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Page 10A - The MalakoffNews - Friday, July 13, 2012 TOYOTA Direct Line (903)887-TIRE .Open M.F 7:30.6:00, Sat 7:30-3:00 Quick Lane of Mabank opened in May 2008 designed to meet the needs of the Cedar Creek Lake community who need quick service for their vehicles delivered by qualified professionals with high-quality results. Quick Lane consistently meets aU of these needs in a professional and cost-effective manner, so you can obtain safe reliable performance from your vehicle as long as you own it. With Quick Lane you can count on quick servzee eve~ time you visit. We Offer extended business, houls for all serviceR, and we are open on Saturday to ensure maximum convenienee~ No appointment is necessa~, and weean deliver expert professional Service while you wait ...... y with your ~ehiole ili :ii! COURTESY PHOTO Republican Women Honorees The Henderson County Republican Women had two of their members hon- ored at the TFRW Tribute to Women Luncheon in Ft. Worth on June 8 as a part of the Texas Republican Party State Convention. Carol Yarboro and Kfista Stutts were selected to be honored from the Henderson County Re- publican Women's Club at this luncheon. 15 WORDS $1 0 u ....... ~ ~ :~ : ~ .... ~., , [: AIJTOMOBILE tRUeK WANT TO BUY WANT TO BUY U P TO $400 GUARANTEED No Title OK Free Pick Up Call me before vou sell! Usuallv I hour service We are a local companv 24/7 (903)275-9527 ~1111 For Cars, Trucks, Vans Running or Not, Lost Titles OK 972-330-3605 972-513-3540 f We Sell Cash Cars Cheap/ N [ 5982 Harris Lane off of Hwy 274 '95 CHRYSLER CORDOBA 86,000mi, leather interior. Excellent interior and exterior condition~ Runs and rides good. Nearly new tires. $3,000. '04 DODGE dually~880-8000. crew cab, new WANTED car for my Cummins diesel, teenagers! Small Needs work. SUV, car or truck, $5,000. '98 or newer, Need (903)519-1980. great price, low '91 FORD F350 7.3 mileage, excellent diesel, 1 ton XLT condition, Willing to Lariat. Gooseneck spend $2,000+. Text and 5th wheel hitch, me picture and $4,000: details or call (903)880-4480 ...... ~903)275-4653. '89 DODGE 250 van with wheelchair li~. (903)887-1768, 24' PONTOON '97 AIRSTREAM 36'BOAT with trailer, INTEGRITY 5th Call after 5pro. wheel, dual air, dual furnaces, full (903)451-3538. window awnings, w- BOSTON WHALER d, new tires, BOAT 16' classic, hardwood floors and excellent condition. more. $15,000obo.$8",000 call after 5 (903)880-4480, (903)887-3573. We Suv Trucl ] NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Malakoff Crime Control and Prevention District of the City of Malakoff, Texas will hold a public hearing on said Malakoff Crime Control and Prevention District pro- posed budget for the fiscal year begin- ning October 1, 20t2 and ending Sop, tember 30, 2013, at 5:30 p.m, on Mon- day, July 23, 2012, in the Council Cham, ber, City Hall, 109 S. Melton Street, Malakoff, Texas, A summary of the proposed budget will be presented, Citizens are encouraged to attend and participate in this hearing. Copies of the proposed budget are available for public inspection in the Ad- ministration Office during regular office hours. Ann Barker, City Administrator P~bfished it~ The l~ews~" .July 13, 2012 903-489-0531 PUBLIC NOTICE Sealed bid proposats witl be received by Trinidad ISD for the 2012-13 school year, Proposals will be for the follow- ing items: 1, Food and non food items for cafeteria use 2: Milk 3. Ice cream 4. Fire extinguisher services 5. Computer and technology needs 6. Athletic equipment 7. Instructional supplies All sealed bid proposals will be received until 9:00 a.m Monday, July 16, 2012, at which time the bid proposals will be opened in the Supedntendent's office.. Please mail or deliver all proposals to Corey Jenkins, Trinidad ISD, 105 W. Eaton Street, Trinidad, Texas 75163. Published 7-13-2012 in 77~e News HENDERS()N COUNTY IS A(."CETYFING SEALED BIDS FROM INTERESTED VENDORS FOR: REFINE ROAD OIL & ASPHALT BASE CRUDE OIL - DELIVERED RESPON.SES MUST BE RECEIVED NO L/(I'ER THAN 2:00 RM. ON TUESDAY;. J'ULY 24, 2012 IN THE PURCHASING OFFICI.;.. 125 N. PRAIRff:;VILLE, SUFI'E 202. ATI-tENS. TX. 75751 ANY RESPONSES RECEIVED At:'I ER THE 2:00 P.M. DEADHNE WILL BE RETURNED UNOPENED NO EXCEPTIONS BIllS ARE AVAILABLI:;; ON HENDERSON COUNTY'S WEB..SITE AT www.c o.hcr~de rson.t COt.iNFY PURCItASING. ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT PROCEDURES OR TO REQUES'Y SPECIFICATIONS AN[) FORMS E~MAIL SCA R MK~ HA EL ~..,~C O.l.~E N D~.~IR S ON .T X.U S OR CQN~t'ACT SHERRIE CARMICHAEL AT (903) 677-7265. HENDERSON COUNTY RESERVES THE RK3HT T() REJECT ANY ANI)/OR AlL BIDS. Published in The News 0%13-12 i .......... ............................................. The City of Matakoff wilt receive bids for the reconstruction of seven (7) owner- occupied housing "unit(s) until 2:00 p,m. on the 30th day of July 2012, where they wilt be publicly opened and read at City Hall, 109 S, Melton, Malakoff, Texas 75148. The bid packages may be picked up at City Hall dudng normal business hours which are 8:00 a,m. until 5:00 p,m. The completed bids should be returned to City Halt, 109 S, Melton, Malakoff, Texas 75148. The bids will then be reviewed by City staff and consultants. This is a seNed bid competition, All bids will be considered, if they are within 15% of the C ity's estimated cost of construction. Please contact the City's Building Permit Department to ascertain any speciN instructions. The City can be reached at (903) 489-0699. The unit(s) are located at 206 S. Lincoln, 217 N. Lincoln, 1226 W. Hail, 1404 W. Royali, 222 S. Lincoln 1301 W, McCalister and 1415 Washington. Please include line,item amounts for the following: Framing, demolition, etec- trical, plumbing, foundation, cabinets, flooring, exterior surface, interior surface, doors and windows, interior paint, exterior paint, HVAC, roofing, appliances and insulation, ]"he Contractor must ensure that employees/applicants for employment are not discriminated against because of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. The work to be performed under this contract is on a project assisted under a pro- gram providing direct Federal financial assistance from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and is subject to the requirements of Section 3 of the Housing and Urban Development of 1968, as amended, 12 US,C, I701 u. Section 3 requires that to the greatest extent feasibte opportunities for training and employment be given lower income residents of the project area and contracts for work in connec- tion with the project be awarded to business concerns which are located in, or owned in substantial part by persons residing in the area of the project. The parties to this contract will comply with the provisions of said Section 3 and the regulations issued pursuant thereto by the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development set forth in 24 C.ER. 23& and all applicable rules and orders of the Department issued hereun- der prior to the execution of the Contract, The parties to any Contract will certify and agree that they are under no contractual or other disability which would prevent them from complying with these requirements. The City of Malakoff reserves the right to reject any or all proposals or to waive any informality in the proposa process. Proposals may be held by the City of Malakoff for a period not to exceed ninety (90) days from the date of the opening of Proposals for the purpose of reviewing the proposals and investigating the qualifications of bidders, prior to the writing of any contracts. Published #'1 The News July 13, 2012