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Huntsville Restaurant Inspections – December 2018

Routine health inspections by the City of Huntsville for the month of December 2018 AM Express Score:  92 Immproper hot hold 2904 Sam Houston Ave Molded cooked food pulled from walk-in cooler Cooked/prepared food must show property 7 day expiration date Bearkat Junction Score:  83 Improper cold hold 2020 Sam ...

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DBA Filings – December 2019

Assumed Name (doing business as) filings in Walker County, Texas for the month of December 2019 Assumed Name Owner 1 Owner 2 A & A Fencing LLC A & A Fence Co Affordable Tree Removal & Stump Grinding Burleson C Enterprises Inc ASAP Movers Adnerson, Donnis Atlas Cash & Pawn ...

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DBA Filings – November 2018

Assumed Name (doing business as) filings in Walker County, Texas for the month of November 2018 NOTE:  November reports were received/published later than usual due to software conversion at the courthouse. Assumed Name Owner 1 Owner 2 Anxiety Snacks White, Jeannie Parsons, Alexandria ARM Construction Lester, Bruce Barber Shop Carpenter, ...

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DBA Filings – October 2018

Assumed Name (doing business as) filings in Walker County, Texas for the month of October 2019 NOTE:  The October 2018 DBA filing reports were received and published later than normal due to the recent software transition at the County Clerk’s office. Assumed Name Owner 1 Owner 2 # Team Hamp ...

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Texas AG Announces $575 Million Settlement with Wells Fargo

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that Wells Fargo Bank N.A. will pay $575 million to resolve claims that the bank violated consumer protection laws in Texas, 49 other states and the District of Columbia through alleged unfair and deceptive trade practices. Texas’ share of the settlement is approximately ...

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Dee Howard wins run-off election for at-large seat on Huntsville City Council

Dee Howard easily won a run-off election Saturday for the Huntsville City Council At-Large Seat 2. She joins a body her late father, Percy Howard, Jr., once served on. Howard topped Bill Bayne, an Elkins Lake resident and retired project manager, 433 to 286, with all but 102 votes being ...

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Huntsville Restaurant Inspections – November 2018

Routine health inspections by the City of Huntsville for the month of November 2018 Baking Sweet Memories Score:  100 No critical violations observed 1114 10th Street Best Western of Huntsville Score: 73 Improper cold hold 201 W Hill Park Circle Produt stored improerly inside reach-in cooler White table being used ...

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Texas Developer Indicted for Alleged $17 Million Real Estate Fraud

Phillip Michael Carter of Frisco was arrested Nov. 13 to face state fraud charges in connection with raising $17.5 million from nearly 100 Texas investors – many of them elderly – for real estate development projects in North Texas. Shelley Noel Carter, Phillip Carter’s wife, was charged with money laundering and misapplying investor funds. ...

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Investor Alert: Fraudulent Notice Claims BitConnect Refunds Available

A fraudulent notice that falsely claims to be from the Texas State Securities Board is telling people they can receive partial refunds of their investment in BitConnect, an overseas cryptocurrency company, by completing a refund form and submitting a $250 fee. “This false page is an attempt to further defraud BitConnect investors,” Texas ...

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TERP Offers Grant Funding to Replace Diesel-Powered Fleet Vehicles

Approximately $7.7 million in grants is available to encourage businesses that operate large fleets of vehicles in Texas to replace diesel-powered vehicles with alternative fuel or hybrid vehicles. Applications will be accepted beginning today under the Texas Clean Fleet Program through Feb. 18, 2019. Application forms and instructions may be downloaded ...

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