Harker Heights business owner Phillip Sueoka protested at the intersection of Knight’s Way and Miller’s Crossing in Harker Heights on Wednesday near Harker Heights City Hall.
Sueoka claims the car wash he owns on South Ann Boulevard was unjustly shut down and he is taking the Harker Heights city government to court over the matter. He said the city shut off his water after a ruling in Heights municipal court over a septic tank issue that Sueoka claims is in compliance with state standards. He said he plans to continue protesting against Harker Heights City Hall on the issue.
“Mr. Sueoka has the right to protest in a lawful manner (one which does not violate the legal rights of others to go about their business),” Harker Heights Assistant City Manager Jerry Bark said in response to questions from Herald about the one-man protest. “The City of Harker Heights will not provide additional comments pertaining to the upcoming court case.”
Yeah more government bs. Pedo Joe's build back better plan is actually designed to destroy structures such as these. The catch is you have green energy restrictions now that you can't afford to fix or replace so in effect it doesn't help one red cent. They probably go some rich guy wanting to invest and they need the property. Can't sell it to be used as a car wash now so his only option is to sell cheap. See how that works. I've used it and it worked fine the last time. How about the habib car lot. Looks like a dump. Good luck sir. They got more money and attorneys than you. I'm on your side God bless
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