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RETIRED OLDER

male college profes-

sor looking for inter-

esting/active older

women to serve as

traveling companion.

All expenses paid

plus a small salary.

References required.

Jack 830‑305‑4851

living quarters avail-

able.

CDL DRIVERS.

End/belly dump,

pd. hrly. Avg. 60

hrs/wk, local, home

every night. Must be

25 w/driving exp.

Call Geoff @

830‑743‑1345/

512‑878‑9600

FERGUSON IS

hiring for a Class B

CDL Driver in our

New Braunfels,

TX location. Email

resume to nicole. walker@fer- guson.com. EOE/.-

M/F/Vet/Disability

NOW HIRING

truss-

builders in Kyle. Exp

w/nail gun & measur-

ing tape prefd. Pay

starts @ $11/hr. Jobs

also in Schertz & Ci-

bolo. Angie at 210‑

656‑9200.

PRAIRIE LEA ISD

has openings for a

H.S. Science Teach-

er, a PE Teacher/

Boys Coach, and an

Art Teacher. Apply

online

at www.plisd. net

REWARD‑ MISSING

Cockatiel

white &

gray, “TBEE”, lost in

San Marcos, April

23rd. Call 512‑644‑

8109 or 512‑529‑

2420

MARTINDALE

Downsizing! Roll top

desk, Depression

glass, some furniture,

cook books, etc. NO

clothes. NO toys.

208 Jennings St.

Fri. 6/23 & Sat. 6/24

8am ‑ noon

MULTI FAMILY

YARD SALE

June 24th

8am ‑ noon

6682 FM 2720

New & used items.

All must go!

MULTI FAMILY

YARD SALE

Sat. June 24th

7am ‑ noon

220 Tampico St.

GARAGE SALE

Construction materi-

als, lawn equipment,

household goods,

etc.

Sat., June 24th

7am ‑ ?

712 Crystal Cove

GARAGE SALE

Sat., June 24

8am‑2pm

1211 Girard St.

Kitchen ware, house-

hold items and decor,

women, men, and

boy clothes, toys, etc.

REMODELING ‑

Re-

frigerator $100 & win-

dow unit AC $50. Call

512‑395‑4352

WOOD BLDGS

10x16, $1850, 12x24

$2600. 512‑748‑

4003

NICE WASHERS

/dryers/stoves

$250/up. Refrigera-

tors $200/up. Match-

ing W/D sets,

$499/up; 6 mo. guar-

antee.

Guaranteed

Appliances, Sales /

Service. Award win-

ning company

512‑392‑0373.

WANTED: REFRIG-

ERATORS,

Wash-

ers, dryers, stoves:

10yrs and newer.

Cash paid. Text

photo to (512) 757‑

1500 or call (512)

392‑0373

KITTENS!

512‑590‑4853

3/2/2, 1561SQ.

ft.

Cottonwood Creek.

$189,999. 141 Lin-

den Ln.361‑549‑4443

LOCATION AND

wa-

ter front!! 20 acres

on the Blanco River

with an incredible

800’ of frontage in

San Marcos. Come

build your dreams

only $750,000.

Call or text 512‑659‑

2069

NEW 2

bedroom

apartment with

washer & dryer. 512‑

738‑2316

1 BR

Apt. w/stove,

fridge & W/D conn.

$650 + dep., no pets.

512‑618‑0423

OFFICES FOR

LEASE

$175‑$675. SKILES

512‑353‑3232

WAREHOUSE

Clovis Barker Rd.,

2500 sqft. $875 + utli.

(est. $16) 557‑2495

GREAT DEALS!

353‑5001, $495‑ 2/1,

util. paid, $625 ‑ 2/1,

WD con. fp.

THE DAILY RECORD • San Marcos, TX. • Friday, June 23, 2017

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Commercial

Bus. for Sale

Homes For

Sale

Lost &

Found

Personals

San Marcos Chrysler

Dodge Jeep Ram

is now hiring

Lube Techs

401K, Medical, Dental,

Vision, Vacation Time

Contact

Terry Wagner at

San Marcos CDJR

512 831 7625

Antiques

Pets & Free

Pets

Travel

Trailers

2012 Jayco

Whitehawk Ultra

Lite Travel Trailer

,

Series M-26SRK, 1

owner, power hitch,

elec. jacks, central

a/c, gas furnace,

elec. awning, power

slide-out, TV/Ste-

reo/AM-FM, plenty

of storage, sewer

access. avai., $500

weight-transferring

hitch system incl.,

less than 2500 mil.,

NADA value $23000,

asking $17995, call

512-415-7088 or

512-924-2503

ryoung@sanmarcosrecord.com or pgravis@sanmarcosrecord.com

Final Notice and Public Explanation of a Proposed Activity in a 100-Year Floodplain

This is to give notice that the City of San Marcos under Part 58 has conducted an evaluation as required

by Executive Order 11988 in accordance with HUD regulations at 24 CFR 55.20 Subpart C Procedures

for Making Determinations on Floodplain Management, to determine the potential affect that its activity

in the floodplain and wetland will have on the human environment for CDBG-DR Owner-Occupied

Rehabilitation/Reconstruction Housing Program under CDBG-DR Grant, B-16-MH-48-0002. The

proposed project is located in the federally-declared disaster area of San Marcos, Texas, Hays County,

Texas.

There are approximately 1,120

acres of floodplain involved in the project. The project involves the

following activities:

Rehabilitation or reconstruction of up to sixty owner-occupied, low-to-moderate income single-family

residences that have unmet housing needs from one or both of the 2015 flood disasters. The CDBG-DR

Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation/Reconstruction Housing Program scope of work includes: damage

estimation, environmental testing and clearance for lead paint, performance of interim controls and

abatement, as needed for treatment of lead paint hazards, rehabilitation activities, demolition, and

reconstruction

.

The City has reevaluated the alternatives to building in the floodplain and has determined that it has no

practicable alternative. The following alternatives and mitigation measures to be taken to minimize

adverse impacts and to restore and preserve natural and beneficial values were considered:

(a)

Relocate the activity outside of the floodplain. The area was declared a federal disaster area

and was awarded federal funds for housing programs including housing rehabilitation,

demolition, reconstruction, buyouts, and infrastructure improvements. Some manufactured

housing homes may be relocated out of the floodplain due to inadequate lot size in order to

rebuild stick buildings. Mitigation measures will be implemented as discussed below.

(b)

Mitigation Measures. The following mitigation measures include: the reconstruction and

elevation of units that have received more than 50% damage; constructing infrastructure

projects to protect the area from future floods.

(c)

Take no action. This option was considered and rejected because the citizens in the federally

declared disaster area need protection from future floods.

(a)

Preserve Property. In order to preserve property, flood insurance will required to be acquired

and maintained for all units in the program in order to mitigate possible flood damage. The

structures will be elevated at two feet above the BFE to save on flood insurance cost and to

enhance the structures ability to withstand floods. All construction will be elevated consistent

with FEMA’s Lowe

st Floor Guide

(http://www.fema.gov/pdf/nfip/manual200605/07lfg.pdf)

and use flood resistant materials consistent with FEMA bulletins (see

https://www.fema.gov/media-library/assets/documents/2655?id=1580).

Preserving Natural Values and Minimizing Impacts. No construction will occur in the floodway. No

wetlands are found on or adjacent to the project site. This site is located in a residential area that has been

developed for a number of years. No loss of farmland will occur as a result of this project. Erosion

control measures will be required and followed as a part of the construction process.

Environmental files that document compliance with steps 3 through 6 of Executive Order 11988 are

available for public inspection, review and copying upon request at the times and location delineated in

the last paragraph of this notice for receipt of comments. By elevating the units and constructing

infrastructure projects, this activity will have no significant impact on the environment. Each

infrastructure project will conduct a separate floodplain study to ensure no significant impact on the

environment.

There are three primary purposes for this notice. First, people who may be affected by activities in

floodplains and those who have an interest in the protection of the natural environment should be given an

opportunity to express their concerns and provide information about these areas. Second, an adequate

public notice program can be an important public educational tool. The dissemination of information

about floodplains can facilitate and enhance Federal efforts to reduce the risks associated with the

occupancy and modification of these special areas. Third, as a matter of fairness, when the Federal

government determines it will participate in actions taking place in floodplains, it must inform those who

may be put at greater or continued risk.

Written comments must be received by the City of San Marcos at the following address on or before 5

p.m., Wednesday, July 5, 2017: City of San Marcos, Attention: Stacy Brown, Housing and Community

Development Manager, 630 E Hopkins, San Marcos TX 78666. Comments may also be submitted via e-

mail to

sbrown@sanmarcostx.gov. A

ll comments must include the sender’s full name and contact

information. The environmental file may be reviewed weekdays during the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00

p.m., 630 Hopkins Street, Permit Building, San Marcos, Texas 78666. For more information contact

Stacy Brown at 512-805-2604.

Public Notice Public Notice Public Notice Public Notice

Final Notice and Public Explanation of a Proposed Activity in a 100-Year Floodplain

This is to give notice that the City of San Marcos under Part 58 has conducted an evaluation as required

by Executive Order 11988 in accordance with HUD regulations at 24 CFR 55.20 Subpart C Procedures

for Making Determinations on Floodplain Management, to determine the potential affect that its activity

in the floodplain and wetland will have on the human environment for CDBG-DR Rental Unit

Reconstruction Housing Program under CDBG-DR Grant, B-16-MH-48-0002. The proposed project is

located in the federally-declared disaster area of San Marcos, Texas, Hays County, Texas.

There are approximately 1,120 of floodplain involved in the project. The project involves the following

activities:

Reconstruction of up to sixty rental unit residences that have unmet housing needs from one or both of the

2015 flood disasters to be rented at the Fair Market Value to low to moderate income households for the

period of affordability for each unit. The CDBG-DR Rental Unit Reconstruction Housing Program

scope includes damage estimation, environmental testing and clearance for lead paint, performance of

interim controls and abatement, as needed for treatment of lead paint hazards, demolition, and

reconstruction

.

The City has reevaluated the alternatives to building in the floodplain and has determined that it has no

practicable alternative. The following alternatives and mitigation measures to be taken to minimize

adverse impacts and to restore and preserve natural and beneficial values were considered:

(a)

Relocate the activity outside of the floodplain. The area was declared a federal disaster area

and was awarded federal funds for housing programs including housing rehabilitation,

demolition, reconstruction, buyouts, and infrastructure improvements. Mitigation measures

will be implemented as discussed below.

(b)

Mitigation Measures. The following mitigation measures include: the reconstruction and

elevation of units that have received more than 50% damage; constructing infrastructure

projects to protect the area from future floods.

(c)

Take no action. This option was considered and rejected because the citizens in the federally

declared disaster area need protection from future floods.

(a)

Preserve Property. In order to preserve property, flood insurance will required to be acquired

and maintained for all units in the program in order to mitigate possible flood damage. The

structures will be elevated at two feet above the BFE to save on flood insurance cost and to

enhance the structures ability to withstand floods. All construction will be elevated consistent

with FEMA’s Lowest Floor Guide

( http://www.fema.gov/pdf/nfip/manual200605/07lfg.pdf)

and use flood resistant materials consistent with FEMA bulletins (see

https://www.fema.gov/media-library/assets/documents/2655?id=1580).

Preserving Natural Values and Minimizing Impacts. No construction will occur in the floodway. No

wetlands are found on or adjacent to the project site. This site is located in a residential area that has been

developed for a number of years. No loss of farmland will occur as a result of this project. Erosion

control measures will be required and followed as a part of the construction process.

Environmental files that document compliance with steps 3 through 6 of Executive Order 11988 are

available for public inspection, review and copying upon request at the times and location delineated in

the last paragraph of this notice for receipt of comments. By elevating the units and constructing

infrastructure projects, this activity will have no significant impact on the environment. Each

infrastructure project will conduct a separate floodplain study to ensure no significant impact on the

environment.

There are three primary purposes for this notice. First, people who may be affected by activities in

floodplains and those who have an interest in the protection of the natural environment should be given an

opportunity to express their concerns and provide information about these areas. Second, an adequate

public notice program can be an important public educational tool. The dissemination of information

about floodplains can facilitate and enhance Federal efforts to reduce the risks associated with the

occupancy and modification of these special areas. Third, as a matter of fairness, when the Federal

government determines it will participate in actions taking place in floodplains, it must inform those who

may be put at greater or continued risk.

Written comments must be received by the City of San Marcos at the following address on or before 5

p.m., Wednesday, July 5, 2017: City of San Marcos, Attention: Stacy Brown, Housing and Community

Development Manager, 630 E Hopkins, San Marcos TX 78666. Comments may also be submitted via e-

mail to

sbrown@sanmarcostx.gov. A

ll comments must include the sender’s full name and contact

information. The environmental file may be reviewed weekdays during the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00

p.m., 630 Hopkins Street, Permit Building, San Marcos, Texas 78666. For more information contact

Stacy Brown at 512-805-2604.

Public Notice Public Notice Public Notice Public Notice