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Page 4D Hays Free Press * May 25, 2016 Putdic Notices Suite 1700, Austin, Texas 78701. Dated this, the 25th day of May 2016. HAYS CISD IS REQUESTING PROPOSALS Hays CISD is Requesting Proposals for RFP #18- 0516038C Waste Resource Management Services. Request for Proposals will be accepted until May 27, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. local time. Specifications are available in the HCISD Purchasing Office (512-268-2141 ext 6035) between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday or on the Public Purchase web site (www.publicpurchase.com). Responses must be into the HCISD Public Purchase web site by the date and time indicated above. Late propos- als will be returned unopened. The HCISD Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject any and/or all RFPs and waive all formalities in the RFP process. NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS RFP NO. 2016-04-PM ACTUARIAL VALUATION SENVlCES FOR OTHER P0ST-EMPL0MEN'I" BENEFITS (0PEI]) The City of Kyle will accept proposals from qualified firms for Actuarial Valuation Services for Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB) until 10:00 a.m., on June 6, 2016, in the City's Financial Services De- partment. Proposals received after this time will not be considered. A complete copy of the Request for Proposal (RFP) No. 2016-04-PM for Actuarial Valuation Services for Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB) is available on the City of Kyle website and can be downloaded at: http://www.cityofkyle.com/ finance/rfp-acturial-valuation- services-other-post-employ- ment-benefits-opeb> Perwez A. Moheet, CPA Director of Finance City of Kyle, Texas Proposed Desired PUBLIC HEARING Groundwater Management Area 13 Future Conditions and Relevant Aquifer Designations Date: June 21, 2016 Time: 10:30 a.m. Location: 1101 W. San Antonio St., Lockhart, TX 78644 At an open meeting of the Groundwater Management Area 13 Joint Planning Committee (GMA-13) held on April 27, 2016 in Pleasanton, Texas, and attended by representatives from the following groundwater conservation districts located wholly or partially within Groundwater Management Area 13: Edwards Aquifer Authority, Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District, Gonzales County UndergroundWater Conservation District, Guadalupe County Groundwater Conservation District, McMullen Groundwater Conservation District, Medina County Groundwater Conservation District, Plum Creek Conservation District, Uvalde County Underground Water Conservation District, Wintergarden Groundwater Conservation District; GMA-13 considered and adopted the following Proposed Desired Future Conditions (DFCs) for GMA-13 regional groundwater planning purposes: The first proposed desired future condition for the Carrizo-Wilcox/ Queen City/Sparta Aquifers in Groundwater Management Area 13 is that 75 percent of the saturated thickness in the outcrop at the end of 2012 remains in 2070. This desired future condition is considered feasible despite model predictions to the contrary as detailed in GMA 13 Technical Memorandum 16-08. In addition, a secondary proposed desired future condition for the Carrizo-Wilcox/Queen City/Sparta Aquifers in Groundwater Management Area 13 is an average drawdown of 48 feet for all of GMA 13. The drawdown is calculated from the end of 2012 conditions to the year 2070. This desired future condition is consistent with Scenario 9 as detailed in GMA 13 Technical Memorandum 16-01 and GMA 13 Technical Memorandum 16-08. e The proposed desired future conditions for the Yegua-Jackson Aquifer in Groundwater Management Area 13 are summarized in GMA 13 Technical Memorandum 16-04 (Draft 1). For Gonzales County, the average drawdown from 2010 to 2070 is 3 feet, for Karnes County, the average drawdown from 2010 to 2070 is 1 foot, and for all other counties in GMA 13, the Yegua-Jackson is classified as not relevant for purposes of joint planning. The Trinity, Edwards, and Gulf Coast Aquifers are designated as non- relevant for all counties in GMA 13 for purposes of joint planning. Members of the public are invited to attend and provide oral comment, testimony, and/or submit other documentation and information relevant to the Proposed DFCs and Relevant Aquifer Designations to the Board of Directors at this Public Hearing. If unable to attend the Public Hearing, members of the public are invited to submit written comments, testimony, and/or other documentation and information relevant to the Proposed DFCs and Relevant Aquifer Designations to the Board of Directors at the District Office located at: Plum Creek Conservation District P.O. Box 328 1101 W. San Antonio St. Lockhart, TX 78640 GMA- 13 has prepared standardized Public Comment Forms to help you organize and substantiate your submission. This form is available at the address above, http://pccd.org/forms The Public Comment period runs from May 2, 2016 through August 1, 2016. The District will prepare a report of any relevant comments received at the Public Hearing and attach any written comments, testimony, and/or other documentation and information relevant to the Proposed DFCs and Relevant Aquifer Designations received through August 1, 2016. This report and attachments will be provided to the GMA-13 Committee for their review, consideration, and incorporation into the DFC decision-making process. Questions or requests for additional information may be submitted to: Daniel Meyer Plum Creek Conservation District P.O. Box 328 1101 W. San Antonio St. Lockhart, TX 78640 Tel. (512) 398 - 2383 daniel.meyer@pccd.org REAL ESTATE TexSCAN Week of 22, 2016 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY TO GET PAID DALLY, Groat Home Business, Please call 832- 225-5005 first. 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The FTC web site is www.ftc.gov/bizop ADVERTISEMENT TO BIDDERS Lennar Homes of Texas Land and Construction, Ltd., hereafter called OWNER, is requesting sealed written Bids for providing all labor, materials, equipment, supervision, and incidentals, complete and ready for intended use, and for performing all Work required for the following Project: STONEFIELD SECTION 11 Located at: Buda, Hays County, Texas The Work consists of a water, wastewater, and drainage improvements per the construction plans. Bid Documents may be secured from the office of the Engineer, Cunningham Allen, Inc. 3103 Bee Cave Road, Suite 202, Austin TX 78746, on their FTP site. They can be reached via email at rcouch@cunningham-allen.com. Sealed Bids will be received at Cunningham Allen, Inc. 3103 Bee Cave Road, Suite 202, Austin TX 78746. ALL BIDS ARE DUE 5 minutes PRIOR TO Public Bid Opening at 11:00 am (Austin time) June 2, 2016. ALL Pre Qualification packages ARE DUE at the Pre Bid Conference. ALL BIDS NOT RECEIVED PRIOR TO THE DATE AND TIME SET FORTH ABOVEWILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR CONSIDERATION. The time recorded by Cunningham Allen, Inc. upon receipt of the Bid, is the time of record. All CONTRACTORS and SUBCONTRACTORS must be registered to do busi- ness in the State of Texas prior to submission of a Bid. Prime Contractors are responsible for ensuring that their Subcontractors are registered in the State of Texas. All Bids shall be accompanied by an acceptable Bid Bond executed on forms furnished by OWNER in an amount of five percent (5%) of the total Bid, as specified in Section C-200, Instructions To Bidders. Performance and payment bonds when required shall be executed on forms furnished by OWNER. Each bond shall be issued in an amount of one hun- dred percent (100%) of the Contract Amount by a solvent corporate surety company authorized to do business in the State of Texas, and shall meet any other requirements established by law or by OWNER pursuant to applicable law. Minimum insurance requirements are specified in the General Conditions and Supplementary Conditions. Minimum wage rates, unless otherwise specified in the General Conditions and Supplementary Conditions, shall be in accordance with the regulations established by the State of Texas and the Federal Government. Contract Time is of the essence and all Work shall be substantially completed as specified in Section C-520, Agreement between Owner and Contractor. OWNER reserves the right to reject any or all Bids and to waive any minor in- formality in any Bid or solicitation procedure (a minor informality is one that does not affect the competitiveness of the Bid). A mandatory Pre-Bid Conference will be held on May 26, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. (Austin Time) at Cunningham Allen, Inc., 3103 Bee Cave Road, Suite 202, Austin TX 78746. Bidders not attending the Pre-Bid Conference not be allowed to submit a Bid for the project. AUTHORIZED CONTACT PERSON: Richard G. Couch, P.E. telephone (512) 327-2946 email rcouch@cunnin- gahm-allen.com As a part of its business of exercising its groundwater powers, the Plum Creek Conservation District will consider an application for two water well production permits, which is described as follows: Name of Applicant Hays Caldwell Public Utility Agency 1040 Highway 123 Mailing Address San Marcos, TX 78666 Date Application Filed December 3, 2015 Location of Wells HCPUA Well gl (PC 6712900.001) Latitude: 29 48' 0.77" North Longitude: 97" 23' 24.7" West HCPUA Well #2 (PC 6712900.002} Latitude: 29 47' 22.16" North Longitude: 97 21' 28.58" West Purpose Public Water Supply Amount of Water 4,700 acre feet of water per year Rate of Production HCPUA Well #1 (PC 6712900.001) = 1,040 gallons per minute HCPUA Well #2 (PC 6712900.002) = 1,872 gallons per minute Summary The application is for two water well production permits, requesting a total of 4,700 acre feet of water per year for public water supply purposes to HCPUA member entities and customers. This consideration will be during the Board's regular meeting, at 1:00 p.m. on June 21st, 2016, located at 1101 W. San Antonio St., Lockhart, TX. As a part of its business of exercising its groundwater powers, the Plum Creek Conservation District will consider an application for a Transportation permit, which is described as follows: Name of Applicant Hays Caldwell Public Utility Agency 1040 Highway 123 Mailing Address San Marcos, TX 78666 Date Application Filed December 3, 2015 Location of Wells HCPUA Well #1 (PC 6713600.001) Latitude: 29" 48' 0.7T' North Longitude: 97 23' 24.7" West HCPUA Well #2 (PC 6714700.001) Latitude: 29 4T 22.16" North Longitude: 97 21' 28.58" West Purpose Public Water Supply Amount of Water 4,700 acre feet of water per year Rate of Production HCPUA Well #1 (PC 6713600.001) = 1,040 gallons per minute HCPUA Well #2 (PC g714700.001) = 1,872 gallons per minute Summary The transportation facilities will consist of four primary components: well field collection pipelines, a water treatment plant, treated water pipelines, and treated water pump stations. The water produced from the wells within the District will be collected into an estimated 36-inch diameter pipeline which will transport the water to the treatment plant. The treatment plant will be located either within Caldwell or Gonzales County. The water will be transported from the treatment plant via an estimated 36-inch diameter pipeline. Two booster pump stations will be required along the pipeline to deliver the water to the HCPUA member entities and customers. The Agency commenced construction of the transportation system on October 29, 2015. Pipeline excavation began for the portion of the project that will deliver water to the City of Buda. Maps are available at _w _ww_~pcd.org p.m. on June 21 , 2016, This consideration will be during the Board's regular meeting, at 1:00 ,t located at 1101 W. San Antonio, Lockhart, TX. Extend your advertising reach with TexSCAN, your Statewide Classified Ad Network.