THIS IS JOHN ERWIN AND HIS BROTHER IN LAW COUNTY JUDGE SCOTT FELTON, LOOK AT SCOTT FELTON GRINNING AT HIS BROTHER IN LAW. ASK YOURSELF WHAT THAT GRIN CONVEYS.
COME ON PEOPLE GET THE FUCK REAL, THEY’RE RELATED, THEY BENEFIT FROM EACHOTHER.
YOU DON’T HAVE A CHANCE AGAINST THESE MEN AND THE GOOD OLE BOY SYSTEM HERE.
GREED, BROTHER IN LAW DEALS WAS COINED FOR THESE TWO.
When Scott Felton took office John Erwin wasn’t nearly as big a kazillionaire as he is now. All those contracts that they FUCK other people out of and give to the COUNTY JUDGE’S BROTHER IN LAW.
WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE?????
When will the people of this city rise up and say, “ENOUGH” of the nepotism.
All they do here is just fuck regular people and hide the fact that they’re all related to one another.
GET REAL. COMPLAIN. ASK YOURSELF WHY THE TRIBUNE HERALD IS LEAVING OUT THAT THE ERWIN FIRM IS COUNTY JUDGE FELTON’S BROTHER IN LAW.
McLennan County to replace jail fire alarms after malfunctions
Fire alarms at the Jack Harwell Detention Center on Marlin Highway have become unreliable, prompting McLennan County commissioners Tuesday to approve installing a new system at the jail.
Waco attorney Michael Dixon, who provides legal counsel to the county, urged commissioners to take action, calling the situation an emergency.
Though not an urgent matter, commissioners Tuesday addressed another jail-related issue. They chose John W. Erwin General Contractor as construction manager at risk for converting the old county jail downtown into courtrooms, jury rooms and office space. County officials estimate the 16-month construction project will cost between $30 million and $40 million. McLennan County Judge Scott Felton said talks between John W. Erwin and jail architect Brinkley Sargent Wiginton will produce a more definitive figure to be called a “not-to-exceed” estimate.