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Order/Notice Setting Public Hearing
Speed limit(s) for Rocky Mound Road, Young County, Texas
(TTC 151.152)
Date - May 9, 2016
Time - 9:30 a.m.
Place - 516 Fourth Street, Room 106, Young County Courthouse, Graham, Texas 76450
Proposed Speed Limit(s) and Segments - The Public Hearing, pursuant to Texas Transportation 151.152, regarding regulations on county maintained public roads is for the purpose of public comment, pro or con, on establishing a MAXIMUM speed limit higher than the current posted limit of 35 MPH on Rocky Mound Road, or any segment thereof, currently located in Young County, Texas, beginning at the Intersection of State Highway 16 North, and in an easterly direction, ending at the intersection of McEntire Road in Young County, Texas.
At the conclusion of said hearing, Young County Commissioners Court may consider and act upon the establishment of such speed limit on all or any segment of such road not to exceed 45 MPH.
John C. Bullock, YCJ
MMM
TO:  Lillie Mae Sedberry
c/o Rachael Sedberry
601 Lincoln
Graham, Texas 76450

OFFICIAL NOTICE
CITY ORDINANCE VIOLATION
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE PROPERTY OWNED/OCCUPIED BY YOU AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
LOT: S/140 of Lot 4
BLOCK: 1
ADDITION: LINCOLN
ADDRESS KNOWN AS: 601 LINCOLN
VIOLATES SECTION 15 -11(1) OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF GRAHAM. THE SPECIFIC VIOLATION IS AS FOLLOWS: ABANDONED, VACATED AND ACCESSIBLE STRUCTURE WITH MAJOR STRUCTURAL DAMAGE. THE PREMISES IN ITS PRESENT CONDITION CONSTITUTES A HEALTH, SANITATION AND FIRE HAZARD TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD.
You are hereby notified that you have until APRIL 21, 2016 to respond to this letter, at such time if you do not respond you will officially have sixty (60) days as per section15 -11(b)(1)d of the GRAHAM CODE OF ORDINANCES to make repairs as per adopted building codes. Failure to correct this violation may constitute a misdemeanor, for which charges may be filed in city court, with fines of up to $200.00 per day for each day the violation continues to exist. If not in compliance within the sixty (60) days allowed, said building will be declared a public nuisance, dangerous building and condemned to be demolished.
Jason Cottongame, CBO, MCP
City of Graham
Director of Public Works

Location: The Graham Leader | Publication date: 04/30/16

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