Limon's idiotic item at council to direct the new city manager to come up with some kind of plan that pays her personal friend $50,000 a year to steward an empty cancer pit is criminal. This is all a setup.
Leeser wants to take your vote on the bond issue away. He firmly believes nobody knew what they were voting for so he's trying to divert the money. The Lincoln center gives him that opportunity. He has no idea what legal ramifications sit at the end of what he's doing. However, he's just a car salesman, so you can forgive him a little. More on this later.
Limon thinks she's going to be voted president of the raza for doing this. She's going to lose.
You see, that land isn't TxDOT's to give... or sell. There's no way they can "sell" that land to anyone. And there's also no way to put in some kind of longterm lease without that little clause that let's them take it back with a month's notice.
And if you read the letter like I read the letter and everyone else read the letter - the directive is that they will let the city take the mural and whatever, but that building falls in October. There is no negotiation. There is no other option. To direct city staff to study this is to waste money. It is to have the city manager prepare a budget for traveling to the sun to find ice.
A smart council will delete the item and ask for Limon's resignation.