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FORT BEND FAIR. BALANCED. INFORMATIVE. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 2014

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Official newspaper of Fort Bend County, Missouri City & Sugar Land

Parks Youth Ranch announces “Cowboy Up 2014”

Six vie for Pct. 4 JP nomination

Birds of Fort Bend: Downy Woodpecker

At least six people have thrown their hats in the ring seeking the Republican Party’s nomination for Fort Bend County Justice of the Peace, Pct. 4 seat. Following the passing away of Judge Jim Richard, the Republican Party has to find a new nominee to place on the ballot in November. Laura Richard will be the JP until Dec. 31. She is the Republican candidate for County Clerk in the November election. The county Republican Party’s executive committee, comprising precinct chairs, will elect the nominee. The executive committee on Monday, June 16, heard from six prospective nominees. They are David Hunter, attorney, Warren Diepraam, attorney, Joan Cain, attorney, Justin Joyce, Sugar Land Police Department officer, and Mike Rozell, former County Judge. Shannon Bloesch, left, Executive Director; US Congressman Pete Olson; Dick Hogan & Carl The executive committee is expected to vote on the nominee at its next Favre, PYR Board Members and Nancy Olson . PHOTO BY MARY FAVRE. meeting on June 30. The Parks Youth Ranch (PYR) Board of Directors and Heritage Properties are saddling up for success! This year’s event will be held on Saturday, October 4th at The George Ranch Historical Park Arena. The last two events have raised more than $350,000 and all monies raised were used to fund operations of the Fred and Mabel Parks Youth Ranch shelter for homeless teens. The Fred and Mabel R. Parks Youth Ranch opened its doors in March 2011 to address a gap in services for abused, at-risk and homeless youth. PYR is a 20-bed emergency shelter located in Fort Bend County that is able to accommodate 10 boys and 10 girls, ages 7 to 17, referred by Texas Department of Family and Protective Services and by the local community. PYR’s mission is to provide

emergency shelter, counseling and life-changing services to these children. May 2014 was a very important month for PYR’s mission. “We are extremely pleased to announce that we have provided over 10,000 nights of peace to a most vulnerable population – our homeless youth,” says Shannon Bloesch, executive director. “As we reflect on this accomplishment, we continue to prepare for our annual fundraiser, Cowboy Up. As always, all event proceeds allow us to continue to meet the needs of homeless children! We strive to provide not only “Home for Today,” but “Hope for Tomorrow!” U.S. Congressman Pete Olson and his wife, Nancy, have graciously agreed to “strap on their SPURS” for the cause and serve as Honorary CoChairs. Fort Bend County

Commissioner James Patterson will serve as the Event Auctioneer. Also returning as emcee will be local radio personality Michele Fisher. The unforgettable event will feature live music by Kim & Bill Nash from Nash3, BBQ with all the fixins’, dancing, cash bar, live auction and much more. Wanted: Your presence at Cowboy Up! Here’s your chance to put on your boots and hat, and party with a purpose. A variety of sponsorship and underwriting opportunities, from $250 to $10,000, are available. General admission tickets are also available for $75 each. For more information, visit the PYR website at www. parksyouthranch.org or contact Parks Youth Ranch Executive Director, Shannon Bloesch (smbloesch@parksyouthranch.org)

Missouri City partners with Texas Husky Rescue, flies dog to Carrolton

Red stands with rescuers from Pilots N Paws before his flight to Carrollton. Photo courtesy of Missouri City. Since the creation of Missouri City’s new Animal Shelter in the fall of 2013, Animal Control officers have been providing assistance to the lost and homeless animals in many interesting and creative ways. One prime example of a creative and strategic animal rescue occurred this May, when Missouri City Staff was able to partner with two dog friendly volunteer agencies to rescue a homeless, broken-

legged husky who was found within City limits. Toward the end of May, Missouri City Animal Control officers found a friendly husky wandering around with a broken leg. Despite his injury, the dog showed no signs of timidity and jumped right into the Animal Control vehicle. Staff and Animal Shelter volunteers quickly appealed to local husky, sled dog and Eskimo dog rescues to seek

treatment for the dog’s broken leg, which, despite its severity, had not brought the cheerful dog’s spirit down. A group in Carrollton named the Texas Husky Rescue offered to help the dog, but it was unable to provide a means of transportation. “We immediately sent out pleas through social media and personal contacts looking for transportation for the dog,” Missouri City Animal Control Supervisor Juan Acevedo said. “After hours of searching, miraculously Pilots N Paws, a group of private pilots that fly dogs to rescues, agreed to fly the husky to Carrolton over the weekend.” Missouri City Animal Control Officer Richard Perez delivered the dog to the Arcola Airport early one Saturday morning, where the husky was flown by Pilots N Paws to his new home in Carrollton. The dog received a new name, Red, was treated and put up for adoption. Residents interested in visiting the Missouri City Animal Shelter, can contact Acevedo via phone at 281.403.8707 or email jacevedo@missouricitytx.gov to set up an appointment.

Robin Elackatt’s election as Mayor ProTem ratified Missouri City City Council on June 16 ratified the election of Councilman Robin Elackatt as Mayor ProTem on a 5-2 vote. Councilmembers Jerry Wyatt and Don Smith voted against the ratification. Mayor Allen Owen who did not vote in the initial Mayor ProTem election, voted in favor of the ratification. Elackatt was first elected Mayor ProTem on May 19 with 4-0 vote. Newly elected councilman Chris Preston was not properly sworn-in on May 19 and hence, the reconsideration of the item.

Year round resident in Fort Bend, these sparrow-sized woodpeckers are often seen in multi-species flocks particularly with chickadees, titmice and wrens. Striking black and white, the Downy Woodpecker male has a small red cap. Main diet is beneficial to your trees as they clean them of many pest insects and larvae. Come to feeders containing suet or black-oiled sunflower seeds as they fly quickly between trees and “hop” up, down and around trees. You may hear males drumming in the spring. Never fear, they are not pecking holes but attracting mates. Photo by Margaret Sloan who is holding an informal “open garden” June 26 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. for those interested in attracting birds to their gardens. For details and more Downy pictures, http://traction.typepad.com/birds

FBISD presents $1 billion capital plan; $333 million November bond election likely By SESHADRI KUMAR The Fort Bend ISD administration has prepared a master capital plan spanning over nine years in three phases involving capital expenditure of a little over $1 billion. At the Regular Fort Bend ISD Board Business Meeting on June 9, the FBISD Board of Trustees received a long-range Master Capital Plan presentation. The district’s capital needs include: construction, security, technology, and transportation projects, as well as facility and educational adequacy deficiency improvements over the next decade. The priorities in the Master Capital Plan were developed as part of a three-phase plan based on a Facilities Master Plan, a Security Master Plan and a Technology Master Plan.

These plans served as guides in prioritizing the immediate and long-range capital needs for the District. The first phase of the plan includes projects needed between years 2014 and 2017, the second phase includes projects needed between 2017 and 2020 and the third phase includes projects needed between 2020 and 2023. The first phase of the plan calls for $280 million in construction, $18 million for land acquisition, $34 million for security, $66 million for technology, $15 million for transportation and $19 million for project management. The administration also discussed with the Board their recommendation to call a November 2014 bond election for Phase One of the plan in the range of $333.4 million.

Preliminary plans for the Phase One capital needs for the next three years include: •$279.8 million for construction projects: new construction of elementary schools in Aliana and Riverstone, as well as two other schools; classroom additions, current facility deficiencies, educational adequacy deficiencies, and building system life-cycle needs; •$34 million for security and safety upgrades: security cameras, security vestibules, window film, security fencing, access control, emergency generators, new emergency notification system, and others; •$15.7 million for transportation needs: bus cameras, bus global positioning systems (GPS), and new school buses; •$65.7 million for technolSee BOND, Page 4

FBISD adopts $566 million budget By SESHADRI KUMAR Fort Bend ISD board of trustees on June 9 adopted a $566.5 million budget for 2014-15, without any tax rate increase. The budget is $33 million more than the current year’s expenditure. The district’s total tax rate remains $1.34 per 100 property valuation. At an earlier public hearing on the proposed budget, no one spoke. FBISD’s taxable property value increased by 9 percent compared to the 6.5 percent growth in the previous year.

The district’s total taxable value now is $28. 43 billion. For a penny of school tax rate, the district would earn a revenue of $2.8 million. The average home market value in 2013 was $194,444 and in 2014, it rose by 10 percent to $213,888. The average taxable value changed form $177,799 to $195,579. With the same tax rate of $1.34, an average home valued at $213,888, will have to pay a school property tax of $2,928, which is $285 more than last year. The budget provides for

a starting teacher salary of $50,000 per year. Also, the teachers will get salary increases ranging form 4 percent to 8.6 percent or $2,214 to $4,147. The district’s revenue for 2014-15 is $566.5 million and the operating expenditure in the general fund is $561.7 million, resulting in a $4.8 million addition to the fund balance. The fund balance of the district increases from $170 million to $175 million. The administration is proposing a Transfer of $22 million from the surplus fund balance to the bond funds.


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New Houston Methodist Emergency Care Center opens July 15 in Missouri City Missouri City residents will soon have convenient access to Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital’s leading emergency care capabilities. The new state-of-the-art Houston Methodist Emergency Care Center opens July 15 in the heart of Missouri City, at 8200 Highway 6 between the Sienna Plantation and Riverstone commuContinued on Page 3

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From Page 2 nities. The center will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week to treat patients of all ages who are ill or injured. The 9,600-square-foot facility includes 10 private treatment rooms, full-service X-ray, By BARBARA FULENWIDER Missouri City Mayor AlCT and ultrasound capabilities. len Owen and Stafford Mayor Most importantly, Houston Leonard Scarcella as well as Methodist Emergency Care other Fort Bend County elected Center is staffed by boardoffi cials have been working to certified emergency medicine get a commuter rail line down physicians specializing in U.S. 90A for 14 years now. It emergency care from pediatjust may be funded soon. ric to geriatric patients, workScarcella visited Washinging alongside specially trained ton, D.C., last week to urge nursing and ancillary staff with federal funding for the line that extensive experience in emerwould transport numerous Teas gency care. “The new Houston Meth- Medical Center employees and odist Emergency Care Center patients to and from every day. Congressman Al Green put gives Missouri City residents the meeting together that Scara first-class ER right in their cella attended along with Conown neighborhood,” says Chris gressmen Ted Poe and John Siebenaler, CEO of Houston Culberson, who squabbled Methodist Sugar Land Hospiover which commuter rail lines tal. should be built in Houston with “Patients treated at the new federal funds. center will have direct, expeditCulberson represents resied admission to Houston Methdents who live inside the loop odist Sugar Land Hospital if along Richmond Avenue. The needed, along with personal asrepresentative and his consistance from patient represenstituents strongly oppose the tatives in scheduling necessary proposed rail line down. Poe follow-up appointments. And supports the Universities Line, the center will accept all insurwhich would run on upper ance plans that are in-network with Houston Methodist Sugar Richmond in his district, because his constituents want and Land Hospital.” “Our goal is to provide a support the line. Scarcella said, “We got our streamlined, easy-to-navigate point across that there is a lot of system for patients who ensupport for the 90A passenger ter the center,” says Dr. Scott rail line. The bottom line is Rivenes, emergency departMetro has to make a decision ment medical director of Housand fi le an application if they ton Methodist Sugar Land Hoswant some federal funds. The pital. door is open for that now but “The new facility will enable you can only fi le one applicaus to quickly assess patients as tion and get the money. they come in, enabling them “The primary application to see a board-certified emerwill be considered. You have gency medicine physician as to decide what that applicaefficiently as possible. Since tion will be for what work we have onsite imaging and and fi le in a timely way. You laboratory services, we have can do all the squabbling you access to the full range of diagwant to but in the end you will nostic services our physicians need without patients leaving have to come to a consensus,” Scarcella said. “If you are in the building.” The new center is just part of a squabbling match and try to Houston Methodist Sugar Land split the money, you will get Hospital’s $131 million expan- nothing and the federal funds sion to better serve patients will go to some other project.” The mayor continued: “I feel from Fort Bend and surroundthe worm has turned because I ing areas. think Metro recognizes that the “Like many parts of Fort administration and the federal Bend, Missouri City has extransportation authority realize perienced tremendous populathat the U.S. 90A commuter tion growth in recent years, and this new emergency center will rail line has the support and is definitely enhance our service needed. A line on Richmond “may be to the community,” says Siebedesirable,” Scarcella said, “but naler. “It is an amazing facility it doesn’t have the public supthat will provide a substantial port, so Metro is going to have positive impact on the availto choose and they recognize ability of high-quality care for now that it’s clear as can be that people living nearby.” U.S. 90A is the project that is To learn more about Housviable, has public support and ton Methodist Sugar Land makes sense to go forward. Hospital, please visit hous“Richmond Avenue is too tonmethodist.org/sugarland, contentious,” Scarcella said, and visit our Facebook page at Culberson told the group he is facebook.com/methodistsugar110 percent for the U.S. 90A land for the latest news, events line. and information. “Both Culberson and Green Join the hospital for the want the 90A project. CulEmergency Care Center grand berson realizes that if he just opening celebration and open blocked the Richmond Avenue house on July 10, from 5 -7 line then everybody will say p,m. There will be tours, re‘there went hundreds of milfreshments, a free gift for atlions of dollars available that tendees and fabulous door you cost Houston’s transportaprizes. tion system.’ CONSTABLE SALE “Now he’s saying that Hous-

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Fort Bend commuter rail project back on the drawing board

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ton should not lose one penny of it and to use it on 90A. The 90A line is not the only alternative but it’s pretty obvious that no other project has the public, congressional, state, and legislative support that U.S. 90A has. “There wasn’t one word in opposition to the 90A project. Everything was very positive and very supportive and expediency was urged for it,” Scarcella said. Mayor Owen, who was on a conference call to the meeting, said, “Voters approved the 90A commuter line in 2003 and it keeps getting pushed back while Metro goes and considers projects that people do not want. That is why Culberson has joined the team to support 90A. “He has fought the Richmond line from day one because his constituents do not want it. Yet, people out here are begging for the 90A line to be built. Missouri City has set aside zoning of certain pieces of property for a future transit center some where around the Beltway and 90A and the land owners want the line to terminate there. “With the majority of em-

ployees of the Texas Medical Center living in this area, they are very much in favor of the project. It gets employees, patients, visitors and others to the medical center and back without the use of automobiles and parking. “What I heard from (Transportation) Secretary (Anthony) Fox is that until Metro submits an application for funding, nothing can be done. So, I also heard instructions from both Culberson and Green to the Metro Board to get that application in motion immediately. I think there is a clear direction now on what needs to be done and when.” Scarcella reported that George Jefferson from Metro attended the meeting along with a representative of Fox and one from the medical center. State Sen. Rodney Ellis, Texas Rep. Ron Reynolds, Owen and Richard Wainerdi, chief executive officer of the Texas Medical Center, were on the conference call. Eleven years ago the people of Fort Bend County said they wanted a commuter rail line in their communities. It appears now that it may finally get built.

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which will benefit Fort Bend Family Promise, the county’s only agency that meets the immediate needs of homeless families while empowering them to attain self-sufficiency. The Sugar Land Goodtime Shows will be held on Saturday, July 26 at Covenant Glen United Methodist Church in Missouri City. During these cabaret-style shows, the Tidelanders get up close and personal and serve as your waiters for the after-

noon or evening. And on top of that, the Tidelanders chorus and quartets present a performance full of great 4-part harmony. Tickets for the 7 p.m. show are $25 and include a light dinner and soft drinks. There will also be a matinee at 2 p.m. Tickets are $12.50. For more details or tickets, call 281-778-7505 or contact Fort Bend Family Promise at 281-403-3923.

Clements High School’s Madison Taylor among Outstanding Texas Students Recognized for Service Madison Taylor, a Clements High School ninth-grade student, is among 86 outstanding student leaders from across the state to successfully complete Education in Action’s 2013-2014 Lone Star Youth Leadership Council program. Members participated in the Lone Star Leadership Academy, a weeklong leadership development program offered during spring and summer breaks by Education in Action. During the program, students completed three leadership skill-building lessons, and identified a need in their communities and implemented a service project based on that need. Madison, a fourth-year member of the youth leadership council, completed a “Cookies for Canines” community service project where she baked 200 dog treats to donate to the Fort Bend Animal Shelter. She received a certificate of merit for her

Bond From Page 1 ogy infrastructure: Internet infrastructure upgrade, wide area network refresh, data center SAN and virtualization, data center facilities modifications, wireless network deployment, local area network refresh, and others; •$18.4 million for land purchases; and •$19.2 million for other needs: athletic facility life-cycle replacements, white fleet vehicle replacements, energy conservation initiatives and bond support. The administration discussed plans to use available funding sources for the capital plan, including over $30 million of unspent funds from past bonds and $63 million of unissued, but authorized funds from the 2007 Bond that were allocated for buses and two schools. The administration also proposed to transfer $22 million from the general fund to fund capital projects for possible replacement of computers and other technology purchases of equipment with short life-spans. “The plans are far from being finalized, and if approved, the funds for the capital needs would be spent immediately on projects to get ahead of the District’s growth as much as possible, while taking care of the most pressing longterm needs,” said Dr. Charles E. Dupre, Superintendent of Schools. Chief Financial Officer Steve Bassett said, “Fort Bend ISD will be able to handle the bond’s additional debt for Phase One without requiring an increase in the tax rate, which could be realized with additional assessed value

Madison dedication to developing her leadership skills and service to her community. “It was a lot of hard work to do this project, but it paid off and felt great to benefit the animals of my community,” said Madison. “Membership in the Lone Star Youth Leadership Council is no small undertaking, esgrowth of seven percent for the next four years. This growth includes the value of new residential construction and development.” The last Bond Referendum passed by the voters in Fort Bend ISD was in 2007 when the District had 67,000 students and 68 schools. Since 2007, six new schools were opened, and three were rebuilt as part of the bond package. Fort Bend has grown to serve more than

pecially when these students’ busy schedules and academic standings are taken into consideration,” stated Carolyne Markle, Education in Action’s Alumni Program Coordinator. “The service projects are very gratifying and are great learning experiences for the students. They feel a real sense of accomplishment when they contribute to solving problems by helping others. While learning lessons that will last a lifetime, they are making positive contributions to our society, and we all benefit.” Members documented their projects in a portfolio. The portfolios will be on display at registration for 2014 Lone Star Leadership Academy programs to inspire future Lone Star Leadership Academy alumni to follow in their footsteps. A newsletter describing each student’s service project is available at 2014 Lone Star Youth Leadership Council Newsletter. 71,000 students with 74 campuses. The projected student enrollment for 2018 is 77,764, and the projected student enrollment for 2023 is 84,997. Fort Bend ISD is the largest employer in Fort Bend County with more than 9,500 full and part-time employees. The District spans 170 square miles and includes more than 11 million square feet of facilities and more than 1,757 acres.

NOTICE OF BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS VACANCIES AND RECRUITMENT APPLICATION DEADLINE JULY 18, 2014 CITY COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS SEPTEMBER 2014 The City of Sugar Land relies on specialized boards and commissions, made up of residents living within the corporate city limits, to assist with community decision-making processes. City Council has opened the recruitment process for two boards with vacancies: Parks, Art, Recreation, Culture, and Streetscapes and Tree Advisory (PARCS) Board; and Building Standards Commission. Applications are being accepted up to 5:00 p.m., July 18, 2014. All applications must be submitted electronically through the city website Serve Sugar Land Volunteer Opportunities. Appointments and reappointments to all boards and commissions will be made September 2014. Boards and Commissions

Known Openings September 2014

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Parks, Art, Recreation, Culture, and Streetscapes and Tree Advisory (PARCS) Board

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For more information on the board and commission application, nomination, interview and appointment process, please contact the Office of the City Secretary, 281-275-2730 or e-mail ggundermann@sugarlandtx.gov. Glenda Gundermann, TRMC, CMC City Secretary

City of Missouri City LEGAL NOTICE The City of Missouri City, Texas is issuing a Request for Proposal (RFP) for: Housing Rehabilitation Consulting Services RFP # 142-14 The City of Missouri City is soliciting proposals for housing rehabilitation consulting services. No pre-proposal meeting is scheduled. All questions shall be submitted by emailed to aguerrero@missouricitytx.gov, Alfonso Guerrero Jr., Purchasing Manager. Proposals will be accepted until 2:00 p.m. local time, July 8, 2014. At bid opening, the proposals will be publicly opened and the names of the respondents will be read out loud in City Hall Chambers located at 1522 Texas Parkway, Missouri City, Texas, 77489. Proposal packages are available by contacting DemandStar bid service at (800) 711-1712 or by free download from the Public Purchase website at www.publicpurchase.com. Proposals must be sealed, marked on the outside of the delivery package with the solicitation title and number as listed above, and the date of opening. Proposals must be delivered to the attention of the Sealed Proposal Box, City of Missouri City Purchasing Office, 1522 Texas Parkway, Missouri City, Texas, 77489, prior to the acceptance deadline. Proposal packages marked improperly and therefore misdirected may be disqualified.

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NOTICE OF CONSTABLE SALE NOTICE OF LEVY REAL PROPERTY Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution and I or Order of Sale issued on the 11th day of April, 2014 by the 434th Judicial District Court of Fort Bend County, Texas in cause# 10-DCV-184042 in favor of the Plaintiff - Westpark Lakes Homeowners Association, Inc. Plaintiff, for the sum of $3,442.07 ++++costs as taxed on said Execution and I or Order of Sale and further the sum of executing the same. Therefore, on the 30th day of May, 201 4, I, Constable Rob Cook of Precinct Three Fort Bend County, have levied on and have seized all rights, title, interest, and claim to which the said Defendant(s) - Reggie Williams had of, in, or to the following described real property, and will offer for sale on the 1st day of July, 2014 at the County Courthouse steps of Fort Bend County, Texas in the city of Richmond, Texas between the hours often o’clock a.m. and four o’clock p.m., any and all rights, title, interests and claims which the above defendant had of, in, or to the following described real property situated in Fort Bend County, Texas; viz: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: LOT 31, BLOCK 2, OF WESTPARK LAKES, SECTION 1, A SUBDIVISION OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED AT SLIDE NO. 858 A AND 858 B IN THE MAP OR PLAT RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS. ADJUDGED/MARKET VALUE: $144,360.00 Property is sold with all encumbrances and liens affixed thereto. All sales are final. Terms: Cash, Cashier’s Check, or Money Order; Sale to be held at or about 10:00 A.M. Rob Cook, Constable Precinct Three Fort Bend County, Texas BY: M. Scheibel Deputy Constable #1331 NOTICE OF CONSTABLE SALE NOTICE OF LEVY REAL PROPERTY By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Honorable 400TH DISTRICT COURT of FORT BEND County on the 4th day of June, 2014 by the Clerk thereof in the case of NEEDVILLE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VS HENRY MAVIN SHED, ET AL, in Cause# 12-DCV196602 and to me, as CONSTABLE directed and delivered, I will proceed to sell, at 10:00 0’ Clock AM on the 1ST day of JULY, 2014, which is the first Tuesday of said month, at the William B. Travis Building, First Floor Meeting Room, 301 Jackson Street, Richmond Texas 774693108 of said FORT BEND County, in the City of RICHMOND, Texas, the following described property, to wit: TRACT 1: GEO: 0750000000130906 BEING A 2.0 ACRE TRACT OF LAND OUT OF THE KENNETH OTTO AND JOHN WESLEY OTTO, JR. 13.13 ACRE TRACT (VOL. 499, PAGE 673, DEED RECORDS) IN SECTION NO. 48, H. & T. C.C.R COMPANY SURVEY. CERTIFICATE NO. 264 WITH A MOBILE HOME, SERIAL NUMBER 2677136949 LABEL NUMBER TEX0009069 LOCATED AT FORT BEND COUNTY TEXAS. Levied on the 5TH day of JUNE 2014 as the property of HENRY MAVIN SHED, JP MORGAN CHASE BANK, NA AS SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO BANK ONE, NA, F/K/A MBANK HOSUTON to satisfy a judgment amounting to $3,389.43 representing delinquent taxes, penalties, interest, and attorney’s fees through the date of judgment, plus all costs of court, costs of sale, and post judgment penalties and interest recoverable by law in favor of NEEDVILLE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT, WHARTON COUNTY JUNIOR COLLEGE, FORT BEND COUNTY GENERAL FUND; FORT BEND COUNTY DRAINAGE DISTRICT AND FORT BEND COUNTY LATERAL ROAD AND FLOOD CONTROL. ALL BIDDERS MUST COMPLY WITH SECTION 34.015 OF THE TEXAS PROPERTY TAX CODE. GIVEN UNDER MY HAND THIS 5th day of JUNE, 2014. A. J. DORR, Constable Precinct ONE Fort Bend County, Texas BY: CORPORAL MIKE BEARD Deputy

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THE STATE OF TEXAS CITATION BY PUBLICATION TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW OF DEBORAH MARTURANO 7307 COLIMA DRIVE, HOUSTON, TX 77083 NOTICE: You have been sued. You may employ an attorney. If you or your attorney do not file a written answer with the clerk who issued this citation by 10:00 a.m. on Monday next following the expiration of forty-two days from the date of issuance of this citation, same being June 23, 2014 a default judgment may be taken against you. Said answer may be filed by mailing same to: District Clerk’s Office, 301 Jackson, Richmond, Texas 77469, or by bringing it to the office. Our street address is 1422 Eugene Heimann Circle, Richmond TX 77469. We are located on the first floor of the Justice Center building. The case is presently pending before the 400TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT of Fort Bend County sitting in Richmond, Texas, and was filed on January 27, 2014. It bears cause number 14-DCV-212156 and is styled: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, As Trustee, in Trust for the Registered Holders of Ameriquest Mortgage Securities Inc., Asset-Backed Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2005-R11 vs The Unknown Heirs At law of Deborah Marturano. The name and address of the attorney for PLAINTIFF OR PETITIONER is: MELISSA ANNE MCKINNEY MCCARTHY HOLTHUS & ACKERMAN LLP 1255 WEST 15TH STREET SUITE 1060 PLANO TX 75075 214-291-3800 The nature of the demands of said PLAINTIFF OR PETITIONER is as follows to-wit: WHEREFORE, PREMISES CONSIDERED, PLAINTIFF REQUESTS THAT UPON FINAL HEARING,THAT DEFENDANTS BE CITED TO APPEAR AND ANSWER, AND THE COUNT ENTER JUDGMENT GRANTING: 1. A DECLARATION THAT PLAINTIFF HAS A LIEN AGAINST THE PROPERTY; LOT FORTY-EIGHT (48), IN BLOCK FOUR (4), OF MISSION WEST, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 23, PAGE 17 OF THE PLAT RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY,TEXAS, IN AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO THE PAY-OFF OF THE LOAN AGREEMENT UNDER TEX. CONST. ART. 50 (A) (6); AND 2. A JUDGMENT ALLOWING PLAINTIFF TO FORECLOSE ON THE PROPERTY UNDER TEX. R. CIV. P. 309 OR 3. ALLOWING PLAINTIFF TO FORECLOSE ON THE PROPERTY UNDER TEX. R. CIV. P 735(2) AND TEXAS PROP. CODE 51.002 ; 4. ATTORNEY FEES AND COST OF SUIT; AND 6. ALL OTHER RELIEF, IN LAW AND IN EQUITY TO WHICH PLAINTIFF MAY BE ENTITLED. If this Citation is not served, it shall be returned unserved. Issued under my hand and seal of said Court, at Richmond, Texas on this the 6th day of May, 2014. DISTRICT CLERK ANNIE REBECCA ELLIOTT Fort Bend County, Texas Deputy District Clerk DANNAY MASCORRO Telephone: (281) 341-3787 THE STATE OF TEXAS CITATION BY PUBLICATION TO: UNKNOWN HEIRS OF RAYNA ROGERS NOTICE: You have been sued. You may employ an attorney. If you or your attorney do not file a written answer with the clerk who issued this citation by 10:00 a.m. on Monday next following the expiration of forty-two days from the date of issuance of this citation, same being July 21, 2014 a default judgment may be taken against you. Said answer may be filed by mailing same to: District Clerk’s Office, 301 Jackson, Richmond, Texas 77469, or by bringing it to the office. Our street address is 1422 Eugene Heimann Circle, Richmond TX 77469. We are located on the first floor of the Justice Center building. The case is presently pending before the 240TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT of Fort Bend County sitting in Richmond, Texas, and was filed on November 21, 2013. It bears cause number 13-DCV-210906 and is styled: PHH Mortgage Corporation and Rayna Rogers and the Heirs at Law of Rayna Rogers, Deceased RE: 25223 Melody Oaks Lane Katy Texas 77494 The name and address of the attorney for PLAINTIFF OR PETITIONER is: CLINT WADE CHASE SHARPIRO SCHWARTZ LLP 131 05 NORTHWEST FREEWAY SUITE 1200 HOUSTON TX 77040 713-933-1567 The nature of the demands of said PLAINTIFF OR PETITIONER is as follows to-wit: WHEREFORE, PREMISES CONSIDERED, PLAINTIFF REQUESTS THAT UPON FINAL HEARING, THAT DEFENDANT BE CITED TO APPEAR AND AN SWEAR, AND, THE COURT ENTER JUDGMENT GRANTING: A DECLARATION THAT ALL DECEDENT’S HEIRS-AT-LAW HAVE BEEN MADE PARTIES TO THIS SUIT AND ARE VESTED WITH ALL OF DEFENDANT’S RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY: LOT 23, BLOCK 3 PARKWAY OAKS, SECTION FOUR (4), A SUBDIVISION IN FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN SLIDE 20050068 OF THE PLAT RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS; AND A DECLARATION THAT PLAINTIFF’S VENDOR LIEN AGAINST THE PROPERTY BE RESCINDED AND THAT THE DEFENDANTS BE DIVESTED AND PLAINTIFF VESTED WITH ALL OF DECEDENT’S AND DEFENDANT’S RIGHT TITLE, AND INTEREST TO THE PROPERTY; OR A DECLARATION THAT THE PLAINTIFF’S STATUTORY LIEN AGAINST THE PROPERTY BE ENFORCED BY A FORECLOSURE, AND THAT THROUGH FORECLOSURE THE DEFENDANTS BE DIVESTED AND PLAINTIFF VESTED WITH ALL OF DEFENDANTS RIGHT TITLE. AND INTEREST TO THE PROPERTY; AND A DECLARATION THAT PLAINTIFF IS VESTED WITH ALL RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY IN ORDER TO REMOVE ANY CLOUD ON TITLE THAT THEIR HEIRS INTEREST MAY HAVE CREATED; AND ATTORNEY FEES AND COSTS OF SUIT; AND ALL OTHER RELIEF, IN LAW IN EQUITY, TO WHICH PLAINTIFF MAY BE ENTITLED. If this Citation is not served, it shall be returned unserved. Issued under my hand and seal of said Court, at Richmond, Texas on this the 5th day of June, 2014. DISTRICT CLERK ANNIE REBECCA ELLIOTT Fort Bend County, Texas Deputy District Clerk DANNAY MASCORRO Telephone: (281) 341-3787

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Sugar Land’s Star Spangled Spectacular

AUTOMOBILE: Dodge Dart By BARBARA FULENWIDER When the all-new Dodge Dart compact car launched in the summer of 2012, after the Dodge brand’s seven-year absence in the segment, buyers could customize the Dart in more than 100,000 ways. Now, in its second year, buyers of the Dodge Dart get bundling, which makes the most popular features easier to order and less expensive. For 2014, the Dart is available in five models: SE, SXT, Aero, Limited and GT. Retail prices start at $15,995. Also new for 2014, Dodge expanded the 2.4-liter Tigershark MultiAir2 I-4 engine to power the SXT, Limited and GT models. in the Dart. The engine makes 184 horsepower and 171 lb.-ft. of torque and is mated to a standard six-speed manual transmission (SXT and GT models) or available six-speed automatic transmission (standard on the Limited model). The STX gets a EPA fuel economy combined city/highway estimate of 27 miles to the gallon. The Aero model is powered by the 1.4-liter MultiAir Turbo engine mated to a standard sixspeed manual transmission or available dual-dry clutch transmission. The Dart SE model is powered by the 2.0-liter Tigershark engine mated to a standard six-speed manual transmission or available six-speed automatic transmission. It gets 41 miles to the gallon. The Dart comes with more than 60 safety and security features that give drivers and passengers peace of mind. Dodge Dart’s key safety and security features include a class-leading 10 standard air bags, four-wheel anti-lock brakes, electronic stability control, electronic roll mitigation, all-speed traction control, ParkView rear backup camera, Blind-spot Monitoring, Rear Cross Path detection, ParkSense rear park assist and

LATCH anchors. The Dart offers A Uconnect infotainment system with an 8.4-inch touchscreen radio, the largest in the segment; the Uconnect Voice Command system, which allows drivers to operate a Bluetooth compatible phone with their hands on the wheel and eyes on the road, enables drivers to switch radio modes, tune to AM/FM and SiriusXM Radio stations and request realtime information using voice commands. The test drive Dodge Dart was the STX model, which includes all the standard equipment on the SE model, and adds the 2.4-liter Tigershark with MultiAir technology. It starts at the suggested manufacturer’s price of $18,495. Other new standard features include 16-inch aluminum wheels, dark-tinted headlamps, LED racetrack tail lamps, automatic headlamps, speed control, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, Uconnect Bluetooth with Voice Command, air conditioning with micron filter, Uconnect 200 AM/FM/CD/MP3 radio with audio input jack for mobile devices, speed-sensitive power door locks, power mirrors, remote keyless entry, 60/40 split folding rear seat with armrest with storage and cup holders and trunk pass-through, six speakers, security alarm and 12-volt auxiliary power outlet in front console. The Dodge Dart SXT model also features several new pack-

ages for 2014. The Rallye Appearance Group adds a touring suspension, rear stabilizer bar, 17-inch Hyper Black aluminum wheels with all-season tires, black crosshair grille with black surround, integrated dual exhaust with bright tips, projector fog lamps, premium cloth seats with accent stripes, leatherwrapped steering wheel with audio controls and leather-wrapped shift knob (automatic transmission) and Rallye badge. The Sun and Sound Group includes a power express open/ close sunroof, nine Alpine speakers with subwoofer, 506watt amplifier, Uconnect 8.4 CD/MP3 radio with 8.4-inch touchscreen radio, iPod control, SiriusXM Radio, ParkView rear backup camera, floating island bezel illuminated instrument panel surround and glove box lamp. The Cold Weather Group features body-color heated mirrors, heated front premium cloth seats, ParkView rear backup camera, tire-pressure monitoring display and remote start (with automatic transmission). The Uconnect Touchscreen Group includes the class-exclusive 8.4-inch Uconnect 8.4 multimedia center, class-exclusive floating island bezel, remote USB port, iPod Control, remote CD player and ParkView rear backup camera and glove box lamp. The Garmin Navigation Group is also available.

NOTICE OF SALE STATE OF TEXAS

and issued pursuant to judgment decree(s) of the District Court of Fort Bend County, Texas, by the Clerk of said Court on said date, in the hereinafter numbered and styled suit(s) and to me directed and delivered as Sheriff or Constable of said County, I have on June 4, 2014, seized, levied upon, and will, on the first Tuesday in July, 2014, the same being the 1st day of said month, at 301 Jackson Street, William Travis Building, 1st Floor Meeting Room in the City of Richmond, between the hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock p.m. on said day, beginning at 10:00 AM, proceed to sell for cash to the highest bidder all the right, title, and interest of the defendants in such suit(s) in and to the following described real estate levied upon as the property of said defendants, the same lying and being situated in the County of Fort Bend and the State of Texas, to-wit:

Sale #

Cause # Judgment Date

Acct # Order Issue Date

Style of Case

Legal Description

1

10-DCV183161 01/07/14

007900000114490 FORT BEND COUNTY VS. MARY NOEL F. ROBERTS LEAGUE 1 L. SMITH, AKA MARY PITTMAN SURV, 1.00 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, ABST 79, VOL 860, PG 318* MAY 30, 2014

3

10-DCV184856 02/18/14

590200009100090 FORT BEND INDEPENDENT 7 SCHOOL DISTRICT, ET AL VS. KATE OLEAR, ET AL MAY 30, 2014

4

11-DCV193903 03/25/14

487601001015091 FORT BEND COUNTY LEGACY AT CROSS CREEK 4 MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT RANCH, SEC 1, BLK 1, LT 15, #171 VS. ROBERT W. GOUGH AS REC'D IN PLAT # 20070238* MAY 30, 2014 HEIR TO WILLIAM GOUGH, ET AL

13-DCV208130 11/19/13

535000000000191 FORT BEND COUNTY VS. 0 BETTY E. CLIFT , AS TRUSTEE OF THE JAMES W. CLIFT MAY 30, 2014 FAMILY TRUST CREATED UNDER THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF JAMES W. CLIFT, DECEASED.

MULA LANE, PRIVATE ROADWAY, REPLAT OF MULA ROAD INDUSTRIAL PARK, VOL 24, PG 9* (ACCT # 5350-00-0000001-910/ 5350-00-000-0002-910)

571702002013090 FORT BEND COUNTY VS. 7 VALERIE ANN NELSON, ET AL MAY 30, 2014

OYSTER CREEK VILLAGE AT LAKE OLYMPIA, SEC 2, LT 13, BLK 2, SLIDE NO. 996/A*

5

6

13-DCV211051 03/25/14

QUAIL VALLEY, EL DORADO SEC, BLK 9, LT 10, VOL 7, PG 1*

Adjudged Value

Estimated Minimum Bid

$44,610.00

$13,000.00

$328,930.00

$35,000.00

$445,930.00

$76,000.00

$6,550.00

$192,980.00

$2,600.00

STATE OF TEXAS

RECENT CHANGES IN THE PROPERTY TAX CODE NOW REQUIRE PURCHASERS OF TAX SALE PROPERTY TO HAVE A STATEMENT FROM THE FORT BEND COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR CERTIFYING THAT THE PERSON/FIRM/COMPANY PURCHASING PROPERTY AT A TAX SALE OWES NO DELINQUENT PROPERTY TAXES TO ANY TAXING ENTITY WITHIN THE COUNTY. YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A TAX SALE DEED TO ANY PROPERTY YOU PURCHASE WITHOUT THIS CERTIFICATE. TO OBTAIN A CERTIFICATE, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR FORT BEND COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR AT LEAST TWO WEEKS PRIOR TO THE SALE.

vide face painting and balloon art, Pinots Palette will host a painting lesson/class and the Indo American Forum will give away free bottled water. The Star Spangled Spectacular at Constellation Field is free, but tickets are required to enter the venue due to fire code requirements. Tickets are available to Sugar Land residents through June 22 at the Imperial Park Recreation Center, 234 Matlage Way. A driver’s license is necessary to show proof of residency. There is a maximum of six tickets per household, and they will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Remaining tickets will be available to the general public beginning June 23. Concession stands at the stadium will offer an assortment of food and beverages for purchase. Outside food/ beverages will not be allowed. Parking is limited at the stadium, so residents are encouraged to take advantage of a free shuttle from Kempner High School, 14777 Voss Road, from 6-11 p.m.

BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE

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FORT BEND COUNTY

and issued pursuant to judgment decree(s) of the District Court of Fort Bend County, Texas, by the Clerk of said Court on said date, in the hereinafter numbered and styled suit(s) and to me directed and delivered as Sheriff or Constable of said County, I have on June 2, 2014, seized, levied upon, and will, on the first Tuesday in July, 2014, the same being the 1st day of said month, at 301 Jackson Street, William Travis Building, 1st Floor Meeting Room in the City of Richmond, between the hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock p.m. on said day, beginning at 10:00 AM, proceed to sell for cash to the highest bidder all the right, title, and interest of the defendants in such suit(s) in and to the following described real estate levied upon as the property of said defendants, the same lying and being situated in the County of Fort Bend and the State of Texas, to-wit:

Sale #

Cause # Judgment Date

Acct # Order Issue Date

Style of Case

Legal Description

Adjudged Value

Estimated Minimum Bid

457500002001090 FORT BEND COUNTY VS. SARA 1 GONZALES AKA SARA PLATA GONZALES AS GUARDIAN OF MAY 29, 2014 THE ESTATE OF INCAPACITATED PERSON, FRANCES GARZA PLATA AKA FRANCIS PLATA 165101002008090 FORT BEND COUNTY 1 MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT #155 VS. MARY S. WALTHERS, MAY 29, 2014 ET AL

KOEBELEN S/D, BLK 2, LT 1 & (N 28.58') LT 2, VOL 176, PG 506-A*

$109,800.00

$30,000.00

BONBROOK PLANTATION SOUTH, SEC 1, BLK 2, LT 8, REC'D IN PLAT# 20050217*

$153,500.00

$16,800.00

10-DCV182248 03/18/14

017000000549990 FORT BEND COUNTY VS. 7 WASHINGTON PERRY, ET AL MAY 29, 2014

0.19 ACRE, MORE OR LESS, M. ESCALERO SURV, ABST 170, CLERK 'S FILE NO. 8636838 & VOL 1463, PG 681*

$28,250.00

$11,800.00

4

10-DCV185507 03/25/14

783500021020090 CITY OF ROSENBERG VS. 1 GILBERT S. DURAN, ET AL MAY 29, 2014

ROSENBERG , BLK 21, LT 20, VOL 9, PG 146*

$5,100.00

$5,100.00

5

11-DCV187704 02/11/14

460000613200090 FORT BEND COUNTY VS. 7 MILLIE WATTS COOPER, AKA MILLIE S COOPER MAY 29, 2014

MAGNOLIA PLACE SUB'D, B LK 613 (PT), ACRES 2, MORE OR LESS, VOL 2, PG 6*

$68,000.00

$24,000.00

6

11-DCV187704 02/11/14

460000613200190 FORT BEND COUNTY VS. 7 MILLIE WATTS COOPER, AKA MILLIE S COOPER MAY 29, 2014

MAGNOLIA PLACE, BLK 613 (PT), ACRES 1, (E) ACRES 3, MORE OR LESS, VOL 2, PG 6*

$29,500.00

$10,800.00

7

12-DCV197019 02/18/14

320001001330090 FORT BEND COUNTY VS. 7 ROBERT HOWARD COLVIN, III, AKA ROBERT HOWARD MAY 29, 2014 COLVIN, ET AL

FRESNO ADDN, SEC 1, BLOCK 1A, LOT 33,34,35 & 36, VOL 226, PG 310*

$29,260.00

$8,300.00

8

12-DCV197019 02/18/14

320001002010090 FORT BEND COUNTY VS. 7 ROBERT HOWARD COLVIN, III, AKA ROBERT HOWARD MAY 29, 2014 COLVIN, ET AL

FRESNO ADDN, SEC 1, BLK 2 A, LOT 1 & 2, VOL 226, PG 310*

$6,400.00

$3,200.00

1

08-DCV167815 04/22/14

2

09-DCV176869 04/09/13

3

Sale #

Cause # Judgment Date

Acct # Order Issue Date

Style of Case

Legal Description

Adjudged Value

Estimated Minimum Bid

9

12-DCV198409 09/10/13

420000003180090 FORT BEND COUNTY VS. 7 LEOLA HICKS, AKA LEOLA CAMALL MAY 29, 2014

JEWEL PARK SUB'D, BLK 3, LT 18, VOL 5, PG 26*

$14,500.00

$3,100.00

10

13-DCV204537 11/12/13

783500020012090 FORT BEND COUNTY VS. 1 FRANCIS FIZER, ET AL MAY 29, 2014

CITY OF ROSENBERG, BLK 20, LT 12, VOL P, PG 146*

$5,100.00

$3,000.00

11

13-DCV209518 03/18/14

174001008009090 FORT BEND COUNTY VS. MARY BORDENS ADDN, SEC 1, BLK 8 & 1 LT 9, (PT 50 X 70'), MORE OR ELIZABETH EWINIG LESS, CITY OF RICHMOND, J T MAY 29, 2014 EDWARDS SURV, ABST 23, CLERK'S FILE# 9542128 *

$41,960.00

$26,000.00

$18,200.00

(any volume and page references, unless otherwise indicated, being to the Deed Records, Fort Bend County, Texas, to which instruments reference may be made for a more complete description of each respective tract.) or, upon the written request of said defendants or their attorney, a sufficient portion of the property described above shall be sold to satisfy said judgment(s), interest, penalties, and cost; and any property sold shall be subject to the right of redemption of the defendants or any person having an interest therein, to redeem the said property, or their interest therein, within the time and in the manner provided by law, and shall be subject to any other and further rights to which the defendants or anyone interested therein may be entitled, under the provisions of law. Said sale to be made by me to satisfy the judgment(s) rendered in the above styled and numbered cause(s), together with interest, penalties, and costs of suit, and the proceeds of said sales to be applied to the satisfaction thereof, and the remainder, if any, to be applied as the law directs.

will erupt with multi-color peonies and thunderous salutes expected to leave the audience wanting more. Live It Up Productions will also perform during the Star Spangled Spectacular. The group is based in southern California and includes a staff of accomplished producers, costume designers and choreographers who provide an array of Broadway-style song and dance shows. Their team travels the world, performing at venues such as The Mirage Casino, Mandalay Bay, Gaylord Resort in Orlando, the Palm Springs Convention Center and more. The group’s Sugar Land stop will include patriotic rock and country performances just before the Star Spangled Spectacular’s fireworks finale. Other entertainment will include fun-filled family games and interactive inflatables. There will be onsite activity stations provided by Life Essentials Chiropractic, Sugar Land Art Alliance, H-E-B, Sugar Creek Baptist Church and Shriners Hospital. Shriners Hospital will proNOTICE OF SALE

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FORT BEND COUNTY

Tickets to Fort Bend County’s largest Independence Day fireworks and family entertainment show are still available. The Star Spangled Spectacular is set for July 4, from 7-10 p.m. The festivities will culminate with a 15-minute patriotic display that will light the sky over Constellation Field, 1 Stadium Drive, home of the Sugar Land Skeeters. Fort Bend Salutes America, a group of regional musicians, will perform patriotic music for the capacity crowd just prior to the start of a pyrotechnic display rivaling any in the region. It’s a show described as constant action -- radiant color combinations like violet/lemon; aqua/pink; and the time-honored tradition of red, white and blue. Amazing effects such as crossette, twitter glittering, rings and colorchanging chrysanthemums will be mixed in to illuminate the skies in Sugar Land. The grand finale is intended to be the ultimate crowd pleaser and the most exhilarating part of the display. The sky

(any volume and page references, unless otherwise indicated, being to the Deed Records, Fort Bend County, Texas, to which instruments reference may be made for a more complete description of each respective tract.) or, upon the written request of said defendants or their attorney, a sufficient portion of the property described above shall be sold to satisfy said judgment(s), interest, penalties, and cost; and any property sold shall be subject to the right of redemption of the defendants or any person having an interest therein, to redeem the said property, or their interest therein, within the time and in the manner provided by law, and shall be subject to any other and further rights to which the defendants or anyone interested therein may be entitled, under the provisions of law. Said sale to be made by me to satisfy the judgment(s) rendered in the above styled and numbered cause(s), together with interest, penalties, and costs of suit, and the proceeds of said sales to be applied to the satisfaction thereof, and the remainder, if any, to be applied as the law directs.

RECENT CHANGES IN THE PROPERTY TAX CODE NOW REQUIRE PURCHASERS OF TAX SALE PROPERTY TO HAVE A STATEMENT FROM THE FORT BEND COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR CERTIFYING THAT THE PERSON/FIRM/COMPANY PURCHASING PROPERTY AT A TAX SALE OWES NO DELINQUENT PROPERTY TAXES TO ANY TAXING ENTITY WITHIN THE COUNTY. YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A TAX SALE DEED TO ANY PROPERTY YOU PURCHASE WITHOUT THIS CERTIFICATE. TO OBTAIN A CERTIFICATE, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR FORT BEND COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR AT LEAST TWO WEEKS PRIOR TO THE SALE. Dated at Richmond, Texas, June 2, 2014

Dated at Richmond, Texas, June 4, 2014

Constable A. J. Dorr Fort Bend County, Texas

Constable Rob Cook Fort Bend County, Texas

By Deputy

By Deputy

Notes: Notes: The Minimum Bid is the lesser of the amount awarded in the judgment plus interest and costs or the adjudged value. However, the Minimum Bid for a person owning an interest in the property or for a person who is a party to the suit (other than a taxing unit), is the aggregate amount of the judgments against the property plus all costs of suit and sale. ALL SALES SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE. THERE MAY BE ADDITIONAL TAXES DUE ON THE PROPERTY WHICH HAVE BEEN ASSESSED SINCE THE DATE OF THE JUDGMENT. For more information, contact your attorney or LINEBARGER GOGGAN BLAIR & SAMPSON, LLP., attorney for plaintiffs, at (713) 844-3576

The Minimum Bid is the lesser of the amount awarded in the judgment plus interest and costs or the adjudged value. However, the Minimum Bid for a person owning an interest in the property or for a person who is a party to the suit (other than a taxing unit), is the aggregate amount of the judgments against the property plus all costs of suit and sale. ALL SALES SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE. THERE MAY BE ADDITIONAL TAXES DUE ON THE PROPERTY WHICH HAVE BEEN ASSESSED SINCE THE DATE OF THE JUDGMENT. For more information, contact your attorney or LINEBARGER GOGGAN BLAIR & SAMPSON, LLP., attorney for plaintiffs, at (713) 844-3576


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FORT BEND REAL ESTATE Riverstone SL•$1,125,000•5/5+11/2/3 4CC

Telfair SL•$975,000•5/41/2/3 7514T

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Meadows Place•Blair Meadow•4/2/2 Meadows Place•Scottsdale•3/2/2

For All Your Real Estate Needs Call Arlene Rolsen CRS, Realtor (281) 414-8400 www.ArleneRolsen.com Sienna Planatation MC•$455,000•5/3.2/3 38CB

Pending

Riverstone SL•$374,970•4/31/2/2A 4618M

$149,900 SOLD Parkwest • Beaudry • 3/2

Reduced

SOLD

$259,900

$158,500

Meadows Place•Monticeto•4/2/2

Meadows Place • Bloomington • 3/2/2

SOLD

$139,900

Sugar Land • Sugar Sands • 3/2/2

$172,500

$144,900

AARP Sugar Land chapter AARP Sugar Land Chapter 4075 will meet on June 25th at 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for Game Day. Members will be treated to a complimentary lunch and games courtesy of Brookdale Plaza (formerly The Terrace), 16900 Lexington Blvd. Contact Diana Miller 713-7243113 to RSVP.

Have a Lot or Acreage for Sale?

CONSTABLE SALE Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution and /Order of Sale issued on the 11th day of April 2014 by the 240th Judicial District Court of Fort Bend County, Texas in cause #13-DCV-205949 in favor QUAIL RUN COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION, INC. Plaintiff, for the sum of $9,359.01++++costs as taxed on said Execution and/or Order of Sale and further the sum of executing the same. I have levied on May 1, 2014 and will offer for sale on the 1st day of July, 2014 at the William B. Travis Building, First Floor Meeting Room, 301 Jackson Street, Richmond Texas 77469-3108 of the said FORT BEND County, between the hours of ten o’ clock a.m. and four o’clock p.m., any and all rights, title, interests and claims and all rights, title, interest, and claim to which the said Defendant(s) -Charles N. Osaw had of, in, or to the following described real property, situated in Fort Bend County, Texas; viz: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: LOT 03, of BLOCK 05, OF QUAIL RUN, SECTION 4, A SUBDIVISION IN FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOL. 25, PAGE 10 OF THE PLAT RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, AS MODIFIED BY ANY SUPPLEMENTS THERETO OF REPLATS THEREOF, COMMONLY KNOWN AS 8310 BLUE QUAIL DRIVE, MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS. TERMS: CASH TIME: Sale to be held at or about 11 a.m. Ruben Davis, Constable Precinct Two Fort Bend County, Texas BY: Lieutenant G. Majors Deputy Constable # 73

CONSTABLE SALE Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution and /Order of Sale issued on the 15th day of April 2014 by the 240th Judicial District Court of Fort Bend County, Texas in cause #11-DCV-195210 in favor QUAIL GREEN SOUTH COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, INC. Plaintiff, for the sum of $6,394.63++++costs as taxed on said Execution and/or Order of Sale and further the sum of executing the same. I have levied on June 6, 2014 and will offer for sale on the 1st day of July, 2014 at the William B. Travis Building, First Floor Meeting Room, 301 Jackson Street, Richmond Texas 77469-3108 of the said FORT BEND County, between the hours of ten o’ clock a.m. and four o’clock p.m., any and all rights, title, interests and claims and all rights, title, interest, and claim to which the said Defendant(s) -Tommie Word and Robin Fuller, jointly and severally had of, in, or to the following described real property, situated in Fort Bend County, Texas; viz: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: LOT 11, BLOCK 02, OF QUAIL GREEN SOUTH, SECTION 2, AN ADDITION IN FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORD/A AS MODIFIED BY ANY SUPPLEMENTS THERETO OF REPLATS THEREOF, COMMONLY KNOWN AS 3018 EAGLE COURT, MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS. TERMS: CASH TIME: Sale to be held at or about 11 a.m. Ruben Davis, Constable Precinct Two Fort Bend County, Texas BY: Lieutenant G. Majors Deputy Constable # 73

NOTICE OF CONSTABLE SALE NOTICE OF LEVY REAL PROPERTY Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution and I or Order of Sale issued on the 14th day of April, 2014 by the 240th Judicial District Court of Fort Bend County, Texas in cause# 11-DCV-190703 in favor of the Plaintiff- Quail Valley East Community Association, Inc. Plaintiff, for the sum of $3,538.05 ++++costs as taxed on said Execution and I or Order of Sale and further the sum of executing the same. Therefore, on the 27th day of May, 2014, I, Constable Rob Cook of Precinct Three Fort Bend County, have levied on and have seized all rights, title, interest, and claim to which the said Defendant(s) - Tomica Watts had of, in, or to the following described real property, and will offer for sale on the 1st day of July, 2014 at the County Courthouse steps of Fort Bend County, Texas in the city of Richmond, Texas between the hours often o’clock a.m. and four o’clock p.m., any and all rights, title, interests and claims which the above defendant had of, in, or to the following described real property situated in Fort Bend County, Texas; viz: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: LOT 2, BLOCK 3, OF QUAIL VALLEY EAST SUBDIVISION, SECTION 1, A SUBDIVISION OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED AT VOLUME 10, PAGE 7, IN THE MAP OR PLAT RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS ADJUDGED/MARKET VALUE: $98,550.00 Property is sold with all encumbrances and liens affixed thereto. All sales are final. Terms: Cash, Cashier’s Check, or Money Order; Sale to be held at or about 10:00 A.M.

NOTICE OF CONSTABLE SALE NOTICE OF LEVY REAL PROPERTY Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution and I or Order of Sale issued on the 11th day of April, 2014 by the 240th Judicial District Court of Fort Bend County, Texas in cause# 11-DCV-192645 in favor of the Plaintiff- Hunters Glen Community Association Plaintiff, for the sum of $4,012.50 ++++costs as taxed on said Execution and I or Order of Sale and further the sum of executing the same. Therefore, on the 30th day of May, 2014, I, Constable Rob Cook of Precinct Three Fort Bend County, have levied on and have seized all rights, title, interest, and claim to which the said Defendant(s)- Kimberly 0. Reed had of, in, or to the following described real property, and will offer for sale on the 1st day of July, 2014 at the County Courthouse steps of Fort Bend County, Texas in the city of Richmond, Texas between the hours of ten o’clock a.m. and four o’clock p.m., any and all rights, title, interests and claims which the above defendant had of, in, or to the following described real property situated in Fort Bend County, Texas; viz: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: LOT 21, BLOCK 12, OF HUNTERS GLEN, SECTION 3, A SUBDIVISION OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED AT VOLUME 20, PAGE 8, IN THE MAP OR PLAT RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS ADJUDGED/MARKET VALUE: $79,440.00 Property is sold with all encumbrances and liens affixed thereto. All sales are final.

Rob Cook, Constable Precinct Three Fort Bend County, Texas BY: Lieutenant S.D. Sayers Deputy Constable #1309

Rob Cook, Constable Precinct Three Fort Bend County, Texas BY: Lieutenant S.D. Sayers Deputy Constable #1309

Terms: Cash, Cashier’s Check, or Money Order; Sale to be held at or about 10:00 A.M.

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Commissioners Court of Fort Bend County, Texas has set a public hearing on Tuesday, July 8, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. for acceptance of the traffic control plan for Canyon Lakes at Cardiff Ranch, Section 2 and Section 3, Precinct 3. The hearing will be held in the Commissioners Courtroom at 401 Jackson Street, Second Floor, Richmond, Texas. You are invited to attend and state your approval or objection on this matter. Submitted by, Dianne Wilson Fort Bend County Clerk

NOTICE OF CONSTABLES SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF FORT BEND By virtue of an Order of sale issued out of the Honorable 434TH DISTRICT COURT OF FORT BEND County on the 4TH day of JUNE 2014 by the Clerk thereof, in the case of CITY OF KATY VS. KAREN AVIS THOMPSON in Cause# 13-DCV-205990 and to me, as CONSTABLE directed and delivered, I will proceed to sell, at 10:00 0’ Clock AM on the 1st day of July, 201 4, which is the first Tuesday of said month, at the William B. Travis Building, First Floor Meeting Room, 301 Jackson Street, Richmond Texas 77469-3108 of said FORT BEND County, in the City of RICHMOND, Texas, the following described property, to wit: TRACT 1: GEO: 5410010010050914 LOT 5 IN BLOCK 1 OF TOWN SITE OF KATY, A SUBDIVISION IN FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 65, PAGE 476 OF THE DEED RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS; BEING THE SAME PROPERTY IDENTIFIED ON THE PLAINTIFF’S TAX ROLLS AS ACCOUNT NO. R89419. TRACT 2: GEO: 5410010010060914 LOT 6 IN BLOCK 1 OF TOWN SITE OF KATY, A SUBDIVISION IN FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 65, PAGE 476 OF THE DEED RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS; BEING THE SAME PROPERTY IDENTIFIED ON THE PLAINTIFF’S TAX ROLLS AS ACCOUNT NO. R89420. TRACT 3: GEO: 541001001 0070914 LOT 7 IN BLOCK 1 OF TOWN SITE OF KATY, A SUBDIVISION IN FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 65, PAGE 476 OF THE DEED RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS; BEING THE SAME PROPERTY IDENTIFIED ON THE PLAINTIFF’S TAX ROLLS AS ACCOUNT NO. R89421. Levied on the 6TH day of JUNE, 2014 as the property of KAREN AVIS THOMPSON to satisfy a judgment amounting to $10,614.46, representing delinquent taxes, penalties, interest, and attorney’s fees through the date of judgment, plus all costs of court, costs of sale, and post judgment penalties and interest recoverable by law in favor of CITY OF KATY, KATY INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT/ FORT BEND COUNTY. ALL BIDDERS MUST COMPLY WITH SECTION 34.015 OF THE TEXAS PROPERTY TAX CODE. GIVEN UNDER MY HAND THIS 6TH DAY OF JUNE 2014. Rob Cook, Constable Precinct Three Fort Bend County, Texas BY: John Morales Deputy Constable #1308

NOTICE OF CONSTABLE SALE NOTICE OF LEVY REAL PROPERTY Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution issued on the 27th day of May, 2014 by the Justice Court of Precinct 5, Place 1 of Harris County, Texas in cause # CV51 C0148360 in favor of the Plaintiff - Peter Atkinson Plaintiff, for the sum of $7,226.57 ++++costs as taxed on said Execution and further the sum of executing the same. Therefore, on the 5th day of June, 2014, I, Constable Rob Cook of Precinct Three Fort Bend County, have levied on and have seized all rights, title, interest, and claim to which the said Defendant(s)- John Winkler, Tammy Winkler, DBA J W Specialties had of, in, or to the following described real property, and will offer for sale on the 1st day of July, 2014 at 301 Jackson Street, William Travis Building, first floor meeting room, in Fort Bend County, Texas in the city of Richmond, Texas between the hours often o’clock a.m. and four o’clock p.m., any and all rights, title, interests and claims which the above defendant had of, in, or to the following described real property situated in Fort Bend County, Texas; viz: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: FOSTER CREEK EST SEC 1, ACRES 2.00, TRACT 1-A (ACCOUNT # 3180-01-000- 0011901) (DEED PAGE 2006091685) ADJUDGED/MARKET VALUE: $60,800.00 Property is sold with all encumbrances and liens affixed thereto. All sales are final. Terms: Cash, Cashier’s Check, or Money Order; Sale to be held at or about 10:00 A.M. Rob Cook, Constable Precinct Three Fort Bend County, Texas BY: Lieutenant S.D. Sayers Deputy Constable #1309

NOTICE OF CONSTABLE SALE NOTICE OF LEVY REAL PROPERTY Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution and I or Order of Sale issued on the 3rd day of April, 2014 by the 434th Judicial District Court of Fort Bend County, Texas in cause# 10-DCV-186382 in favor of the Plaintiff- Hunters Glen, Section IV Association Plaintiff, for the sum of $5,304.59 ++++costs as taxed on said Execution and I or Order of Sale and further the sum of executing the same. Therefore, on the 30th day of May, 2014, I, Constable Rob Cook of Precinct Three Fort Bend County, have levied on and have seized all rights, title, interest, and claim to which the said Defendant(s) -Loretta Wallace had of, in, or to the following described real property, and will offer for sale on the 1st day of July, 2014 at the County Courthouse steps of Fort Bend County, Texas in the city of Richmond, Texas between the hours of ten o’clock a.m. and four o’clock p.m., any and all rights, title, interests and claims which the above defendant had of, in, or to the following described real property situated in Fort Bend County, Texas; viz: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: LOT 27, BLOCK 6, OF HUNTERS GLEN, SECTION IV, A SUBDIVISION OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED AT VOLUME 22, PAGE 26 IN THE MAP OR PLAT RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS ADJUDGED/MARKET VALUE: $95,260.00 Property is sold with all encumbrances and liens affixed thereto. All sales are final. Terms: Cash, Cashier’s Check, or Money Order; Sale to be held at or about 10:00 A.M. Rob Cook, Constable Precinct Three Fort Bend County, Texas BY: M. Scheibel Deputy Constable #1331

I will Buy From You • Even if in Foreclosure Specially in Fort Bend and Harris County!

Call David Today • 713-298-7543

NOTICE TO BIDDERS OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE DAM 1 AND DAM 2 The City of Sugar Land seeks bids for furnishing all labor, material, and equipment, and performing all work required for the following project in the City: CIP PROJECT NAME: Operations and Maintenance Repairs to Dam 1 and Dam 2 CIP PROJECT NUMBER: DR 1402 LOCATION OF WORK: Imperial Road (Dam 1) and Oyster Creek Dam Bridge (Dam 2) Plans, specifications, and bidding documents may be obtained by registering with Public Purchase www.publicpurchase.com, or contact Jason Poscovsky CPPB, Contracts Manager jposcovsky@sugarlandtx.gov. Sealed bids in triplicate, one (1) original and two (2) copies, shall be delivered to the City of Sugar Land, Office of the City Secretary, 2700 Town Center Boulevard North, Suite 122, Sugar Land, Texas, 77479, on or before 11:00 a.m. Thursday, July 3, 2014, at which time bids will be publicly opened and read. Bids received after the opening date and time will not be considered. For questions regarding this bid contact Jason Poscovsky CPPB, Contracts Manager, City of Sugar Land, (281) 275-2302, jposcovsky@sugarlandtx.gov by Thursday, June 26, 2014 before 5:00 p.m. City Council will award the contract as provided in the Invitation to Bid and give notice within thirty (30) calendar days after the opening date and time. Glenda Gundermann, TRMC, CMC City Secretary

NOTICE TO BIDDERS SETTLERS WAY LIFT STATION (NO.116) REHABILITATION The City of Sugar Land seeks bids for furnishing all labor, material, and equipment, and performing all work required for the following project in the City: CIP PROJECT NAME: Settlers Way Lift Station (No. 116) Rehabilitation CIP PROJECT NUMBER: WW1301 LOCATION OF WORK: 3441 Settlers Way, Sugar Land, Texas Plans, specifications, and bidding documents may be obtained from the following office with payment of $75.00 to Sander Engineering Corporation, Attn: Erik Miller, P.E., (713) 7844830, 1250 West Sam Houston Parkway; Suite 400; Houston, TX 77042. Sealed bids one (1) original and two (2) copies, shall be delivered to the City of Sugar Land, Office of the City Secretary, 2700 Town Center Boulevard North, Suite 122, Sugar Land, Texas, 77479, on or before 11:00 a.m. Thursday, July 10, 2014, at which time bids will be publicly opened and read. Bids received after the opening date and time will not be considered. A non-mandatory pre-bid meeting for all interested parties will be held 2:00 p.m., Thursday, June 26, 2014, City Hall Brazos Room, 2700 Town Center Boulevard North, Sugar Land, TX 77479. For questions regarding this bid contact Erik Miller, P.E., emiller@sandereng.com, Sander Engineering, (713) 784-4830 by 12:00 p.m. Noon, Wednesday, July 2, 2014 City Council will award the contract as provided in the Invitation to Bid and give notice of the contract award within sixty (60) calendar days after the opening date and time. Glenda Gundermann, TRMC, CMC City Secretary

NOTICE TO PROPOSERS PUBLIC WORKS SERVICE CENTER The City of Sugar Land seeks proposals for furnishing all labor, material, and equipment, and performing all work required for the following project in the City: CIP PROJECT NAME: Public Works Service Center CIP PROJECT NUMBER: MU1302 LOCATION OF WORK: 111 Gillingham Lane, Sugar Land, TX 77478 Plans, specifications, and bidding documents may be obtained at the following office and location with payment of $50.00 to Huitt-Zollars, Inc.; 1500 S. Dairy Ashford, Suite 200; Houston, TX 77077; (281) 496-0066. Sealed proposals one (1) original and five (5) copies, shall be delivered to the City of Sugar Land, Office of the City Secretary, 2700 Town Center Boulevard North, Suite 122, Sugar Land, TX 77479, on or before 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 10, 2014, at which time proposals will be publicly opened and read. Proposals received after the opening date and time will not be considered. A non-mandatory pre-proposal meeting for all interested parties will be held 9:30 A.M., Thursday, June 19, 2014, Brazos Room, City Hall, 2700 Town Center Boulevard North, Sugar Land, TX 77479. Questions regarding this proposal must be received by Monday, June 30, 2014, on or before 3:00 p.m. Please contact Greg Wine, P.E. at Huitt-Zollars, (281) 496-0066. gwine@ huitt-zollars.com The City Council will award the contract as provided in the Request for Competitive Sealed Proposals. The City of Sugar Land will give notice of the contract award within ninety (90) calendar days after the opening date and time. Glenda Gundermann, TRMC, CMC City Secretary


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FILM REVIEW: 21 Jump Street

This is a silly, farcical movie, but it’s funny. Jonah Hill, 30, and Channing Tatum, 34, are once again zany undercover cops who are working the college scene this go round which might seem even more ridiculous, but if it makes me laugh, then all is forgiven. The first partnership of Schmidt and Jenko

occurred in 21 Jump Street (2012), and it grossed $134 million. I predict that 22 will gross more. I know because of scientific data: the teenagers in my audience screamed with laughter! They were giddy; boys and girls. The formula has not changed. Captain Dickson (Ice Cube) hollers and cusses

CONSTABLE SALE Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution and /Order of Sale issued on the 6th day of MAY 2014 by the 400th Judicial District Court of Fort Bend County, Texas in cause #13-DCV-207227 in favor QUAIL RUN COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION, INC. Plaintiff, for the sum of $10,251.76++++costs as taxed on said Execution and/or Order of Sale and further the sum of executing the same. I have levied on May 20, 2014 and will offer for sale on the 1st day of July, 2014 at the William B. Travis Building, First Floor Meeting Room, 301 Jackson Street, Richmond Texas 77469-3108 of the said FORT BEND County, between the hours of ten o’ clock a.m. and four o’clock p.m., any and all rights, title, interests and claims and all rights, title, interest, and claim to which the said Defendant(s) CYNTHIA BATTLE AKA CYNTHIA ANN BENNETT had of, in, or to the following described real property, situated in Fort Bend County, Texas; viz: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: LOT 01, BLOCK 06, SECTION FOUR (4) OF QUAIL RUN, AN ADDITION IN FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 25, PAGE 10 OF THE PLAT RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, AS MODIFIED BY ANY SUPPLEMENTS THERETO OR REPLATS 8227 SUMMER QUAIL DRIVE, MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS, 77489. TERMS: CASH TIME: Sale to be held at or about 11 a.m. Ruben Davis, Constable Precinct Two Fort Bend County, Texas BY: Lieutenant G. Majors Deputy Constable # 73

CONSTABLE SALE Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution and /Order of Sale issued on the 15th day of April 2014 by the 268th Judicial District Court of Fort Bend County, Texas in cause #07-DCV-155375 in favor QUAIL RUN COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION, INC. Plaintiff, for the sum of $6,477.87++++costs as taxed on said Execution and/or Order of Sale and further the sum of executing the same. I have levied on May 1, 2014 and will offer for sale on the 1st day of July, 2014 at the William B. Travis Building, First Floor Meeting Room, 301 Jackson Street, Richmond Texas 77469-3108 of the said FORT BEND County, between the hours of ten o’ clock a.m. and four o’clock p.m., any and all rights, title, interests and claims and all rights, title, interest, and claim to which the said Defendant(s) RICHVIEW INVESTMENTS CORP. had of, in, or to the following described real property, situated in Fort Bend County, Texas; viz: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: LOT 03, of BLOCK 02, SECTION ONE OF QUAIL RUN, AN ADDITION IN FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOL. 22, PAGE 14 OF THE PLAT RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, AS MODIFIED BY ANY SUPPLEMENTS THERETO OF REPLATS THEREOF, COMMONLY KNOWN AS 16827 GREEN QUAI DRIVE, MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS 77489. TERMS: CASH TIME: Sale to be held at or about 11 a.m. Ruben Davis, Constable Precinct Two Fort Bend County, Texas BY: Lieutenant G. Majors Deputy Constable # 73

CONSTABLE SALE Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution and/or Order of Sale attached Writ of Venditioni Exponas issued on May 21, 2014, by the 400th Judicial District Court of Fort Bend County, Texas in Cause #09-DCV-176910 in favor of the plaintiff- First Community Bank, NA Assigned to National Judgment Recovery Center, L.P, plaintiff, for the sum of$ 295,054.46++++ costs as taxed on said execution and/or order of sale and further the sum of executing the same. I have levied on June 6TH, 2014 and will offer for sale on the 1st day of July, 2014 at the County Courthouse steps of Fort Bend County, Texas in the city of Richmond, Texas between the hours ofTen O’clock A.M. and Four O’clock P.M., and all rights, title, interests, and claims which the said Defendant (s)- Raymond G. Tiedje had of, in or to the following described Real Property situated in Fort Bend County, Texas; viz: Legal Description: ALL OF RESERVE “A-1-2” OF REPLAT OF THE PROMENADE AT STAFFORD RUN, RESERVE “A-1”, A SUBDIVISION IN FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN/UNDER SLIDE NO. 1970/A, A MAP OR PLAT RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS BEING ADDITIONALLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS: A 1.7461 ACRE TRACT KNOWN AS UNRESTRICTED RESERVE “A-1-2” BEING A PORTION OF UNRESTRICTED RESERVE “A-1”, OF THE PROMENADE AT STAFFORD RUN, AS RECORDED UNDER SLIDE(S) 1595/A OF THE PLAT OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, SAID 1.7461 ACRE TRACT BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A FOUND 1/2 INCH IRON PIPE (SURVEY FOUND A 1 INCH IRON PIPE BEARING SOUTH 14 DEGREES 34 MINUTES 10 SECONDS WEST, 0.84 FEET), MARKING THE NORTH CORNER OF THE HEREIN DESCRIBED TRACT; THENCE SOUTH 60 DEGREES 43 MINUTES 01 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SOUTH MAIN STREET, A DISTANCE OF 411.16 FEET TO A 60D-NAIL SET IN A TREE, MARKING THE EAST CORNER OF THE HEREIN DESCRIBED TRACT; THENCE SOUTH 30 DEGREES 36 MINUTES 46 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 229.89 FEET TO A SET 1/2 INCH IRON ROD (SURVEY FOUND A 5/8 INCH IRON ROD BEARING SOUTH 59 DEGREES 18 MINUTES 01 SECONDS EAST, 237.75 FEET), MARKING THE SOUTH CORNER OF THE HEREIN DESCRIBED TRACT; THENCE NORTH 59 DEGREES 18 MINUTES 01 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 135.96 FEET TO A SET 1/2 INCH IRON ROD FOR AN ANGLE POINT; THENCE NORTH 08 DEGREES 47 MINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 16.10 FEET TO A SET 1/2 INCH IRON ROD FOR AN ANGLE POINT; THENCE NORTH 59 DEGREES 20 MINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 139.43 FEET TO A FOUND 1/2 INCH IRON ROD, MARKING THE WEST CORNER OF THE HEREIN DESCRIBED TRACT; THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 31 MINUTES 57 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 242.52 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING AND CONTAINING 1.7461 ACRES OR 76,058 SQUARE FEET, MORE OR LESS. THAT BEING THE SAME PROPERTY CONVEYED TO RAYMOND G. TIEDJE BY GENERAL WARRANTY DEED DATED JANUARY 29,2010 AND RECORDED FOR RECORD UNDER FILE NO. 2010009590 IN THE OFFICIAL RECORDS OF REAL PROPERTY OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS. 0 S . MAIN STREET STAFFORD, TEXAS 77477. TERMS: CASH TIME: Sale to be held at or about 11 a.m. Ruben Davis, Constable Precinct Two Fort Bend County, Texas BY: Lieutenant G. Majors Deputy Constable # 73

at the lads and directs them to find the big dope dealer who is pushing WHYPHY. I’m still not sure what that drug is supposed to be, but I know it is not to be confused with Wi-Fi. That was a running joke if you require a slice of the humor. Two-time Academy Award Nominee Hill (Moneyball and The Wolf of Wall Street) has not forgotten his roots and returned to comedy which is his sweet spot. Hunky Channing Tatum has also shown his versatility in this role. In 2012, he starred in Magic Mike and 21 Jump Street. Clothes on and clothes off. Tatum was Magic Mike. And he has a “quirky” personality according to one of my friends. Not sure what quirky means so let me know after you see this flick. The chemistry between Hill and Tatum is balanced and wacky as they try to catch the bad guys while hanging around the frat house participating in power drinking and slam poetry. The bad guy in this story is The Ghost played by Peter “Fargo” Stormare (1996). He played Gaear Grimsrud; not the guy in the wood chipper (Buscemi). Back to Hill and Tatum; I’ve seen them evNOTICE OF CONSTABLES SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF FORT BEND By virtue of an Order of sale issued out of the Honorable 400TH DISTRICT COURT OF FORT BEND County on the 4TH day of JUNE 2014 by the Clerk thereof, in the case of FORT BEND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VS. YVONNE B. HENSON in Cause #10-DCV-186397 and to me, as CONSTABLE directed and delivered, I will proceed to sell, at 10:00 0’ Clock AM on the 1st day of July, 201 4, which is the first Tuesday of said month, at the William B. Travis Building, First Floor Meeting Room, 301 Jackson Street, Richmond Texas 77469-3108 of said FORT BEND County, in the City of RICHMOND, Texas, the following described property, to wit: TRACT 1: GEO: 2150080060320907 LOT THIRTY-TWO (32), BLOCK SIX (6), OF BRIARGATE, SECTION EIGHT (8), A SUBDIVISION IN FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, ACCORDING TO TilE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED VOLUME 22, PAGE 7, OF THE MAP RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS. Levied on the 5TH day of JUNE, 2014 as the property of YVONNE B. HENSON, 7630 FAIRCHILD ROAD, RICHMOND, TX 77469 to satisfy a judgment amounting to $16,560.69, representing delinquent taxes, penalties, interest, and attorney’s fees through the date of judgment, plus all costs of court, costs of sale, and post judgment penalties and interest recoverable by law in favor of FORT BEND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT, CITY OF HOUSTON; FORT BEND COUNTY GENERAL FUND; FORT BEND COUNTY DRAINAGE DISTRICT AND FORT BEND COUNTY LATERAL ROAD AND FLOOD CONTROL. ALL BIDDERS MUST COMPLY WITH SECTION 34.015 OF THE TEXAS PROPERTY TAX CODE. GIVEN UNDER MY HAND THIS 5TH DAY OF JUNE 2014. Rob Cook, Constable Precinct Three Fort Bend County, Texas BY: M. SCHEIBEL Deputy Constable #1331 NOTICE OF CONSTABLE SALE NOTICE OF LEVY REAL PROPERTY Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution and I or Order of Sale issued on the 11th day of April, 2014 by the 434th Judicial District Court of Fort Bend County, Texas in cause# 12-DCV-202340 in favor of the Plaintiff - Briargate Community Improvement Association Plaintiff, for the sum of $3,020.14 ++++costs as taxed on said Execution and I or Order of Sale and further the sum of executing the same. Therefore, on the 27th day of May, 2014, I, Constable Rob Cook of Precinct Three Fort Bend County, have levied on and have seized all rights, title, interest, and claim to which the said Defendant( s) - Glenda Costly and Roy J. Costly had of, in, or to the following described real property, and will offer for sale on the 1st day of July, 2014 at the County Courthouse steps of Fort Bend County, Texas in the city of Richmond, Texas between the hours often o’clock a.m. and four o’clock p.m., any and all rights, title, interests and claims which the above defendant had of, in, or to the following described real property situated in Fort Bend County, Texas; viz: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: LOT 28, BLOCK 1, OF BRIARGATE, SECTION 6, A SUBDIVISION OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED AT VOLUME 18, PAGE 6, IN THE MAP OR PLAT RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS ADJUDGED/MARKET VALUE: $68,240.00 Property is sold with all encumbrances and liens affixed thereto. All sales are final. Terms: Cash, Cashier’s Check, or Money Order; Sale to be held at or about 10:00 A.M. Rob Cook, Constable Precinct Three Fort Bend County, Texas BY: Lieutenant S.D. Sayers Deputy Constable #1309

Aristocats Kids Musical Comes to Sugar Land. Children from the greater Sugar Land/Missouri City area come together to bring a

free presentation of the Disney’s Aristocats Kids Musical on Friday, June 20 at 7 p.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,

erywhere on TV touting this movie. Have you seen them on a commercial with Clyde Drexler and Robert Horry on the NBA Finals? Jonah Hill asks if those two think he’s a good actor and there’s dead silence. Hill did that ad in his downtrodden Schmidt character. Props to the lovely Amber Stevens who plays Schmidt’s love interest and just happens to be the captain’s daughter. Uh-oh.

We are supposed to feel sorry for Schmidt (Hill) while Jenko (Tatum) gets the girl and boy. There are definitely gray areas in the sexuality of these guys. Must be vogue because the gag was ongoing. And the teenagers howled. I left the theatre in a good mood and was never bored. Rock ‘n Roll. Grade 87. Larry H.

NOTICE OF CONSTABLES SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF FORT BEND By virtue of an Order of sale issued out of the Honorable 434TH DISTRICT COURT OF FORT BEND County on the 29TH day of MAY 2014 by the Clerk thereof, in the case of FORT BEND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VS. ROBERT L. BOSLEY, ET UX in Cause #09-DCV-169016 and to me, as CONSTABLE directed and delivered, I will proceed to sell, at 10:00 0’ Clock AM on the 1st day of July, 201 4, which is the first Tuesday of said month, at the William B. Travis Building, First Floor Meeting Room, 301 Jackson Street, Richmond Texas 77469-3108 of said FORT BEND County, in the City of RICHMOND, Texas, the following described property, to wit: TRACT 1: GEO: 2150130010 170907 LOTS FIFTEEN (15), SIXTEEN (16) AND SEVENTEEN (17), IN BLOCK ONE (l), OF REPLAT OF BRIARGATE, SECTION THIRTEEN (13), ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN SLIDE NO. 783A, OF THE MAP RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS. Levied on the 2ND day of JUNE, 2014 as the property of ROBERT L. BOSLEY, GLORIA H. BOSLEY to satisfy a judgment amounting to $37,002.73, representing delinquent taxes, penalties, interest, and attorney’s fees through the date of judgment, plus all costs of court, costs of sale, and post judgment penalties and interest recoverable by law in favor of FORT BEND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT, CITY OF HOUSTON; FORT BEND COUNTY GENERAL FUND; FORT BED COUNTY DRAINAGE DISTRICT AND FORT BEND COUNTY LATERAL FLOOD ROAD CONTROL. ALL BIDDERS MUST COMPLY WITH SECTION 34.015 OF THE TEXAS PROPERTY TAX CODE. GIVEN UNDER MY HAND THIS 5TH DAY OF JUNE 2014. Rob Cook, Constable Precinct Three Fort Bend County, Texas BY: M. SCHEIBEL Deputy Constable #1331 NOTICE OF CONSTABLE SALE NOTICE OF LEVY REAL PROPERTY Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution and I or Order of Sale issued on the 15111 day of April, 2014 by the 400th Judicial District Court of Fort Bend County, Texas in cause# 12-DCV-197424 in favor of the Plaintiff - Briargate Community Improvement Association Plaintiff, for the sum of $3,680.09 ++++costs as taxed on said Execution and I or Order of Sale and further the sum of executing the same. Therefore, on the 20th day of May, 2014, I, Constable Rob Cook of Precinct Three Fort Bend County, have levied on and have seized all rights, title, interest, and claim to which the said Defendant(s) - Portland N. Dyer and Cary Dyer had of, in, or to the following described real property, and will offer for sale on the 1st day of July, 2014 at the County Courthouse steps of Fort Bend County, Texas in the city of Richmond, Texas between the hours of ten o’clock a.m. and four o’clock p.m., any and all rights, title, interests and claims which the above defendant had of, in, or to the following described real property situated in Fort Bend County, Texas; viz: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: LOT 17, BLOCK 5, OF BRIARGATE, SECTION THREE, A SUBDIVISION OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED AT VOLUME 9, PAGE 7 IN THE MAP OR PLAT RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS ADJUDGED/MARKET VALUE: $70,630.00 Property is sold with all encumbrances and liens affixed thereto. All sales are final. Terms: Cash, Cashier’s Check, or Money Order; Sale to be held at or about 10:00 A.M. Rob Cook, Constable Precinct Three Fort Bend County, Texas BY: Lieutenant S.D. Sayers Deputy Constable #1309

NOTICE OF CONSTABLES SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF FORT BEND By virtue of an Order of sale issued out of the Honorable 268TH DISTRICT COURT OF FORT BEND County on the 23RD day of APRIL 2014 by the Clerk thereof, in the case of FORT BEND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VS. HOA VAN TRAN, ET AL in Cause #13-DCV-204757 and to me, as CONSTABLE directed and delivered, I will proceed to sell, at 10:00 0’ Clock AM on the 1st day of July, 201 4, which is the first Tuesday of said month, at the William B. Travis Building, First Floor Meeting Room, 301 Jackson Street, Richmond Texas 77469-3108 of said FORT BEND County, in the City of RICHMOND, Texas, the following described property, to wit: TRACT 1: GEO: 6135020020030907 LOT 3 IN BLOCK 2 OF PARK POINTE SECTION 2, A SUBDIVISION IN FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED UNDER SLIDE NO. 1456/A OF THE PLAT RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS. Levied on the 25TH day of APRIL, 2014 as the property of HOA VAN TRAN, ET AL to satisfy a judgment amounting to $7,390.22, representing delinquent taxes, penalties, interest, and attorney’s fees through the date of judgment, plus all costs of court, costs of sale, and post judgment penalties and interest recoverable by law in favor of FORT BEND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT; FORT BEND COUNTY GENERAL FUND. ALL BIDDERS MUST COMPLY WITH SECTION 34.015 OF THE TEXAS PROPERTY TAX CODE. GIVEN UNDER MY HAND THIS 5TH DAY OF JUNE 2014. Rob Cook, Constable Precinct Three Fort Bend County, Texas BY: LIEUTENANT S. D. SAYERS Deputy Constable #1309 NOTICE OF CONSTABLES SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF FORT BEND By virtue of an Order of sale issued out of the Honorable 268TH DISTRICT COURT OF FORT BEND County on the 4TH day of JUNE 2014 by the Clerk thereof, in the case of FORT BEND COUNTY VS. JOSE M. YGLESIAS, AKA JOSE M. YGLESIAS JR. AKA JOSE MANUEL YGLESIAS, ET AL in Cause #11-DCV-192558 and to me, as CONSTABLE directed and delivered, I will proceed to sell, at 10:00 0’ Clock AM on the 1st day of July, 201 4, which is the first Tuesday of said month, at the William B. Travis Building, First Floor Meeting Room, 301 Jackson Street, Richmond Texas 77469-3108 of said FORT BEND County, in the City of RICHMOND, Texas, the following described property, to wit: TRACT 1 GEO: 8100010202700907 LOT 27 IN BLOCK 20 OF TOWNEWEST, SECTION 1, REPLAT, A SUBDIVISION IN FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 16, PAGE 1 OF THE PLAT RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS. Levied on the 6TH day of JUNE, 2014 as the property of JOSE M YGLESIAS AKA JOSE M. YGLESIAS JR AKA JOSE MANUEL YGLESIAS, MARIO A. ORTEGA AKA MARIO ALCARAZ ORTEGA, TOWNEWEST HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC., A TEXAS NON-PROFIT CORPORATION to satisfy a judgment amounting to $5,692.07, representing delinquent taxes, penalties, interest, and attorney’s fees through the date of judgment, plus all costs of court, costs of sale, and post judgment penalties and interest recoverable by law in favor of FORT BEND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT; FORT BEND COUNTY MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT # 2, FORT BEND COUNTY. ALL BIDDERS MUST COMPLY WITH SECTION 34.015 OF THE TEXAS PROPERTY TAX CODE. GIVEN UNDER MY HAND THIS 6TH DAY OF JUNE 2014. Rob Cook, Constable Precinct Three Fort Bend County, Texas BY: LIEUTENANT S. D. SAYERS Deputy Constable #1309

14555 Lexington Blvd., Sugar Land. Come follow the Aristocats, Alley Cats and the Army of Dogs around the streets of Paris in this exciting musical. Families with children 4 years old and older are invited to enjoy this great Disney musical. For more information contact director, Corinne Walker, 713-557-6434.

NOTICE OF CONSTABLES SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF FORT BEND By virtue of an Order of sale issued out of the Honorable 400TH DISTRICT COURT OF FORT BEND County on the 4TH day of JUNE 2014 by the Clerk thereof, in the case of FORT BEND COUNTY VS. ALEJANDRO ZUNIGA in Cause # 13-DCV -211076 and to me, as CONSTABLE directed and delivered, I will proceed to sell, at 10:00 0’ Clock AM on the 1st day of July, 201 4, which is the first Tuesday of said month, at the William B. Travis Building, First Floor Meeting Room, 301 Jackson Street, Richmond Texas 77469-3108 of said FORT BEND County, in the City of RICHMOND, Texas, the following described property, to wit: TRACT 1: GEO: 8907010040070907 LOT 7 IN BLOCK 4 OF REPLAT OF VICKSBURG: VILLAGE OF SHILOH SECTION l , A SUBDIVISION IN FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF IN UNDER CLIENT SLIDES 843/A OF THE MAP RECORDS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS. Levied on the 5TH day of JUNE, 2014 as the property of ALEJANDRO ZUNIGA to satisfy a judgment amounting to $10,519.41, representing delinquent taxes, penalties, interest, and attorney’s fees through the date of judgment, plus all costs of court, costs of sale, and post judgment penalties and interest recoverable by law in favor of FORT BEND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT; FORT BEND COUNTY MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT# 48; FORT BEND COUNTY. ALL BIDDERS MUST COMPLY WITH SECTION 34.015 OF THE TEXAS PROPERTY TAX CODE. GIVEN UNDER MY HAND THIS 5TH DAY OF JUNE 2014. Rob Cook, Constable Precinct Three Fort Bend County, Texas BY: LIEUTENANT S.D. SAYERS Deputy Constable #1309 NOTICE OF CONSTABLES SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF FORT BEND By virtue of an Order of sale issued out of the Honorable 240TH DISTRICT COURT OF FORT BEND County on the 4TH day of JUNE 2014 by the Clerk thereof, in the case OF FORT BEND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VS. NIRANJAN S. PATEL, INDIVIDUALLY & DBA STAFFORD MOBlLE HOME PARK, INC. in Cause# 12-DCV-203255 and to me, as CONSTABLE directed and delivered, I will proceed to sell, at 10:00 0’ Clock AM on the 1st day of July, 201 4, which is the first Tuesday of said month, at the William B. Travis Building, First Floor Meeting Room, 301 Jackson Street, Richmond Texas 77469-3108 of said FORT BEND County, in the City of RICHMOND, Texas, the following described property, to wit: TRACT l: GEO: 9999010641014907 PERSONAL PROPERTY CONSISTING OF A MOBILE HOME ONLY, MOBILE HOME SERIAL# CHMS 101235, MOBILE HOME LABEL# PFS 0330335, LOCATED IN SPACE 101 IN STAFFORD MOBILE HOME PARK, FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS. TRACT 2: GEO: 9999010643661907 PERSONAL PROPERTY CONSISTING OF A MOBILE HOME ONLY, MOBILE HOME SERIAL# V401238, MOBILE HOME LABEL# RAD0859124, LOCATED IN SPACE 366 IN STAFFORD MOBILE HOME PARK, FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS. Levied on the 6TH day of JUNE, 2014 as the property of NIRANJAN S. PATEL, INDIVIDUALLY & DBA STAFFORD MOBILE HOME PARK, INC. to satisfy a judgment amounting to $5,713.31, representing delinquent taxes, penalties, interest, and attorney’s fees through the date of judgment, plus all costs of court, costs of sale, and post judgment penalties and interest recoverable by law in favor of FORT BEND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT/ FORT BEND COUNTY. ALL BIDDERS MUST COMPLY WITH SECTION 34.015 OF THE TEXAS PROPERTY TAX CODE. GIVEN UNDER MY HAND THIS 6TH DAY OF JUNE 2014. Rob Cook, Constable Precinct Three Fort Bend County, Texas BY: LIEUTENANT S.D. SAYERS Deputy Constable #1309


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