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Page 4D Hays Free Press June 21,2017 4- Public Notices REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Disadvantaged, HUB, 130 Hall Professional ( Bartlett Cocke General HUBZone, 8(a), Minority,Center purchasing). Bid responses and all similar firms are Kyle, TX 78640 must be into the HCISD Contractors, Construction Manager-at-Risk, for the encouraged to submit DATED the 19th day of Purchasing website by the proposals on this project. June 2017 date and time indicated Hays CISD - Simon MS Bartlett Cocke General John Hall above. Late bids will be Renovations, is requesting Competitive Proposals Contractors is an equal Attorney for Robert Genereturned unopened. The from subcontractors and opportunity (EEO) employer. Housman, St. HCISD Board of Trustees suppliers. Subcontractor State Bar No.: 08759880 reserves the right to reject and Supplier Proposals NOTICE TO CREDITORS 130 Hall Professional any and/or all bids and waive Center all formalities in the bid will be received via FAX to Notice is hereby given that Kyle, TX 78640 process (512) 326-4339 or email to original Letters Testamentary Telephone: (512) 268-6425 for the Estate of Karen Anne Facsimile: (512) 268-5404 CITY OF NIEDERWALD no later than 2:00 PM on Housman, Deceased, were E-Mail: johnhall@lawyer. June 29, 2017. issued on May 17, 2017, On July 10, 2017, at 7:25 com Any proposals received in Cause No. 17-0116-P, p.m. in the City Council after this time will not be pending in the County Court Chambers of the City of accepted, at Law No. ONE, Hays REQUEST FOR BIDS Niederwald, Texas, located Proposal Documents may County, Texas, to: Robert Hays CISD is Requesting at 8807 Niederwald Strasse be obtained from Bartlett Gene Housman, Sr. Bids for Bid #18-061704SC Road, Niederwald, Texas, Cocke or view at local and All persons having claims Portable Building Relocation. the City Council will hold online planrooms. Contact against this Estate which is Bids will be accepted until public hearings giving all Stefan Doerr at sdoerr@ currently being administered date at 2:00 p.m. local time. interested persons the right or are required to present them Specifications are available to appear and be heard on Wright Wood at wwood@ to the undersigned within in the HCISD Purchasing proposed zoning changes or call the time and in the manner Office (512-268-2141 extfrom agricultural to SF-1 of either at(512) 326-4223 to prescribed by law. 46035) between the hoursapproximately 91.88 acres make arrangements, c/0: John Hall of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., with a variance for lot size Small, Woman Owned, Attorney at Law Monday through Thursday.on 13 existing lots, by the City of Niederwald, Texas, as petitioned by the property owner, Alan Shields, said property being located at FM 2001 and Rocky Road. If you have any questions regarding this annexation, contact Niederwald City Hall at 512-398-6338. Regards Richard L. Crandal, Jr. City Administrator City of Niederwald CITY OF NIEDERWALD On July 10, 2017, at 7:15 p.m. in the City Council Chambers of the City of Niederwald, Texas, located at 8807 Niederwald Strasse Road, Niederwald, Texas, the City Council will hold public hearings giving all interested persons the right to appear and be heard on proposed Ranchitos of Niederwald subdivision consisting of 3.653 acres, with variances by the City of Niederwald, Texas, as petitioned by the property owner, Rogiero Saul Martinez, said property being located south of the intersection of Williamson Road and Satterwhite Drive. The variances, requested include three lots with widths of approximately 115 feet. If you have any questions regarding this annexation, contact Niederwald City Hall at 512-398-6338. NOTICE TO SUBDIVIDE Notice is hereby given that an application has been filed with Hays County Development Department to subdivide 3.65 acres located at Williamson Road, Niederwald, Texas, 78640, to be known as Ranchitos of Niederwald. Information regarding the application may be obtained from Hays County Development Services (512) 393-2150. Tracking Number: SUB-789 Financial Focus: Don't let portfolio take a vacation Continued from pg. 1 D go "unsupervised." Your but due to strong gains, and make adjustments investment portfolio can your stocks now make as needed. be subject to "drift" if left up 80% of your portfolio. Don't stop at the near- alone for extended time This development couldest "resting place." Some periods. In fact, without lead to a risk level that people hope that if they your making any moves feels uncomfortably high can get that one "win- at all, your portfolio can to you. That's why youher," they will triumph move in directions that should review your port- in the investment arena. may not be favorable to folio at least once a year, But the ability to "get you. Suppose you thinkpossibly with the help of rich quick" is much more your holdings should be a financial professional, of a myth than a reality. made up of 70% stocks,to check your progressTrue investment success typically requires pa- tience, persistence and the resilience to contin- ue investing even during market downturns. In other words, invest- ing is a long-term en- deavor, and you need a portfolio that reflects this reality. The invest- ment moves you make today may pay offfor you decades from now. You need to establish your goals and keep them constantly in mind as you invest. And you will never really reach the end of your invest- ment journey, because you'll need to make choices and manage your portfolio through- out your retirement years. Hopefully, you will en- joy a pleasant vacation sometime this summer. But your investment portfolio shouldn't take time off. This article was writ- ten by Edward]ones for use by your local Edward ]ones Financial Advisor. State of the City: Rapid growth in Buda Continued from pg. 1 D big projects are on the finishing projects under tion will open by October horizon, including a pro- the 2014 bond. or November of this year. posed wastewater treat- Buda's new city hall, "Our staff takes to ment plant expansion in located along north Main heart that we want to the near future. Street, is projected to keep our small town In addition, the city open in late Spring 2018. feel and we want to be a continues to progress on The city's new police sta- beautiful city," Ruge said. Buda Parks: $92K operation estimate Continued from pg. 1D tenance workers. Wells projected a 1.75 full-time employee requirement for Buda park improve- ments. Wells said parks staff- ing is handled differently in a larger city like New Braunfels. The current staffing requirements for parks operation is an estimate and may lean toward the conservative side, Wells said. According to the agenda report, both Green Meadows and the Garlic Creek trails are According to the agenda report, both Green Meadows and the Garlic Creek trails are expected to be complete and operational in fiscal year 2017-2018. expected to be completeDuring the presenta- and operational in fiscal tion to council members, year (FY) 2017-18. Wells said Buda would City Park will be in experience the financial construction during FY impact of the O&M costs 2017-18 and is sched- for City Park improve- uled for completion in ments for nine months of December 2018. the FY 2018 budget. i F il II