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New law kicked in. ................................... from page 1 Safety issues cited...................................... from page 1 reporter and interim publisher of the Katy Times, Nick Georgandis. To date he has not been charged with any offense but the search warrants list violations of Texas statues for online harassment; “Internet Impersonation” which is a third degree felony and “Spoofing,” a class A misdemeanor. “Spoofing” is a word used to describe sending an electronic message to someone while using the identifying information (social network identity, phone number, or picture) of an unsuspecting third person, without their consent. Laws affecting “Online Harassment” through electronic media were enacted by the last session of the Texas Legislature and became enforceable law on September 1, 2009. Since then it has been a crime to spoof, post as another person, or post personal information about anyone without their consent intending to harm, defraud, intimidate, or threaten any person. According to the search war-

rant executed and returned by Sheriff’s Detective Jeff Kapche, Georgandis posed as two former star Katy football players who were away at college. The warrant states that at the time impersonations occurred Aundre Dean was at UCLA--he has since moved to TCU, and Trent Hunter, was and remains, at Texas A&M University. The documents spell out that the young men were made aware of the fake Facebook sites when female friends began to complain about inappropriate sexual comments the “players” were posting on the women’s Facebook pages. Hunter was called to task about his online behavior by Texas A&M University after a recipient’s husband contacted the school. Had he been the one participating in the lewd online behavior, he was at risk of losing his scholarship. Both young men were cleared and the investigation into Georgandis continues, although he is no longer affiliated with the Katy Times news-

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paper. The investigation into Georgandis uncovered some even more bazaar behavior by adults. Although there have been ancillary reports of juvenile victims, none were listed or alluded to in the search warrant affidavits; only adult women. According to those close to the case, and statements referred to in the search warrant affidavit, there were adult women from the Katy area sent partially nude photos to whom they thought were the teen boys. It was not. The documents further outlined that on February 13, 2010 a site called Nawty, Nawty Katy was set up revealing some of the photographs sent by area women to the imposter. Social networking sites are the latest form of advertising; however, the old adage still hold true--buyer beware. Before you post, one must know what your goals are and how it will affect your organization--even if it’s an organization of one.

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tower, as it is proposed, will be located behind his house. “There is a maintenance area with a couple of water tanks located right off the boundary between New Territory and Telfair (eastern edge of New Territory and western edge of Telfair and bounded on the north by a portion of Robinsons Landing). As soon as I voiced my objection, I was asked by a board member ‘How did I find out about this proposal?’ T-Mobile had a representative there doing a presentation on this day. The meeting went on for a long time and the board wanted to vote for the proposal that night itself. One of the neighborhood representatives reminded the board that in the past they had been asked to communicate this proposal to all the residents but that had not happened. In fact as a response to my objection a board member commented that it was unreasonable to expect the association to send out 4,600 letters and wait for their responses before making a decision on the proposal,” Chandnani explained. The board voted to postpone the vote until the March 15 meeting but since that time rumors indicate that date could be changed to March 22 “due to Spring Break.” Chandnani and a growing number of his neighbors are a bit suspicious about how the T-Mobile contract is being handled. The first thing that sparked their curiosity was the reaction of the board when Chandnani posed the initial question at the meeting and the main concern on the part of the board was “how did you find out about it.” Chandnani said he would have thought the proposal should have been discussed and notices sent to residents a long time before he broached the issue. And, the board’s contention that they could not contact everyone in the subdivision has seemingly sparked a grassroots effort by Chandnani and his neighbors throughout the community, to do just that. Since the Feb. 15 meeting, the word is spreading like wildfire and, thus far, those that are hearing about it are expressing deep concerns about the impact a large tower will have on those residents who live adjacent to the location where the tower would be placed and the community as a whole. Volunteers are using e-mails and knocking on doors to alert as many of their fellow residents as possible. In the meantime, the New Territory website is putting up a lot of additional information that could be construed as helpful. But, then again, it could also be deemed “confusing.”  Shortly after Chandnani appeared before the board, they posted a “concep-

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tualized drawing” of the proposed tower and also posted information from the pending contract. The drawing does not show any homes near the tower location when, in fact, there are homes bordering the location. T-Mobile has agreed to lease the property for $1,500 per month but will be allowed additional growth potential. And, Chandnani hopes to have time to alert the homeowners in Telfair about the tower. “I am sure they do not know about this and a lot of those homes are as close to this as mine. I know every neighbor I have spoken to so far is incensed,” Chandnani said. Chandnani said that his primary concern had been safety issues and the possibility of lower property values. Since then, other residents have posed all types of concerns. One of the issues brought up was the possibility the homeowner’s association being able to put up security cameras for safety reasons. This could also pose privacy issues for residents, neighbors fear. Many of the residents own swimming pools and others frequently entertain outdoors. They fear security cameras that would run round the clock would allow “big brother” to watch family members, including teenagers and youngsters, to be filmed without their knowledge.   Chandnani is not opposed to technology but he feels an “exemplary residential neighborhood such as New Territory” is not the place to place a commercial tower. He sent a letter to the board of directors and clarified his concerns the day after the initial meeting. “The official position, at this time, is that these towers do gen-

erate radiation but at levels that pose little danger to humans. At the same time we know that exposure to radio frequencies is not good for humans and we think at this time we know what safe levels are. Field strength or power density from these towers is not constant. It may start off by having minimal numbers of antennas at the top. However as they add on more carriers, that number increases and the power density of multiple active channels from those antennas increases and specially at times of heavy cell phone use the cumulative effect of the transmissions is significantly more than had been initially measured and reported at the time the tower was built (three more carriers have already been proposed by T-mobile). Once you make a decision to let them build a tower in a location you can never get it out. “Leaving aside the health impact of this kind of technology, please consider the impact this tower would actually have on the property values of New Territory as a whole. When people consider living in an area, what is utmost on their mind is the ambiance of the surroundings and access to facilities conducive to raising a family in an environment that is pleasing and possibly something that will hold its value for future residents. We have upheld this positive environment in New Territory for a very long time. We have become the model for excellence for a lot of developments near and far,” Chandnani said to the board. The residents are planning to show up at the next meeting, whether it is on March 15 or March 22, and see if some of the concerns and issues can be ironed out.

FOOT FACTS by Dr. Eric Tepper BOARD CERTIFIED PODIATRIST, ACCPPS WEIGHING IN ON FOOT PROBLEMS Young children who are obese risk damaging their feet. They have problems balancing, and they walk at a slower pace. Due to carrying excess weight, their feet develop to be wider and longer than normal, and they risk long-term foot, leg, and back issues. Pressure from excess weight can damage a child’s delicate feet, putting him or her at risk of developing deformities and abnormalities. Extra weight exerts pressure on the joints in the foot, negatively affecting how the foot aligns. Because of the potential limitations and restrictions that may result from this situation, the ability to exercise is limited. This puts obese children at additional risk since they need to be more active. Childhood is the best time to begin teaching healthy habits, from maintaining an appropriate weight to proper foot care. Learned early, taking care of the body becomes a lifetime habit. Take your child on his or her first walk on the road to happy, healthy feet and call us at 980-3668. A sure investment in your child’s future is a visit to our offices today. We treat all members of your family, from kids to grandparents, for all kinds of foot problems at 3143 Hwy. 6 South, where our number one priority is to provide our patients with the highest level of service and expertise. HINT: Children who have difficulties or appear reluctant to participate in physical activities should be examined for lower extremity disabilities.

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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS Sealed submittals in quintuplicate (one original and four copies), addressed to the City Secretary Office of the City of Sugar Land, Texas, will be received until 11:00 o’clock a.m., Thursday, March 18, 2010, for:

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS Sealed submittals, one original and five copies, addressed to the City Secretary Office of the City of Sugar Land, Texas, will be received until 11:00 o’clock a.m., Thursday, March 25, 2010, for:

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS NO. 2010-18 PROFESSIONAL AUDIT SERVICES

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS NO. 2010-20 COMPREHENSIVE MOBILITY PLANNING SERVICES

Submissions shall be appropriately marked in the upper left hand corner as follows:

Submissions shall be appropriately marked in the upper left hand corner as follows:

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS NO. 2010-18 PROFESSIONAL AUDIT SERVICES

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS NO. 2010-20 COMPREHENSIVE MOBILITY PLANNING SERVICES

Signed and sealed submittals shall be delivered to the City Secretary Office, on or before 11:00 o’clock a.m., Thursday, March 18, 2010, City of Sugar Land City Hall, 2700 Town Center Boulevard North, Suite 122, Sugar Land, Texas, 77479. All submissions received after the appointed time shall be returned to submitter unopened. Notice of the award of contract shall be given by the City within one hundred and twenty (120) days following the date for the opening of submittals.

Signed and sealed submittals shall be delivered to the City Secretary Office, on or before 11:00 o’clock a.m., Thursday, March 25, 2010, City of Sugar Land City Hall, 2700 Town Center Boulevard North, Suite 122, Sugar Land, Texas, 77479. All submissions received after the appointed time shall be returned to submitter unopened. Notice of the award of contract shall be given by the City within one hundred and twenty (120) days following the date for the opening of submittals.

A non-mandatory pre-submittal meeting for all interested parties will be held 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, March 09, 2010, City of Sugar Land City Hall, 2700 Town Center Boulevard North, Brazos Room Nos. 154 and 155, Sugar Land, Texas, 77479.

A non-mandatory pre-submittal meeting for all interested parties will be held 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, March 10, 2010, City of Sugar Land City Hall, 2700 Town Center Boulevard North, City Council Chambers, Sugar Land, Texas, 77479.

The City reserves the right to revise or amend the specifications prior to the date set for opening of submittals. Such revisions or amendments, if any, will be announced by addenda or addendum to the specifications. Copies of such addenda so issued will be furnished to all prospective submitters and may or may not affect the submission opening date.

The City reserves the right to revise or amend the specifications prior to the date set for opening of submittals. Such revisions or amendments, if any, will be announced by addenda or addendum to the specifications. Copies of such addenda so issued will be furnished to all prospective submitters and may or may not affect the submission opening date.

The City of Sugar Land reserves the right to reject any and all submissions and to waive informalities in submittals received. The award will be made based on a panel evaluation of submittals received.

The City of Sugar Land reserves the right to reject any and all submissions and to waive informalities in submittals received. The award will be made based on a panel evaluation of submittals received.

Specifications and required documents may be secured from City of Sugar Land City Secretary Office, 2700 Town Center Boulevard North, Suite 122, Sugar Land, Texas, 77479, or by registering at https://www.bidsync.com. Registration is free. All qualification documents, amendments, and other information relating to this request for qualifications will be posted at this site.

Specifications and required documents may be secured from the City of Sugar Land City Secretary Office, 2700 Town Center Boulevard North, Suite 122, Sugar Land, Texas, 77479, or by registering at https://www.bidsync.com. Registration is free. All qualification documents, amendments, and other information relating to this request for qualifications will be posted at this site.

Specifications and required documents may be secured from City of Sugar Land City Secretary Office, 2700 Town Center Boulevard North, Suite 122, Sugar Land, Texas, 77479, or by registering at https://www.bidsync.com . Registration is free. All qualification documents, amendments, and other information relating to this request for qualifications will be posted at this site.

For questions regarding this request for qualification, please contact Todd Reed, Purchasing Manager, Telephone (281) 2752734 or email treed@sugarlandtx.gov.

For questions regarding this request for qualification, please contact Todd Reed, Purchasing Manager, Telephone (281) 2752734 or email treed@sugarlandtx.gov.

For questions regarding this request for qualification, please contact Jason Poscovsky, Contract Administrator, Telephone (281) 275-2302 or email jposcovsky@sugarlandtx.gov.

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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS Sealed submittals, one original and seven copies, addressed to the City Secretary Office of the City of Sugar Land, Texas, will be received until 3:00 o’clock p.m., Thursday, March 11, 2010, for: REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS NO. 2010-16 DISPATCH CONSOLIDATION SERVICES Submissions shall be appropriately marked in the upper left hand corner as follows: REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS NO. 2010-16 DISPATCH CONSOLIDATION SERVICES Signed and sealed submittals shall be delivered to the City Secretary Office, on or before 3:00 o’clock p.m., Thursday, March 11, 2010, City of Sugar Land City Hall, 2700 Town Center Boulevard North, Suite 122, Sugar Land, Texas, 77479. All submissions received after the appointed time shall be returned to submitter unopened. Notice of the award of contract shall be given by the City within one hundred and twenty (120) days following the date for the opening of submittals. A non-mandatory pre-submittal meeting for all interested parties will be held 9:00 a.m., Wednesday, March 03, 2010, City of Sugar Land City Hall, Cane Room No. 161, 2700 Town Center Boulevard North, Sugar Land, Texas, 77479. The City reserves the right to revise or amend the specifications prior to the date set for opening of submittals. Such revisions or amendments, if any, will be announced by addenda or addendum to the specifications. Copies of such addenda so issued will be furnished to all prospective submitters and may or may not affect the submission opening date. The City of Sugar Land reserves the right to reject any and all submissions and to waive informalities in submittals received. The award will be made based on a panel evaluation of submittals received.

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We are seeking a detailed person for a small office who will be responsible for both administrative and bookkeeping duties including payroll and bill paying Monday-Friday. Experience with Quickbooks software is required and a strong aptitude for Publisher, Word and Excel is preferred. This flexible position requires a quick learning curve and great communication and phone skills. Individuals must want part-time only (approx. 25 hours a week). Pay is competitive. Send resume to: Fort Bend Boys Choir Email: ptm@fbbctx.org

If you are creative, a hard worker, have a winning smile and a desire to help others, you can supplement your family income with a full-time position working in Fort Bend. • No driving into Houston • Flexible hours • Work close to home • Work while your children are in school Call Michael for an appointment interview

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Allstate Insurance Agency located in Sugar Land seeks self motivated individual who is able to work independently with minimal supervision. Organizational skills a must. Applicants with a Property and Casualty License or Allstate experience preferred. Please fax resume to:

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  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Meadows Place has called and will hold a joint public hearing before the City Council of the City of Meadows Place and the Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Meadows Place on the 23rd day of March, 2010 at 7:00o’clock p.m. at the Meadows Place City Hall, One Troyan Drive, Meadows Place, Texas, at which time and place all persons desiring to be heard will be heard on or in connection with any questions involving a proposal to amend Chapter 24 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Meadows Place, entitled “Planning and Zoning Regulations,” Article II, entitled “Definitions and Interpretation,” Section 24-202, entitled “Definitions,” which would provide as follows: Article II, Section 24-202 is hereby amended to add the following definition:   Tattoo studio or body piercing studio. A building or portion of a building used for selling and/or applying tattoos (by injecting dyes/inks into the skin), and/or for piercing the skin with needles, jewelry or other paraphernalia, primarily for the purpose of ornamentation of the human body. Article V. entitled “Zoning Regulations,” would be amended by adding thereto a new “Division 3,” entitled “Zoning District Prohibitions,” which would provide as follows: Division 3. Zoning District Prohibitions. Sec. 24-540. Prohibited Uses. It shall be strictly prohibited to own or operate a tattoo studio or body piercing studio as defined in Section 24-202 of this Chapter within the boundaries of the City of Meadows Place, Texas.   DATED at the City of Meadows Place, Texas on this, the 23rd day of February, 2010. /Elaine Herff/ Elaine Herff, City Secretary City of Meadows Place, Texas

Become a Dental Assistant! 10 Week Course Starting Soon Saturdays Only (281) 794-7944

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Missouri City Optometrist office seeking

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  • OfficeMate/Exam Writer   experience favorable   • Monday - Friday hours   • Benefits available Please fax resume to 281-499-6556 or e-mail to drwedemeyer2@comcast.net

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  CIP PROJECT NAME: 2010 Sidewalk Rehabilitation   CIP PROJECT NUMBER: ST1003   LOCATION OF WORK: Various Locations throughout the City (See Repair Location Map) 2. Plans, specifications, and bidding documents may be obtained at the following office and location with payment of $25.00: City of Sugar Land Fire Administration and Annex 10405 Corporate Drive Room No. 200 Sugar Land, Texas 77478 3. Sealed proposals shall be delivered by or before 11:00 a.m., Thursday, March 18, 2010, to the City of Sugar Land City Secretary Office, 2700 Town Center Boulevard North, Suite 122, Sugar Land, Texas, at which time bids will be publicly opened and read. Bids received after the opening date and time will not be considered. 4. A pre-proposal meeting for all interested parties will be held 10:00 a.m., Thursday, March 04, 2010, City of Sugar Land Fire Administration and Annex Building, 10405 Corporate Drive, Room No. 200, Sugar Land, Texas, 77478. 5. The City Council will award the contract to the respondent providing the best value that complies with all requirements of the Request for Proposal. The City of Sugar Land will give notice of the contract award within sixty (60) calendar days after the bid opening date and time. Glenda Gundermann, TRMC, CMC, AAE City Secretary MISCELLANEOUS

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MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST/SECRETARY needed for Sugar Land Office. Medical experience required. Fax Resume to 281-2407017.>>

Houston-based Telecommunications Company is expanding and seeking experienced sales people. Experience with network services, business telephone systems including the IP Telephony and computer services is a plus as well as Panasonic, Nortel, Avaya or NEC products.

Fax and email resumes accepted.

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humanresources@prostarcomm.com or fax to 281 265.6999

Minimum of a Master’s Degree with at least 18 graduate hours in Biology from a regionally accredited institution. Nine-month contracts with willingness to teach overloads in Fall, Spring, and/or Summer as needed. Copy of transcript must accompany application. Must be able to travel independently to and from multiple worksites during day and evening hours.

Criminal background check required. A completed WCJC official application packet is required for each position. Applications may be obtained from www.wcjc.edu, or in person Human Resources Department Wharton County Junior College 911 Boling Highway A- 206 Wharton, TX 77488 1-800-561-WCJC ext: 6947 WCJC is an equal opportunity employer.

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1. The City of Sugar Land seeks proposals for furnishing all labor, material, and equipment, and the performing of all Work required for the following project in the City:

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EXPERIENCED TAX PREPARER/Bookkeeper. CPA or EA preferred. Flexible hours. 24 per week avg. Fax resume to: 281-240-3528.>+

Instructor of Biology

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EMPLOYMENT ASE MASTER L1 Automotive Tech, Sugar Land area. No weekends. 281-261-0765.>+

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For a growing pedo/ortho Practice in Sugar Land • 3yrs + experience required • Great communication skills • Bilingual preferred (Spanish or Vietnamese) Call 713-272-0036 or email resume to: yvette@happysmiles4kids.com

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EMPLOYMENT NEEDED: EXPERIENCED Child Caregivers. CPR, First Aid required. Part time/ weekends available. Child’s Play Drop-In Center, Missouri City. 713-732-1798.

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NOTICE OF A JOINT PUBLIC HEARING ON A PROPOSAL TO AMEND CHAPTER 24 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF MEADOWS PLACE, ENTITLED “PLANNING AND ZONING REGULATIONS,” ARTICLE II, ENTITLED “DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION,” SECTION 24-202, ENTITLED “DEFINITIONS” AND AMENDING ARTICLE V, ENTITLED “ZONING REGULATIONS” TO ADD A “DIVISION 3.” ENTITLED “ZONING DISTRICT PROHIBITIONS,” PERTAINING TO TATTOO STUDIOS AND PERMANENT COSMETICS AND BODY PIERCING STUDIOS, SAID PUBLIC HEARING TO BE HELD ON THE 23RD DAY OF MARCH, 2010 AT 7:00 O’CLOCK P.M. IN THE CITY OF MEADOWS PLACE CITY HALL, ONE TROYAN DRIVE, MEADOWS PLACE, TEXAS.

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The City of Missouri City, Texas is now issuing a Request for Proposals for the following: RFP #138-10

Employee Assistance Program

Scope: The City of Missouri City seeks to contract with one (1) qualified service provider to deliver Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and services to its employees. Proposal responses will be accepted until 2:00 p.m. local time March 22, 2010 and then opened. RFP packages are available beginning February 24th from the Missouri City Purchasing Office, 1522 Texas Parkway, in Missouri City, by emailing cjohnson@missouricitytx.gov or coberrender@ missouricitytx.gov, or by calling (281) 403-8612 and requesting the document number as listed above. Proposal responses must be sealed, marked on the outside of the delivery envelope with the RFP name and number as listed above, and the date of opening. Responses must be delivered to the attention of the Sealed Bid Box, City of Missouri City Purchasing Office, 1522 Texas Parkway, Missouri City, Texas, 77489, prior to the acceptance deadline. Responses marked improperly and therefore misdirected may be disqualified. Responses are opened in public in the City Hall Council Chambers. Charles Oberrender, CPPB Purchasing Manager City of Missouri City, Texas

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