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Page 4D BUSINESS Hays Free Press June 12, 2013 + + Public Notices continued a new ~arah Slayton, a techni- (~ian at Kyle Vision Source, performs a corneal topography on a patient to determine if he has astigmatism. The eye care office opened in Kyle in May. COURTESY PHOTO ,Gas Rates Up: Kyle customers looking at increase Continued from pg. 1D i~triff, under the auspices of GRIP, would allow the company to recover some costs. According to city documents, ~ere are 343 TGS residential Customers in Kyle who will see ~eir average monthly bill in- crease by $1.29; meanwhile the 23 commercial customers see an average monthly price hike of $4.82. Last year, TGS residential customers saw an increase of $1.21 in their average monthly bills; and in 2011, the customers experienced a $1.12 price jump. The 2013 rate increased ap- proved by council ~ take ef- fect retroactively on the pro- posed effective date of May 27, according to the city ordinance. TGS first asked for the rate increase on Feb. 11, but at their March 5 meeting, council mem- bers suspended the interim rate jump while the city of Austin re- viewed the request for compli- ance with state law. Kyle is grouped into a service area that includes a second Hays County city - Dripping Springs Based on Austin's review of - as well as Austin, SunsetValley, the requested rate increase, the Rolling Wood, Westlake Hills, infrastructure improvement Lakewayand Cedar Park. projects were all found to be The GRIP allows a munici- in compliance and the rate in- pality to suspend the proposed crease calculations were found rate 45 days for review, to be accurate. CITY OF NIEDERWALD - NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS ON PROPOSED ANNEXATION: The City of Niederwald, Texas, proposes to institute annexation proceedings to enlarge and extend the boundary limits of said City to include the following described territory: Tract A - 0.082 acre (3,583 square feet) of land, more or less, being a one foot wide tract of land : situated in the Christopher Walter Survey, Abstract No. 495 and the International and Great Northern Railroad Company Survey, Abstract No. 577, Hays County, Texas. Tract B - 0.656 acre (28,554 square feet) of land, more or less, being a one foot wide tract of land sit- uated in the Armand Welch Survey, Abstract No. 494, the International and Great Northern Railroad Company Survey, Abstract No. 577, the James W. Hall Survey, Abstract No. 227, and the Samuel Little Survey, Abstract No. 286, Hays County, Texas. Two separate public hearings before the City Council of the City of Niederwald shall occur: the first hearing shall be held on the 24th day of June, 2013, at 7:00 o'clock p.m., in the City Council Chambers of the City of Niederwald, Texas, and the second hearing shall be held on the 1st day of July, 2013, at 7:00 o'clock p.m., in the City Council Chambers of the City of Niederwald, Texas for all persons interested in the above proposed annexation. City Council Chambers are located at 13851 Camino Real, Niederwald, Texas 78640. At said time and place all such persons shall have the right to appear and be heard. Of all said matters and things, all persons interested in the things and matters herein mentioned will take notice. For Information contact Richard Crandal, City Administrator at (512) 398-6338. Advertise your bu ness : (Regional ads also available):: : : i + +