The Times-Picayune got the story out River Birch launches new volley in Jefferson Parish landfill debate:
River Birch Inc. opened a new front Thursday in its effort to sway public opinion in the Jefferson Parish landfill debate.
The company placed a full-page advertisement in The Times-Picayune as its latest flyer landed in residents’ mailboxes…Both pieces take aim at Waste Management, the company that now operates the parish-owned landfill at Waggaman…
While Nancy Drew tried to use the story as an attempt to thwart his effort to revirginate John Young, Tele called the shot:
The return PO, PO BOX 1938, Gretna, is that of LIVE OAK HOMES CORP.
In other words, the Birchers who have the brass ballz to present that they are separate and individual entities who have been unfairly searched and seized from are using one of their corporate nicks/subenitites to do the money shoveling and pimping for their very, very, very dirty business.
Trash is indeed dirty business but garbage is garbage – but the search team’s photographs talk truth about trash better than a River Birch advertisement.
First, this introduction from the Heebe-River Birch “Tour Guide”
On the third floor…after entering the office suites through the waiting area, there is a reception counter directly ahead with file cabinets against the back wall. On top of the file cabinets are numerous boxes labeled “scanned leases.” The plaintiffs point out that this is an immediate indication of the presence of Shadowlake Management, a residential apartment management company.
SLABBED readers first saw a photograph of the”numerous [sic] boxes labeled ‘scanned leases'” in Ladies and gentlemen, Fred Heebe is your docent…)
SLABBED readers got a closer look at those boxes of scanned leases in 99 boxes of files on the wall
However, SLABBED readers haven’t seen this shot as it had no significance until now – but it’s important to note that there were no “numerous boxes of scanned leases – just 7 open cardboard boxes marked “scanned leases” (no lid). These 7 open boxes sat open atop 19 closed plastic file storage bins identified by nothing but numbers. These bins, in turn, sat atop a wall of at least 7 file cabinets – 4 had no label at all on the drawers, and 1 had what appear to be post-it notes as labels.
How could anyone taking an up-close look at what’s shown in this picture be certain all files represented entities separate from River Birch?
No entity located on the third floor of the River Birch office building – Shadowlake Management, (“Shadowlake”), Willow, Inc., Fred Heebe Investments, Live Oak Homes Corporation (“Live Oak”), Heebe & Heebe, P.L.C., and River Birch, Inc. (“River Birch”) – can launch a volley against the evidence these pictures provide.
The backhand attempt to score using John Young…
…fell shorter than a Venus Williams’ skirt – and the message mattered not!
Not even Waste Management matters. What matters are two Latin terms “ultra vires” and “void ab initio” and they matter a lot because they mean River Birch has no standing in this Tournament of Trash. The Jefferson Parish Council has no power to give River Birch a bye and hold a hearing that would, at best, be nothing but an Exhibition Match.