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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 3, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas New Bnunfels HerafdZeftung condominiums boost building permits Spurred by a couple of big projects in the July building permit figures nearly tripled when compared to the same month last A total of 120 permits for struction estimated at were issued in compared with 103 for worth of construction last according to city building department The July figures reversed a trend of decline over the last three Figures from May and June 1980 all suffered In comparison to the 1979 Julys totals up the dollar value for the year to date to com pared to for the first seven months of Ken Karger Construction Companys condominium project was the largest dollar item with an estimated value of Kargers permit is for a 13 unit condominium which will be located on a fiveacre tract at 655 Loop The owner is Summerhlll The second largestproject will be undertaken by New Braunfels Presbyterian 373 The Harrison and of will be adding a fellowship hall and classrooms at an estimated cost of Single family residences showed a slight increase in number and a sub stantial increase in dollar Twelve permits for single family residences valued at were issued last compared to 11 for in In permits were issued for two duplexes valued at a total of and one fourplex worth an estimated The fourplex is being built for the Eden Home by The Koehler Other July permits categories in cluded dollar value in parentheses two new 21 residential 13 residential carports and one new 10 commercial 48 structures other than buildings seven mobile home placements and one no Permits for single family residences were issued to contractors name in parentheses if different from owner Rod Nelson 306 Lifehouse Krause Construction 701 Robert Star 1523 Schultz 404 Also Ralph Curtis 599 and 577 and respectively Preusser Builders 1314 Edward 754 Construction 1518 and 1514 and respectively White and Crystal Darwin 1036 Spring Residents along FM 306 have blue HeraldZeitung tubes awaiting the newspapers arrival Staff photos Weather Forecast Comal County weather will be partly cloudy and warm through with temperatures ranging from the upper 70s at night to the upper 90s during the Winds will be southerly at 15 to 20 with a slight chance of rain during the By The Associated Press It was the same umpteenth verse for those cities in the grip of the 1980 heat wave In El a high of 108 broke a 20 yearold record of 103 and extended the number of consecutive 100degree days to Wichita Falls also had 108 and Dallas Fort Those areas now have had 41 consecutive days of 100 degrees or It was 102 in Waco and Austin tied a 22 yearold record with a 101 Abilenes high of 102 marked the 36th consecutive day of 100degreeplus temperatures Light rain fell south of Houston Saturday afternoon and skies in the upper Panhandle and along the upper Texas coast were partly Elsewhere skies were Winds were south to southwesterly except in the upper where a weak frontal system blew northerly Temperatures across north and north central Texas hovered around the 100 but the rest of the state reached only the The afternoon low was 86 at Forecasters called for clear to partly cloudy skies with continued hot tem peratures for JOIN US IN August 23 and 24 i PRICE INCLUDES Round trip airfare San Antonio via Delta Air 2 Nights accomodation at the MAXIM on the Strip Transfers between Airport Hotel Airport Baggage Handling Tips and Group Insurance WALNUT SQUARE 656 WALNUT NEW TEXAS78130 PHONE SAN ANTONIO PHONE CAty Neoj POST OFFICE BOX 1109 NEW TEXAS 78130 July 1980 AC Ted Taylor President Taylor Dear Taylor On behalf of the City Council and the citizens of New Braunf I would like to extend our sincere congratulations on the action of Taylor Communi in deciding to make the New Braunfels Herald a daily We are excited about the announcement and believe that as a daily the New Braunfels Herald will receive even greater support by the citizens of New Braunfels and the surrounding Our congratulations on your decision and your progressive interest in New in city are looking forward to continued coopera tion with Taylor and local staff as we have had with the past owner and It is a pleasure to welcome Taylor to our progressive T ibfinle Se Mayor IN NgW BRAUNFELS 1ST DAS LEBEN SCHON
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