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According to Texas Transportation Code 683 Sub Section B 683,012 the vehicles mentioned below will be auctioned on a Public Auction on Friday, June 24, at 10:00 a.m. at the La Joya Police Department located on the Northwest corner of U.S. Expressway 83 and Leo Avenue in La Joya, Texas 78560. Phone (956) 585-4855. Starting bids for the vehicles will be announced during the event. The item(s) are being auctioned as is, where is, and without warranty or guarantee of any kind. The item(s) is the sole responsibility of the purchaser from the moment the item(s) is purchased and paid for.

Vehicle Description                                                          VIN#

1 - 1995 Blue Plymouth Voyager                               2P4GH25K8SR159687

2 - 1998 Gray Chrysler 4-Door                                      2C3HD46R0WH161395

3 - 1999 Maroon Plymouth Van                         2P4GP44G9XR266881

4 - 2000 Light Blue Dodge Intrepid                         2B3HD46R4YH400978

5 - 2002 Black Pontiac Grand AM                       1G2NW52E82M610531

6 - 2002 Green Ford Explorer                                      1FMDU64E32UA63244

7 - 2003 Gray Ford Taurus                                      1FAFP53U53G218325

June 10, 2011 - Mandatory Language for Public Notification

Mandatory Language for Public Notification

MCL Coliform Violation (TCR22)

The Hidalgo M.U.D. #1/1080088 water system collected (4) four water samples during April 2011 that contained coliform bacteria. This water system is required to submit a minimum of 7 routine water samples each month for bacteriological analysis. Two routine samples were coliform-found and (0) zero repeat samples were coliform-found for the month and year indicated above.

The Texas commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) sets drinking water standards in Texas and has determined that the presence of total coliform is a possible health concern. Coliforms are bacteria that are naturally present in the environment and are used as an indicator that other, potentially-harmful, bacteria may be present.  Coliforms were found in more samples than allowed and this was warning of potential problems.

For water systems analyzing at least 40 samples per month, no more than five (5) percent of the monthly samples may be positive for total coliform. For systems analyzing fewer than 40 samples per month, no more than one (1) sample per month may be positive for total coliform.

If you have questions regarding this matter,
you may contact:
Jeremiah Martin at 956-585-5821

Hidalgo M.U.D. #1 collected (12) repeat samples and all came back negative for Coliform. It is Hidalgo M.U.D. #1 belief that the positive was due to sampling error. 

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