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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 20, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas                                Wednesday Taylor Communications 25 cents August Herald VolSQ 44 28 Pages 3 Sections USPS 3778801 if New Taxia Trustees approve talented plan Three teachers will be chosen to lead the New Braunfels Independent School Districts gifted and talented The NBISD board of education adopted a plan Tuesday calling for the principals of the districts three elementary schools to select a teacher to head the The gifted and talented program will become the teachers but the plan also calls for them to help with administrative work in the principals offices as a curriculum Ive spoken with the principals and were all in agreement that the primary the top should be on the gifted and talented Assistant Oscar Smith told the Board member Garland Lloyd asked if a minimum amount of time spent on the program would be and Smith said the gifted and talented portion of the teachers time should take up at least 50 It will probably be more than that if you count preparation The first month or two will be spent getting materials identifying the Smith We need to allow as much time as possible to get this thing off the Trustee Bill Lee The only thing we can do is monitor the program very Hendricks told the wed want to keep this 5050 thing If a teacher needs to spend all day on the for whatever that would be okay with trustee Margy Waldrip After the Mary a spokesman for a group of about 10 parents in thanked the board for their Were very interested in both the gifted and talented program and the bilingual education and wed like to thank you for your help and she I i i Board adopts budget Comal Independent School District trustees last night adopted an operating budget for the 198081 school year at their regular meeting at Frazier Elementary The new operating budget is a increase from the 197980 amended which also was approved at last nights The operating budget reflects ex penses incurred by the increase of 163 students in the district during the 197980 school Hugo CISD business The district anticipates an increase of ap proximately 200 students during the 198081 school he The new budget also was amended to reflect a cut in the music direc tors travel budget and a raise for substitute Afer cutting the music directors travel budget from per year to per the board trustees unanimously voted to raise substitute teachers pay from to per The pay raise accounts for of new operating Nowotny Because CISD is in a competetive market with surrounding school districts even as far as San for substitute it was necessary to for the trustees to consider and approve a pay raise for substitute James CISD superin tendent of Another budget item which was discussed at the meeting was the allotment for educationaldevelopment This is one of the areas which I feel that weve been more than ex trustee Carey McWilliams in a motion which failed to amend that portion of the He said the board should approve of educational before allowing them to conduct workshops on CISD I cant see how it would be detrimental to the school not to know who those people consultants he industries annexation By ROBERT JOHNSON News editor an easy recipe for annexation one city master add a dash or tosa in a gentlemans agreement or season lightly with Chamber of sprinkle liberally with utilities and City Council and add some limestone dust for the mixture comes out both spicy and as Planning and Zoning Com mission members will attest after Tuesdays annexation The workshop was designed to field Jnput from parties interested in an and it served its Four City Council Chamber of Commerce officials and representatives from industries which might be affected by annexation fueled the which covered a wide variety of No action was as commission members will have two weeks to ponder the input before taking up the subject again at their 2 Recapping previous chairman Bob Reeh explained com mission members seemed to agree the Solms area south of town and a tract stretching from the existing city limits to FM 306 north of the city were the highest annexation But then the commission was asked in June to also consider annexing the quarries adjacent to the Solms That although it received some muddled the issue somewhat to where I think were back to square Reeh The quarries are not listed as potential annexations on the city master which was revised in Three large industries are included in this Parker Brothers and and General Portland brand new cement Although commission members seemed to reach a consensus at earlier meetings that the FM 308 area should be it also presents a problem in the form of the Coleman Companys new See ANNEXATION Page 12A I Doyle Krueger makes a while Jack Tom Purdum listen City Planner Debra Goodwin briefs the audience on annexation proposals Stall photos NBISD transfers reserves to balance million budget The New Braunfels Independent School District Board of Education approved a budget for 19801981 and followed it up with an athletic budget of The regular budgets expenditures are 13 percent higher than last Hendricks told the while anticipated revenue increased The increase in expenditures over last year comes to and is caused mainly by a statemandated pay plus an extra pay raise voted by the board at its July 29 Additional the cost of health insurance for all district fulltime and a obligation to the newly created Comal County Central Appraisal Office also takes up much of the Hendricks There is very little increase in itembyitem ex he told the The budget included a transfer of from the local maintenance reserve fund to the anticipated revenue The revenue we have is not as great as the ex The law doesnt allow us to show excess but we can have excess expenditures if we have a reserve fund to back us Hendricks State sources will pick up percent of the or while local funds will amount to or 35 Federal monies will pay for the remaining The athletic budget shows an increase of over last up A great deal of that is for transportation Hendricks the maintenance reserve fund came to the with more than a third of the total athletic in the anticipated revenues Revenue from football home games will generate an estimated according to the The largest single expenditure category is All costing The bond improvements section of the regular budget showed a column of Our bond money is Were using reserve funds on Carl Schurz Elementarys so theres no money in function Lonnie Camping Overnight tents in residential areas opposed Overnight tent camping should not be allowed in residential Planning and Zoning Commission members decided That which commission members approved was one of several changes suggested for a draft tent camping which would allow camping in zones other than residential only if a special permit is granted by City The commission has yet to vote on the final which should come up again at the 2 Once ap the ordinance will go to City City Council referred the camping matter to the commission after receiving complaints about camping inside the city The city zoning ordinance neither allows nor prohibits camping inside the Inside COUNTY GERONIMO PUBLIC SOIL 6B SPRING TAKING John Anderson qualifies as independent on Texas ballot n n it a 11 Km i ft art AtiHcircAnc fliSO S31Q SUQQLU9T CUKfCKj AUSTIN AP John An dersons name will appear on Texas November ballot as an independent candidate for says Secretary of State George Texas Democrats continued to check today to see if there was a way to keep Anderson oft the Anderson is expected to take away Texas votes from President Jimmy the Democratic if he appears as an Strake told a news conference Tuesday that a sample of the signatures submitted by Andersons supporters had been checked and 73 percent of them proved to be which would give him the needed to get on the also said similar checks of petitions gave the Libertarian Party a place on the ballot but denied a ballot spot to the Socialist Workers Party and the Citizens The proposed ordinance sets out permit lists required sanitary provides for notification of violations and stipulates semiannual Commission members asked that a density guideline of a maximum of 20 campsites per acre be and also suggested a requirement for a screening fence six to eight feet high around the campground be changed to require a chain link fence six feet The commission also wanted to have existing which may not require a permit since they would be in existence before the ordinance is to have to conform to health and safety After reviewing the commission member Mike Dietert wondered if a tent camping facility would be economically feasible in the Maybe we ought to reword the or dinance to We dont want camping in Member Paul Bosenbury wanted to he sure the ordinance applied only to commercial Using commission colleague David as an he What Im worried about is this ordinance preventing Davids grandkids from pitching a teat in his backyard David later pointed out he didnt have any grandchildren   

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