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July 18, 2014 - Legal Notices

 

KING, GUERRA, DAVIS

CITATION BY PUBLICATION

STATE OF TEXAS

To: FIDENCIO O. PEREZ, WHOSE ADDRESS IS UNKNOWN,

OR HIS UNKNOWN HEIRS

CITATION BY PUBLICATION

You are one of the children of OZIEL PEREZ, deceased. The

application of ELVIA PEREZ, was filed in the Probate Court

of Hidalgo County, Texas, on June 26, 2014, case number

No. P-36,361, to be appointed Administrator of the Estate

of OZIEL PEREZ, deceased. Said application will be heard

and acted on by said Court at 10:00 o’clock a.m. on the first

Monday next after the expiration of ten days from date of

publication of this citation, at the Hidalgo County County

Courthouse in Hidalgo County, Texas. All persons interested

in said estate are hereby cited to appear before said Honorable

Court at said above mentioned time and place by filing

a written answer contesting such application should they

desire to do so.

If this citation is not served within 90 days after date of its

issuance, it shall be returned unserved.

GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AND THE SEAL OF SAID

COURT at office in Hidalgo County, Texas, on the 9th day

of July, 2014.

 

 

 

 

LOUIS C. BROWN

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Notice is hereby given that original

Letters Testamentary for the Estate

of ANTONIO M. FLORES, Deceased,

were issued on July 9, 2014, in Cause

No. P-36,250, pending in the Probate

Court Of Hidalgo County, Texas,

to: MARIA ROSALBA MARISCAL

FLORES.

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 prescribed by law.

Maria Rosalba Mariscal Flores

c/o: LOUIS C. BROWN

Attorney at Law

1207 Conway

Mission, TX 78572

DATED the 15th day of July, 2014.

 

 

 

 

CITY OF ALTON

ORDINANCE 2014-03-0708

ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING ISSUANCE, SALE AND DELIVERY

OF CITY OF ALTON, TEXAS TAX INCREMENT

REVENUE AND LIMITED TAX CERTIFICATES OF OBLIGATION,

SERIES 2014; PAYABLE FROM THE LEVY OF

A DIRECT AND CONTINUING ANNUAL AD VALOREM

TAX WITHIN THE LIMITS PRESCRIBED BY LAW AND A

PLEDGE OF THE GROSS REVENUES OF THE CITY’S

TAX INCREMENT, REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER ONE,

CITY OF ALTON; PRESCRIBING THE TERMS AND FORM

THEREOF; PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE

PRINCIPAL THEREOF AND INTEREST THEREON; AND

MAKING OTHER PROVISIONS REGARDING SUCH CERTIFICATES

AND MATTERS INCIDENT THERETO; RATIFICATION

OF NOTICE FOR THIS MEETING AS AMENDED;

AUTHORIZING AN INTERLOCAL FINANCING/USE

AGREEMENT; AUTHORIZING A SECOND AMENDMENT

TO THE INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT ENTERED INTO

ON MAY 23, 2011 AND AMENDED ON AUGUST 14, 2012;

WAIVING SECOND AND THIRD READING.

READ, APPROVED, AND PASSED on this the 8th day of

July, 2014.

Salvador Vela, Mayor

ATTEST: Baudelia Rojas TRMC|CPM, City Secretary

 

ORDINANCE 2014-04-0708

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF

“CITY OF ALTON, TEXAS COMBINATION TAX AND

REVENUE CERTIFICATES OF OBLIGATION, SERIES

2014”; PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF SAID CERTIFICATES

BY THE LEVY OF AN AD VALOREM TAX

UPON ALL TAXABLE PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY

AND FURTHER SECURING SAID CERTIFICATES BY A

LIEN ON AND PLEDGE OF THE PLEDGED REVENUES

DERIVED BY THE CITY FROM THE OPERATION OF

THE CITY’S WATER SYSTEM; PROVIDING THE TERMS

AND CONDITIONS OF SAID CERTIFICATES AND RESOLVING

OTHER MATTERS INCIDENT AND RELATING

TO THE ISSUANCE, PAYMENT, SECURITY, SALE, AND

DELIVERY OF SAID CERTIFICATES; AUTHORIZING THE

EXECUTION OF A PAYING AGENT/REGISTRAR AGREEMENT

AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE, WAIVING

SECOND AND THIRD READING.

READ, APPROVED, AND PASSED on this the 8th day of

July, 2014.

Salvador Vela, Mayor

ATTEST: Baudelia Rojas TRMC|CPM, City Secretary

 

ORDINANCE 2014-05-0708

AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING A 10.00 ACRE TRACT OF

LAND OUT OF LOT 381, JOHN H. SHARY SUBDIVISION

RECORDED IN VOLUME 1, PAGE 17 OF THE MAP RECORDS

OF HIDALGO COUNTY, TEXAS INTO THE CORPORATE

LIMITS OF THE CITY OF ALTON, HIDALGO

COUNTY, TEXAS; DESIGNATING A ZONING DISTRICT;

PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE; PROVIDING FOR

A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; WAIVING SECOND AND

THIRD READING.

READ, APPROVED, AND PASSED on this the 8th day of

July, 2014.

Salvador Vela, Mayor

ATTEST: Baudelia Rojas TRMC|CPM, City Secretary

ORDINANCE 2014-06-0708

AN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE CLASSIFICATION FOR

ZONING PURPOSES OF THE FOLLOWING TRACT OF

LAND: A 10.00 ACRE TRACT OF LAND OUT OF LOT

381, JOHN H. SHARY SUBDIVISION, ALTON, HIDALGO

COUNTY, TEXAS; PROVIDING FOR THE AMENDMENT

OF THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE CITY OF

ALTON, TEXAS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOREGOING

ZONING CLASSIFICATION CHANGES; PROVIDING

FOR A SAVINGS AND REPEAL CLAUSE;

PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE; WAIVING SECOND

AND THIRD READING.

READ, APPROVED, AND PASSED on this the 8th day of

July, 2014.

Salvador Vela, Mayor

ATTEST: Baudelia Rojas TRMC|CPM, City Secretary

 

ORDINANCE 2014-07-0708

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALTON, TEXAS,

(“CITY”) APPROVING A NEGOTIATED RESOLUTION BETWEEN THE CITY

AND TEXAS GAS SERVICE (“TGS” OR “THE COMPANY”) REGARDING THE

COMPANY’S MAY 1, 2014 COST OF SERVICE ADJUSTMENT (“COSA”) FILING;

GRANTING THE COMPANY’S REQUEST FOR A GOOD CAUSE WAIVER

OF LANGUAGE IN SECTION C.5 OF THE COSA CLAUSE; DECLARING EXISTING

RATES TO BE UNREASONABLE; APPROVING ATTACHED TARIFFS

THAT REFLECT RATE ADJUSTMENTS CONSISTENT WITH THE NEGOTIATED

SETTLEMENT AND FINDING THE RATES TO BE SET BY THE ATTACHED

TARIFFS TO BE JUST AND REASONABLE; PROVIDING FOR THE RECOVERY

OF THE CITY’S AND TGS’ REASONABLE AND NECESSARY RATE CASE EXPENSES;

ADOPTING A SAVINGS CLAUSE; DETERMINING THAT THIS ORDINANCE

WAS PASSED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE

TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT; DECLARING AN EFFECTIVE DATE; REPEALING

ANY PRIOR ORDINANCES INCONSISTENT WITH THIS ORDINANCE AND

REQUIRING DELIVERY OF THIS ORDINANCE TO THE COMPANY’S AND THE

CITY’S LEGAL COUNSEL; WAIVING SECOND AND THIRD READING.

READ, APPROVED, AND PASSED on this the 8th day of July, 2014.

Salvador Vela, Mayor

ATTEST: Baudelia Rojas TRMC|CPM, City Secretary

 

 

 

JAMES E. SOTO

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Notice is hereby given that original

Letters of Testamentary for the Estate

of Elias Sepulveda, Deceased, were

issued on 25th day of June, 2014,

in Cause No. P-36,234, pending in

the Probate Court of Hidalgo County,

Texas, to: SUSAN SEPULVEDA.

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 prescribed by

law.

c/o: James E. Soto

Attorney at Law

945 Heights Boulevard

Houston, Texas 77008

 

 

 

KELLER & KELLER

STATE OF MICHIGAN

PROBATE COURT

COUNTY OF CALHOUN

PUBLICATION

OF NOTICE

FILE NO.

2014-

In the matter of LILLIE M. MONTGOMERY, deceased

TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:*

James A. Wright

Whose address(es) are unknown and whose interest in the matter may be barred or affected by the

following:

TAKE NOTICE:*

I, Heather Bowman, intend to request my informal appointment as Personal Representative of the Estate.

This notice is served upon each person whose right to an appointment is prior or equal to my own.

The Court will not act upon my application until 14 days after the date this notice was mailed or until 7

days after this notice was personally served. The actions you take may include:

Upon paying a filing fee, filing a petition for formal proceedings to appoint a personal representative.

Upon paying a filing fee, filing an application for informal appointment of yourself as personal representative

provided you have a higher priority to be appointed.

Contacting an attorney for assistance in representing you in any proceeding you with to file in the court.

7-15-14

Date

S. Jack Keller P15815 Heather Bowman

Attorney Name (type or print) Bar no. Petitioner Name (type or print)

814 Port Street, PO BOX 7 240 Burr Street Address Address

Saint Joseph MI 49085 (216) 983-7333 Battle Creek, MI 49015 (269)339-9595 City, state, zip Telephone no. City, state, zip Telephone no.

 

 

 

CITY OF MISSION

NOTICE TO PUBLIC

CITY OF MISSION

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT

ENTITLEMENT PROGRAM

FINAL ACTION PLAN 2014-2015

In compliance with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Development

Block Grant Program rules and regulations, the City of Mission hereby announces its Final Action Plan

2014-2015 for its Thirty-first Year Entitlement Program. On July 14, 2014 the Mayor and City Council

approved funding recommendations utilizing the following:

2014 CDBG Allocation $929,431

2014 ACTION PLAN

PROJECT NAME: (05A) AMIGOS DEL VALLE-Activities/Meals

FUNDING: $ 7,250/25,000

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Funding will be utilized to provide senior activities/home delivered

meals

ELIGIBILITY: SENIOR SERVICES 570.201(e)

PROJECT NAME: (05A) AREA AGENCY ON AGING

FUNDING: $ 10,000

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Funding will be utilized to assist seniors with medications, hearing aids

and dentures

ELIGIBILITY: SENIOR SERVICES 570.201(e)

PROJECT NAME (05A) SILVER RIBBON

FUNDING: $ 3,875

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Funding will be utilized to assist seniors with rent and rent deposits,

utilities and utility deposits, medications, dental, etc.

ELIGIBILITY: SENIOR SERVICES 570.201(e)

PROJECT NAME: (05B) EASTER SEALS SOCIETY

FUNDING: $ 3,875

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Funding will be utilized to provide outpatient rehabilitation services.

ELIGIBILITY: HANDICAPPED SERVICES 570.201(e)

PROJECT NAME: (05M) DENTISTS WHO CARE

FUNDING: $ 10,000

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Funding to provide free dental care to low/mod children at eligible

Mission schools.

ELIGIBILITY: HEALTH SERVICES 570.201(e)

PROJECT NAME: (05N) CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER

FUNDING: $ 10,000

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Funding will be utilized to provide counseling services for abused/neglected

children and their families.

ELIGIBILITY: ABUSED AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN 570.201(e)

PROJECT NAME: (14A) HABITAT FOR HUMANITY – HOME REPAIR PROJECT

FUNDING: $ 100,000

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Funding will provide for home repairs/reconstruction for approximately

ten (10) eligible low moderate-income families who reside in substandard

housing

ELIGIBILITY: REHAB; SINGLE UNIT RESIDENTIAL 570.202

PROJECT NAME: (14A) HOUSING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

FUNDING: $561,742

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Funding will provide Housing Reconstruction for approximately

eleven (11) eligible low moderate-income families whose

homes are not adequate to live in $511,742

Funding will provide Housing Rehabilitation to approximately two (2)

eligible low moderate-income families whose homes are deteriorated

and in need of repair $50,000

ELIGIBILITY: REHAB; SINGLE UNIT RESIDENTIAL 570.202

PROJECT NAME: (14H) HOUSING ADMINISTRATION

FUNDING: $ 69,500

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Funding for staff costs for administration, operation and maintenance

expenses relative to the development, implementation, and monitoring

of the overall Housing program.

ELIGIBILITY: GENERAL PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION 570.202

PROJECT NAME: (21A) CDBG ADMINISTRATION

FUNDING: $128,189

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Funding for staff costs for administration, operation and maintenance

expenses relative to the development, implementation, and monitoring

of the overall CDBG program.

ELIGIBILITY: GENERAL PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION 570.206

In accordance, with Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended, Phase

XI of the City of Mission’s Entitlement Community Development Block Grant Program, provides maximum

feasible priority to activities benefiting low to moderate income residents and will aid in the prevention and

elimination of substandard living conditions within the community of Mission. The activities will be administered

and are designed for use by and benefit the residents of neighborhoods predominately consisting

of low to moderate-income persons.

After the public comment period expires and comments are considered the Final Action Plan 2014-2015

will be submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, H.F. Garcia Federal Building/

U.S. Courthouse, 615 E. Houston Street, Suite 347, San Antonio, TX 78205.

For further information on this document, contact Ms. Jo Anne Longoria, Community Development

Director at (956) 580-8670

 

 

 

ESCALERA WRECKER

Mission Towing INC.

1515 W. 3 Mile Rd.

Mission, Texas 78573

(956) 585-8245 • Fax 581-6668

TDLR VSF Lic. NO. 0551944

pursuant to the provision contained in rule 85.703. subchapter

f, from chapter 85, part 4 of title 16 in the texas administrative

code, we are officially notifying you that the below described

motor vehicles held in our custody are to be picked

up, removed and all charges paid within (45) days or these vehicles

will be declared abandoned according to texas law.

YEAR MAKE MODEL VIN# BALANCE

1996 FORD            EXPLORER            1FMDU34X4TUA68289 $350.00

GOOSENECK HORSE TRAILER 27FT X 6FT                        $5,085.00

4FT X 6FT UTILITY TRAILER                        $830.00

total charges cannot be computed until vehicle is claimed.

storage charges will accrue daily until vehicle is released.

pursuant to the provision contained in rule 85.704. subchapter

D, from chapter 85, part 4 of title 16 in the texas administrative

code, we are officially notifying you that the below described

motor vehicle(s) held in our custody are to be picked

up, removed and all charges paid within (30) days. failure of

the owner or lienholder to claim vehicle(s) before the date

of sale is a waiver of all right, title, and interest of vehicle(s)

and also a consent to the sale of the vehicle in public sale

according to texas law.

2ND NOTICE

YEAR MAKE MODEL VIN# BALANCE

CARGO            TRAILER                        $1,160.00

total charges cannot be computed until vehicle is claimed.

storage charges will accrue daily until vehicle is released.

Mission Towing INC.

1515 W. 3 Mile Rd.

Mission, Texas 78573

(956) 585-8245 • Fax 581-6668

TDLR VSF Lic. NO. 0551944

 

ORDINANCE 2014-04-0708

 

 

July 11 - Legal Notices

PUBLIC NOTICE

The Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a Regular Meeting on July 23, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. at the City Hall Council Chambers, 1201 East 8th Street, Mission, Texas in order to consider the following:

Rezoning: The Northeast 8.97 acre tract out of Lot 21-4, West Addition to Sharyland Subdivision (aka Leo Marcell Elementary), from (R-1) Single Family Residential to (P) Public Zone; Rezoning: The North 300’ of Lot 3, The Retreat at Cimarron Subdivision, from (R-3) Multi-Family Residential to C-2 (Neighborhood Commercial If a zoning is amended during the public hearing, it shall be pursuant to the City of Mission’s Amendatory Zone Policy Statement. Anyone interested is invited to attend. Anna Carrillo, City Secretary


PUBLIC NOTICE

The Mission City Council will hold a Regular Meeting on July 28, 2014 at 4:30 p.m. at the City Hall Council Chambers, 1201 East 8th Street, Mission, Texas in order to consider the following:

Rezoning: A 6.299 acres tract of land out of Lot 5, Miller Bros. Nursery Re-subdivision, from (AO-I) Agricultural Open Interim to (R-1) Single Family Residential; and Rezoning: Lots 2 & 4, Toellner Subdivision, from (R-1) Single Family Residential to R-3 (Multi-Family Residential) If a zoning is amended during the public hearing, it shall be pursuant to the City of Mission’s Amendatory Zone Policy Statement. Anyone interested is invited to attend.

Anna Carrillo, City Secretary

   

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