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Restaurant Inspections for March 2016

City of Huntsville Routine Health Inspections for March 2016   1. Adamick Concession                                      Score: 3 13 Forest Dr. Ice must be obtained from an approved source 2. Boys Baseball Concessions      ...

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DBA Filings for March 2016

Assumed Name (doing business as) filings in Walker County for March 2016   A & J Trucking – Alicia R Jones A-1 Services – Ray Heuermann A-1 Tree Service – Ray Heuermann A-1 Welding – Ray Heuermann Attilio Franciulli – Charles Goodwin B & K Truck Service – Billy R ...

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Investor Alert: Pension Advance Scams

If you are receiving regular payments from your pension, keep an eye out for sales pitches that ask you to trade the stability of those payments for the opportunity to make a quick buck. The come-on will probably be as subtle as a used-car ad: Are you earning a pension from ...

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April 15 is Deadline for Filing Property Tax Renditions

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reminds business owners that April 15 is the deadline to file property tax renditions with their county appraisal districts. A rendition is a list of the taxable inventory, furniture and fixtures, machinery, equipment and other property owned or managed as of Jan. 1 of each year. ...

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DBA Filings for February 2016

Assumed Name (doing business as) filings in Walker County for February 2016 A & Son Construction – Antonio Garcia A.A. Global Services USA – Emmanuel N Joku Abby’s Furniture – Madison Wardlaw and Colleen Bettega Alluring Images by Donna – Donna Rhoads Alpha Omega Angels – Alpha Omega Ashley Alreadee ...

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Restaurant Inspections for February 2016

City of Huntsville Routine Health Inspections for February 2016   1. Bennie J’s Smoke Pit LLC                                        Score: 3 621 9th St. 1 inch air gap is needed under 3 compartment sink 2. ...

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Texas Attorney General, FanDuel Announce Settlement

Daily Sports Site Will Cease Paid Operations in Texas in May   Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced Texas has reached a settlement with online daily fantasy sports site FanDuel, under which the company will stop accepting paid entries for cash prizes in the state on May 2. This ...

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TABC to Conduct Spring Break Sting Operations

TABC Announces Statewide 2016 Spring Break Undercover Operations Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission agents from across the state are set to conduct hundreds of undercover operations in an effort to prevent the sale of alcohol to minors during Spring Break. The undercover operations – dubbed “minor stings” – will take place ...

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Annual Huntsville H.O.T. Workshop Set for March

Workshop attendance mandatory for anyone planning to request HOT funds.   Everything you always wanted to know about the Hotel Occupancy Tax (HOT) Fund will be addressed at the annual HOT Workshop on Thursday, March 24. Held this year at the Huntsville Library Community Room from 8:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., ...

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Texas Attorney General Announces Multistate Settlement with Moneygram

Company will pay millions in restitution and attorney fees; agrees to robust anti-fraud program to protect consumers.   Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced a settlement with Dallas-based MoneyGram Payment Systems, Inc., resolving a multistate investigation focused on MoneyGram’s role in transferring money from consumers to people defrauding them.  ...

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