI and PATRICK J. MICHAELSKI , Plaintiffs complain
of CITY OF CLEAR LAKE SHORES, and for causes of action shows:
I. PARTIES AND SERVICE
1. Plaintiff, LYNDA S. MICHAELSKI, is an individual residing in Clear
Lake Shores, Galveston County, Texas.
2. Plaintiff, PATRICK J. MICHAELSKI, is an individual residing in
Clear Lake Shores, Galveston County, Texas.
3. Defendant, CITY OF CLEAR LAKE SHORES is a local governmental
entity and may be served with process by service upon its City Administrator, GEORGE
JONES, City Hall, 1006 South Shore, Clear Lake Shores, Texas 77565.
II. JURISDICTION AND VENUE
4. This Court has jurisdiction over this action because federal questions are
involved 28 U.S.C.A. ß 1331 (West 2009).
5. Pendent jurisdiction: because federal and state questions are involved, this
court has pendent jurisdiction over this action, 28 U.S.C.A. ß 1367 (West 2009).
Case 3:13-cv-00358 Document 1 Filed in TXSD on 10/09/13 Page 2 of 13
6. The events giving rise to the causes of action occurred in Galveston
County, Texas. This suit is within the minimum jurisdictional limits of the Court.
U.S.C.A. ß 1391(e) (West 2009).
III. STATEMENT OF FACTS AND BACKGROUND
7. The Plaintiffs will show Lynda S. Michaelski, formally Lynda S. Morgan,
purchased three (3) lots located at 1019 North Shore, Clear Lake Shores, Texas and built
a home in 1993 in Clear Lake Shores, Texas. Plaintiff, Lynda Michaelski met all City,
State and Federal code requirements at the time of construction and was subsequently
issued the required permits for construction and two certificates of occupancy in 1993
and 1994 for the structure. Plaintiff, Lynda Michaelski leased out the bottom floor at
1019 North Shore in full compliance with city ordinances and codes, but regardless was
constantly harassed by some city council members, mayors, the code enforcement officer,
Jack Fryday, and at least one city administrator, Paul Shelley, with public allegations of
non-compliance, maintaining an illegal, unlawful structure, tax evasion and accusations
of working as a prostitute, or alternatively, an ìevil prostituteî, was referred to as ìa
high-yellowî and a ìblack widowî and was with ìall these menî by city elected officials
including council members and mayors, as well as appointed officials to include city
administrator(s) and building inspectors. This harassment has lasted for 15 plus years.
Further, City officials often referred to Plaintiff Lynda S. Michaelski as ìthe crazy ladyî,
the ìAnna Nicole of Clear Lake Shoresî and the ìbitch witchî, ìwicked witchî and that
she ìbullied people with lawsuitsî had ìvulgar artî that ìdepicted sodomizing menî on
her fence. This Plaintiff will show that male residents did not have to meet the code
requirements and were not subject to the badgering by city officials. ....................
The trouble with law is lawyers. - Clarence Darrow