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Figure: 30 TAC §290.47(c)(3) Boil Water Notice Rescinded 4-12-2022 On 4-9-22, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality required the City of Johnson City public water system, PWS 0160001, to issue a Boil Water Notice to inform customers, individuals, or employees that due to conditions which occurred recently in the public water system, the water from … Continued


The information contained in this bid tabulation if for information only and does not constitute actual award/execution of a contract. City of Johnson City Bid Tabulation Bid No.: Date: February 7, 2022 Contract for: 2021 – 2022 Street Improvements Vendor Name: Lone Star Paving N/a N/a City: Austin, TX Item No. Item Description: Price: Price: … Continued


Johnson City Coffee Co. / Lyndon’s Landing, LLC dba West Main Streatery 108 W. Main St. / 205 W. Pecan Dr. Zoning Amendment Application The City of Johnson City, TX has received a Zoning Amendment Application from Johnson City Coffee Company / Lyndon’s Landing, LLC dba West Main Streatery for the amendment of an existing … Continued


Attorneys and pro se litigants understand that they are not excused from attending Court based on the filing of a motion for continuance or any request for continuance.  All motions and requests for continuance must be sworn to, in writing, and must be submitted to and received by the Court no less than 24 hours … Continued


If you are found guilty and are not satisfied with the judgement of the Court, you have the right to appeal your case.  You must file a timely motion for a new trial to perfect your appeal.  To appeal, you must file an appeal bond with the Municipal Court within 10 days after the motion … Continued

New Trial

If you are found guilty, you may make a written motion to the Court for a new trial.  The motion must be filed within 10 days after judgement or verdict of guilt has been rendered against you, and it must specifically include what grounds you rely upon.  The Judge may grant a new trial if … Continued

The Trial

Under Texas law, you can be brought to trial only after a formal complaint is filed.  The complaint is the charging document that alleges what you have done and the fact that such action is unlawful.  You can only be tried for what is alleged in the complaint.  Trials are conducted under the Code of … Continued

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