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pq jmmww-,u ..... Page 6A NEWS Hays Free Press • October 6, 2010 + andidates for state and county elective offices disclosed their campaign contributions and expenditures for the last three months in a filing due on Monday. The filing covers the period between July 1 and Oct. 4. Contributions of more than $200 are listed here. Information for other races will be published at haysfree- press.com this week and in the print edition over a two- week period. BERT COBB (R) Candidate for County Judge • Starting balance: $1,851 • Total contributions: $19,205 • Total expenditures: $8,875 • In the bank as of Oct. 4:$12,081 • Total debt: $9,000 Michael Davis, Sen Marcos, $200 Lynn and James Edwards, Wimber- ley, $200 Lon Sharver, Newton, $250 Linda and Charles Johnson, Wood- creek, $200 Hays County Republican Party, $200 Miriam and Emmett McCoy, San Marcos, $200 Nelwyn and Jerry Moore, Sen Marcos, $200 Dwight Oglesby, Dripping Springs, $25O Terry Ferguson, Buda, $250 Judy and W.F. Smith, Dripping Springs, $950 Denise Wise, San Marcos, $250 David Jones, Sen Marcos, $500 Lance Lee Ladoux, Sen Marcos, $500 Janace and John Wade, Sen Mar- cos, $250 Jon Lobb, san Marcos, $2,000 Ana Roddguez, Sen Marcos, $500 Paul Watkins, Dripping Springs, $1,000 Maria Hamburger, Driftwood, $250 Gall Banner, Wimberley, $250 Elizabeth Urban, Buda, $250 Gerhardt Schulle, San Marcos, $500 Andrew Jack Tkle, San Marcos, $3O0 Mike Smith, Wimberley, $250 Winton Porterfield, Sen Marcoe, $250 Mara Key, Ddpping Springs, $250 Patricia and James Wood, Kyle, $250 JEFF BARTON (0) Candidate for County Judge • Starting balance: $29,617 • Total contributions: $40,085 • Total expenditures: $22,683 • In the bank as of Oct. 4:$46,319 Cobb Fendly PAC, A-'tin, $500 Uoyd Doggett, Austin, $1,000 Mitch and Betsy Taylor, Houston, $1,00O Scott Polikov, Fort Worth, $1,000 Joe Phillips, McAIlen, $5,000 James Farr, Dripping Springs, $500 Bob Gregory, Austin, Nancy Ledbatter, Pflugerville, $200 John and Hope Senford, Buda, $250 Chuck Nash, San Marcos, $250 CAMPAIGN FINANCE UPDATE County Budget Continued from pg. 1A Jim Powers. "Under Republican leader- ship of the early 2000s, taxes  increased steadily at an av- erage of 4.6 percent a year," Barton said. "One of the ways we've kept the rate low is good management of our parks bond fund and the road bond funds. I've been able to bring projects in my precinct 34 per- cent under budget saving mil- lions of dollars." To lower the rate, the court cut the proposed county bud- get by removing entirely a pay increase for county elected offi- ciais, saving $29,645. They also found savings by converting a proposed two percent cost-of- living raise for staff not covered by collective bargaining to a merit-based option that would begin no sooner than Dec. 1, a move that will save the county another $54,320. The court removed $50,000 from the collective bargaining pool, which provides pay in- creases for certain law enforce- ment officers. Additionally, $230,000 was cut from county- wide contracts, legal services and contingency line items and $95,000 was removed from budgets for road maintenance. In all, the court decreased the proposed budget by about half a million dollars to ensure the property tax rate would remain the same. Once the county auditor's office finalizes changes, the adopted budget will be avail- able in the Auditor's Office and the County Clerk's Office in San Marcos and online at www.co.hays.tx.us. George Richardson, Dripping Springs, $250 Judy Smith, Dripping Springs, $250 Parker Estes, Austin, $250 Tullos Wells, San Antonio, $250 Paw James Marston, Austin, $300 Ric David Braun, Dripping Springs, Scc $500 Thc Michael Dileo, Austin, $500 W Milo Burdette, Austin, $500 Jac Neel White, Austin, $500 $1,( Nikelle Meade, Austin, $500 Mic Pat Price, San Marcos, $500 Bot Patrick Oles Jr., Austin, $500 $2C Paul Bury, Austin, $500 Em= Phillip Schmandt, West Lake Hills, Jan $500 RM Walter Elias, Austin, $500 Hall MNT&S Development, Austin, $600 cha LAN PAC, Houston, $1,000 Lin( Jack Dahlstrom, Buda, $2,000 Am Maghsoud Tahmoressi, Dripping Bill Springs, $200 Tal McAlister, Austin, $200 David Anderson, Austin, $500 Jack Martin, Austin, $1,000 Jane and Mark Stoub, Kyle, $200 Greg Williams, Cedar Park, $200 Brightleaf Partners Ltd., Sen Mar- cos, $250 Carson Select Investments, Sen Marcos, $250 Stephen Clark, Austin, $250 BMcPAC, Austin, $500 Carson Properties, Sen Marcos, $50O Halley and Thomas Ortiz, Man- chaca, $500 Smith Robertson Elliot Glen, Austin, $5OO Gay and Alan Erwin, Austin, $200 Joe Baker, Round Rock, $200 Pat Alan Glen, Austin, $250 $2( George Cunningham, Buda, $250 Gu, Graves Dougherty Hearon Moo, Sai Austin, $250 Kin Jane and Calvin Kirkham, Kyle, Cat $250 Chl Laura Rogers, Austin, $250 | Riclard Wilkison, Austin, $250 Colb Fendly PAC, Austin, $500 HDI ! PAC, Omaha, $500 Mat t Alba, Austin, $500 I Bury, Austin, $500 1o Zamarripa, Austin, $500 tt Dukette, Austin, $500 mas Arndt, Pflugerville, $500 ley Janek, Round Rock, $500 )bs Carter Burgess PAC, Austin, 0 lael Aulick, Driftwood, $200 , and Wynette Barton, Kyle, GARY CUTLER (R) Candidate for Hays County Sheriff • Starting balance: $26,646 • Total contributions: $12,020 • Total expenditures: $10,342 • In the bank as of Oct. 4:$40,889 • Total debt: $1,000 Charles E. Johnson, Woodcreek, $2O0 James N. Edwards, Wimberley, $2OO Bruce Boardman, Driftwood, $320 Gary Cutler, Driftwood, $320 David L. Bandy, Sen Marcos, $1,570 Judy Smith, Dripping Springs, $250 RH Seale Jr., Austin, $500 Gerhardt Schulle Jr., San Marcos, $500 Tory Turner, Uhland, $240 Sandy Meyers, Wimbedey, $250 Matt Carson, Austin, $200 Unda Kinney, Dripping Springs, $5OO Joe McBride, Austin, $475 3 ld AI-Turk, Austin, $250 7 " Hughson, San Marc0s, $250 ............. Schenkkan, Austin, $250 y and Thomas Ortiz, Man- :a, $500 ,barger Goggan Blair Sampson, Un, $500 ]nd Kate Johnson, Kyle, $1,000 TOI MY RATLIFF (D) Ha  County Sheriff • Siarting balance: $2,017 • Ttal contributions: $10,635 • TeCtal expenditures: $5,834 • inlthe bank as of Oct. 4:$6,818 Kerneth and Maria Hamburger, Ddfuood, $200 ?( and Sue Schmidt, Kyle, S.F. Green, Wimberley, $200 Jaes and Joanne Holt, Kyle, $300 Fralak and Nancy Morgan, Buda, $2(0 Jeffrey L. Smith, Austin, $200 Wa ran Family, Sen Marcos, $3,000 Hastings, Dripping Springs, , Mathews, Pflugerville, $300 Lick, Driftwood, $11,000 (In ) )t Ratliff, Kyle, $224 is Avalos, Sen Marcos, $825 austincc.edu/iamacc Ron Whitten, Austin, $675 James K. Skipton IV, Dripping Springs, $200 Bill May, Austin, $400 Graham E. Sutliff, Sen Angelo, $325 Brent McDonald, Austin, $240R Jack E. Carson, Sen Marcos, $300 Isabel Kaminski, Mountain City, $400 Will Conley, Wimberley, $250 Jesse Alba, Austin, $200 START HERE. GET THERE. FORTHE 000 OF LOCAL BUSINESS When you bank with Broadway Bank, you get a bank that's big enough to deliver all the resources you need, yet flexible enough to give you the fast, local decisions you deserve. You get a locally owned bank with a vested interest in seeing your business succeed, because this is our hometoo. A strong business community means a brighter future for us all. Because we're here for good. BROADWAY BANK We're here for good7 512.268.2o2I I 8ฐฐ'531'765ฐ I broadwaybank.com 38 NEIGHBORHOOD BANKING CENTERS i MemberFDIC 4 pq jmmww-,u ..... Page 6A NEWS Hays Free Press • October 6, 2010 + andidates for state and county elective offices disclosed their campaign contributions and expenditures for the last three months in a filing due on Monday. The filing covers the period between July 1 and Oct. 4. Contributions of more than $200 are listed here. Information for other races will be published at haysfree- press.com this week and in the print edition over a two- week period. BERT COBB (R) Candidate for County Judge • Starting balance: $1,851 • Total contributions: $19,205 • Total expenditures: $8,875 • In the bank as of Oct. 4:$12,081 • Total debt: $9,000 Michael Davis, Sen Marcos, $200 Lynn and James Edwards, Wimber- ley, $200 Lon Sharver, Newton, $250 Linda and Charles Johnson, Wood- creek, $200 Hays County Republican Party, $200 Miriam and Emmett McCoy, San Marcos, $200 Nelwyn and Jerry Moore, Sen Marcos, $200 Dwight Oglesby, Dripping Springs, $25O Terry Ferguson, Buda, $250 Judy and W.F. Smith, Dripping Springs, $950 Denise Wise, San Marcos, $250 David Jones, Sen Marcos, $500 Lance Lee Ladoux, Sen Marcos, $500 Janace and John Wade, Sen Mar- cos, $250 Jon Lobb, san Marcos, $2,000 Ana Roddguez, Sen Marcos, $500 Paul Watkins, Dripping Springs, $1,000 Maria Hamburger, Driftwood, $250 Gall Banner, Wimberley, $250 Elizabeth Urban, Buda, $250 Gerhardt Schulle, San Marcos, $500 Andrew Jack Tkle, San Marcos, $3O0 Mike Smith, Wimberley, $250 Winton Porterfield, Sen Marcoe, $250 Mara Key, Ddpping Springs, $250 Patricia and James Wood, Kyle, $250 JEFF BARTON (0) Candidate for County Judge • Starting balance: $29,617 • Total contributions: $40,085 • Total expenditures: $22,683 • In the bank as of Oct. 4:$46,319 Cobb Fendly PAC, A-'tin, $500 Uoyd Doggett, Austin, $1,000 Mitch and Betsy Taylor, Houston, $1,00O Scott Polikov, Fort Worth, $1,000 Joe Phillips, McAIlen, $5,000 James Farr, Dripping Springs, $500 Bob Gregory, Austin, Nancy Ledbatter, Pflugerville, $200 John and Hope Senford, Buda, $250 Chuck Nash, San Marcos, $250 CAMPAIGN FINANCE UPDATE County Budget Continued from pg. 1A Jim Powers. "Under Republican leader- ship of the early 2000s, taxes  increased steadily at an av- erage of 4.6 percent a year," Barton said. "One of the ways we've kept the rate low is good management of our parks bond fund and the road bond funds. I've been able to bring projects in my precinct 34 per- cent under budget saving mil- lions of dollars." To lower the rate, the court cut the proposed county bud- get by removing entirely a pay increase for county elected offi- ciais, saving $29,645. They also found savings by converting a proposed two percent cost-of- living raise for staff not covered by collective bargaining to a merit-based option that would begin no sooner than Dec. 1, a move that will save the county another $54,320. The court removed $50,000 from the collective bargaining pool, which provides pay in- creases for certain law enforce- ment officers. Additionally, $230,000 was cut from county- wide contracts, legal services and contingency line items and $95,000 was removed from budgets for road maintenance. In all, the court decreased the proposed budget by about half a million dollars to ensure the property tax rate would remain the same. Once the county auditor's office finalizes changes, the adopted budget will be avail- able in the Auditor's Office and the County Clerk's Office in San Marcos and online at www.co.hays.tx.us. George Richardson, Dripping Springs, $250 Judy Smith, Dripping Springs, $250 Parker Estes, Austin, $250 Tullos Wells, San Antonio, $250 Paw James Marston, Austin, $300 Ric David Braun, Dripping Springs, Scc $500 Thc Michael Dileo, Austin, $500 W Milo Burdette, Austin, $500 Jac Neel White, Austin, $500 $1,( Nikelle Meade, Austin, $500 Mic Pat Price, San Marcos, $500 Bot Patrick Oles Jr., Austin, $500 $2C Paul Bury, Austin, $500 Em= Phillip Schmandt, West Lake Hills, Jan $500 RM Walter Elias, Austin, $500 Hall MNT&S Development, Austin, $600 cha LAN PAC, Houston, $1,000 Lin( Jack Dahlstrom, Buda, $2,000 Am Maghsoud Tahmoressi, Dripping Bill Springs, $200 Tal McAlister, Austin, $200 David Anderson, Austin, $500 Jack Martin, Austin, $1,000 Jane and Mark Stoub, Kyle, $200 Greg Williams, Cedar Park, $200 Brightleaf Partners Ltd., Sen Mar- cos, $250 Carson Select Investments, Sen Marcos, $250 Stephen Clark, Austin, $250 BMcPAC, Austin, $500 Carson Properties, Sen Marcos, $50O Halley and Thomas Ortiz, Man- chaca, $500 Smith Robertson Elliot Glen, Austin, $5OO Gay and Alan Erwin, Austin, $200 Joe Baker, Round Rock, $200 Pat Alan Glen, Austin, $250 $2( George Cunningham, Buda, $250 Gu, Graves Dougherty Hearon Moo, Sai Austin, $250 Kin Jane and Calvin Kirkham, Kyle, Cat $250 Chl Laura Rogers, Austin, $250 | Riclard Wilkison, Austin, $250 Colb Fendly PAC, Austin, $500 HDI ! PAC, Omaha, $500 Mat t Alba, Austin, $500 I Bury, Austin, $500 1o Zamarripa, Austin, $500 tt Dukette, Austin, $500 mas Arndt, Pflugerville, $500 ley Janek, Round Rock, $500 )bs Carter Burgess PAC, Austin, 0 lael Aulick, Driftwood, $200 , and Wynette Barton, Kyle, GARY CUTLER (R) Candidate for Hays County Sheriff • Starting balance: $26,646 • Total contributions: $12,020 • Total expenditures: $10,342 • In the bank as of Oct. 4:$40,889 • Total debt: $1,000 Charles E. Johnson, Woodcreek, $2O0 James N. Edwards, Wimberley, $2OO Bruce Boardman, Driftwood, $320 Gary Cutler, Driftwood, $320 David L. Bandy, Sen Marcos, $1,570 Judy Smith, Dripping Springs, $250 RH Seale Jr., Austin, $500 Gerhardt Schulle Jr., San Marcos, $500 Tory Turner, Uhland, $240 Sandy Meyers, Wimbedey, $250 Matt Carson, Austin, $200 Unda Kinney, Dripping Springs, $5OO Joe McBride, Austin, $475 3 ld AI-Turk, Austin, $250 7 " Hughson, San Marc0s, $250 ............. Schenkkan, Austin, $250 y and Thomas Ortiz, Man- :a, $500 ,barger Goggan Blair Sampson, Un, $500 ]nd Kate Johnson, Kyle, $1,000 TOI MY RATLIFF (D) Ha  County Sheriff • Siarting balance: $2,017 • Ttal contributions: $10,635 • TeCtal expenditures: $5,834 • inlthe bank as of Oct. 4:$6,818 Kerneth and Maria Hamburger, Ddfuood, $200 ?( and Sue Schmidt, Kyle, S.F. Green, Wimberley, $200 Jaes and Joanne Holt, Kyle, $300 Fralak and Nancy Morgan, Buda, $2(0 Jeffrey L. Smith, Austin, $200 Wa ran Family, Sen Marcos, $3,000 Hastings, Dripping Springs, , Mathews, Pflugerville, $300 Lick, Driftwood, $11,000 (In ) )t Ratliff, Kyle, $224 is Avalos, Sen Marcos, $825 austincc.edu/iamacc Ron Whitten, Austin, $675 James K. Skipton IV, Dripping Springs, $200 Bill May, Austin, $400 Graham E. Sutliff, Sen Angelo, $325 Brent McDonald, Austin, $240R Jack E. Carson, Sen Marcos, $300 Isabel Kaminski, Mountain City, $400 Will Conley, Wimberley, $250 Jesse Alba, Austin, $200 START HERE. GET THERE. FORTHE 000 OF LOCAL BUSINESS When you bank with Broadway Bank, you get a bank that's big enough to deliver all the resources you need, yet flexible enough to give you the fast, local decisions you deserve. You get a locally owned bank with a vested interest in seeing your business succeed, because this is our hometoo. A strong business community means a brighter future for us all. Because we're here for good. BROADWAY BANK We're here for good7 512.268.2o2I I 8ฐฐ'531'765ฐ I broadwaybank.com 38 NEIGHBORHOOD BANKING CENTERS i MemberFDIC 4 Page 6A NIAV$ Hays Free Press • October 6, 2010 CA MPAIGN FINANCE UPDATE andidates for state " and county elective offices disclosed their campaign contributions and expenditures for the last three months in a filing due on Monday The filing covers the period between Idly 1 and Oct. 4. Contributions of more than $200 a fisted here. Information for other races will be published at haysfree- press.corn this week and in the print edition over a two- week period. BERT COBB (R) CandlBate for Coury Judge • Starting balance: $1.851 • Total cored butions: $19,205 • Tot expendriures: $8,875 • In the bank as of Oct. 4: $I 2,081 • Total debt: $2,050 Micha Oas, San Marco& $250 Lynn and James Edwards, Wimber- y, $200 Lon Sbarver. Newton. $25O Unda and Chabas Johnson. Wood- creek, $200 Hays County Republican Party, $250 Miriam and Emmett McCoy, San Marcus, $200 Nelwm and Jerry Moom, San Memos, $200 Dwight Oglesby, Ddpping Springs, $25O Teny Ferguson, BuOa, $250 Judy and W.E Smith, Dripping Stsings, $950 Denise wse, San Marc, $25O Daad Jones, San Marces, $50O Lance Lee Ladoux. San MarCus. $350 Janace and John Wade, Sen Mar- cos, $250 Jon Lob& Sen Memos, $2,000 Ann Roddguez. Son M, $500 Paut Waft(ins, Dripping Spdngs, $1,500 Mafia Hambue, Driftwood, $25O Gbll Banner, Wqmbedey, $25O Elizabeth Urban, Buba, $25O Gerhardt Sbau, San Marcus, $500 Anckew Jack Tcide, Ban Martxm, $3OO Mike Smith, Vmbetiey, $250 Winttm , San Marcus, $25o Mare Key, Dripping Spdngs, $250 Patriola and James Wood, Kyle, $25O JEFF BARTON (g) Candi(le for Coumy Judge * S'ring btance: $29,617 • Tcข contdbuons: $40,505 . Tots] eoenditums: $22,683 . In tba trunk as of Obt. 4:$46,319 Cobb Fendly PAC, Austin, $35O Lloyd Ooggett, Aun, $1,500 MFeh and Betsy Teylor, I-Ioston, $1,50O Scott PHikov, FoR Worth. $1,5O0 Joe Phillips, McAlk, $5,C00 Jame Fan;, Ddpping Springs, $500 Bab Grego, Autin, $850 Nancy LadBaaeri Pflugelle, $200 adhn and Hope Sanford, Buba, $25O ChUCk Nash, San Marcus, $25O County Budget Continued from pg, 1A Jim Powers. "Under Republican leader- ship of the early 2000s, taxes increased steadily at art av- erage of 4.6 percent a year," Barton said. "One of the ways we've kept the rate low is good mana ement of our arks bond d and the road ond funds. I've been able to bring projects in my precinct M per- cent under budget saving mil- lions of dollars." To lower the rate, the court cut the proposed county bud- get by removing entirely a pay increase for cotmty elected offi- cials, saving $29,645. They also found savings by converting a proposed two percent cost-of- living raise for staffnot covered by collective bargaining to a merit-based option that would begin no sooner than Dec. L a move that will save the county another $54,320. The court removed $50,000 from the coBective bargaining pool, which provides pay in- creases for certain law enforce- ment officers. Additionally, $230,000 was cut #om county- wide contracts, legal services and contingency line items and $95,000 was removed from budgets for road maintenance. In all, the court decreased the proposed budget by about half a minion dollars to ensure the property tax rate would remain the same. Once the county auditor's office finalizes changes, the adopted budget will be avail- able in the Auditor's Office mid the County Clerk's Office in San Marcus and online at + www.eo.hays.tx.us. George R2haen, Dripping Rill Spdngs, $250 Cok Judy Smriri, Ddpping Springs, $25O HDI Parer Estes, Austin, $25O Maz Tulles Wells, San Antonio. $25O Pau Jam Marstc, Austin. $300 Ric4 David Braun, Dripping Spdng& Scc $500 The Michael Dileo, Austin. $5OO We Mile Surdette, Aun, $500 Jac Neel Whrie. Ausn, $5OO $1 ,( Nikelle Meade, Austin, $,500 Mid Pat PPPe, Sen Marccs, $5O0 $ Patsck Ole Jr., Ausn, $5OO Paul Bury, Austin, $500 En Phillip SchmandL  Lake Hills, Jan $500 IM Walter Bias, AuStin, $350 Hail MNT&S Development, Austin, $600 cha LAN PAC, Houston. $1,050 Un( Jack Dahlsttom, Buda, $2,OO0 Au Maghnd Tah moressi, Dripping Bill Springs, $2OO Tal McAlister, ALtin, $200 T01 David Anderson, Austin, $500 Ha] Jack Marn, AusUn. $1.500 Jane and Mark Stopp, Kyle, $250 , Greg lltsms Cedar Park, $2O0 • Tc BdghUeaf PaWners Ltd., San Mar- * TC cos, $250 • In Carson Select Investments, San Marcus, $250 5"tpph Clark, Austin. $250 BMCPAC, Austin, $500 Bet Carson Prppertms, San Marces, $1C $5OO S,R Halley and Themes Ottiz, Man- j cbac& $500 Fr Smith Robaetson Elliot Gidn. Austin, $2( $5OO Gait and Alan B'win, Ausdn, $25O Jeff Wa Joe Baker, Round Rock, $200 Alan Glq, Aumin, $250 George Cunningbam, Buba, $25O G G Dougheay Hoaton Moo, Sa Austin, $250 Kin Jane and Cblidn rkbam, Kyle, Se $250 Cbl Laura Rogers, Ausn, $25O ad Wlktson, Auslt n, $250 GARY CUTLER (R) Bruce Boardman. , $320 Run Whriten, Austin, $875  Fendly PAC, Astin, $550 C..dkl for Hry$ County 8tlm'lff Gary Curler, Driftwood, $32O James K. Skipt 1'4, Dripping PAC, Omal, $.500 Dav L Bandy, San Marcce. $1,570 Springs, $250 : Alba, Austin, $550 • Btsfling balanos: $36,646 Judy 8mffh, Dlipping Spdng $250 Bill May, Aun, $400 Bury, AusUn, $5OO ฐ Tot corributidns: $12.02O RH Sere Jr., Austin, $5OO Graham E. Suiff, Sen Ange, $325 "do Zamardpp, Austin, $350 * Total expenclriureE $10,342 Oerkefdt Schulle J. San Marcos Brent McDonald, Austin, $240R t Oukette. Austin, $5g0 • In the bank  of Oct. 4:$40,850 $500 Jmck E. n. Ban Marcus, $350 nes Amdb Pit ngewilid, $.500 ฐ Tbtbl debt: $1 ,(300 Tory T, Uhland. $24O Imbel Karninski, Mountain Cdy, ey Janek, Round Rock. $350 Bandy Meyer& Wtmbedey, $250 $4(;O ba C$*ter Burgess PAC, Austin, Charles E. John. X&ndcreek, Matt Car sot1, Aesdn, $250 Will Conidg Wire badey, $250 )0 $2OO Unda nney, Dripping Spnngs, Jesse tuba, Ausan, $2OO lel Aulick, Driuood, $250 J N. Edwards, Wimbadoy, $500 and Wynette Barton, Kyle, $200 Joe McBride, Austin, $475 d Al*Tuht, Austin, $250 .............................. , Hugbson, San Marco& $25O Sehankkebl Austin, $250 " and ]lomas Ohtz, Man- a, $550 ,ngn Bidlt mpoen, I Kate Johnson, KAe, $1,500 IMY RATLIFF (D)  County Sef ing batance: $2,017 al cobtdburions: $10,635 al expeoRffures: $3,834 :he b,k as of Oct. 4:$8,818 leth and Mada Harnburg ta3oR, $250 and Sue Schmidt, K54e, me, Wimitey, $200 and Joanne Holt. Kyle, $3430 k and Nancy Morgan, Bud& ) By L Smrih, Austin. $2OO n Family, San Marcus. $3.000 Hasng, Dripping Springs, ) Math, Ptlngevilid, $300 ) U ...... $ .... (In -(ACC ' Ralt . Kyle. $324 Avalo, San Marcc& $325 austincc.edu/iamacc ........ ++ +.. k i' d gOF LOCAL BUSINE.SS When you bank with Broadway Bank, you get a bank that's big enough to deliver all the resources you need, yet flexible enough to give you the fast, local decisions you daserve. You get a locally owned bank with a vested interest in seeing your business succeed, because this is our home too. A strong business community means a brighter future for us all. Because we're here for good. BROADWAY BANK We're here for goody 12 268"2ฐ21 I 8ฐฐ-.76ฐ I broad.aybancom ]8 NEIGHBOKHOOD BANKING CENTERS i M)mkerFOlC + SmallTownPapersฎ