Public Hearings to allow for citizen comments on the City of Natalia’s proposed Fiscal Year 2021-2022 tax rate and budget Continue reading “Public Hearings set for proposed Natalia tax rate, budget Sept. 20”
Mayor Tommy Ortiz and the Natalia City Council extended the City’s public health declaration through Tuesday, September 8.
Continue reading “Natalia extends public health declaration”
The American Library Association believes that libraries will continue to play essential roles in our communities even in the wake of many closings Continue reading “Natalia Veterans Library is open”
The Natalia City Council approved a 30-year agreement with AEP Continue reading “Natalia City Council approves deal with AEP”
Dear Natalia Residents and Businesses,
The City of Natalia has been undergoing several construction projects, some initiated by the City, others caused by other public utilities such as gas, internet and electricity not within our control. Continue reading “Update on utility infrastructure improvements underway in Natalia”
An agreement to allow AEP continued access to operate and maintain power lines inside the Natalia City limits in exchange for franchise fees was postponed Continue reading “Natalia postpones power line maintenance agreement with AEP”
The Natalia City Council approved the baseball field usage contract with the Natalia Little League for another year after a contentious discussion with NLL President Jaime Gomez during the Regular Council meeting held Monday, October 21.
Continue reading “Natalia renews contract with Natalia Little League despite dispute over financial oversight”
The City of Natalia received an unmodified opinion, the highest possible, on the 2017-2018 fiscal year audit performed by accounting firm Beyer & Company, though it also received a warning for backdated Municipal Court receipts and an insufficient segregation of duties.
Continue reading “City of Natalia receives clean audit despite material deficiency warning”
A statement from USPS, sent by media relations specialist Becky Hernandez stated, “Demolition of the old building has been completed, and the rebuilding process is expected to begin in the very near future.”
Continue reading “USPS says rebuilding to begin soon”
The Natalia City Council positions currently held by Darin Frazier, Sam Bluemel, and Mayor Tommy Ortiz are up for reelection on November 5.
Continue reading “Three Natalia City Council positions up for reelection”