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The Texas Process Servers Association (TPSA) requested legislative funds for a series of bills they are sponsoring involving issues that included gated communities, assault and notary requirements. Kathy Burrow, TPSA President, and Scott Thomas, Vice President, were present at the meeting and gave a presentation for the request. The board approved their request and granted $4,889.32 (10% of the Legislative Fund).


Now this really doesn't make sense. For instance both Kathy and Scott traveled to the Florida meeting to request this. So lets deduct $2,000.00 for the trip and travel. Did NAPPS creatively pay for the travel expense in another account category? Or did the TPSA pay for them to attend out of the $4,889.32? Or did the individual pay their own way? Regardless that leaves $2,889.32 to the association.
The conclusion of the above paragraph is NAPPS leaders are again buying their way to perpetuity in reelections by spending money to it supporters to reflect them at the annual conference. In fact the above money necessarily reflects another contributions/donation/filtering of money will be forthcoming within the next year.
In the Jan-Feb Docket Crowe states the contribution is this " The Texas Process Servers Association (TPSA) requested legislative funds for a series of bills they are sponsoring involving issues that included gated communities, assault and notary requirements. Kathy Burrow, TPSA President, and Scott Thomas, Vice President, were present at the meeting and gave a presentation for the request. The board approved their request and granted $4,889.32 (10% of the Legislative Fund)."

Notice how the real purpose popularly known to effect and propagate licensing in Texas is purposely left out. They are working contrary to the majority of NAPPS members desires. Sure those few in leadership and influence want it but the overall majority of members do not! In fact those in leadership have set up private companies to profit by providing the state required education.

Yet again Mr Yellon and the board cannot be trusted as just recently in my expulsion YELLON indicated on page 5 of the pdf complaint in the second paragraph "Why Member Scott believes the Texas Process Server Association is requesting funds is unknown, because they are not.". Then YELLON goes on to boldly state "Texas never requested money."

Friends in short order whether you are with me or against me it will be revealed all that I have brought to you attention is TRUE. Take your time look at the documents. Chew on it come back again chew on it some more and when the IRS or the USDOJ or the Oregon Attroney General or Federal District court confirms the pieces as fact the bigger plan that it all encompases will be evrything I have told you about!

 

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As Texas moves forward to request funds from NAPPS it should be aware and understand that the purpose of going to NAPPS convention to give a report has an added benefit that those who attend can vote to keep the status quo or in other words get the funds. So with NAPPS giving Texas money Texas can use that money to send two people to the convention. With the convention having 20 state associations with 2 members each in effect NAPPS and its partners have the majority of votes paid for by other members tax exempt membership fee.

When you look at the New York correction it can only be concluded that Texas denial is handled differently than New York's approval. New York received 250% more than NAPPS bylaws allowed. New York were further allowed to have NAPPS spend consultant fees to opine and assist in the conversion. And New York was allowed to immediately change the category, get approved and receive the 100K in total.

motion to deny Texas request by musser

Email stating it is Texas fault

New York allowed to amend and receive funds

 

 

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