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'~i~ ~ I J ~' ~" p,. Section D HaysFreePress.com September 16, 2015 Page 1D Iconic venue and restaurant to move to Round Rock BY PAIGE LAMBERT When it didn't fare well, news@haysfreepress.com and it almost had to close, Farr began helping Rot- ter find someone to buy The land was supposed Nutty Brown Caf6.When to be a zoo, then a retail no one would buy it, Farr store, then a restaurant, bought Nutty Brown Caf6 The restaurant would from Rotter in 2002. later become one of Drip- "It was more of a mom ping Springs' most well- and pop store," Farr said. known attractions. "If we had 200 people we Nutty Brown Caf6. The thought we were rich." name brings to mind The business slowly music, family, food. began to grow, attract- But it's going to be a ing local residents and thing of the past, come Austinites. Quickly, Farr 2016, as the management entertained the idea of a makes plans to move the live music venue. cafe to Round Rock, after "I started thinking there the sale of the property, is a lot of good music Years ago, the thriving here," he said. "We should music venue wasn't such attract that here." a sure thing. The land- Farr said he would get lord, Bob Rotter, founded a stack of CDs in the mail Nutty Brown Car6 in 2001. NUTFY BROWN, 4D BY MOSES LEOS III 14 percent. moses@haysfreepress.com Overall, Hays County collected $3.6 million in ............................................... sales taxesr adding to the Two eastern Hays County cities saw gains upward of 30 percent in their sales tax collections in August, surpassing the marks set during the same month in 2014. Uhland saw the larg- est increase of all Hays County cities, jumping 82 percent over the collec- tions they received in August of last year. In August, Ohland collected $19,000. Thus far in 2015, the city has collected just over half a million dollars in sales taxes, which amounts to a year-to-date increase of county's $26.5 million in collections thus far in 2015. Niederwald held the second highest bump in ,sales;,taxes, amassing a ~30 percent increase from last year. Meanwhile. Kyle con- tinues to see tax collec- tions rise, as the city col- lected roughly $485,000 in August. an amount that equates to a 17.3 percent increase over last year. Kyle, which has collected over $4.3 million in sales taxes thus far in 2015. is holding steady with a 22 percent year-to-date increase in sales taxes. But August sales tax collection in Buda took a slight dip, falling two percent from the mark Buda 1.50% set in August 2014. Buda's Dripping August sales tax collec- Springs1.25% tion fell below the roughly $46,6,663 they took in July. ~Kyle 1.50% In western Hays Coun~ Dripping Springs Niederwald 1.00% and Wimbefley continue to see Increases in their San Marcos 1.50% sales tax collections. Dripping Springs collected 17 percent more 0hlnnd 1.50% in sales taxes over August 2014, collecting roughly Wimberley 1.00% $156,418. Meanwhile, Wlmberley Woodcreek 1.00% continues to surge ahead, iN ii !!! i:'i!i!iiiiiii~iii'i!iii"iiiiiiiiiiiii gathering $63,456 in iiii~i~iI August 2015. ~::~:~:~:::~::~:~:~:::~::~::~::~::~:::::~:~::~ $442,126.68 -2.46% $3,906,393.81 +9.43% $156,418.84 +17.33%$1,339,730.23 +18.28% $485,237.39 +29.67%$4,350,711.25 +22.76% $2,676.36 +30.52%$18,932.79+14.25% $2,225,875.26 +3.27% $19,550,575.75 +7.32% $19,061.44+86.22%$597,672.03 +14.42% $63,456.07+14.35%$597,672.03 +t4.42% $3,500.35 U/C $27,682.21-51.11% I Financial Focus by Janet Ross Every year in early July, thousands of people run with the bulls" in Pamplona, Spain. While the event is exciting, it is also hazardous, and many runners have gotten badly injured over the years. As an inves- tor, you may find that running with the herd is dangerous to you, too - because if you're constantly following what everyone else is doing, your own finan- cial goals could end up getting "trampled." The urge to rtm with the herd, or follow the crowd, may have been hard-wired into our psyches, according to anthropologists. In prehistoric times, nm- ning with the pack may have helped people minimize danger or increase their chances for finding food. But to- day, there are far fewer rewards for following a herd mentality- espe- cially in investing. For example, consid- er what happens when the financial markets go through a period of volatility. Virtually every time this hap- pens. many investors flock to gold, appar- ently believing that the shiny yellow metal will always be valuable and that its price will never drop. Yet, the fact is that gold prices, like those of other financial assets, do fluctuate. Further- more, certain types of gold-based investments can be quite risky in their own right. What other "follow FINANCIAL FOCUS, 4D THE STATE OF TEXAS e~e COUNTY OF HAYS Notice of Sale of Real Estate By virtue of an First Order of Sale issued out of the 428th District Court of Hays County, Texas, on a judgment rendered in favor of Silverado Homeowners Association, Inc. against San Juanita Perez in Cause No. 14-1648, I did on the 4TH day of September, 2015 at 9:00 a.m., levy on the following described tract of land in Kyle, Hays County, Texas, as the property of Defendant, San Juanita Perez: Lot 23, Block E Silverado at Plum Creek Section 3B, a subdivision in Hays ~bunWi:~x~s, ~icc'6fcilhg ~6'~h~ map or plat thereof recorded in Book 11, Pages 130-1 of the Plat Records of Hays County, Texas. Locally known as 265 Western Drive, Kyle, Texas 78640. On October 6, 2015, the first Tuesday of the month, between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., at approximately 10:00 a.m., at the main entrance door of the Hays County Government Center located at 712 S. Stagecoach Trail San Marcos, Texas 78666, I will offer for sale and sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, all the right, title, and interest of the Defendant in the property. Dated September 11, 2015. JAMES H. KOHLER Constable Pct. 2 Hays County, Texas By: Is/C. Verastegui, Deputy :ITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF HAYS To all persons interested in the Estate of Rudolfo Perez, Deceased, Cause No. 15-0248-P, in the County Court of Hays County, Texas. The Alleged heir(s) at law in the above-numbered and entitled estate file an APPLICATION FOR INDEPENDENT ADMINISTRATION AD DETERMINATION OF HEIRSHIP FOR INTESTATE DECEDENT in this estate on the 28th day of August, 2015, requesting that the Court determine who are the heirs of Rudolfo Perez, Deceased, and their respective shares and interests in such estate. The Court may act on this application at any call of the docket on or after 10:00 a.m., on the first Monday next after the expiration often (10) days from the date of posting this citation, which will be Monday, the 14th day of September, 2015, at the Hays County Government Center in San Marco s, Texas. All persons interested in this case are cited to appear before this Honorable Court by filing a written contest or answer to this Application should they desire to do so. To ensure its consideration, you or your attorney must file any objection, intervention, or responsein writing with the County Clerk Hays County, Texas on or before the above-noted date and time. Applicant's Attorney: Vincent J Scanio, Jr. 144 E San Antonio San Marcos, Texas 78666 (512) 396-2016 Given under my hand and the seal of said Court at the office of the Hays County Clerk in San Marcos, Texas, on this the 28th day of August, 2015. Liz Q. Gonzalez County Clerk, Hays County, Texas 712 S Stagecoach Trail, Suite 2008 San Marcos, Texas 78666 By IS/Duston Crews, Deputy ir. I I t