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Stephen A. Kacmar

Wrong Stephen A. Kacmar?

Vice President

Email: s***@***.com
Pape-Dawson Engineers , Inc.
2000 NW Loop 410
San Antonio, Texas 78213
United States

Company Description: Pape-Dawson is committed to responsible corporate citizenship in the communities that we serve. In 2004, Pape-Dawson was presented the prestigious Pinnacle Award as...   more
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The preliminary plans were specifically ...
www.mysanantonio.com, 7 Jan 2009 [cached]
The preliminary plans were specifically filed to avoid the aquifer ordinance, according to a Jan. 31, 1995, letter written by Stephen Kacmar, then a vice president at Pape-Dawson.
Writing to a client, Kacmar said Pape-Dawson Engineers had ``been working behind the scene with respect to the new development regulations over the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone.''
Kindly note, Kacmar continued, that the aquifer ordinance said any preliminary plan filed before the new rules are approved can justify vested rights.
``As you know, we prepared a (preliminary plan),'' Kacmar wrote, and Pape-Dawson filed it ``just prior to council action on the new regulations.''
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``Pape-Dawson has worked this issue as well as we could have anticipated,'' Kacmar wrote.
The firm certainly knew the issue. Gene Dawson Jr. co-chaired the committee that wrote the ordinance, and Kacmar served on it.
The preliminary plans were specifically ...
digdeepertexas.com, 17 June 2008 [cached]
The preliminary plans were specifically filed to avoid the aquifer ordinance, according to a Jan. 31, 1995, letter written by Stephen Kacmar, then a vice president at Pape-Dawson.
Writing to a client, Kacmar said Pape-Dawson Engineers had "been working behind the scene with respect to the new development regulations over the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone."
Kindly note, Kacmar continued, that the aquifer ordinance said any preliminary plan filed before the new rules are approved can justify vested rights.
"As you know, we prepared a (preliminary plan)," Kacmar wrote, and Pape-Dawson filed it "just prior to council action on the new regulations.
CPS Coal Plant Alert - Smart Growth SA - News Of The Day
www.smartgrowthsa.org, 23 May 2004 [cached]
"Pape-Dawson has worked this issue as well as we could have anticipated," wrote Stephen Kacmar, a vice president of the engineering firm, in the Jan. 31, 1995, letter to Lumbermen's.
Kacmar and Gene Dawson Jr., who is now president of the family-owned firm, had been appointed to a city committee that drafted the ordinance.
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Reached at his home Friday, Kacmar, who now works part-time for Pape-Dawson, said he didn't remember writing the letter, but added: "I was protecting a client.That's my responsibility from an engineering prospective."
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"For the last few weeks, we have been working behind the scene with respect to the new development regulations over the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone," Kacmar wrote to James Lassiter, then Lumbermen's senior vice president for real estate.
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Kindly note, Kacmar continued, that the aquifer ordinance Pape-Dawson helped draft says any preliminary plan filed before the new rules are approved can justify "Category 1" status, the city's term for a vested project.
"As you know, we prepared a (preliminary plan)," Kacmar wrote, and Pape-Dawson filed it "just prior to council action on the new regulations."
Kacmar attached "what we believe to be a valuable letter from city planning indicating approval of your (plan) dated Jan. 20, 1995," days before the ordinance became effective.
"Accordingly, your property is now Category 1," Kacmar concluded, underlining the sentence for emphasis.
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"The way the letter was worded by Steve (Kacmar), maybe for the sake of his client he was puffing it up a bit."
Law Lets Developers Ignore Growth Controls
www.remodelingmagazine.com, 14 Oct 2004 [cached]
The preliminary plans were specifically filed to avoid the aquifer ordinance, according to a Jan. 31, 1995, letter written by Stephen Kacmar, then a vice president at Pape-Dawson.
Writing to a client, Kacmar said Pape-Dawson Engineers had "been working behind the scene with respect to the new development regulations over the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone."
Kindly note, Kacmar continued, that the aquifer ordinance said any preliminary plan filed before the new rules are approved can justify vested rights.
"As you know, we prepared a (preliminary plan)," Kacmar wrote, and Pape-Dawson filed it "just prior to council action on the new regulations."
...
"Pape-Dawson has worked this issue as well as we could have anticipated," Kacmar wrote.
The firm certainly knew the issue.Gene Dawson Jr. co-chaired the committee that wrote the ordinance, and Kacmar served on it.
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