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Page 4D BUSINESS Hays ree Press • June 2, 2010 Public Notices continued Project Manual, Drawings, and contract documents, as prepared by SHW, Architects will be avail- able, Monday, May 31,2010 until the bid deadline. Above stated documents will be available for review at the CM office free of charge, or in local plan rooms. Contact the Construction Man- ager at,(512) 262-7776 (Buda) or (512) 326 - 4223 for information on project document availability. Historically under-utilized and disadvantaged firms are encour- aged to submit proposals on this Project. Bartlett Cocke, L.R is an equal opportunity (EEO) employer. PN-23313 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ISSUE CERTIFICATES OF OBUGATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the intention of the City Council of the City of Buda, Texas, to issue interest bearing certificates of obligation of the City entitled "City of Buda, Texas Combination Tax and Limited Revenue Certificates of Obliga- tion, Seriee 2010" for the purpose of paying contractual obligations incurred or to be incurred by the City for (1) constructing, improving and extending the City's waste- water treatment facility and the wastewater collection and effluent system, including the City's waste- water treatment plant and (2) the payment of professional services in connection therewith including legal, fiscal and engineering fees and the costs of issuance in con- nection with the certificates. The City Council tentatively proposes to authorize the issuance of such Certificates of Obligation at its regular meeting place at City Hall, 121 Main St, Buda, Texas, 78610, at a special meeting to com- mence at 7:00 p.m. on the 29th day of June, 2010. The maximum amount of Certificates of Obliga- tion that may be authorized for such purpose is $3,800,000. The City Council presently proposes to provide for thepayment of such Certificates of Obligation from the levy of ad valorem taxes and from a limited pledge of the surplus rev- enues derived from the operation of the City's combined waterworks and sewer system, after payment of all operation and maintenance expenses and all debt service, reserve and other requirements in connection with all of the City's revenue bonds or other obliga- tions (now or hereafter outstand- ing) which are payable from all or any part of the revenues of the City's combined waterworks and sewer system, which amount shall not exceed $1,000. CITY OF BUDA, TEXAS PN-23326 INVITATION FOR BIDS Sealed bids addressed to the City of Kyle, will be received until 3:00 p.m. on Thursday the 24th day of June 2010 at the City Hall of the City of Kyle located at 100 West Center Street in Kyle, Texas 78640 at which time they will be fpublicly opened and read aloud, or furnishing all labor, material, tools and equipment and perform- ing all work required for TENORIO ADDITION WASTEWATER SYS- TEM REHABILITATION PHASE ONE consisting of approximately 3,000 linear feet of 8-mch and 10-inch gravity sewer line, 16 concrete manholes and 50 service connections including approxi- mately 2,600 linear feet of 4-inch yard line and various line appur- tenances in an existing residential subdivision. In addition is the replacement of approximately 400 feet of gravity sewer line including 100 feet in 18-inch diameter bored steel casingunder the railroad at Thiele and Front streets. Bids must be submitted on the Bid Form provided, and must be accompanied by a bid security in a penal sum approximately equal to and not less than five percent (5%) of the total amount of the bid. The secudty shall be in the form of a certified check or cashier's check, or bid bond fur- nished by a reliable surety compa- ny having authority under the laws of Texas to write surety bonds in the amount required, with such security made without recourse to the City of Kyle. The envelope containing the bid shall indicate clearly on the front that the bid is for TENORIO ADDITION WASTEWATER SYSTEM REHA- BILITATION PHASE ONE. The final Notice of Award of Contract shall be given to the suc- cessful bidder by the City of Kyle within sixty (60) clays following the opening of bids and no bidder may withdraw his bid within sixty (60) days after opening thereof. The successful Bidder must furnish a performance bond and payment bond on the forms pro- vided, each in the amount of one hundred percent (100%) of the contract amount, from a surety company holding a permit from the State of Texas to act as surety. State statutes including wage and hour provisions and contract regulations must be adhered to as they relate to this project. Contractors will be required to comply with all applicable Equal Employment Opportunity laws and regulations. Copies of the Specifications and Bid Documents are on file and may be examined at the fol- lowing locations: - City Hall, 100 West Center Street, Kyle, Texas 78640. - Neptune-Wilkinson Associates, Inc., 4010 Manchaca Road, Aus- tin, Texas 78704. - F.W. Dodge, 1223 Arion Park- way, Suite 108, San Antonio, Texas 78216. - Builders Exchange, 4047 Naco Perrin, San Antonio, Texas 78217. Bid Documents, Plans and Specifications may be obtained at the office of Neptune-Wilkinson Associates, Inc. located at the address above upon payment of fifty dollars ($50.00). No refunds will be made; The right is reserved, as the interest of the City of Kyle may require, to reject any and all bids and to waive any informalities in bids received. FaN 23340 PUBI, IG NOTICE-INTENT TO DESTROY SPECIAL EDUCATION RECORDS Hays CISD will be destroying Special Education records from the school year 2002-2003. If you have Special Education Records that are to be destroyed and would like a copy, please contact the Special Education office at 512-268-8250. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that original Letters Testamentary for the Estate of Annie Dale Brown- low, Deceased, were issued on May 4, 2010, in Cause No. C-1-PB-10-000284, pending in the County Court at Law of Hays County, Texas, to: William Brownlow. All persons having claims against this Estate which is cur- rently being administered are required to present them to the undersigned within the time and in the manner prescribed by law. Personal Representative William Brownlow 661 Longhorn Loop Kyle, Texas 78640 The Buda Economic Develop- ment Corporation Board of Direc- tors will meet in regular session on Monday, June 7th, 2010 for "discussion and possible action" concerning the construction of a water quality pond to serve com- mercial Lots 2 and 3 along FM 967 adjacent to the Buda Sports- plex. This construction project is a continuation of the water quality improvements begun in 2003. The Buda Economic Devel- opment Corporation will hold a Public Hearing on this project at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on Monday, June 7th, 2010, 6:00 p.m. atthe office of the Buda Area Chamber of Com- merce, 203 Railroad, Suite 1C, Buda, Texas. As required by State law, the Buda Economic Devel- opment Corporation must post public notice of projects and wait sixty (60) days before expending the approved funds. This Public Notice was respect- fully submitted to the Hay Free Press via email on Tuesday, June 1, 2010, by Warren Ketteman, Buda Economic Development Corporation Executive Director. PN-23359 Austin Community College District Service Pla, Hays Consolidated Independent School Dis00 Austin Community College District (ACC) offers approximately 235 associate degrees and o serves as a leader in workforce training, university transfer, and adult access programs. ACC's comprises eight central Texas counties. Complete information on ACC's programs, service al available at Expansion of the Austin Community College District to include the balance of Hays Consol Independent School District (HCISD) would result in the following property tax rate, servio for HCISD residents. As required by Texas Education Code Section 130.065(c), ACC hereb service plan for the territory considering annexation. • A current maintenance and operation tax rate of $0.09 per $100 assessed property valuat o ACC also collects $0.0046 per $100 assessed property valuation for debt service on f I for the 00rict .rtificates and ;ervice area td opportunities is .dated :s, and programs 'publishes this }n cilities bonds o ACC's maximum maintenance and operations tax rate cannot exceed $0.09 without v )ter approval. o Total Tax Rate = $0.0946 o Homestead Exemption = $5,000 o Senior or Disabled Exemption = $105,000 plus $5,000 regular Homestead Exemption = Total: $110,000 Exemption • Eligibility to vote in elections of the ACC governing Board of Trustees. • Full student support services, including advising, admissions and records, academic counsc ling, career counseling, financial aid, and student life. • In-district tuition for all HCISD residents. For 2010-11, in-district ACC tuition is $42 p, .r credit hour. The 2010-11 out-of-district ACC tuition is $150 per credit hour. For example, ACC students from HCISD currently pay $450 in tuition ($498 with fees) for a 3-credit hour course while in-district tudents pay $126 in tuition ($174 with fees) for the same course. • Access to degrees or certificates in more than 235 areas. • Comprehensive and specific workforce training programs in more than 100 workforce edt cation degrees, including specialized business programs (Accounting and Accounting Technician, Compt ter Support, and Office Assistant), Computer Networking & Security, and Child Development Courses...pplied Technologies (e.g., Welding, Automotive Technology, and Building Construction) may be offered in partnership with local school districts. In a later phase, first responder programs (Criminal Justice, Fire Protection, and Emergency Medical Services Professions) may be offered and certain entr r-level health programs may be offered in shared hospital or other facilities. • "Access" programs such as English-as-a-Second Language (ESL), GED, and Adult Basic Education to prepare people for entering college credit programs. • Customized training to assist businesses and organizations in their employee training. • More than 90 entry-level, job-training programs that can be completed in one year or less • ACC Board-approved Master Plan includes building a college campus in HCISD. Public Hearing Notice: HCISD residents may learn more about and provide input to the prgposed ACC Service Plan at a public hearing hosted by the ACC Board of Trustees. q-he date and location  be announced within 30 days. / / Questions about the ACC HCISD Service Plan may be directed to ACC's Governmental ana Community Relations at (512) 223.7889 or visit Advertise in the Hays Free Press classifieds... Only ,';5 1!5 words or less. Just go to I DISH NETWORK $19.99/IMo. Why Pay More for TW • FREE 6-Room DISH Network . Satellite System. :. 120+ DigitaIChannels.(forlyear) . FREE HD-DVR. • Plus $400 Sign-Up BONUS. Call Nowl i 1-866-799-8039 1-866-799-8039 Every child learns at a different pace, but often chil- dren need our help in removing obstacles that prevent them from reaching their potential. The HAYS CISD provides free referral and information services to help children with learning challenges that may inter- fere with their ability to do well in school. These can include difficulties with social interactions, playing, talking, seeing, hearing, behavior and movememt. This ;D service is available to infants, children and youlth begin- ning at birth to age 21. If you are concerned that your child seems to be learning or playing differently from others, please call the Special Education Office of the Hays Consolidated ISD at (512) 268-8250 for rmore information. We are here to help you meet the learning needs of your child. CHILD FIND contact: Shelli Cervenka HOME PHONE SERVICE I st Month FREE a S St rtingat 3.99/,71o $14/mo including appropriate taxes and fees $0 Deposit • NO Credit Check NO Contracts • Everyone Approved! Restrictions May Apply NEWTALK 866.934.3448 Cada nino (a) aprende a un ritmo diferente, pero a medudo los ninos necesitan nue:stra ayuda para quitar obstaculos que les impiden lograr todo su potencial. 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