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  4C The Sunday Sun, September 14, 2014Educational publishing company, locat-ed in the Salado area, seeks Assistantto the President. This position involves working in all areasof the business including but not limited to production andshipping, curriculum content development (text-basedand electronic), sales (inside and outside including tradeshows), and finance. Must be willing to do whatever needsto be done to help run the business smoothly. Full timeposition. Excellent benefits. Fax resume to 254.947.7284 or email hr@kamico.com. Professional Management/ Executive Needed Advertising Sales TheWilliamson County Sun is looking for anenergetic and personable outside sales personfor our advertising sales department.The work involves contacting and meetingwith business owners to work with them todevelop and deploy advertising plans for theirbusiness. Must have good time managementskills and be organized and accurate.The position is full-time with Monday-Fridaynormal business hours. Compensation includesmonthly salary plus bonus and commission.Please reply to:Clark Thurmond, Publisher707 S. Main StreetGeorgetown Texas 78626 clark@wilcosun.com Foster’s Plumbing Wa-­ter heaters, water soften-­ers, sinks, faucets, toilets,dishwashers. Leak repair& drain cleaning.512-318-1820 FostersPlumbing@aol.c om licence # M39363.PAINTING Interior/exterior, resi-­dent ial /commercial ,master craftsman, 36yrs experience, free estimates. Serving Williamson County since 1982. Referenc-­ es available. John Donohoe, 512-255- 1664 Tools of the Trade Construction, remodel, repair, kitchen, bath, garages, storage, decks, patios, barns, fencing. All types of construction. 512-635- 4553, Bo Stearns, life-­ time resident. Elder’s Paint Contract-­ ing Custom residential painting. Pressure wash-­ ing & carpentry available. Jerry Elder, 512-931-2864 Handyman Services Have truck will haul . Garage clean-out, tree debris, appliances, Fall clean up. All your hauling and cleaning needs. Rea-­ sonable rates. 512-635- 1971 AAA Home Improvement All types of construc-­ tion and repair. Satis-­ faction guaranteed. Call Steve, 512-591- 1559 . Employment Compassionate care-­ giver needed mornings, 9am-12p. Duties include household chores, ap-­ pointments, meals, and companionship. Call 512- 868-5780. Building Trades Continued from 3C Continued on 5C CHURCH ACCOUN-­ TANT The Worship Place, an Interdenomina-­ tional Church, Sun City Texas is seeking a Church Accountant. This position provides accu-­ rate input, maintenance and clerical interactions with the financial reporting system of the church to report income and ex-­ penses as administered through general ledger ac-­ counting standards. Inter-­ acts with the Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees on a frequent basis. A high school di-­ ploma or equivalent with at least five (5) years of fi-­ nancial/general ledger ac-­ counting experience in a public sector setting is re-­ quired. Prior experience in a church or not- for- profit organization payroll ac-­ counting function is de-­ sired; with a strong back-­ ground in computer skills that includes the Word suite of software and oth-­ er accounting program-­ ming products. This part- time position reports to the Church Administrator and will supervise the work of the Church Ac-­ countant Clerk. Qualified applicants should submit their resume to The Wor-­ ship Place, 811 Sun City Blvd., Georgetown, TX 78633 or nancys@theworshipplac e.org. CDL-Class A Drivers, also endorsed truckers, needed to haul road material. Work lo-­ cally. Must have reliable transportation. Experi-­ ence a plus. We will pro-­ vide orientation and train-­ ing. Call 512-868-5558. Nails Salon. Hiring ex-­ perienced manicurist. 3010 Williams Drive #109, Georgetown 78628. 512-869-2256, 626-416- 9321. Salon de Unas. Solicita manicuristas con exper-­ iencia. Full-time shop help needed. Duties include tire work, oil changes, and light shop responsibility. Inspector’s license a plus. Accepting applications from experienced persons only. Ask for Alan. 512- 869-1146. Benny Boyd Liberty Hill, car detailer position avail-­ able. Full-time with bene-­ fit options and paid vaca-­ tion, 512-778-6111. Local Pest Control com-­ pany in need of a person who is detail oriented and possesses great custom-­ er relation skills. Previous experience would be great. Contact Martin, 512-930-0553. Orangeleaf Frozen Yogurt is coming to Wolf Ranch. Need mature, re-­ sponsible employees for part-time cashier & coun-­ ter duties. Email resume t o leblancjane@yahoo.com. Full Time: MA needed for very busy Georgetown FP. Must be responsible, dependable & able to mul-­ ti-task. Shift 11-7:30pm & every 3rd Saturday 9- 12:30pm. Experience helpful. Fax: 512-868- 1527 or email: HLBLAIR5@hotmail.com. EZMONEY, A leader in the short-term loan in-­ dustry, is in search of a FT customer service rep. The right person will enjoy interacting with people and will have exp in retail or service industries. Bet-­ ter than typical retail hrs. Closed on Sundays. Email resume to Danelle_miller@ezcorp.c om Sales person needed , Benny Boyd Auto Group, Liberty Hill, Tx. Full-time with all benefits and paid vacation. Contact Joel at 512-778-6111. Warehouse Position- Texas Electric Coopera-­ tives (www.texas-ec.org) has multiple openings for dependable, experienced warehousemen to join our team at our distribution center located in George-­ town, TX on the second shift, noon to 9 pm. Job requires someone ca-­ pable and willing to do physical, labor-intensive work in a warehouse en-­ vironment subject to the elements of the weather. TEC offers a competitive salary and benefits pack-­ age with a great opportu-­ nity for career develop-­ ment. Apply in person at 100 Cooperative Way, Georgetown, TX or down-­ load an application at http://www.texas-ec.org/ c o n t e n t / tec_employment_applica tion.pdf then fax or email it to 512-462-1934 or hr@texas-ec.org. Boys & Girls Club of Georgetown looking for a part time shuttle bus driv-­ er and after school staff. CDL NOT necessary! Email resumes and cover letter to Tommy at trice@bgctx.org. Crew Leader I (Utilities) Supervise a crew and par-­ ticipate in troubleshoot-­ ing, diagnosing, repairing, and maintaining all as-­ pects of the Water Dist. and WW Collection Systems. HS dip or GED equiv. and at least two yrs. of exp operating light and/or heavy equip. Valid TX DL obtain Class B CDL in 3 mos. Class D in Water and Class I in WW. Salary $13.88 to $15.78/ hr. DOQ. Closing Date: 9-25-14. Contact: City of Taylor, 400 Porter St., Taylor, TX 76574, 512- 352-5993 or at www.taylortx.gov. The City of Taylor is an EOE. Utility Maintenance Worker I Repair and maintain the City’s water distribution and ww col-­ lection systems. HS dip. or GED equiv. Valid TX DL and must be able to obtain a D Water or WW Certification. Salary $13.54/hr. Closing Date: 9-24-14. Contact: City of Taylor, 400 Porter St., Taylor, TX 76574, 512- 352-5993 or at www.taylortx.gov. The City of Taylor is an EOE. Lamb’s Tire & Automo-­ tive -Georgetown General Service Technicians- F/T. Conduct basic services such as oil changes, tire and wheel related servic-­ es, flushes, state inspec-­ tions, driving customers, picking up parts, main-­ taining the cleanliness of the shop. Prior experi-­ ence a plus, but we can train the right person. Pay- $9.50/hour, higher with experience, plus weekly bonuses. Full ben-­ efit package available in-­ cluding discounts on per-­ sonal vehicles. Apply online at www.lambstire.com or visit our Georgetown store at 3021 Williams Drive and ask for the Store Manager. Lamb’s is an Equal Op-­ portunity Employer and promotes a drug free workplace. Local Truck Driver CDL B/ Shot Crew Member- Austin Powder Company is hiring at our George-­ town, TX office. Duties: Operate company vehi-­ cles to transport products to and from job sites; Loading/unloading prod-­ uct for delivery, which re-­ sults in frequent lifting of 40-60 pound product bags or boxes; Assist with site and safety preparation; Perform labor support at job sites and location; Perform general mainte-­ nance of equipment; Able to work outside in all weather conditions. Qual-­ ifications: Class B CDL HAZMAT, Tanker & Air Brakes endorsements; HS Diploma or GED; 2+ years’ CDL driving expe-­ rience; Must meet re-­ quirements of all State and Federal explosive laws. Benefits: Medical/ Dental/ Vision; 401(k)/ Profit Sharing. Email Resume: hr@austinpowder.com O r Call: (512) 863-3676. EOE/AA Employer/Vets/ Disabled/Race/Ethnicity/ Gender/Age Whelan Security Are you looking for a great com-­ pany with which to build your career in the security field? Look no further! At Whelan, we treat every employee with dignity and respect; our goal is to re-­ main the ‘employer of choice’ within the contract security industry. Whelan Security is hiring for FT and PT security officers with pay-rates between $11.00-$12.50 an hr. All applicants must be 21 yrs. old and able to pass a criminal background check. For more informa-­ tion call Mr. Livengood at 512-263-4263 or visit our website and apply for job #1548 at www.greatsecurityofficer s.com Hairstylist Needed for commission salon. Con-­ tact Bill or Rachel Harris at 512-863-9711. Rachel & Co., 508 Riverbend. Part-time Medical re-­ ceptionist needed 2 days per week. Reliable, ex-­ cellent multi-tasker, trust-­ worthy and friendly. Males welcome. No crim-­ inal record. Please reply to ocr_tx@yahoo.com 35+ Assemblers Needed AirBorn- Georgetown, TX, Entry-Level OK, Email re-­ sume to BoylanL@airborn.com. Experienced Rock Quar-­ ry Miners $1,200 sign-on bonus, AJ Brauer Stone Inc., 4386 CR 305 Jarrell, 512-746-5792. Jonah Water Special Utility District is seeking a qualified person for the position of Water Plant Operator. Applicants should possess a mini-­ mum of a Class C Ground Water Operator’s License issued by the TCEQ. SCADA and electrical ex-­ perience would be a plus. All applicants must have a clean driving record. Drug screening and back-­ ground check required. Salary DOE. Applications available at 4050 FM 1660, Hutto, Texas 78634. Highway Contractor tak-­ ing applications for crew members with Commer-­ cial Drivers License and a good driving record. Must be capable of performing various tasks. Hourly rate plus benefits. Must pass physical and drug test. EEO Employer, D.I.J. Construction, Inc., Ber-­ tram, Texas. 512-355- 2766. Work Wanted Experienced Caregiver wants full or part-time em-­ ployment. Specializing in Alzheimer’s care. De-­ pendable and excellent references. 512-591- 1064. Full or part-time help with Bookkeeping for in-­ dividuals or small busi-­ nesses. 25+ years expe-­ rience with A/R, A/P, P/R, all reporting. Call 512- 750-6959. Legal Notices NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that original Letters Testamentary for the Estate of Maryann Rose Decker, Deceased, were issued on August 27, 2014, in Cause No. 14-0451- CP4, pending in the County Court at Law No. 4, William-­ son County, Texas, to: Gor-­ don N. Decker. All persons having claims against this Estate which is currently being administered are required to present them to the undersigned within the time and in the manner pre-­ scribed by law. c/o: Gordon N. Decker 1550 Moonlight Drive Cedar Park, Texas 78613 PUBLIC NOTICE WILLIAMSON COUNTY REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL The Williamson County Commissioner’s Court in-­ vites the submission of sealed Proposals for: Janitorial Services for Williamson County Sealed Proposals will be publicly acknowledged in the Williamson County Pur-­ chasing Department, 901 South Austin Ave., George-­ town, Texas 78626 on Sep-­ tember 22, 2014 at 2:00pm. Proposals must be re-­ ceived on or before Mon-­ day, September 22, 2014 at 2:00pm. A mandatory pre-proposal conference will be held on Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. at the Purchasing Department at 901 South Austin Ave., Georgetown, Texas 78626 Detailed specifications may be obtained by emailing a request to purchase@wilco.org, c all-­ ing Brenda Fuller, Senior Purchasing Specialist at 512-943-1607 or by visiting the Williamson County Pro-­ curement website. http://wilco-online.org/ ebids/ If you have obtained this solicitation from our web site or from a source other than directly from William-­ son County, it is the pro-­ poser’s responsibility to check with our office prior to submitting your propo-­ sal to ensure that you have a complete, up-to-date package. The Purchasing Department takes no re-­ sponsibility to ensure any interested proposer has obtained any outstanding addenda or additional in-­ formation. The Williamson County Commissioner’s Court re-­ serves the right to accept the lowest and best Propo-­ sal as deemed by the Court, or reject any and/or all Proposals. Issued by order of the Wil-­ liamson County Commis-­ sioner’s Court on Septem-­ ber 2, 2014. Dan A. Gattis, County Judge. The City of Georgetown In-­ spections Department, in ac-­ cordance with National Flood Insurance Program regulation 65.7(b)(1), hereby gives no-­ tice of the City’s intent to re-­ vise the flood hazard infor-­ mation, generally located between Two River’s Apart-­ ments and the Village Park Condos along the North and South Forks of the San Ga-­ briel River. Specifically, the flood hazard information shall be revised along the North Fork San Gabriel River from a point approximately 2,100 feet downstream of Austin Avenue to a point approxi-­ mately 100 feet downstream of Interstate Highway 35, and along the South Fork San Ga-­ briel River from a point ap-­ proximately 2,600 feet down-­ stream of Austin Avenue to a point approximately 1,030 feet upstream of Austin Ave-­ nue. As a result of the revision along the North Fork San Ga-­ briel River, the floodway shall narrow, the 1% annual chance water-surface eleva-­ tions shall decrease, and the 1% annual chance floodplain shall widen and narrow within the area of revision. As a re-­ sult of the revision along the South Fork San Gabriel Riv-­ er, the floodway shall widen and narrow, the 1% annual chance water-surface eleva-­ tions shall decrease, and the 1% annual chance floodplain shall widen and narrow within the area of revision. Maps and detailed analysis of the revision can be reviewed at the Inspection Services Department at 3001 Industrial Avenue, Georgetown, TX 78627. Interested persons may call Dave Hall at (512) 930-2547 for additional infor-­ mation. CITATION BY PUBLICATION —- DOMESTIC THE STATE OF TEXAS NO. 14-2300-FC3 TO: Mario Arzola Address Unknown and to all whom it may con-­ cern, RESPONDENT(S) Mario Ar-­ zola GREETING: YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. YOU MAY EMPLOY AN AT-­ TORNEY. IF YOU OR YOUR ATTORNEY DO NOT FILE A WRITTEN ANSWER WITH THE CLERK WHO ISSUED THIS CITATION BY 10:00 A.M. ON THE MONDAY NEXT FOLLOWING THE EX-­ PIRATION OF TWENTY DAYS AFTER YOU WERE SERVED THIS CITATION AND PETITION, A DEFAULT JUDGMENT FOR THE RE-­ LIEF DEMANDED IN THE PETITION MAY BE TAKEN AGAINST YOU. The ORIGINAL PETITION FOR DIVORCE of San Jua-­ nita Arzola, Petitioner, was filed in the said Court of Wil-­ liamson County, Texas, on the 14th day of August, 2014 against Mario Arzola, Re-­ spondent, numbered 14- 2300-F425 and entitled: IN THE MATTER OF THE MARRIAGE OF SAN JUA-­ NITA ARZOLA AND MARIO ARZOLA AND IN THE INTEREST OF BRIANA AR-­ IZOLA, VANESSA ARZOLA The suit requests THAT THE COURT GRANT RELIEF RE-­ QUESTED IN PETITION. The date and place of birth of the child(ren) who is/are the subject of the suit: V.A. // dob 1996, B.A. // dob 2001 The Court has the authority in this suit to enter judgment or decree in the child(ren)’s interest which will be binding upon you, including the ter-­ mination of the parent-child relationship, the determina-­ tion of paternity and the ap-­ pointment of a conservator with authority to consent to the child(ren)’s adoption. ISSUED AND GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AND SEAL of said Court at office, on this the 5th day of Sep-­ tember, 2014. LISA DAVID, DISTRICT CLERK Williamson County, Texas P.O. Box 24, 405 MLK Street Georgetown, Texas 78627- 0024 BY: /S/ Selina Hamilton, Dep-­ uty ADDRESS OF ATTORNEY FOR PETITIONER: Daniel A. Clark PO Box 3590 Pflugerville, TX 78691 JOINT NOTICE OF SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON BY VIRTUE OF ORDERS OF SALE DATED the 5th day of September, 2014, and issued pursuant to judgment de-­ crees of the District Court of Williamson County, Texas, by the Clerk of said Court on said date in the hereinafter numbered and styled causes, and to me directed and deliv-­ ered as Constable of said Court, I have on the 5th day of September, 2014, seized, levied upon, and will on the 7th day of October, 2014, at the AT THE NORTHEAST SIDE OF THE WILLIAMSON COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER ANNEX AT 4th & MARTIN LUTHER KING, GEORGE-­ TOWN, TEXAS , at 10:00 am on said day, proceed to sell for cash to the highest bidder all of the right, title, and inter-­ est of the defendants in such suit in and to the following de-­ scribed real estate levied upon as the property of said defendants, as provided for by the TEXAS PROPERTY TAX CODE. All of the following properties being located in Williamson County, Texas and each property being more particu-­ larly described on an instru-­ ment recorded in the Official Public Records, Williamson County, Texas. The approxi-­ mate property addresses re-­ flected herein are the ad-­ dresses on the tax records and may or may not be com-­ pletely accurate. CAUSE #; STYLE; PROP DESCRIPTION, ADDRESS, ACCT # 13-0067-T26 The County of Williamson, Texas v Bobby Fuentes Lot 91, Cedar Park Ranchettes #6, 2103 Bois D Arc Lane, City of Cedar Park, Williamson County, Texas and a Manufactured Home, Label TEX0112656 (Document 2004081028 of the Official Public Records, Williamson County, Texas), Account #R034415 13-0275-T277 The County of Williamson, Texas v George Reina A 1970 Artcraft Manu-­ factured Home, Label TXS0586698, Serial 64127971A, located on Lot 11, Block C, Leander Heights, Section 1, 1404 S. West Drive, City of Leander, Williamson County, Texas, Account #R429336 13-0576-T368 The County of Williamson, Texas v Hilario Villaneuva Lot 13, Block F, Kensington Place, Section 2, 801 Westminster Place, Round Rock, Williamson County, Texas (Volume 1922, Page 455 of the Deed Records, Williamson County, Texas), Account #R065815 13-0606-T368 The County of Williamson, Texas v Dale S. Birdwell Lot 4, Block A, Flow-­ er Hill, Section 1, Amended, 2906 Flower Hill Drive, Round Rock, Williamson County, Texas (Document 2012059475 of the Official Public Records, Williamson County, Texas), Account #R349726 13-0675-T368 The County of Williamson, Texas v Larry Espinoza Lot 5, Block B, Chapel Hill North, Section 1, 1909 Egger Avenue, Round Rock, Williamson County, Texas (Document 2000006364 of the Official Public Records, Williamson County, Texas), Account #R060305 13-0731-T277 The County of Williamson, Texas v Agustina Garcia The North part of Lot 5, Block 43, 610 Elliott Street, City of Taylor, Williamson County, Texas (Document 2005015905 of the Official Public Records and Volume 1137, Page 689 of the Deed Records, Williamson County, Texas), Account #R015179 13-0765-T368 The County of Williamson, Texas v Osceola Holiday The South part of Lot 8 and the North part of Lot 9, Block 52, 404 Burkett Street, City of Taylor, Williamson County, Texas (Volume 365, Page 187 of the Deed Records, Williamson County, Texas), Account #R015237 13-0771-T368 The County of Williamson, Texas v Ronnie Belk Lots 63, 64, 65 and 66, Quail Creek Addition to the City of Thrall, CR 424, Wil-­ liamson County, Texas (Document 2009005294 of the Official Public Records, Williamson County, Texas), Account #R373938 14-0024-T26 The County of Williamson, Texas v Roxie Perkins Lot 10, Block 76, 112 N. Robinson, City of Taylor, Williamson County, Texas (Volume 213, Page 424 and Volume 500, Page 664 of the Deed Records, Williamson County, Texas), Account #R015439 This sale will be conducted to satisfy the judgment(s) for delinquent property taxes and accrued penalties and inter-­ ests due on the properties described herein, and for all costs of court and sale. I do hereby verify that true and correct copies of the foregoing Joint Notice of Sale have been delivered by Unit-­ ed States Certified Mail, Re-­ turn Receipt Requested, and by regular mail, to each of the Defendants named in each of the numbered and styled causes. DATED the 5th day of Sep-­ tember, 2014, at George-­ town, Texas KEVIN STOFLE Constable, Williamson County, Texas You may contact the attorney for the taxing units at (512) 943-1645. TEXAS COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY THE STATE OF TEXAS EXAMPLE A AMENDED NOTICE OF RECEIPT OF APPLICATION AND INTENT TO OBTAIN AIR QUALITY STANDARD PERMIT REGISTRATION PROPOSED AIR QUALITY REGISTRATION NO. 123267 APPLICATION Ranger Ready Mix, LLC has applied to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for an Air Quality Standard Permit, Registration No. 123267, which would au-­ thorize construction of a con-­ crete batch plant. The appli-­ cant provided the following driving directions: located at the intersection of 130 and University Boulevard, site on the north side of University Boulevard and the west side of 130, Round Rock, Wil-­ liamson County, Texas 78634. This link to an elec-­ tronic map of the site or facil-­ ity’s general location is pro-­ vided as a public courtesy and not part of the application or notice. For exact location, refer to application. http:// www.tceq.texas.gov/assets/ public/hb610/index.html ?lat=30.594169&lng=-97 .595662&zoom=13&type=r. The proposed facility will emit the following air contami-­ nants: particulate matter in-­ cluding (but not limited to) ag-­ gregate, cement, road dust, and particulate matter with di-­ ameters of 10 microns or less and 2.5 microns or less. This application was submit-­ ted to the TCEQ on August 21, 2014. The application will be available for viewing and copying at the TCEQ central office, the TCEQ Austin re-­ gional office, and the George-­ town Texas Public Library, 402 West 8th Street, George-­ town, Williamson County, Texas, beginning the first day of publication of this notice. The facility’s compliance file, if any exists, is available for public review in the Austin re-­ gional office of the TCEQ. The executive director has determined the application is administratively complete and will conduct a technical review of the application. PUBLIC COMMENT/PUB-­ LIC MEETING You may submit public comments, a request for a public meet-­ ing, or request a contested case hearing to the Office of the Chief Clerk at the ad-­ dress below. The TCEQ will consider all public comments in developing a final decision on the application. The dead-­ line to submit public com-­ ments is 15 days after newspaper notice is pub-­ lished. After the deadline for public comments, the execu-­ tive director will prepare a re-­ sponse to all relevant and material, or significant public comments. Issues such as property values, noise, traffic safety, and zoning are out-­ side of the TCEQ’s jurisdic-­ tion to consider in the permit process. The purpose of a public meeting is to provide the op-­ portunity to submit comments or ask questions about the application. A public meeting about the application will be held if the executive director determines that there is a sig-­ nificant degree of public inter-­ est in the application or if re-­ quested by a local legislator. A public meeting is not a con-­ tested case hearing. If only comments are re-­ ceived on the application, the response to comments, along with notice of the executive director’s action on the appli-­ cation, will be mailed to everyone who submitted comments or is on the mail-­ ing list for this application. The executive director will complete the technical re-­ view, issue a preliminary de-­ cision on the application, and a Notice of the Application and Preliminary Decision will be published and mailed to those who are on the mailing list for this application. That notice will contain the final deadline for submitting public comments. If a hearing re-­ quest is timely filed in Re-­ sponse to this Notice of Re-­ ceipt of Application and Intent to Obtain Air Permit, the time period for requesting a con-­ tested case hearing will be extended to thirty days after the mailing of the executive director’s response to com-­ ments. After the final deadline for public comments following the Notice of Application and Preliminary Decision, the executive director will consider the comments and prepare a response to all relevant and material, or significant public com-­ ments. If any comments are received, the response to comments, along with the executive director’s deci-­ sion on the application, will then be mailed to everyone who submitted public comments or who is on a mailing list for this ap-­ plication, unless the appli-­ cation is directly referred to a contested case hear-­ ing. OPPORTUNITY FOR A CONTESTED CASE HEAR-­ ING You may request a contested case hearing. The applicant or the execu-­ tive director may also request that the application be direct-­ ly referred to a contested case hearing after technical review of the application. A contested case hearing is a legal proceeding similar to a civil trial in state district court. Unless a written request for a contested case hearing is filed within 15 days from this notice, the executive director may approve the application. If no hearing request is re-­ ceived within this 15 day period, no further oppor-­ tunity for hearing will be provided. A contested case hearing will only be granted based on disputed issues of fact that are relevant and ma-­ terial to the Commission’s de-­ cision on the application. Fur-­ ther, the Commission will only grant a hearing on those issues raised during the pub-­ lic comment period and not withdrawn. A person who may be af-­ fected by emissions of air contaminants from the fa-­ cility is entitled to request a hearing. To request a hearing, a person must ac-­ tually reside in a perma-­ nent residence within 440 yards of the proposed plant. If requesting a con-­ tested case hearing, you must submit the following: (1) your name (or for a group or association, an official representative), mailing address, daytime phone number, and fax number, if any; (2) appli-­ cant’s name and Registra-­ tion Number; (3) the state-­ ment “[I/we] request a con-­ tested case hearing;” (4) a specific description of how you would be adversely af-­ fected by the application and air emissions from the facility in a way not com-­ mon to the general public; (5) the location and dis-­ tance of your property rel-­ ative to the facility; and (6) a description of how you use the property which may be impacted by the fa-­ cility. If the request is made by a group or association, the one or more members who have standing to re-­ quest a hearing, and the interests which the group or association seek to pro-­ tect, must also be identi-­ fied. Requests for a con-­ tested case hearing must be submitted in writing within 15 days following this notice to the Office of the Chief Clerk, at the ad-­ dress below. Following the close of all ap-­ plicable comment and re-­ quest periods, the executive director will forward the ap-­ plication and any requests for contested case hearing to the Commissioners for their con-­ sideration at a scheduled Commission meeting. If a hearing is granted, the subject of a hearing will be limited to disputed issues of fact relating to relevant and material air quality concerns raised during the comment period. Issues such as property values, noise, traffic safety, and zon-­ ing are outside of the Com-­ mission’s jurisdiction to ad-­ dress in this proceeding. MAILING LIST In addition to submitting public comments, you may ask to be placed on a mailing list to receive future public notices for this specific application mailed by the Of-­ fice of the Chief Clerk by sending a written request to the Office of the Chief Clerk at the address below. AGENCY CONTACTS AND INFORMATION Public com-­ ments and requests must be submitted either electronical-­ ly at www.tceq.texas.gov/ about/comments.html, or in writing to the Texas Com-­ mission on Environmental Quality, Office of the Chief Clerk, MC-105, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711- 3087. If you communicate with the TCEQ electronically, please be aware that your email address, like your physical mailing address, will become part of the agency’s public record. For more infor-­ mation about this permit ap-­ plication or the permitting pro-­ cess, please call the Public Education Program toll free at 1-800-687-4040. Si desea in-­ formación en Español, puede llamar al 1-800-687-4040. Further information may also be obtained from Ranger Ready Mix, LLC, P.O. Box 82541, Austin, Texas 78708- 2541 or by calling Mr. Chad Bohner, Operation Manager at (512) 490-6711. Amended Notice Issuance Date: September 10, 2014 Notice of Public Sale Unit F2303- 8’x20’ Linda Ca-­ sillas- Household items, box-­ es, misc; Unit F2326- 8’x20’- House-­ hold items, boxes, misc.; Unit D2111, D2112- 8’x20’ Brenda McDonald- House-­ hold items, electronics, furni-­ ture. Auction Date Saturday, September 20th, 2014 Live auction Units will be sold and shown one at a time, for cash only- starting time for auction is 2pm. Please come to front of-­ fice to sign in between 12:30- 1:30 p.m. Climatized Containers Self Storage 2000 Leander Street Georgetown, TX 78626 512-868-2000 2014-58 AN ORDINANCE LEVYING A TAX RATE FOR THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN FOR THE TAX YEAR 2014; PRO-­ VIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 2014-59 AN ORDINANCE AMEND-­ ING CITY OF GEORGE-­ TOWN, CODE OF ORDI-­ NANCES SECTION 2.08.010 ADMINISTRATIVE DIVI-­ SIONS AND DEPART-­ MENTS; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND SETTING AN EFFEC-­ TIVE DATE. 2014-60 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, ADOPTING THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE ENSUING FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING OCTO-­ BER 1, 2014, AND ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2015, IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 102, LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE; AP-­ PROPRIATING THE VARI-­ OUS AMOUNTS THEREOF; REPEALING CONFLICTING ORDINANCES AND RESO-­ LUTIONS; INCLUDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 2014-61 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS AMENDING TITLE 13, ARTICLE VI, CHAPTER 13.04.180, TITLED “RATES AND CHARGES-SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL-SCHED-­ ULE” OF THE CODE OF OR-­ DINANCES OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN; RE-­ PEALING CONFLICTING ORDINANCES AND RESO-­ LUTIONS; INCLUDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 2014-62 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, AMENDING PART OF THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP FOR 2.81 ACRES IN THE NICHOLAS PORTER SURVEY, FROM RESIDEN-­ TIAL SINGLE-FAMILY (RS) DISTRICT TO LOCAL COM-­ MERCIAL (C-1) DISTRICT, LOCATED AT 1502 WIL-­ LIAMS DRIVE; REPEALING CONFLICTING ORDI-­ NANCES AND RESOLU-­ TIONS; INCLUDING A SEV-­ ERABILITY CLAUSE; AND ESTABLISHING AN EF-­ FECTIVE DATE. 2014-63 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, AMENDING PART OF THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP FOR 92.61 ACRES IN THE BARNEY C. LOW SUR-­ VEY, FROM AGRICULTURE (AG) DISTRICT TO 6.03 ACRES OF THE LOCAL COMMERCIAL (C-1) DIS-­ TRICT, 13.02 ACRES OF THE LOW DENSITY MULTI-­ FAMILY (MF-1) DISTRICT, AND 73.56 ACRES OF THE RESIDENTIAL SINGLE- FAMILY (RS) DISTRICT; REPEALING CONFLICTING ORDINANCES AND RESO-­ LUTIONS; INCLUDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 2014-64 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, AMENDING PART OF THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP TO REZONE 0.19 ACRES OUT OF THE LOST ADDITION FROM THE RES-­ IDENTIAL (RS) DISTRICT TO 0.19 ACRES OF MIXED USE - DOWNTOWN (MU- DT) DISTRICT, REPEALING CONFLICTING ORDI-­ NANCES AND RESOLU-­ TIONS; INCLUDING A SEV-­ ERABILITY CLAUSE; AND ESTABLISHING AN EF-­ FECTIVE DATE. 2014-65 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, AMENDING PART OF THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP TO REZONE 0.08 ACRES OUT OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN FROM THE RESIDENTIAL (RS) DISTRICT TO 0.08 ACRES OF MIXED USE-DOWN-­ TOWN (MU-DT) DISTRICT, REPEALING CONFLICTING ORDINANCES AND RESO-­ LUTIONS; INCLUDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. RFP The Jarrell Independent School District will accept competitive sealed proposals for construction of the Jarrell High School Additions and CATE building until 2:00 p.m. on October 1, 2014 at the Jarrell ISD Administration Building located at 312 N. 5th Street. Prospective qualifiers may secure additional infor-­ mation by contacting Celeste Schwertner at ce-­ leste.schwertner@jarrellisd. org. GK HALL CONSTRUCTION CONCRETE Gary Hall/Owner 512-299-3445 • Foundations • Driveways • Patio’s • Site work Holcomb ElEctric, inc. 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