Legal Notices
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE OF LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION
AND APPOINTMENT OF DEPENDENT ADMINISTRATOR
Notice is hereby given that on the 5th day of November 2019, Letters of
Dependent Administration upon the Estate of Gabriel Juan Camarena, Deceased, were granted to the Dependent Administrator, Don D. Ford III, by the Honorable County Court at Law Number Four (4) of Williamson County, Texas, in Cause No. 15-0774-CP4, pending upon the Docket of said Court.
All persons having claims against said Estate are hereby required to present the same within the time prescribed by law to Don D. Ford III, at the post office address of the attorney for the said Administrator being as shown below:
Estate of Gabriel Juan
Camarena, Deceased
Ford + Bergner LLP
c/o Don D. Ford III
221 West 6th Street,
33rd Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, AMENDING THE 2019 ANNUAL BUDGET FOR YEAR-END OBLIGATIONS THAT WERE NOT KNOWN AT THE TIME THE BUDGET WAS ADOPTED, APPROPRIATING THE VARIOUS AMOUNTS THEREOF, AND REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES OR PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT THEREWITH.

CITY OF GEORGETOWN
The City of Georgetown is accepting sealed bids for the following:
ITB 202001 - Asphalt Mixes
Due December 12, 2019, 2019.
All sealed bids are due 2:00 PM CST at the following
address:
Georgetown Municipal
Complex
Purchasing Department
300-1 Industrial Ave.
Georgetown, TX 78626
To obtain information on the ITB and to register for the bid list, go to
https://gtowntx.ionwave.net/CurrentSourcingEvents.aspx

CITATION BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF DALE ALBERT FETHKE, DECEASED,Cause No. 19-1087-CP4, in County Court at Law #4 of Williamson County, 405 Martin Luther King Street, Georgetown, Texas 78626.
PATRICIA J. FOWLER, Applicant in the above numbered and entitled estate, filed on the 15th day of November, 2019 an APPLICATION FOR DETERMINATION OF HEIRSHIP AND LETTERS OF INDEPENDENT ADMINISTRATION of the said estate and requests that the said Court determine who are the heirs and only heirs of the said DALE ALBERT FETHKE, DECEASED, and their respective shares and interest in such estate.
Said application may be heard at 10:00 o'clock a.m. on or after the first Monday next after the expiration of ten days from the date of publication of this citation, at the Williamson County Justice Center in Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas.
All persons interested in said estate are hereby cited to appear before said Honorable Court on or before above-mentioned time and place by filing a written answer contesting such application should they desire to do so.
If this citation is not served within 90 days after the date of its issuance, it shall be returned unserved.
Issued and given under my hand and seal of office at Georgetown, Texas, this the 18th day of November, 2019.
Nancy E. Rister
Williamson County Clerk
405 MLK Street, Box 14
Georgetown, Texas 78626
By: /S/Emily Todd, Deputy
Applicant's Attorney:
Wesley Prewitt
P.O. Box 249
306 N. Lampasas Street
Round Rock, TX 78680

CITATION BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF BRUCE MATTHEW MARTIN, DECEASED, Cause No. 19-1081-CP4, in County Court at Law #4 of Williamson County, 405 Martin Luther King Street, Georgetown, Texas 78626.
BARCLAY WELTER MARTIN, Applicant in the above numbered and entitled estate, filed on the 14th day of November, 2019 an APPLICATION TO DETERMINE HEIRSHIP AND APPLICATION FOR INDEPENDENT ADMINISTRATION AND LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION of the said estate and requests that the said Court determine who are the heirs and only heirs of the said BRUCE MATTHEW MARTIN, DECEASED, and their respective shares and interest in such estate.
Said application may be heard at 10:00 o'clock a.m. on or after the first Monday next after the expiration of ten days from the date of publication of this citation, at the Williamson County Justice Center in Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas.
All persons interested in said estate are hereby cited to appear before said Honorable Court on or before above mentioned time and place by filing a written answer contesting such application should they desire to do so.
If this citation is not served within 90 days after the date of its issuance, it shall be returned unserved.
Issued and given under my hand and seal of office at Georgetown, Texas, this the 14th day of November, 2019.
Nancy E. Rister
Williamson County Clerk
405 MLK Street, Box 14
Georgetown, Texas 78626
By:/S/Kathleen Klingelberger, Deputy
Applicant's Attorney:
Jamie Etzkorn
925 Loop 332
Liberty Hill, TX 78642

Application has been made with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission for a Mixed Beverage permit by FW GT LLC dba First Watch Daytime Cafe to be located at 1225 S. IH 35, #135, Williamson County, Texas 78628. Officers of said LLC are Joseph M. Haik, President & Managing Member.

First Notification
Triton Recovery (License 0652699VSF) 512-252-2727 has the following vehicle impounded at 1520 Sam bass Rd, Round Rock, TX 78681. This vehicle was removed for unauthorized in Williamson County, Round Rock, Texas. 2009 Saturn Outlook, VIN#5G2EV13D09J211829. Charges: $243.00 plus $20 per day storage beginning on NOVEMBER 11TH, 2019. Vehicles must be claimed and charges paid by the registered owner by DECEMBER 30TH, 2019 or will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder. Failure of the owner or lienholder to claim the vehicle before the date of sale is a waiver of all right, title, and interest in the vehicle and said owner or lienholder consents the sale of the vehicle at a public sale. Lien holder further appoints Triton Incident Management as agent to execute said release and any and all documents as may be required to dispose of the vehicle.

PUBLIC NOTICE
Round Rock ISD will be accepting sealed bids for:
Print Production Equipment Bid #20-064 Opens 2:00 pm December 12, 2019
Cafeteria Serving Lines Bid #20-068 Opens 2:00 pm
December 3, 2019
Bleeding Control Stations Bid #20-065 Opens 2:00 pm
December 4, 2019
Charging Carts Bid #20-066 Opens 2:00 pm December 4, 2019
Construction Auditing Services Bid #20-069 Opens 2:00 pm December 4, 2019
Solicitation will be opened at, and documents may be obtained from the RRISD Purchasing Dept, 16255 Great Oaks Dr Ste 200, Round Rock, TX 78681, (512) 464-6950 or at
www.roundrockisd.org. Vendors are encouraged to register in the District's eROC Electronic Procurement Program online at https://purchasing.roundrockisd.org/vendors/vendor-registration/ for future bid opportunities.

CITATION BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF TEXAS, COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON
NO. 17-0085-C425
Style of Case: In Re: 224 Amber Lane Jarrell, TX 76537 Nationstar Mortgage, LLC vs. Louis Denton Inabnitt and Guadalupe Beatriz Inabnitt and The Heirs At Law of Louis Denton Inabnitt, Deceased, and the Heirs At Law of Guadalupe Beatriz Inabnitt, deceased
TO: Jairo Ventura Palafox Casas
NOTICE TO DEFENDANT- GREETING:
"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 THE MONDAY NEXT FOLLOWING THE EXPIRATION OF FORTY-TWO DAYS AFTER THE DATE THIS CITATION WAS ISSUED, A DEFAULT JUDGMENT FOR THE RELIEF DEMANDED IN THE PETITION MAY BE TAKEN AGAINST YOU."
YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED to appear by filing a written answer to the Plaintiff's First Amended Petition at or before 10:00 o'clock A.M. on the Monday next after the expiration of 42 days after the date of issuance of this citation, before the Honorable 425th Judicial District Court of Williamson County, Texas, at the Williamson County Justice Center Courthouse, being located at 405 Martin Luther King Street, in the City of Georgetown, Texas. Said Plaintiff's First Amended Petition was filed in said court on the July 20, 2018 in the above entitled cause.
A brief statement of the nature of this suit is as follows, to-wit: The Petition seeks an order to foreclose the lien on the property and assert a claim to the property located at 224 Amber Lane, Jarrell, TX 76537 and legally described as: LOT 7, BLOCK 25, IN SONTERRA WEST SECTION 8-C, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN CABINET EE, SLIDE 325, PLAT RECORDS WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, as is more fully shown by Plaintiff's First Amended Petition on file in this suit.
The officer executing this writ shall promptly serve the same according to requirements of law, and the mandates hereof, and make due return as the law directs.
ISSUED AND GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AND SEAL of said Court at office, on this the 29th day of October, 2019.
LISA DAVID, DISTRICT CLERK Williamson County, Texas
P.0. Box 24,
405 M.L.K. Street
Georgetown, Texas
78627-0024
BY:/S/Angela Clark, Deputy
ADDRESS OF ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
Keith A Taylor
13105 Northwest Freeway Suite 1200
Houston TX 77040
Phone: 713-462-2565

An application has been made for a Wine and Beer Retailer's Off Premise Permit for 7-Eleven Beverage Company Inc./GJ Inc., Texas Corporations, d/b/a 7-Eleven Convenience Store #38612A, located at 806 Sam Bass Rd., Round Rock, Williamson County, TX. 78681.
Said application made to the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission in accordance with the provisions of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code.
7-Eleven Beverage Company Inc. officers:
Arthur Rubinett - President
Rankin Gasaway - Director/VP/Secretary
David Seltzer - VP/Treasurer
Robert Schwerin - Director/VP
Scott Hintz- Director
Karen Cram- VP
Alicia Howell- VP/ Controller
Brian Smith- VP
Kyle Johnson- VP
GJ Inc. officers:
Jagdeep Sandhu - Pres. & Sec.

NOTICE OF SALE
WILLIAMSON-LIBERTY HILL MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT
UNLIMITED TAX BONDS, SERIES 2019
(A political subdivision of the State of Texas located
in Williamson County, Texas)
$2,100,000
Selling: Tuesday, November 26, 2019
Bids Due: 10:00 A.M. C.S.T. Place and Time of Sale: The District will consider the award of the sale of the Bonds on Tuesday, November 26, 2019 at 12:00 p.m. C.S.T., at the designated meeting place outside the boundaries of the District: Gray Engineering, Inc., 8834 North Capital of Texas Highway, Suite 140, Austin, Texas 78759. Action will be taken immediately by the Board of Directors of the District to accept or reject the bids.
Address of the Bids/Bids Delivered in Person: Written bids, plainly marked "Bid for Bonds" should be addressed to the Board of Directors of Williamson-Liberty Hill Municipal Utility District, and if delivered in person, delivered to the District's Financial Advisor, Public Finance Group LLC - Cheryl Allen, 900 South Capital of Texas Highway, Building IV, Suite 475, West Lake Hills, Texas 78746 prior to 10:00 A.M. C.S.T. on Tuesday, November 26, 2019. All bids must be signed and submitted on the "Official Bid Form." Each bidder must deliver a Bank Cashier's Check in the amount of $50,000 payable to the order of Williamson-Liberty Hill Municipal Utility District as a good faith deposit to Public Finance Group LLC, 900 South Capital of Texas Highway, Building IV, Suite 475, West Lake Hills, Texas 78746, by 10:00 a.m. C.S.T. on the day of of the sale.
Electronic Bidding Procedures: Any prospective bidder that intends to submit an electronic bid must submit its electronic bid through the facilities of PARITY between 9:00 A.M. C.S.T. and 10:00 A.M. C.S.T., on Tuesday, November 26, 2019, as described in the "Official Notice of Sale" described below.
Bids by Facsimile: Bidders that choose to exercise the facsimile bidding option must submit their bid by facsimile on the date of the sale. Facsimile bids will be accepted at (512) 382-5490 prior to 10:00 A.M. C.S.T. on Tuesday, November 26, 2019, and should be addressed to the attention of Cheryl Allen, as described in the "Official Notice of Sale" described below.
Information: The Bonds are more completely described in the "Official Notice of Sale," "Official Bid Form," and the "Preliminary Official Statement" which may be obtained from Public Finance Group LLC, 900 S. Capital of Texas Highway, Building IV, Suite 475, West Lake Hills, Texas 78746, (512) 382-5420, Financial Advisor to the District.
The bidder whose bid is the winning bid in accordance with the Notice of Sale will be notified immediately and must submit a SIGNED Official Bid Form in connection with the sale by 10:30 A.M. C.S.T. on Tuesday, November 26, 2019, to Cheryl Allen, Public Finance Group LLC at (512) 382-5490 or
callen@publicfinancegrp.
com. Additionally, pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 2252.908, the District may not award the Bonds to the winning bidder unless the bidder submits a Certificate of Interested Parties Form 1295, as prescribed by the Texas Ethics Commission, to the District, before the District formally votes to award the Bonds to the winning bidder.
The District reserves the right to reject any or all bids for the Bonds and to waive any and all rregularities except time of filing. This notice does not constitute an offer to sell the Bonds but is merely notice of sale of the Bonds as required by law. The offer to sell the Bonds will be made only by means of the "Official Notice of Sale," "Preliminary Official Statement" and the "Official Bid Form."
Board of Directors
Williamson-Liberty Hill
Municipal Utility District

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN CLOSING A PORTION OF 6th STREET BETWEEN MAIN AND CHURCH
STREETS; PROVIDING FOR THE ABANDONMENT BY QUITCLAIM DEED OF THAT PORTION OF 6TH STREET; PROVIDING FOR THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH ABANDONMENT; CALLING A PUBLIC HEARING; PROVIDING A CONFLICT AND SEVERABILITY CLAUSE AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

First Notification
Triton Incident Management (License 0653289VSF) 512-252-2727 has the following vehicle impounded at 16206 Terrace Dr, Austin, TX 78728. This vehicle was removed for unauthorized at 8801 N FM 620, Austin, Texas 78726. Bombardier GTX (jetski),
VIN#ZZNJ3935D6965640. Charges: $185.00 plus $20 per day storage beginning on NOVEMBER 16TH, 2019. Vehicles must be claimed and charges paid by the registered owner by JANUARY, 3RD 2019 or will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder. Failure of the owner or lien holder to claim the vehicle before the date of sale is a waiver of all right, title, and interest in the vehicle and said owner or lien holder consents the sale of the vehicle at a public sale. Lien holder further appoints Triton Incident Management as agent to execute said release and any and all documents as may be required to dispose of the vehicle.

William T. Bayer, III, Deceased, died on August 16, 2019 in Round Rock, Williamson County, Texas. Mr. Bayer was a resident of Cedar Park, Williamson County, Texas prior to his death. Elaine Adams Bayer was appointed Independent Executor and received Letters Testamentary for the Estate of William T. Bayer, III, Deceased, by the County Court at Law No. 4, Williamson County, Texas in Cause No. 19-0922-CP4. Any persons having claims against this estate should send their claims to Latius R. Prikryl, attorney of record for Elaine Adams Bayer, Independent Executor of the Estate of William T. Bayer, III, Deceased, at 4131 Spicewood Springs Road, Building P, Suite 3, Austin, Texas 78759.

NO. 19-1122-FC3
IN THE MATTER OF
THE MARRIAGE OF
BARBARA IRIZARRY
AND ABDULRAHMAN
AL-ZABIDI
Williamson County - County Court at Law #3
WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS
ORIGINAL PETITION FOR DIVORCE
1. Discovery Level
Discovery in this case is intended to be conducted under level 2 of rule 190 of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure
2. Parties
This suit is brought by BARBARA IRIZARRY, Petitioner. The last three numbers of
BARBARA IRIZARRY's driver's license number are 143. The last three numbers of
BARBARA IRIZARRY's Social Security number are 659. ABDULRAHMAN AL-ZABIDI is Respondent.
3. Domicile
Petitioner has been a domiciliary of Texas for the preceding six-month period and a resident of this county for the preceding ninety-day period.
4. Service
Process should be served on Respondent at 2386 Davidson Avenue Apt 6D, Bronx, New York 10468.
5. Protective Order Statement
No protective order under title 4 of the Texas Family Code, protective order under
Chapter 7A of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, or order for emergency protection under Article 17.292 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure is in effect in regard to a party to this suit and no application for any such order is pending.
6. Dates of Marriage and Separation
The parties were married on or about May 31, 2002 and ceased to live together as spouses on or about July 9, 2002.
7. Grounds for Divorce
The marriage has become insupportable because of discord or conflict of personalities between Petitioner and Respondent that destroys the legitimate ends of the marriage relationship and prevents any reasonable expectation of reconciliation.
8. Children of the Marriage
There is no child born or adopted of this marriage, and none is expected.
9. Division of Community Property
Petitioner requests the Court to divide the estate of Petitioner and Respondent in a manner that the Court deems just and right, as provided by law.
10. Prayer
Petitioner prays that citation and notice issue as required by law and that the Court grant a divorce and all other relief requested in this petition.
Petitioner prays for general relief.
Respectfully submitted,
By:/s/ Alfred N. Kay, Jr.
Alfred N. Kay, Jr.
Bar No. 11119450
Law Firm of Kelley Whalen, PC
611 S. Church Street
Georgetown, TX 78626
(512) 930-7369
kfwdivorce@gmail.com
Attorney for Petitioner
IN THE DISTRICT AND COUNTY COURTS AT LAW OF WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS WILLIAMSON COUNTY
STANDING ORDER REGARDING CHILDREN.
PROPERTY AND CONDUCT OF THE PARTIES
THIS WILLIAMSON COUNTY STANDING ORDER REGARDING CHILDREN, PROPERTY AND CONDUCT OF PARTIES IS BINDING ON THE PARTIES, THE PARTIES' OFFICERS, AGENTS, SERVANTS, EMPLOYEES, ATTORNEYS, AND ANY OTHER PERSON WHO ACTS IN CONCERT OR PARTICIPATION WITH THE PARTIES OR THEIR AGENTS AND WHO RECEIVES ACTUAL NOTICE OF THESE ORDERS AND IS ENFORCEABLE BY CONTEMPT.
No party to this lawsuit has requested this order. Rather, this order is a standing order of the Williamson County District and County Courts that applies in every divorce suit and every original suit affecting the parent-child relationship filed in Williamson County. THIS STANDING ORDER DOES NOT APPLY TO MODIFICATIONS OF EXISTING FINAL ORDERS. The District and County Courts at Law of Williamson County have adopted this order because the parties and their children should be protected, and their property preserved while the lawsuit is pending before the court. Therefore, it is ORDERED:
1. NO DISRUPTION OF CHILDREN. Both parties are ORDERED to refrain from doing the following acts concerning any children who are subjects of this case:
1.1 Removing the children from the State of Texas, acting directly or in concert with
others, without the written agreement of both parties or an order of this Court; provided, however, this paragraph shall not prohibit or restrict a party from so removing the children if an active prior court order gives that party the right to designate the primary residence of the child or children.
1.2 Disrupting or withdrawing the children from the school or day-care facility where the children are presently enrolled, without the written agreement of both parents of an order of this Court.
1.3 Hiding or secreting the children from the other parent or changing the children's current place of abode, without the written agreement of both parents or an order of this Court.
1.4 Disturbing the peace of the children.
2. CONDUCT OF THE PARTIES DURING THE CASE. Both parties are ORDERED to refrain from doing the following acts:
2.1 Using harassing language to communicate with the other party, whether in person, by telephone, or in writing.
2.2 Threatening the other party in person, by telephone, or in writing to take unlawful action against any person.
2.3 Placing one or more telephone calls, at an unreasonable hour, in an offensive or repetitious manner, without a legitimate purpose of communication, or anonymously.
2.4 Opening or diverting mail addressed to the other party.
2.5 Using any password or personal identification number to gain access to the other party's email account, bank account, social media account, or any other electronic account.
2.6 Illegally intercepting or recording the other party's electronic communications.
3. PRESERVATION OF PROPERTY AND USE OF FUNDS DURING DIVORCE CASE. If this is a divorce case, both parties to the marriage are ORDERED to refrain from doing the following acts:
3.1 Destroying, removing, concealing, encumbering, transferring, or otherwise harming or reducing the value of the property of one or both parties.
3.2 Misrepresenting or refusing to disclose to the other party or to the Court, on proper request, the existence, amount, or location of any property of one or both parties.
3.3 Damaging or destroying the tangible property of one or both parties, including any document that represents or embodies anything of value.
3.4 Tampering with the tangible property of one or both parties, including any document that represents or embodies anything of value, and causing pecuniary loss to the other party.
3.5 Selling, transferring, assigning, mortgaging, encumbering, or in any other manner alienating any of the property of either party, whether personal property or real estate property, and whether separate or community, except as specifically authorized by this order.
3.6 Incurring any indebtedness, other than legal expenses in connection with this suit, except as specifically authorized by this order.
3.7 Making withdrawals from any checking or savings account in any financial institution for any purpose, except as specifically authorized by this order.
3.8 Spending any sum of cash in either party's possession or subject to either party's control for any purpose, except as specifically authorized by this order.
3.9 Withdrawing or borrowing in any manner for any purpose from any retirement, savings plan or from any individual retirement account or Keogh account, except as specifically authorized by this order.
3.10 Signing or endorsing the other party's name on any negotiable instrument, check, or draft, such as tax refunds, insurance payments and dividends, or attempting to negotiate any negotiable instrument payable to the other party without the personal signature of the other party.
3.11 Taking any action to terminate or limit credit or charge cards in the name of the other party.
3.12 Entering, operating, or exercising control over the motor vehicle in the possession
of the other party.
3.13 Discontinuing or reducing the withholding for federal income taxes on wages or salary while this suit is pending.
3.14 Terminating or in any manner affecting the service of water, electricity, gas, telephone, cable television, or other contractual services, such as security, pest control, landscaping, or yard maintenance at the other party's residence or in any manner attempting to withdraw any deposits for service in connection with such services.
4. PERSONAL AND BUSINESS RECORDS IN DIVORCE CASE. If this is a divorce case, both parties to the marriage are ORDERED to refrain from doing the following acts:
4.1 Concealing, disposing of, altering or destroying any family records, property records, financial records, business records or any records of income, debts, or other obligations, including but not limited to a canceled check, deposit slip, and other records from a financial institution, a record of credit purchases or cash advances, a tax return, or a financial statement.
4.2 Falsifying any writing or record relating to the property of either party.
4.3 "Records" include e-mail or other digital or electronic data, whether stored on a computer hard drive, diskette, in a removable storage device, in cloud storage or other electronic storage medium.
4.4 Destroying, disposing of or altering any email, text message, video or chat message, or other electronic data or electronically stored information relevant to the subject matter of this case.
4.5 Modifying, changing or altering the native format or metadata of any electronic data or electronically stored information relevant to the subject matter of this case.
5. INSURANCE IN DIVORCE CASE. If this is a divorce case, both parties to the marriage are ORDERED to refrain from doing the following acts:
5.1 Withdrawing or borrowing in any manner all or any part of the cash surrender value of life insurance policies on the life of either party, except as specifically authorized by this order.
5.2 Changing or in any manner altering the beneficiary designation of any life insurance on the life of either party or the parties' children.
5.3 Canceling, altering, or in any manner affecting any casualty, automobile, or health insurance policies insuring the parties' property or persons including the parties' minor children.
6. SPECIFIC AUTHORIZATIONS IN DIVORCE CASE. If this is a divorce case, both parties to the marriage are specifically authorized to do the following:
6.1 To engage in acts reasonable and necessary to the conduct of that party's usual business and occupation.
6.2 To make expenditures and incur indebtedness for reasonable attorney's fees and expenses in connection with this suit.
6.3 To make expenditures and incur indebtedness for reasonable and necessary living expenses for food, clothing, shelter, transportation and medical care.
6.4 To make withdraws from accounts in financial institutions only for the purposes authorized by this order.
7. SERVICE AND APPLICATION OF THIS ORDER.
7.1 The Petitioner shall attach a copy of this order to the Original Petition of Every
Divorce Suit and Every Original Suit Affecting Parent Child Relationship. If order is not attached the filing will be returned with the stated reason:
Williamson County requires the WILLIAMSON COUNTY STANDING ORDER REGARDING CHILDREN, PROPERTY AND CONDUCT OF THE PARTIES be attached to the Original Petition of every Divorce and every Original Suit Affecting the Parent Child Relationship. Please attach with petition and resubmit.
If a self-represented litigant files a Divorce or an Original Suit Affecting the Parent Child Relationship, the Clerk will add and accept the filing.
7.2 This order is effective upon filing of the original petition and shall remain in full
force and effect as a temporary restraining order for fourteen days after the date of the filing of the original petition. If no party contests this order by presenting evidence at a hearing on or before fourteen days after the date of the filing of the original petition, this order shall continue in full force and effect as a temporary injunction until further order of the court. This entire order will terminate and will no longer be effective once the court signs a final order.
8. EFFECT OF OTHER COURT ORDERS. If any part of this order is different from any part of a protective order or Child Protective Services order that has already been entered or is later entered, the protective order or Child Protective Services order provisions prevail. Any part of this order not changed by some later order remains in full force and effect until the court signs a final order.
9. PARTIES ENCOURAGED TO MEDIATE. The parties are encouraged to settle their disputes amicably without court intervention. The parties are encouraged to use alternative dispute resolution methods, such as mediation, to resolve the conflicts that may arise in this lawsuit.
THIS WILLIAMSON COUNTY STANDING ORDER REGARDING CHILDREN, PROPERTY
AND CONDUCT OF THE PARTIES SHALL BECOME EFFECTIVE ON MARCH 1, 2019.
/S/Donna King
Donna King
Judge, 26th District Court
Williamson County, Texas
/S/Rick J Kennon
Rick J. Kennon
Judge, 368th District Court
Williamson County, Texas
/S/Ryan D. Larson
Ryan D. Larson
Williamson County, Texas
/S/Laura Barker
Laura Barker
Judge, County Court of Law Two
Williamson County, Texas
/S/ John B. McMaster
John B. McMaster
Judge, County Court at Law Four
Williamson County, Texas
/S/S Mathews
Stacey Mathews
Judge, 277th Districk Court
Williamson County, Texas
/S/B Lambeth
Betsy Lambeth
Judge, County Court at Law One
Williamson County, Texas
/S/Brandy Hallford
Brandy Hallford
Judge, County Court at Law One
Williamson County, Texas
/S/Doug Arnold
Doug Arnold
Judge, County Court at Law Three
Williamson County, Texas

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, AMENDING CHAPTER 13.38 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, RELATING TO THE RISK MANAGEMENT POLICY; REPEALING CONFLICTING ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

PUBLIC NOTICE WILLIAMSON COUNTY
The Williamson County Commissioners' Court invites the submission of Online Auction Bids for: SALE OF SURPLUS
PROPERTY
The County has A/V equipment, printers, computers & accessories, home & office furniture, office supplies, medical equipment, LE equipment, and tools that will be put up for auction. The online auction will be open from Wednesday, November 20, 2019 until Monday, December 2, 2019 with auction closing by 5PM CST. The online auction will take place at http://www.govdeals.com/
williamsoncounty
The Williamson County Commissioners' Court reserves the right to accept the best bid as deemed by the Court or reject any and/or all bids. Any bid received after the time and date specified will not be accepted.