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.
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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.”
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The Natalia City Council positions currently held by Darin Frazier, Sam Bluemel, and Mayor Tommy Ortiz are up for reelection on November 5.
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Members of the Natalia City Council balked at Natalia ISD’s request to vacate a portion of 8th St. made during the Regular Council meeting held on May 20.
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The Natalia City Council addressed financial issues and problems with Republic Service’s brush pickup services at the Regular meeting held on May 20.
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Public Hearings on the City of Natalia’s proposed budget and tax rate for the upcoming 2018-2019 Fiscal Year will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 5 and Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 6:00 pm at City Hall, located at 2078 Hwy. 132 N.
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The Natalia City Council passed a heavy truck Ordinance and swore in re-elected and newly-elected members at the Regular meeting held on Nov. 20.
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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”