The Natalia City Council passed a proposed tax rate of $0.8564 per $100 of value at the Regular meeting on Monday, Sept. 18.
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The Natalia City Council granted a 15-foot easement to West Texas Gas (WTG) and discussed the City’s contract with the Natalia Little League (NLL) at the Regular meeting held July 17.
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The City of Natalia has three positions that will be up for re-election: Mayor and two Aldermen. Continue reading “City of Natalia election filing dates July 24-August 21”
The following monthly reports for April were provided to the Natalia City Council and approved at the Regular meeting last Monday, May 15.
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Veterans and citizens will gather at the Veteran’s Memorial Plaza in Natalia on May 27 for a short ceremony in remembrance and honor of those who so honorably served. Continue reading “Celebration at Veterans Memorial May 27”
The Natalia Little League will be hosting their 3rd Annual Show & Shine Car Show followed by an outdoor movie on Saturday, May 20 at the Natalia Little League fields. Continue reading “Show & Shine Car Show and outdoor movie night May 20”
The Natalia City Council voted to table consideration of an emergency interconnect agreement with the East Medina County Special Utility District (EMCSUD) at the Regular meeting on Monday, May 15.
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The Natalia City Council approved a formal inter-local agreement with Medina County for tax collection services at the Regular meeting on April 17, 2017.
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Commodities for seniors 60 years and older are available at the Natalia Food Pantry the first Wednesday of every month from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
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The Natalia City Council voted unanimously to implement a five-year restructuring of utility rates in order to help pay for upkeep and capital improvements to the water and sewer systems at the regular meeting held last Monday, March 20.
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