Bartonville, Texas Preserving the Past, Preparing for the Future Town News and Events 1 941 E . J et e r Roa d ~ 8 17 -69 3 -528 0 ~ w w w.t o w no fb ar to n vi ll e .com S e p t e mb e r / O c t ob e r 2 0 14 National Night Out Tuesday, October 7th The Bartonville Police Department and Bartonville Crime Control District will host a “National Night Out” on October 7th beginning at 6:00 p.m. at Bartonville Town Hall. National Night Out is a great time to get out and visit with your neighbors and have the opportunity to meet the Officers who work for you in this great town. Activities will be held at Town Hall and will include free food, a bounce house, music, a magic show and more. National Night out is held each year to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, strengthen neighborhood and police partnerships and let criminals know that neighborhoods are fighting back against crime. While this one night is certainly not an answer to crime, drugs, or violence, National Night Out represents the kind of spirit, energy and determination to help make neighborhoods a safer place year round. Bring your family and have some fun! If you are interested in volunteering with National Night Out please contact Town Hall 817-693-5280. Meetings with the Mayor Mayor Bill Scherer will host an informal meeting every month between 7:00 and 8:00 p.m. at Town Hall, beginning Tuesday, September 30th. Residents are encouraged to attend for informal open discussions regarding town-related issues. Special Elections November 4, 2014 Elecciones Especiales de Noviembre de 2014 A Special Election for the purposes of electing one citizen to serve as Councilmember Place 3 for the unexpired term ending May 2015 will be held on Tuesday, November 4, 2014. The following individuals have filed for a place on the Bartonville Special Election Ballot (their applications can be viewed on the Town’s website www.townofbartonville.com/elections). Se llevará a cabo una Elección Especial el martes 4 de noviembre de 2014 con el fin de elegir a un ciudadano para que ocupe el cargo de Concejal, Lugar 3 por el término restante del cargo que termina en mayo de 2015 Las siguientes personas han presentado su candidatura para ser incluidos en la Boletas de Votación de la Elección Especial de Bartonville (sus solicitudes pueden ser consultadas en el sitio web del poblado www.townofbartonville.com/elections). Clay Sams Bill Reaves Isaac Shepherd Petitions for a local option election were submitted to the Town of Bartonville on March 3, 2014. On April 14, 2014, the Town Council accepted and approved the certification of the number of qualified signatures, and ordered a Special Election (Local Option Election) to be held on Tuesday, November 4, 2014, to vote on a proposition to legalize “The legal sale of mixed beverages in restaurants by food and beverage certificate holders only.” Se han presentado peticiones para una elección de opción local en el Poblado de Bartronville el 3 de marzo de 2014. El 14 de abril de 2014, el Consejo del Poblado aceptó y aprobó la certificación de número de firmas válidas, y ordenó una Elección Especial (Elección de Opción Local) a celebrarse el martes 4 de noviembre de 2014, para votar por una proposición para “legalizar la venta legal de bebidas mezcladas en restaurantes por parte de poseedores de certificados de alimentos y bebidas solamente”. Page 2 Meet the Candidates Register to Vote Regístrese para votar Conozca a los candidatos A Candidate’s Forum will be held on Thursday, October 16, 2014, 7:00 p.m. at Bartonville Town Hall. El día jueves 16 de octubre de 2014 a las 7:00 p.m. se llevará a cabo un Foro de Candidatos en Bartonville Town Hall, 1941 E. Jeter Road. October 6th is the deadline to register to vote for the November 4, 2014, Special Election. Voter registration cards are available at Town Hall. El 6 de octubre es el último día para registrarse para votar en la Elección Especial del 4 de noviembre de 2014. Las tarjetas de registro de votantes están disponibles en el Town Hall. EARLY VOTING Dates & Locations Votación Temprana Fechas y Ubicaciones Bartonville Town Hall will NOT be an early voting location this election. Monday - Friday October 20 – 24 De lunes a viernes octubre 20-24 Saturday October 25 Sabado octubre 25 Sunday October 26 Domingo octubre 26 Monday – Friday October 27 – 31 De lunes a viernes octubre 27-31 8am – 5pm 7am – 7pm 1pm – 6pm 7am – 7pm Argyle Town Hall, 308 Denton St., Argyle Denton County Elections Administration, 701 Kimberly Dr., Denton Double Oak Town Hall, 320 Waketon, Double Oak Flower Mound Police & Court Bldg., 4150 Kirkpatrick, Flower Mound Highland Village Municipal Complex, 1000 Highland Village Rd., Highland Village Lewisville Municipal Annex, 1197 W. Main Street, Lewisville For a full list of ALL early voting locations, please visit the town’s website. Hay una lista completa con las localidades de votación anticipada en el sitio web del Poblado en www.townofbartonville.com Page 3 2014-2015 Adopted Budget The Texas Local Government Code requires the Budget Officer to prepare a municipal budget to cover the proposed expenditures of the municipal government for the succeeding year. The budget shall be itemized to allow as clear a comparison as practicable between expenditures included in the budget and actual expenditures for the same or similar purposes made for the preceding year. The budget must show as definitely as possible each of the projects for which expenditures are set up in the budget and the estimated amount of money carried in the budget for each project. The Town’s fiscal year begins October 1 and ends September 30. The budget is divided into several accounts, known as funds. These funds include the General Fund, a Capital Improvement Fund, Wastewater Fund, Street Maintenance Fund and Special Funds (Bartonville Community Development Corporation and Bartonville Crime Control & Prevention District). The General Fund contains the largest amounts of revenue and expenditures. The General Fund’s largest source of revenue is property tax. The budget is based on a tax rate of $0.192940 per $100 of assessed value, the same tax rate as last year. Other sources of revenue include general sales tax, franchise taxes, license and permit fees, and municipal court fines. It is the policy of the Town to prepare a balanced budget. A balanced budget is one where the proposed expenses are less than or equal to the estimated revenues. A balanced budget may also include situations where the Council approved the use of reserves of the fund balance to offset the revenue shortfall. If, during the year, the revenues received or expected to be received will be less that estimated the Mayor or Town Administrator will recommend a revised or amended expense appropriation for Council approval that will again balance the budget. The adopted budget may be viewed by accessing the Finance page of the Town’s website at www.townofbartonville.com or by visiting Town Hall. LIBRARY SERVICES AVAILABLE Through an inter-local agreement, all Denton County residents are able to utilize the Flower Mound Public Library at no charge. The Flower Mound Public Library is located at 3030 Broadmoor Lane, Flower Mound, Texas 75022. Library Hours: Monday - Wednesday 9 am - 9 pm Thursday 9 am - 5 pm Friday - Saturday 11 am - 5 pm Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm 24/7 Library Access: www.fmlibrary.net Town Council Mayor Bill Scherer [email protected] Mayor Pro Tem Jim Langford [email protected] Councilmember Jeff Traylor [email protected] Councilmember Jaclyn Carrington [email protected] Councilmember Betty Medlock [email protected] Town Staff Stacey Almond, Town Administrator Tammy Dixon, TRMC, Town Secretary Bobby Dowell, Interim Chief of Police Jeanie Roumell, Court Clerk The Town utilizes an electronic newsletter in an effort to keep the public upto-date on Town issues such as road closures, monthly police activity, projects and special announcements. It is the quickest way to reach our citizens. Your e-mail address will be kept confidential (as required by law) and cannot be sold, disclosed to others, or used for unsolicited mass mailings (spam). If you'd like to receive mailings from the Town, you can subscribe at any time by visiting the Town’s website at www.townofbartonville.com. You can easily unsubscribe at any time in a matter of minutes. Our mailing lists are "Announcement" style lists that are only sent by the list owner (or a designated alternate). Subscribers cannot post to a list, and as a subscriber, you will not receive email from other subscribers. Another way to keep informed is to check our website often and follow us on Facebook. Town of Bartonville 1941 E. Jeter Road Bartonville, Texas 76226 ELECTION DAY Diá de Elección Tuesday, November 4, 2014 7:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Bartonville Town Hall For t he l at es t B art o nvi l l e news, i nform at i on, and publ i c he ari n g not i ces, pl e as e s i gn -up for “Not i f y Me” at ww w.t ownofbart onvi l l e .com .
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