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  1. I would be willing to guess that it is Gecko (like lizards but not green) They Look like this: http://www.texasinvasives.org/animal_database/detail.php?symbol=17 In my neighborhood we have zillions of them particularly in the bushes. They are very noisy at night.
  2. I have never heard of moving a utility easement. I could be wrong, but I doubt very much that it is possible. If the easement is "of record" on your deed it becomes a condition that "runs with the title". The City would have no incentive to want to allow you to "remove" it. If they ever needed to dig up the sewer line, they would want the easement.
  3. I know this is an old thread, but I was trying to locate some of the workers from the FedMart store on Mykawa Road (next to Griggs Rd) where I worked as a kid from about 1969 to the end of 1972. I googled FedMart and saw this thread. FedMart was the forerunner of ALL of the membership stores. The one on Mykawa had a full service automotive shop, bakery and pharmacy, not to mention a jewelry department with a watchmaker. They sold groceries, meat, clothing, appliances and sporting goods as well. The manager of the store was Fred Domin who hired me. I lied about my age and got a job there when I was 15. Later, Mr. Domin was replaced by Henry Bostick. The manager of the grocery department was Hector Sepulveda and the head cashier was Mark Hannah. Some of the other workers I remember were, Don Ray (produce) Hubert Harold (produce) Jerry Tucker (housewares) E.C. Bridges (cashier), Tim Green (cashier) and Billy Lassiter (cashier) and Eric Mabry (cashier). If anyone knows any of these individuals, I would love to know how they are doing. I learned a lot from my job there. They actually cared about customer service and taught the employees that "the customer is always right". There is an excellent link here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FedMart on the history of the chain.
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