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And then there is the THCC, which he has been running since June 2005. Former and current board members of the organization are convinced that Chavez is running the organization into the ground through poor leadership and excessive spending, all while lobbying for a $10,000-a-month salary for himself. They are now trying to remove him from the board.
Araceli and Beatriz werenʼt making payments on the loan and, according to the Woodbine suit, neither was Chavez. By October 2005, the trio was ofﬁcially in default and, shortly thereafter, Woodbine initiated legal action against them. Woodbineʼs attorneys let the case languish for a year before reﬁling in October 2006. Soon after, the Lopez sisters hired their own attorney.
According to Nashville Electric Service records and the company that owns the Highlands, Chavez paid rent and electricity bills for ﬁve apartments there between 2000 and 2005. During this time, he was also renting 30 units at the Hickory Woods apartment complex, just down Nolensville Road, as well as 22 units over on Whispering Oaks Place, also in South Nashville. In all, NES records list Chavez on the electric bills at more than 95 apartments over ﬁve years.
Chavez has staunchly defended the likes of Carmen Ceja, who won the THCC Hispanic Businesswoman of the Year award in 2003. Ceja is a self-described notario, which, in Latin American countries, is a combination lawyer/judge who can help with everything from buying a house to suing your neighbor. There is no equivalent in this country, but Ceja tells non-English speaking immigrants that she can handle immigration paperwork that she is not legally licensed to touch. Often the result is that innocent immigrants get deported because Ceja misﬁled important and time-sensitive documents.
Chavez has also made a name for himself on the national level. In 2003, he was elected to represent District Six of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce board of directors, according to Dallin Lykins, spokesman for the U.S. chamber. There are only 24 member representatives in all, so being elected is no small feat. His tenure as representative didnʼt last long. 59ce067264