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Page 4A NEWS Hays Free Press January 30, 2013 4- {- "ssioners new STAFF REPORT The Hays County Commis- sioners Court recently ap- proved the appointment of Ron Hall as Deputy Constable for Precinct 5, which includes the Buda area. Hall, who lives in Kyle and is a graduate of the FBI Nation- al Academy, had previously served as a deputy constable in Precinct 4 and as police chief in Bertram. Hall nearly thwarted Pct. 2 Hays County Constable James Kohler's bid for reelection in November, though Kohler kept his seat,which covers Kyle and Buda, with 52.71 percent of the vote. "We're pleased to welcome a deputy constable with such HALL extensive experience and training," said Pct 2 Commissioner Mark Jones. "Such dedicated pro- fessionalism is a great asset to our whole county." Pct. 5 Constable Matt Man- cillas III lauded Hall's experi- ence, whicb includes certifica- tion as a Master Peace Officer. "Master Peace Officer is the highest level of training cer- tificate offered by the Texas Commission on Law Enforce- ment Officer Standards and Education," Mancillas said. Constables have the same powers as other police of- ricers, but with the added responsibility of civil law en- forcement, such as serving warrants and acting as bailiffs for courts. \ i MARK DAMMERT, FELLOWSHIP-TRAINED IN FACIAL PLASTIC i Allergy & Sinus Management Vocal Curdle{sorters : i, Snoring & Sleep ApneaTrea ent. Head & NeCk Cancer S gery i Hearing Loss & Ear Disorders SkiaCancer Dizziness & Balance Disorders Functional i l: C0smefi F ia i Thyroid Disorders .... Offering ! i ;i I t :!i Campaign Finance Reports Continued from pg. 1A A.G.E. Graphics, LLC in Long Bottom, Ohio for yard signs and stakes on Dec. 28; and $100 to a "neighborhood boy" named Alec to pass out flyers on Jan. 5. Though Proctor's filed ex- penditures equaled to $639.14, she reported total political ex- penditures of $699.14. "every candidate and every officeholder is required to file reports of contributions and expenditures by January 15 and July 15 of each year... (and) an opposed candidate in an upcoming election must file reports of contributions and expenditures 30 days and eight days before the election." In Proctor's Jan. 18 cam- palgn finance report, which she identified as the state required Jan. 15 report, she reported no contributions and reported the -Statement by the Texas Ethics Commission same expenditures as those re- ported in her Jan. 14 report, and states, "every candidate and day after the period covered the expenditures identified, too, every officeholder is required by the last required report and equaled $639.14, though she re- to file reports of contributions ends on the 10th day before the ported total political expendi- and expenditures by January election," according to the cam- turesof$699.14. 15 and July 15 of each year.., paignrinanceguide. In Proctor's Jan. 22 cam- (and) an opposed candidate in Hopkins and Proctor will paign finance report, which she an upcoming election must file have to file an additional cam- identified as the state required reports of contributions and paign finance report, per state eighth-day before an election expenditures 30 days and eight roles. report, she, again, reported no days before the election." "In addition to other required contributions and the same ex- Hopkins did not file a cam- reports, an opposed candidate penditures reported in her pre- paign finance report eight days in a runoff election shall file vious two reports. Though this before the Jan. 26 election, one report for that election. The time, her identified expendi- The Commission states that runoff election report must be tures did equal her total politi- if the 30 days before the election received by the authority with cal expenditures- $639.14. report is the candidate's first re- whom the report is required to Proctorsaldinawrittenstate- quired report, then the period be filed not later than the eighth ment that mathematical errors covered in that report begins on day before runoff election day," had been made in the reports the day the candidate filed their states the Election Code. where $699.14 was reported as campaign treasurer appoint- That report should cover po- the total political expenditures, ment and runs through the for- lifical contributions and expen- and that forms have been filed tieth day before the election, ditures beginning the ninth day to amend those reports. The Also, the Commission finds before the Jan. 26 election and total expenditures equaledthat the report due eight days continuing through the tenth $639.14. before an election "covers the day before the nmoff election TheTexasEthicsCommission period that begins on the first day. CTMC Hospice Care's Valentine' Luncheon Please welcome special guests and comedians Laura Bartlett and Linda Stogner of the Four Funny Females comedy troupe. Tuesday, Feb 5, 2013, 11 am - 1 pm San Marcos Activity Center $40 ticket or $500 for a reserved table of 8 Linda Stogner Lunch provided by Werner's Catering RSVP by calling 512.754.6159 or emall ctmchospicecare@ahss.org. TMC 1315 IH'35 North C~;;NTRAL TEXAS MEDICAL CENTI~R San Marcos TX 78666 i Laura Bartlett :: Equity With a Home Equity Loan from Austin Telco you can: Make home improvements Take a vacation Pay for college tuition Contact a Loan Specialist at Ext. 7194 +