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Regional General Counsel
The Village at Wolf Creek
Fulbright & Jaworski LLP
Executive Vice President
Washington Building Congress
Member, Board of Governors
National Association of Industrial and Office Properties
Clear Channel Communications , Inc.
Bachelor of Business Administration
McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin
South Texas College of Law
Village at Wolf Creek president Clint Jones has said he is frustrated by the lawsuit.
Village opponents, he said, promised in 2010 not to sue once the Forest Service finished the Environmental Impact Statement reviewing the land swap.
Village at Wolf Creek president Clint Jones said he is frustrated by the lawsuit.
Village opponents, he said, in 2010 promised not to sue once the Forest Service finished the Environmental Impact Statement reviewing the land swap. "They didn't get the result they wanted, so they broke their commitment. I think the Forest Service did a very commendable job. I think this one was done right and in compliance with the law, and they can make every excuse in the book, but we are going to move forward," Jones said. "I do not think their legal claims will prevail in court." Jones said the groups do not speak for the public. A majority of residents surrounding the project are supportive, he said. "All these guys are doing is slowing down the opportunity to create jobs out there, opportunities that are lost the longer this drags out," Jones said.
With only six of the seven Town Council members present on November 10, it didn't appear that the Wolf Creek land exchange supporters - mayor Ross Aragon, Council members Darrel Cotton and Jerry Jackson - had the votes to pass a resolution in support of a Congressional approval process, as requested by developer Clint Jones.
Indeed, the current developer of the proposed Village at Wolf Creek, Clint Jones, has repeatedly stated at recent meetings that - should Congressman Salazar decline to sponsor a land swap and allow "Plan B" to be built - Jones and the property owner, Texas billionaire B.J. "Red" McCombs, would simply build Plan A, which Jones claims is "already approved." According to Clint Jones, the wetlands occupy about 54 acres of the existing McCombs parcel - and not just any old wetlands, but rather some of the most highly protected forms of wetlands, so-called "fen" wetlands which are fed from underground sources.
Clint E. Jones, Project Leader
Clint E. Jones Executive Vice President In previously serving as Regional General Counsel for a Fortune 200 National Home Builder and working for one of the largest international law firms, Mr. Jones has overseen numerous commercial and residential developments. He brings significant real estate and business experience, dealing with the most complex transactions from a shopping mall in downtown Chicago, an industrial park in Austin, retail anchor stores across the United States to numerous single family and multifamily developments. While at Fulbright & Jaworski LLP, Mr. Jones worked with some of the largest private equity funds, major retailers and developers in assisting in their commercial and industrial developments throughout the country. Mr. Jones served as the Regional General Counsel for Centex Homes. He oversaw all aspects of single family and multifamily residential developments in the Texas region. With such an extensive background in all phases of commercial and residential development, Mr. Jones brings a great deal experience to the Hal Jones Development team. He is currently working as the Team Leader on the Wolf Creek, Colorado development. Mr. Jones continues to bring a wealth of knowledge to our entire portfolio of developments.