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"The crunch delayed us by a year and half," said Donald Huffines, who owns the family-run development company with his brother.
In Arlington, Huffines Communities late last year received the last piece of the puzzle for its Viridian development: a $24 million temporary construction loan from Dallas-based PlainsCapital Bank.
In Arlington, Texas, Huffines Communities, a private land developer, recently dusted off its plans for Viridian, a 5,100-home community on the site of a former gravel quarry near Dallas.
Austin banker James Huffines, who remains loyal to the Perry campaign, said he doubted many big donors would stray, because if Mr. Perry loses the GOP nomination he "will still be governor and will still have influence over legislation."
I went to a local Hyundai dealer and I got terms of the contract in 10 minutes from the finance office, not the sales manager, and they were glad to do so Huffines Hyundai outside Dallas.
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"Marc was a wonderful father," said his mother, Elaine Huffines.
Regent Steve Hicks will move over to fill Huffines 'term, which runs until 2015.
Eleanor Huffines, Alaska director for The Wilderness Society, urged Senate Democrats to forget about offshore drilling and concentrate instead on tax credits for renewable energy development and other ideas.
"We think looking for additional oil and gas leasing will do nothing to lower the price of gas," said Huffines.
Huffines promised to "evaluate" the low night wattage, adding that it still reaches 450,000 people.
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