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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2005 BURNEr Btaa&'nN PACE 3A By Michael J. Quist Director -Boys & Girls Club of Burnet As I researched the answers for the application, I found myself asking why I was even putting in the I have recently complet- time to complete the appli- ed a rather lengthy applica- cation. tion nominating the City of Then I would begin sign- Burner as one of America's ing kids from the Boys & Best 100 Cities for Youth. Girls Club up for swim- The honor will be bestowed ming, or I would get a on the chosen cities this fall group ready to go to the through the America's new skate park, and I Promise Alliance. The would be reminded why I process was very long andwas going through the difficult, much more time- process. consuming than most I have been impressed in grants I have written in the the 10 months I have past, and there is no money worked in Burnet about the attached, city's commitment to youth. The skate park is a wonder- facility, including the pool. ful gift for our youth, and Again, mainly at the city's not a day goes by when expense, our youth have a dozens of youth from the place and an opportunity community go to skate to be safe and have fun. boarding or roller-blading. Why was I working hard And while there are period- to have Burnet nominated ically problems at the park, as one of America's Best? most of the youth are very Because city leadership respectful of the facility is working hard to make and follow the rules, this a great place to have They are there to have children and youth, to be a fun skating, being with parent, to have a family. friends, doing tricks, and Next time you see the just hanging out. In addi- mayor, city council mem- tion, youth can spend a bers, and employees of the day at Galloway- city, tell them thank you Hammond for just $3, giv-for making this a great ing them access to the place for youth! ContinuedfromPage 1A 52i was arrested by MFPD by DPS for Theft of moe Aggravated Assault On July 20 for Criminal than $500::buL less than Threat w/ Firearm and Mischief'of more than $50 $1,500 of Stolen PropertyTheft of more than $1,500 but less than $500; * Wheeler, David Brian, but less than $20,000 released on $1,500 :surety B 24, was arrested July 24 by Cordell, Keith Smith, John Wade, 42, BCSO on Hindering Nathaniel, 43, was arrest- of Granite Shoals, was Apprehension/Prosecution ed July 26 by BCSO for arrested by BCSO -for of, Possession of Drug Theft of more than $500 Public Intoxication and Paraphernalia but less than $1,500 by releas'ed 'on $500 surety B n Aguilar, Eduardo check, Theft of Stolen Brinkley, Curtis Tiburcio, 18, was arrested Property by Check of more Frank,: 46, was arrested by by GSPD on July 24 on than $20 but less than MFPD on July 22 for Motion to Adjudicate Guilt; $500, Issuance of a Bad Cruelty to Animals released July 26 on $500 Check (Paragraphs 2,3,4,9, and Cash Bond Baldwin, Shar 10) and released on $2,000 Boyd, Tonja Ann, 37, Danielle, 19, was arrested surety B was arrested July 24 by July 26 by BCSO for Theft * Jowers, Jason BCSO for Possession of of Stolen Property by Lawrence, 27, of Drug paraphernalia Check of more than $20 Kingsland, was arrested by Hernandez, Nora, 30, BCSO on July 22 for Theftwas arrested on July 24 by of less than $50; releasedon MFPD for Failure to July 23 on $500 surety B Maintain Financial Pearson, Dawn M, 35, Responsibility of Marble Falls, was arrest- Hernandez, Michael ed on July 22 by MFPD for Arce, 25, was arrested by Theft of more than $20 butBCSO on July 24 for Public less ,than $500 by check Intoxication and i released on $1,000 Valdez, Adelaido 'suretyB Adame, 38, was arrested n Murphy, Robert Jr 50, by MFPD on July 24 for of San Antonio, was arrest- Speeding (Exceeding prima ed by BCSO on July 22 on Weekend Commitment Order; released July 24 Be!l, Pamela Sue, 46, was arrested by MFPD on,and Failure to Stop (stop- but lessthan $500, con- victed paid fine theft, con- victed paid fine failure to ID Brezik, Brent Allen, 29, was arrested on July 26 by MFPD for Motion to Revoke Parole on Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by Felon Robles, Ruben Ray, 45, was arrested on July 26 by BTPD for Evading facie limit), Failure to Arrest/Detention, Failure Maintain Finanacial to Identify Giving Responsibility, No Driver's False/Fictitious Info, license (when unlicensed), Possession of Marijuana and Bond Forfeiture Loron, 19, was arrested July 27 by BCSO for Burglary of a Building Gregory, Elise Danielle,31, of San Antonio, was arrested July 27 by BCSO for Issuance of a Bad Check, Credit Card or Debit Card Abuse; released July 27 on $2,500 personal recog- nizance Kelley, Richard Adam, 26, was arrested by MFPD for Possession of Alcohol in Vehicle, Failure to Appear, and Assault by Contact Family Violence t Cook, Jamie C 24, of Columbus, OH, was arrested July 27 for Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility, Display Altered Ficticious Registration, and Violate Promise to Appear and was released on $1,500 surety bond Herman, James Wesly Jr 23, of Granite Shoals was arrested July 27 for Possession of More than 4 Grams but less than 200 Grams of a Controlled Substance, Penalty Group 2 and was released on $5,000 surety bond July :23 .for Assault and sign intersection) Escamilla, Brittani Rodriguez, Jesus relea 50 Eddie -Sheba; 2' ,-of,BertrTam,-was Marmel; 43, was arrested V/ckdrs,'gTKevTn h 'r' i," arreste ( li este 0fl ttl3 ! 2 ,C y July Z7 y : CS0 on a 47, Odd fl,@ s dl ted by-15080 ht 3y 25 fdr aB alfo SV Hix [ ll tg ;'t0 Revoke ": by BPD on July 23, for Driving while Intoxicated A p p r e Probation on Driving Deadly Conduct and released on $1,000 surety B Osburn, Zachery Robert, 25, was arrested by GSPD on July 23 by GSPD for Evadiang Arrest/Detention w/ : Vehicle n Untermeyer, Jimmy Joe, ::51, of Burnet, was arrested July 23 by BCSO for Theft of Stolen Property by Check; released July 24 on $2,500 surety B Garcia, Thomas Henry, 31, of Leander, was arrest- ed on July 24 by BCSO for Public Intoxication and released on $500 surety Bond Gobert, Ronald Dwayne, 29, of Marble Falls, was arrested :by MFPD on July 24 for Public Intoxication, Resisting Arrest Search or Transport, and Assault Causing Bodily Injury and Family Violence . Gonzales, Freddie Antonio, 41, was arrested July 24 by MFPD for Public Intoxication Almague, Ruben Jr 39, was arrestedon July 24 Watson, Rebecca Lynn, hension/Prosecution, 50, was arrested July 25,Possession of Less Than 2 by BCSO for Public ounces of Marijuana; Intoxication released July 27 on $2,000 Steadman, Myron personal recognizance Thomas, 52, was arrested Escamilla, Rachel by BPD on July' 25 for Rojas, 42, of Bertram, was Theft of more than $20 but arrested on July 26 by less than $500 by check BTPD for Assault Causing Mercer, Buddy Joe, 47, Bodily Injury, . Family was arrested by BCSO on Violence and Possession of July 25, for Public Marijuana; released July Intoxication 27 on $2,000 personal rec- Escobar, Rosenda ognizance Saldana, 22,was arrested Morrell, Marilyn July 26 by DPS for DrivingDeane, 38, was arrested While Intoxicated, INS July 26 by BCSO on Detainer Commitment Order, Maldonado, Tom, 32, Possession of less than 1 was arrested July 26 by gram of a Controlled BCSO on a Motion to Substance Revoke Probation on n Dunagan, Steven While Intoxicated Stanley, Jimmy Darrell, 38, of Rio Vista, Texas, was arrested July 27 by BCSO on an Occupational License Violation and released on $1,000 surety bond Milson, Wesley Ray, 24, was arrested July 15, by BCSO for Displaying Expired License Plates and No Valid Insurance Certificate,Expired Drivers License, Possession of Narcotic Paraphernalia, Failure to Appear and Bond Forfeiture, No Proof of Liability Insurance; released July 26 for total of $8,500 in surety bond. Bemuse ldds akcays wanted one. $835 pm insta, on" ~ Midwest~ Largest Above Ground Pool.Company - 19' x31' oulside ~ 15' x24' swim area ~ Up to 6 months deferred payments. Call 800-451-9978 for your free backyard survey. ~'J~uw ,w~e wm ~,m~m~ ~o ototwG ~,dzkv~ ~ ow~ts o~y m~ ~ ct~lz. Marble Falls Ex Square - Burner or Sat Aug. Students Homecoming 27, 2005 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. at Saturday, September 10, Bertram Public Library. 2005, at Marble Falls High Cost will be: $30 per child School Cafeteria, from 10 for the first two children, $25 a.m. to 3 p.m. Catered noon for the third child, and $20 meal, $10 per person, for the fourth child and Contact Madolyn Frasier, more. This includes insur- Box 91, Marble Falls, 78654. ance, shirt, socks, and awards. Limited scholar- Fall Season 2005 ships available. Youth Soccer Registration All registrations after For ages 4 up thru age 18l Sept. 3, 2005, will be charged Must have turned 4 years old $5 extra. Shin Guards are by last July 31, 2005. required! Sign-ups will be Fri Aug. First practice: Week of 26, 5:30-7 p.m Sat. Aug Sept. 19, 2005. First game: 27, 2-6 p.m Mon Aug. 29, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005. End 5:30-7 p.m Fri Sept. 2, of Season Tournament: 5:30-7 p.m Final: Sat Sept. November 12 and 13, 2005. 3, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Herman Coaches, Referees, and Brown Library on the Sponsors needed! 2005 Property Tax Rates in CITY OF BURNET This notice concerns 2005 property tax rates for CITY OF BURNET. It presents information about three tax rates. Last year's tax rate is the actual rate the taxing unit used to determine property taxes last year. This year's effective tax rate would impose the same total taxes as last year if you compare properties taxed in both years. This year's rollback tax rate is the highest tax rate the taxing unit can set before taxpayers can start tax rollback procedures. In each case these rates are found by dividing the total amount of taxes by the tax base (the total value of taxable prop- erty) with adjustments as required by state law. The rates are given per $100 of prop- erty value. Last year's tax rate: Last year's operating taxes $ 836,224 Last year's debt taxes $ 0 Last year's total taxes $ 836,224 Last year's tax base $160,812,308 Last year's total tax rate 0.5200/$100 This y~r's effective tax rate: Last year's adjusted taxes $ 836,193 (after subtracting taxes on lost property) + This year's adjusted tax base $164,009,520 (after subtracting value of new property) = This year's effective tax rate0.509815100 (Maximum rate unless unit publishes notices and holds hearings) This year's rollback tax rate: Last year's adjusted operating taxes (after subtracting taxes on lost property and adjusting for any transferred function, tax increment financing, state criminal justice mandate and/or enhanced indigent health care expenditures) $1,135,917 + This year's adjusted tax base = This year's effective operating rate x 1.08 = this year's maximum operating rate + This year's debt rate = This year's total rollback rate Sales tax adjustment rate $164,009,520 0.6926/$100 0.7480/$100 0.0000/$100 0.7480/$100 0.1697/$100 = Rollback tax rate 0.578315100 ~: :Stateme~Lof lnc~ecrease ~ i,~ ~, ffC!TY OF, I~URNET adopts a 2005 tax rate equal to the effective tax late of r $0.5098 I~ $'1(~ of value, ~dS ~0~d increase ~to 2004 taxes by'$65,~4t.~ Schedule A: Unencumbered Fund Balances The following estimated balances will be left in the unit's property tax accounts at the end of the fiscal year. These balances are not encumbered by a corresponding debt obligation. Type of Property Tax Fund Balance Maintenance & Operation $0 Schedule B: 2005 Debt Service The unit plans to pay the following amounts for long-term debts that are secured by property taxes. These amounts will be paid from property tax revenues (or additional sales tax revenues, if applicable). Principal or Interest to be Contract Payment Paid From Other Description to be Paid From Property Amounts Total of Debt Property TaxesTaxes to be PaidPayment None $0 $0 $0 $0 Total Required for 2005 Debt Service $ 0 Amount (if any) paid from Funds listed on Schedule A $ 0 Amount (if any) paid from other resources $ 0 Excess collections last year $ 0 = Total to be paid from taxes in 2005 $ 0 + Amount added in anticipation that the unit will $ 0 collect only 100.00% of its taxes in 2005 = Total Debt Levy $ 0 In Schedule C: Expected Revenue from Additional Sales Tax calculating its effective and rollback tax rates, the unit estimated that it will receive $300,000 in additional sales and use tax revenues. This notice contains a summary of the actual effective and rillback tax rates' calculations. You can inspect a copy of the full calculations at 223 S. Pierce, Burnet, Texas. 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