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November 1, 2013 - Legal Notices

LEGAL NOTICE

Application has been made with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission for a Wine and Beer Retailer’s Off Premise Permit by DBPR, LLC dba Rafael’s Convenience Store and Meat Market to be located at 804 W. Veterans Blvd. Ste. B, Palmview, Hidalgo County, Texas, 78572. Sole member of the said LLC is Benjamin Policarpio.


PUBLIC NOTICE

The Mission City Council will hold a Regular Meeting on November 12, 2013 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 4.066 acre tract of land being out of Lot 20-4, West Addition to Sharyland Subdivision, from (R-1) Single Family Residential & (C-2) Neighborhood Commercial to (C-3) General Business; and Rezoning: The South ó of Lot 1, Block A, Riverside Subdivision, from (AO-I) Agricultural Open Interim to (C-3) General Business 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 Carillo, City Secretary


PUBLIC NOTICE

The Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a Regular Meeting on November 13, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. at the City Hall Council Chambers, 1201 East 8th Street, Mission, Texas in order to consider the following: Rezoning: A 1.17 acre tract of land out of Lot 28-7, West Addition to Sharyland Subdivision, from (R-1) Single 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 Carillo, City Secretary


956 Towing & Recovery LLC
1515 W. 3 Mile Rd.
Mission, Texas 78573
(956) 585-8245 • Fax 581-6668
TDLR VSF Lic. NO. 0640957

Escalera Wrecker Inc.
1515 W. 3 Mile Rd.
Mission, Texas 78573
(956) 585-8245 • Fax 581-6668
TDLR VSF Lic. No. 0548371

Misson 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 vehicle(s) 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
2013             INTERNATIONAL                                 3HSDJSJR8DN190416            $3,159.00
2008             FONTAINE                   FLATBED          5TR14830582001473             $3,159.00

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
2005                         CHEVY            CORSA            93CXM19RX5C274151            $825.00

Total charges cannot be computed until vehicle is claimed. storage charges will accrue daily until vehicle is released.


MISSION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
NOTICE OF INTENTION
BUDGET AMENDMENT TO FY 2013-2014 BUDGET

TAKE NOTICE that the Mission Economic Development Corporation of the City of Mission, (the “MEDC”), shall convene not earlier than 60 days after first publishing this notice and shall consider authorizing a Budget Amendment to the fiscal year 2013-2014 Budget, as hereinafter described, pursuant to the provisions of V.T.C.A. Local Government Code Sections 505.001 et seq. The MEDC is authorized on behalf of the City of Mission, Texas to undertake the Project or Projects by paying the cost of the Project or Projects with sales tax revenues authorized under said Local Government Code sections.

The Board of Directors of the MEDC will determine whether the Project or Projects will be undertaken and whether it will finance the cost of the Project or Projects with proceeds from sales tax revenues. The Project or Projects shall consist of the following: (1) Infrastructure Improvements on Commerce Drive, Mission, Texas in an amount not to exceed $90,000.

Date of Publication: November 1, 2013

Anna Carrillo

City Secretary


Notice of Public Hearing
Mission Economic Development Corporation

Notice is hereby given that the Mission Economic Development Corporation will conduct a public hearing on Thursday, November 21, 2013 at 12:00 noon at The Club at Cimarron, 1200 S. Shary Road, Mission, Texas to consider the following project or projects during the proposed fiscal year 2013- 2014: (1) Infrastructure Improvements on Commerce Drive, Mission, Texas in an amount not to exceed $90,000. Anyone interested is invited to attend and present their comments.

Date of Publication: November 1, 2013

Anna Carrillo

City Secretary


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
FOR THE
CITY OF LA JOYA
WATER TREATMENT PLANT EXPANSION PROJECT

The City of La Joya will conduct a public hearing to discuss expansion of the existing Water Treatment Plant and potential environmental impacts of project alternatives in La Joya, Hidalgo County, Texas. The public hearing will be held:

Tuesday, December 3, 2013
La Joya City Hall Conference Room
101 North Leo St.
La Joya, Texas.
Hearing: 10:00a.m.

The proposed project will expand the existing Water Treatment Plant from its current rated treatment capacity of 0.887 a million gallons per day (MGD) to 1.774 MGD treatment capacity. The need for the project is to continue to meet customer demand and to meet Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) requirements and regulations. The treatment plant is currently working at 95 percent capacity which is above TCEQ’s 85 percent requirement. TCEQ mandates an increase of capacity as water treatment plants reach 85 percent of their capacity.

The proposed water treatment plant expansion project would be located within city owned property and site of the curent City of La Joya’s water treatment plant; therefore, additional right-of-way is not required. The actual footprint of the proposed water treatment plant will cover a 53-ft by 30-ft area. The cost of the water treatment plant expansion will be $6,469,080.00. The Environmental Information Document for the proposed project will be available for review at the La Joya City Hall, 101 N. Leo St., La Joya, and at S & B Infrastructure, Ltd., 5408 N. 10th St., McAllen, Texas.

Verbal or written comments may be presented at the public hearing. After the public hearing, written comments may be mailed to Mr. Reddy Kajuluri, P.E., at following address: S & B Infrastructure, Ltd., 5408 N. 10th St., McAllen, Texas. All written comments must be postmarked on or before December 13, 2013 to be included in the official public hearing record.

Accommodations will be made available at the public hearing for persons with special communication or accommodation needs. Persons interested in attending the hearing and have questions regarding special communication or accommodation needs, please call Mr. Reddy Kajuluri at (956) 926-5021 at least five days prior to the public hearing.


AVISO DE AUDIENCIA PÚBLICA PARA
LA EXPANSIÓN DE LA PLANTA POTABLIZADORA DE AGUA
DE LA CIUDAD DE LA JOYA

La ciudad de La Joya celebrará una audiencia pública para presentar la propuesta de la ampliación de la planta potabilizadora de agua y los posibles impactos ambientales de las alternativas del proyecto. La audiencia pública se llevará a cabo:

Martes, 3 de diciembre de 2013
Salón de Conferencias de La Municipalidad de La Joya
101 North Leo St.
La Joya, Texas
Audiencia: 10:00a.m.

El proyecto propuesto es de ampliar la capacidad de la planta potabilizadora de agua de 0.887 millones de galones por día a una capacidad de 1.774 millones de galones por día. Este proyecto se requiere para abastecer la demanda de agua de los consumidores y para cumplir con los requisitos y reglamentos de La Comisión de Calidad Ambiental de Texas (TCEQ por sus siglas en ingles). Actualmente la planta potabilizadora de agua está operando al 95 por ciento de su capacidad. Esto excede el 85 por ciento que requiere La Comisión de Calidad Ambiental de Texas. La Comisión exige la ampliación de las plantas cuando sobrepasan el 85 por ciento de su capacidad.

El proyecto propuesto de ampliar la planta potabilizadora de agua se ubicará en propiedad de la ciudad y en el sitio donde ya esta ubicada la planta existente. El espacio ocupado por la expansión cubrirá un área de 53 pies por 30 pies. El costo de la ampliación de la planta potabilizadora de agua será de $6,469,080.00. El Informe de Evaluación Ambiental para el proyecto propuesto estará disponible al público en la municipalidad de La Joya, 101 North Leo St., La Joya, Texas y la oficina de S & B Infrastructure, Ltd., 5408 N. 10th St., McAllen, Texas.

La audiencia esta estructurada para recibir observaciones verbales o escritas de parte de las personas interesadas. Después de la audiencia, las observaciones escritas pueden ser enviadas al Ing. Reddy Kajuluri a la siguiente dirección: S & B Infrastructure, Ltd., 5408 N. 10th St., McAllen, Texas. Las declaraciones enviadas por correo deben de estar selladas en o antes del 13 de diciembre de 2013 para estar incluidas en el registro oficial de la audiencia.

La audiencia tendrá disponible adaptaciones para las personas con necesidades especiales de comunicación o para los discapacitados. Personas interesadas en asistir a la audiencia que necesiten adaptaciones especiales, favor de llamar al Ing. Reddy Kajuluri al teléfono (956) 926-5021 por lo menos cinco días antes de que se celebre la audiencia pública.

 

October 18, Legal Notices

AVISO DE AUDENCIA PUBLICA
CIUDAD DE ALTON
PROGRAMA URBANO DEL CONDADO DE HIDALGO

En cumplimiento con el Plan Consolidado para la Planificación y Desarrollo Comunitario (CDBG), la ciudad de Alton llevará a cabo una audiencia pública para solicitar la opinión de las partes interesadas en las necesidades de la ciudad bajo el Programa Urbano del Condado de Hidalgo, del año fiscal 27 (2014).

Los objetivos generales del Plan Consolidado son el fortalecimiento de las asociaciones con jurisdicción a fin de ampliar y fortalecer las alianzas entre todos los niveles del gobierno y el sector privado, incluidas las organizaciones sin fines de lucro y, a fin de que puedan proporcionar una vivienda digna, para establecer y mantener una vida adecuada en el medio ambiente, y para ampliar las oportunidades económicas para todos los ciudadanos, en particular para las personas con ingresos muy bajos.

La audiencia pública se llevará a cabo el Martes, 22 de Octubre 2013 a las 7:30 P.M. en la siguiente ubicación:

Municipalidad de la ciudad de Alton
509 S. Alton Blvd.
Alton, Texas 78573

La Ciudad de Alton anticipa una asignación de aproximadamente $278,900.00 basado en la asignación del año pasado. A continuación se muestra una lista parcial de las actividades eligible.

Necesidades de establecimientos públicos
Centros para personas de la tercera edad
Centros para jóvenes Instalaciones del vecindario
Instalaciones de parques y recreación Instalaciones de salud
Instalaciones para el cuidado de niños
Instalaciones de estacionamiento
Necesides de mejoras de infraestructura
Mejoras de drenaje de inundaciones
Mejoras de agua
Mejoras de alcantarillado
Mejoras de calles
Necesidades de Servicios Públicos
Servicios para personas de tercera edad
Servicios para discapacitados
Servicios para jóvenes
Servicios de cuidado infantil
Accesibilidad
Necesidades de desarrollo económico
Asistencia Técnica
Pintura con base de plomo / Reducción de Riesgos
Aplicación del código Necesidades de vivienda de emergencia
Necesidades de vivienda Planificación de la Comunidad
Administración del Programa

Alojamiento para las personas con discapacidad se puede proporcionar a petición.

Para obtener más información, por favor venga a nuestra oficina o llame al (956) 432-0760. Los comentarios escritos pueden enviarse a:

El Alcalde Salvador Vela
De la Ciudad de Alton
509 S. Alton Blvd.,
Alton, Texas 78573


PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
CITY OF ALTON
URBAN COUNTY PROGRAM

In compliance with the Consolidated Plan for Community Planning & Development (CDBG), the City of Alton will conduct a public hearing to solicit input from interested parties on the City’s needs under the Urban County Program Fiscal Year 27 (2014).

The overall goals for the Consolidated Plan are to strengthen partnerships with jurisdiction, to extend and strengthen partnerships among all levels of government and the private sector, including profit and nonprofit organizations, to enable them to provide decent housing, to establish and maintain a suitable living environment, and to expand economic opportunities for every citizen, particularly for very low income persons.

The public hearing will be held on Tuesday, October 22, 2013 at 7:30 P.M. at the following location:

Alton City Hall
509 S. Alton Blvd.
Alton, Texas 78573

The City of Alton anticipates an allocation of approximately $278,900.00 based on last year’s allocation. Listed below is a partial listing of eligible activities.

Public Facilities Needs
Senior Centers
Youth Centers
Neighborhood Facilities
Parks and Recreation Facilities
Health Facilities
Child Care Facilities
Parking Facilities
Infrastructure Improvement Needs
Flood Drain Improvements
Water Improvements
Sewer Improvements
Street Improvements
Public Service Needs
Senior Services
Handicapped Services
Youth Services
Child Care Services
Accessibility
Economic Development Needs
Technical Assistance
Lead-Based Paint/Hazard Abatement
Code Enforcement Emergency Shelter Needs
Housing Needs
Community Planning

Program Administration Accommodations for individuals with handicaps shall be provided upon request.

For more information, please come by our office or call (956) 432-0760. Written comments can be forwarded to: Mayor Salvador Vela City of Alton 509 S. Alton Blvd., Alton, Texas 78573


ORDINANCE NO. 4003

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MISSION, TEXAS GRANTING A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT FOR STORAGE UNTIS FOR LEASE ON PROPERTY ZONED AO-I, 2545 E. GRIFFIN PARKWAY, LOT 2, 3A SUBDIVISION READ, CONSIDERED AND PASSED, this the 14th day of October, 2013. Norberto Salinas, Mayor ATTEST: Anna Carrillo, City Secretary  


ORDINANCE NO. 4004

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MISSION, TEXAS GRANTING A RE-DESIGNATION OF LAND USE FOR LOT 3, BLOCK 5, FAIRWAY ESTATES, FROM PUD (UN-DESIGNATED) TO PUD (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) READ, CONSIDERED AND PASSED, this the 14th day of October, 2013. Norberto Salinas, Mayor ATTEST: Anna Carrillo, City Secretary


Sharyland Independent School District: Improvement Required Public Hearing Notice

Sharyland Independent School District will hold a public hearing at 5:30 p.m., October 22, 2013 in the Administration Building Mission, Texas.

The purpose of this meeting is to discuss a campus that has been rated as Improvement Required (IR) due to low performance on one or more of the four indexes of the performance index framework must engage in the in the Texas Accountability Intervention System (TAIS).

The Sharyland Alternative Education Program (AEP) is engaged in the TAIS process.

In accordance with requirements of TEC §39.106(a)(4), TEC §39.106 (e‐1), and 19 TAC §97.1063(b)(4) and (j), the campus is required to develop an improvement plan and present it to the local board for approval and present it in a public hearing.

   

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