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Deborah R. Balli

Finance Director

City of Kingsville

HQ Phone: (361) 595-8023

Email: d***@***.com

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City of Kingsville

200 E. Kleberg Ave.

Kingsville, Texas 78363

United States

Company Description

We are committed to promote a workforce that respects and values diversity in our community. We must also be respectful and tolerant of the many ideas, emotions and circumstances of those living and visiting our community. We will promote the highest poss ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

City Manager

City of Beeville

New City Manager

Beeville TX

Position, Budget Department

CITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI

Senior Consultant

MAXIMUS Inc

Comptroller

Corpus Christi

Education

Del Mar College

Texas A&M University at Corpus Christi

Web References (21 Total References)


Contact Information - The City Of Kingsville

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Deborah Balli Director 595-8009 dballi@cityofkingsville.com


Finance Department - The City Of Kingsville

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Attention: Deborah Balli Mailing: P.O. Box 1458 Kingsville, TX 78364 Physical: 200 E. Kleberg Kingsville, TX 78363 Business: (361)595-8009 Fax: (361)595-8035


City Manager Deborah Ballí ...

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City Manager Deborah Ballí said she had received requests from several of the five council members, asking that the item be brought before the council.

Ballí said the council had several options to entertain, including leaving the fee as it is, reducing the cost of a permit or completely doing away with the fee.
She expressed concern about changing the fee, saying that residential wells could be drilled into the same aquifer that the city may end up using.
She said that would mean that those who could afford to have a well drilled would be getting water for free from an aquifer that city utility customers are paying to receive.
Also, allowing city residents to use the aquifer could adversely affect the city's ability to draw water from the formation.
"We would need assurance that water from the wells would be used only for irrigation," Ballí said. And the city would lose, forever, any revenue it could have seen from residents who have wells drilled.
Councilman George P. "Trace" Morrill said he has a problem with a fee that discourages property owners from taking advantage of their right to capture and use a resource to which they have a right.
Councilman John Fulghum said he would like to see what kind of fee other municipalities charge for a well-drilling permit.
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Ballí said she had been told the initial fee for a permit to drill a well had been $5,000 and that the city had reduced that by half some years back.


City Manager Deborah Ballí ...

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City Manager Deborah Ballí said she had received requests from several of the five council members, asking that the item be brought before the council.

Ballí said the council had several options to entertain, including leaving the fee as it is, reducing the cost of a permit or completely doing away with the fee.
She expressed concern about changing the fee, saying that residential wells could be drilled into the same aquifer that the city may end up using.
She said that would mean that those who could afford to have a well drilled would be getting water for free from an aquifer that city utility customers are paying to receive.
Also, allowing city residents to use the aquifer could adversely affect the city's ability to draw water from the formation.
"We would need assurance that water from the wells would be used only for irrigation," Ballí said. And the city would lose, forever, any revenue it could have seen from residents who have wells drilled.
Councilman George P. "Trace" Morrill said he has a problem with a fee that discourages property owners from taking advantage of their right to capture and use a resource to which they have a right.
Councilman John Fulghum said he would like to see what kind of fee other municipalities charge for a well-drilling permit.
...
Ballí said she had been told the initial fee for a permit to drill a well had been $5,000 and that the city had reduced that by half some years back.


City Manager Deborah Ballí ...

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City Manager Deborah Ballí told council and committee members that the test well will cost the city about $25,000.

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