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Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaperare available on an equal opportunity basis.To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at 1-800- 669-9777. The toll-free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275. REAL ESTATE LEGAL NOTICES PETS SPAY & NEUTER YOUR PETS! Need help paying for low cost spay or neuter? Call us! Albany’s Cause for “Paws” Call or text 325-762-0436. tfc LOT ON CUL-DE-SAC In desirable neighborhood, Winchester St. in Weaver Heights, $12,500. Call 325-603- 8100 or 325-721-0428. tfc LEASE WANTED LOT FOR SALE CALL US OR CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR ALL OUR LISTINGS Clear Fork Realty BROKER David Cleveland 762-3614 SALES AGENT Billie Ruff g Q Q g COURTHOUSE FIRST STREET LOTS FOR SALE ALBANY CLARKE ESTATES WWW.CLARKEESTATES.COM FULLY RENOVATED ALBANY VILLAGE APARTMENTS 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments available for immediate move-in 325-762-2518 325 S. Hwy 6 • Albany, Tx Office Hours 8:00 am-4:30 pm M-F 40 unit Complex Handicap unit available on request On site office, laundry & playground. Rental assistance available Equal Housing Opportunity Handicapped Accessible TDD 1-800-855-2880 This complex is an equal opportunity provider and employer SERVICES A lb a ny, Te xa s M# 40293 Ke ith Russe ll 3 2 5 - 6 6 8 - 5 0 9 0 Droptine Plumbing BROKEN WILLOW TREE SERVICE TREE TRIMMING & REMOVAL STUMP GRINDING & GRUBBING IF IT INVOLVES TREES, WE TAKE CARE OF IT! Insured & Bonded Professional & Knowledgeable Service BRUCE KREITLER ISA CERTIFIED ARBORIST 325-675-6794 FOR RENT 4B P AGE T HE A LBANY N EWS T HURSDAY , J ANUARY 14, 2021 FOR SALE ALBANY, TX 76430 532 S. 2nd Street, $32,900 Owner will consider finance or trade FOR RENT MORAN, TX 76464 433 Cooper #7 1-1 $445/$200 mo. Gene Thompson & Assoc. (817)246-4646 ONE WEEK FOR HOGS Three good ole boys from Iowa looking for a place to bow hunt hogs for one week in February. Local references. Thanks, Dan Loftus, 515-238-1671. tfc T HE A LBANY N EWS @ SHACKELFORD COUNTY CONCRETE BID FOR CREEK CROSSING BID NOTICE By order of the Commis- sioners Court of Shackelford County, Texas, the County Judge will receive sealed bids until 4:00 p.m., January 22, 2021 for bids to com- plete concrete work on a creek crossing on County Road 122. Bids must be sealed and addressed to Robert Skelton, Shackelford County Judge, 225 South Main St., Albany, Texas 76430 or mailed to County Judge Robert Skelton, P.O. Box 2797, Albany, Texas 76430. Sealed bids must be plainly marked “Concrete Bid”. Shackelford County has the right to reject all bids/proposals. Bids will be opened at the Commis- sioners Court meeting on January 25, 2021 at 9:30 a.m. Bid specifications can be obtained from the County Judge’s office at the Court- house. 34c REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS CITY OF ALBANY The City of Albany plans to apply for a 2021/2022 Community Development Block Grant program grant from the Texas Community Development Block Grant (TxCDBG) Program of the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA). Accordingly, the City is seeking to contract with a qualified Engineering/Architectural/Surveying Firm (individual/firm) to prepare all preliminary and final design plans and specifications, and to conduct all necessary interim and final inspections. These services are being solicited to assist the City in its application preparation and project implementation of a TxCDBG contract, if awarded, to support eligible infrastructure improvements in the City. Please submit your proposal of services and a statement of qualifications for the proposed services to the address below: City of Albany Billy Holson, City Manager 425 S 2nd St Albany, TX 76430 Proposals shall be received by the City no later than 3 pm on January 29, 2021 . The City reserves the right to negotiate with any and all individuals or firms that submit proposals, as per the Texas Professional Services Procurement Act and the Uniform Grant and Contract Management Standards. Section 3 Residents and Business Concerns, Minority Business Enterprises, Small Business Enterprises and Women Business Enterprises are encouraged to submit proposals. The City of Albany is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Servicios de traducción están disponibles por peticion. L EGAL B RIEFS to a 911 call on Mat- thews Ave. One person transported to Abilene. 1-7 Medic 1 responded to a 911 call on Clements St. No transport needed. 1-8 Medic 1 responded to a call on Hwy. 6 South. One person re- fused transport. 1-8 Medic 2 responded to a call on PR 1193. One person transported to Abilene. 1-8 Units 700, 704, Medic 1, Albany VFD, Truck 53, and Rescue 5 responded to a wreck on Hwy. 180 East. One person transported to Breckenridge. 1-9 Units 700, 704, Medic 1, 5C120, and Al- bany VFD responded to a call of a helicopter crash. No injuries reported. •Arrest Records Cynthia Smith DOB 06-26-1978 burglary of habitation; Cody Beasley DOB 07-08-1988 war- rant Archer Co; David Siegfried DOB 08-04- 1990 warrant Taylor Co. • CALL 9-1-1 The Sheriff ’s Depart- ment dispatches calls for the sheriff and depu- ties, DPS troopers, city police, fire department, and EMS. Dial 911 for emergency calls. •Sheriff’s Dept. Dispatch Summary The Shackelford Coun- ty Sheriff ’s Office an- swered 111 service calls for a period from Jan. 3-9. An additional 13 calls for emergency ser- vices were dispatched to Shackelford County EMS and Fire Depart- ments for a total of 124 calls for service. 1-4 Medic 1 responded to a call on Gordon St. 1-4 Medic 1 and Unit 704 responded to a 911 call of a man on the side- walk screaming for help. One person transported to Abilene. 1-5 Units 700, 704, PD 31, 32, 5C703, and 5C102 responded to a call of a fight in progress on Glesk St. One person transported to Abilene. 1-5 Medic 1 responded to a call on Kenshalo St. One person transported to Abilene. 1-5 Medic 2 responded to a call on Hwy. 180 W. One person transported to Abilene. 1-5 Truck 51 and 53 responded to a fire call on Hwy. 283 N. 1-6 Medic 1 responded to a 911 call on Mat- thews Ave. No transport needed. 1-6 Medic 1 responded Package Shipping Service UPS Pickup Center T HE N EWS A LBANY Regular Ground Service, Next Day & 2nd Day Air, C.O.D. 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