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Advance Financial

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

When Maury County residents need to cash a check, Advance Financial is their favorite place to go.

Wade Quinn, branch manager of the Advance Financial on Carmack Boulevard, said his company is honored to be chosen as the Best Place to Cash a Check in Maury County. Since the business is open 24/7, Quinn said customers are always welcome to come by for any financial services they need.

“We provide check cashing, personal loans, Western Union, bill pay services and other personal financial services,” Quinn said. “We also do free money orders, which are probably are most popular service along with our check cashing services. We can cash any check any time of the day because we never close. It also helps our customers greatly because they can get their money when they need.”

While some days are busier than others, Quinn said there is no telling when someone will walk through the front doors.

“Fridays are always busy because that’s typically payday,” he said. “The first and third of the month are also typically busy days. Of course, we are never too busy to help our customers. Customers can come in at all hours of the day.”

Over the years, Quinn said Advance Financial has built up a strong reputation of quality service.

“Almost all of our customers are repeat customers,” Quinn said. “We get to know a bunch of them very well. We have two stores in Columbia and have built up a good customer and client base. We have a good rapport with our clients.”

Quinn said his top priority is always helping customers, especially those needing to overcome financial obstacles.

“I like working with the customers and helping them,” he said. “Sometimes our customers come in because they have run into a personal financial situation or emergency. We are able to help them with short term loans and get them back on their feet.”

Quinn said he and other members of the Advance Financial staff love calling Maury County home.

“We love the people of Maury County,” he said. “They are nice and easy to work with and very friendly. We feel honored that the people of Maury County trust us and give us their confidence. We hope we can continue to provide those services to them.”

In addition to their building at 2306 Carmack Blvd., Advance Financial also has a location at 1100 Nashville Hwy. in Columbia. Advance Financial is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For more information on Advance Financial, call (615) 341-5900 or visit

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Wednesday, July 30th, 2014

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Wednesday, July 30th, 2014

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Mo’ Money Mo’ Councilmembers: July 15th Reports A Helpful Proxy For …

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

Lets jump into the numbers.

What Everybody Raised, By Office Sought

Here tis:

After raising no money, mayoral candidate Nicolas Lucier stated,

I vow to take no financial contributions in the 2014 Electoral Cycle, in order to remind Austinites, and the population at large, that Statesmanship, is not about the money, and politicians, are not welcome in any of the representative bodies in Texas.

Thats a nice sentiment. However, its probably not a good strategy if you want to win.

Money Is Important Because Campaigns Cost Money

This is true, and this isnt a bad thing. Staffers like to get paid so they can in turn pay their rent and eat. Personally I was always a fan of not defaulting on my student loans, so when we want to decry money in politics lets first remember that a lot of progressive youths and not-so-youths are getting by on organizer salaries. I digress.

I asked a well-known direct mail consultant, Tom Kelly, roughly what it costs to send 100,000 pieces of mail — a number that is more than enough to contact every voter in any of the single districts but not nearly enough to cover the 250,000 potential voters in the citywide Mayors race.

100,000 mailers would cost roughly $9,800 to print; $4,200 for data and mailshopping; and about $26,000 for postage, plus sales tax on the printing and mailshop. All together, those 100,000 pieces of mail will run you about $40,000, plus a bit more for sales tax.

As you decrease the size of the universe, the cost-per-piece goes up, so even 25,000 mailers will still cost around $16,000 or so. (That is, of course, if youre using a union print shop. If youre not, expect it to become a problem in the Labor and Democratic Club endorsement process. Just a #protip for yall out there.)

All in all, if campaigns want to send a few mailers and hire people to work for them — heck, even if they want to print walk sheets — its going to cost money. So lets talk about who raised what, and who spent what.

Where The Moneys Going: Top Districts By Money Raised

Obviously the cadre of mayoral candidates raised the most. Steve Adler raised $366,191.82, and Mike Martinez raised $162,206.73. Sheryl Cole brought in another $93,870, and with the minimal amounts that Todd Phelps and Randall Stephens added, the overall mayoral haul was $624,403. Not a bad chunk of change.

Heres the cumulative money raised in each of the 10 districts. Note: this is raised only, not self-funded.

    District 1: $48,247
    District 2: $16,277
    District 3: $21,204
    District 4: $111,327
    District 5: $64,833
    District 6: $73,452
    District 7: $51,394
    District 8: $90,777
    District 9: $140,158
    District 10: $203,149

District 10 led all other geographies in total funds raised with over $200,000, due in part to three candidates clearing $45,000: Robert Thomas ($52K), Mandy Dealey ($50K), and Sheri Gallo ($45K). Next highest was District 9 with $140,158, led by Chris Rileys $96,851 haul. Finally, District 4 saw over $111,000 be poured into the coffers of six of the nine candidates announced.

By The Districts, By The Numbers

In District 1, Ora Houston is presumed to be the frontrunner owing to her long history of service to the community. She raised over $29,000 — more than the other five candidates combined — and has a campaign manager on the ground. Former candidate DeWayne Lofton finally launched his campaign and raised over $11,000 but its not clear if he has the time to make up the difference.

In District 2, Delia Garza is a clear front-runner, not just because she managed to raise more money than her opponent — who couldnt even make my monthly student loan payments with his cash on hand — but because she has an impressive campaign operation and widespread community support.

District 3 is more perplexing at this point. The 9 candidates raised a collective $21,204, led by Susana Almanzas $11,170. However, Fred McGhee loaned himself over $12,000 and Shaun Ireland tossed $6,970 into his own campaign, so they too have money to spend. The big X-factor here is turnout. This is a traditionally lower-turnout area, and if the other candidates can marshal a real grassroots operation, money may not matter as much here as it will in the more suburban districts. Keep an eye on Julian Limon Fernandez, of Austins iconic Limon clan, and Sabino Pio Renteria, long-time neighborhood advocate (and brother of Almanza).

As for District 4, lord-or-whatever-you-believe-in have mercy. There are 9 candidates, and they raised a total of $111,000 — in a district that may have the lowest turnout. Former Workers Defense organizer Greg Casar brought in $40,057; health policy expert Katrina Daniels raised $30,065; and former candidate and anti-flouride activist Dr. Laura Pressley raised $30,430. While that somewhat distinguishes the frontrunners, this race is far from settled. Sharon Mays is also making a solid impression among City Hall watchers, and Marco Mancillas is familiar with the political circuit as well. Are any residents of the district not planning a campaign at this time?

In District 5, former State Rep. Ann Kitchen was the clear fundraising leader, bringing in over $42,000. Former chief of staff for Wendy Davis (yes that Wendy Davis) Daniel Buda raised $14,854 himself. Kitchen also added another $20,700 in loans, while Buda tossed in $5,100. Meanwhile, Republican activist Jason Denny and attorney Dave Floyd are still in the race as well, along with Mike Rodriguez. Its hard not to see Kitchen as the frontrunner here; arguably whatever anti-Kitchen vote exists might well be split between the other opponents.

Up in District 6, which straddles the Travis-Williamson County line, Jay Wiley, Jimmy Flannigan, and Pete Phillips Jr. all raised between $20,000 and $23,000 dollars. Surprisingly, former legislative candidate Matt Stillwell only brought in $7,451. Wiley also added over $11,000 in loans to his coffers. In this district, which could actually elect a Republican, Wiley has emphasized his conservative credentials. Meanwhile, Democrats need to unite behind a candidate to propel into the runoff.

Over in District 7, which runs from Allandale up to Howard Lane and includes large swathes of McNeil all the way over to Dessau Road, Jeb Boyt led the way with $20,338 raised, followed by Jimmy Paver, who brought in $18,581. No one else cracked $7,000. Paver added a $40,000 loan to his campaign, while Ed English gave himself $10,000.

Down in District 8, which includes southwest Austin, five serious candidates combined to raise over $90,000 led by previous candidate Darrell Pierces $36,617 haul. Ellen Troxclair and former candidate Eliza May also raised around $18,000 each, while Becky Bray loaned herself $50,000. Ed Scruggs raised over $9,000 and added over $6,000 in loans.

In District 9, where sitting councilmembers Chris Riley and Kathie Tovo will square off along with newcomer Erin McGann, Riley led the pack with $96,861 raised. Tovo raised $41,332, and now has $76,807 in outstanding loans, though over $60,000 is leftover from her 2011 campaign effort. Despite raising more than twice as much as Tovo, Riley kept his expenditures lower and has over a 2-to-1 cash-on-hand advantage.

Last but in the minds of Tarrytowners certainly not least, District 10 saw the largest aggregate raise of over $200,000 flowing into nine campaign accounts. As noted above, three candidates raised more than $45K apiece (Dealey, Gallo, and Thomas). Thomas supplemented his funds with a $100,000 cash loan. This district will likely have the highest turnout, but with so many candidates vying for a spot in the inevitable runoff this race will remain challenging. Adding to the chaos was the late entry of former candidate Jason Meeker, who may challenge Dealey for hardcore Democratic votes.

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Fraud charges mount for two women

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014


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Bogus payday loan offers siphon money from victims

Monday, July 28th, 2014


Many people in a pinch between paychecks may utilize payday loan services.

At least two online payday loan businesses are using bogus loan officers to get upfront payments from unsuspecting consumers.

Cash Advance USA and Fast Cash Loan USA are the companies in question.

Consumers say they were contacted after filing out loan applications online. Some of the applications were on Cash Advance USA or Fast Cash USAs websites. Others say they filled out applications on sites that appeared unrelated. The victims say they were told to make upfront payments but never received their loans.

The saddest part about this is these are people who need money, said Michele Mason with the Better Business Bureau. They dont have the money to lose, by any means, and now they are going to find themselves in worse financial position.

If you need to take out a loan, try to find a local source that is reputable and that you trust. Make sure you get everything in writing, and know that it is illegal for companies to charge advance fees for loans.

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County tabs $7.3M to keep flood recovery moving

Monday, July 28th, 2014

Facing delays in federal reimbursements for flood recovery work, Larimer County commissioners voted Tuesday to authorize county staff to dip into a $3 million cash advance from the state and $4.26 million in county reserves in hopes of keeping recovery efforts moving.

Early projections for when the county would be reimbursed for response and recovery costs related to the September floods were overly optimistic, County Manager Linda Hoffmann said.

As of July 11, the county had spent $14.8 million of the $16 million authorized by commissioners for flood recovery. While federal and state officials had pledged to reimburse flood-damaged counties for the bulk of their work, the county has been reimbursed for $2.1 million to date, causing cash flow concerns.

Were hopeful that now the plug is out of the pipe and that weve gotten some reimbursements through, (were) hoping they flow more smoothly, Hoffmann said during the commissioners meeting Tuesday morning.

Based on the latest estimates, Hoffmann said Larimer County could spend as much as $69 million on flood recovery projects well into the next two or three years. Of that, between $11 million and $22 million will not be reimbursed, she said.

The cash advance, and use of the county reserves, will help satisfy the countys cash flow needs — namely going toward recovery-related projects that have fallen in the middle of the countys busiest time for construction.

We would use those two sources to keep our contractors paid, our consultants on board, Hoffmann said, adding that the cash advance will be reimbursed according to what the county and state agree upon and the $4.26 million in reserves will be replenished as the county starts to see reimbursements roll in.

According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, emergency work in disaster areas is usually the first to be reimbursed. As communities get into the recovery phase, there are more permanent repairs that need to be taken on, including replacing roads and bridges.

To determine if a county or municipality should be reimbursed for recovery projects, FEMA first determines eligibility, reviews the projects, approves them and then covers 75 percent of the project cost. It then gives its share to the state, which reviews receipts and makes sure the repairs meet set standards.

It is a step-by-step process and often times the large projects take a while to reimburse because they take more time, said FEMA spokeswoman Crystal Payton, adding that any project costing more than $67,500 in the flood recovery efforts is considered large.

There are multiple reasons for the delay and they all come back to the same basic fact — this was a very big disaster, Hoffmann said in an email. Our staff is on a steep learning curve regarding the documentation that is required for reimbursement, the state is on a steep learning curve regarding how to review and process requests, and FEMA is learning how to work with the state on a disaster of this magnitude.

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