AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF McCAMEY, TEXAS, AMENDING SECTION 13.02.032 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, BY REVISING THE RATES FOR SEWER SERVICES; PROVIDING THAT THIS ORDINANCE SHALL BE CUMULATIVE OF ALL ORDINANCES; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; PROVIDING A PENALTY FOR VIOLATIONS HEREOF; PROVIDING A SAVINGS CLAUSE; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Sewer rates will increase by $3.00 per month for all residential users. Sewer rates will increase by $3.00 per month, minimum, for all commercial users. New sewer rates will become effective with the billing due November 10, 2016.
A copy of the complete ordinance may be picked up at City Hall, or can be viewed online at www.mccameycity.com
Sanitation rates will increase by $2.00 per month, for each dumpster billed to your account, for all residential and commercial users. New sanitation rates will become effective with the billing due November 10, 2016
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF McCAMEY, TEXAS, ESTABLISHING THE REGULATION OF PARKING IN, OR BLOCKING, ALLEYS AND UTILITY EASEMENTS WITHIN THE CITY OF McCAMEY, TEXAS AND THE EXTRATERRITORIAL JURISDICTION OF THE CITY OF McCAMEY; PROVIDING PROHIBITION AND EXEMPTIONS; NOTICE; ENFORCEMENT; SEVERABILITY; AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
This Ordinance shall take effect immediately from and after its passage and publication, as may be required by governing law.
What these people never seem to grasp is how hard it actually is to make things look nice in text mode. The resolution is low, true, but it's "tricky" – you can use several different techniques to reach higher resoltions; antialiasing, different charset tricks (such as the 50% high blocks used in many Alpha Design demos), etc. There's much more to text mode than what TextFX, AA-Lib or LibCaCa can offer!ï»¿
Grand total of 90 demos were produced in the 10 contests, including the invitation demos and the couple of disqualified entries. A handy ISO has been produced that includes all of the demos as well as Dosbox 0.72 plus batch files to launch the DOS demos with it.ï»¿
Text mode demo competition (or compo, or contest – same thing, really) was held for the first time in 1996. Back then there were a few demos running in text mode; some were 'pure' textmode demos such as what TMDC was after, and others tweaked the text mode.ï»¿