New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 12, 1983, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 12, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 12, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels HwiMZcitung April Higher retainers City legal staff gets raise strip annexation eyed ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer New Braunfels three legal retainers all got raises Monday But Municipal Judge David Perkins will get his right whereas increases for the City Attorney and City Prosecutor wont become effective until The original plan was for all three salaries to go up on July the beginning of the 198384 fiscal But City Councilmember Max Winkler said Perkins had served the city for four years without a and deserved his When you consider one of these men has only been on board for five months Winkler City Prosecutor Bruce Boyer was appointed in November to fill the vacancy left by John who was promoted to City Attorney in As of Perkins monthly fee has gone from to In Chunns retainer will increase from to per Boyer will be making rather than One of the top items on the City Attorneys agenda right now is putting the citys new district voting plan approved by public referendum on April 2 before the Department of On council passed an enabling ordinance outlining the This puts us on a very tight said We have an election coming up in August for seats 1 and 2 districts 1 and Election notices have to be published at least 30 days in ad and he hopes to know by that time whether the plan has been approved or If its elections will be changed to the first Saturday in April after this Once the citys request is the justice department will have 60 days to It may also ask for an extension of that but Chunn plans to plead a strong case for the citys own He cant reasonably expect a quick rubberstamp because the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund has already promised to file a complaint against the Mondays ordinance sets up a new polling place at Lone Star which will fall in District Existing voting boxes will serve districts and The possibility of trouble at the justice department is one reason behind the Planning and Zoning Commissions desire to postpone annexation of any major areas at this Moving the city limits might upset the population balance of the four voting districts as But commission chairman David Hartmann didnt mention that in his report to council He simply outlined his boards idea of what the priorities should putting revision of subdivision codes at the top of the Weve already had three workshop meetings with our Hartmann The fourth is scheduled for 7 on April ordinance is a 107page and were only on page Were trying to do a very fine job for the but its a long and arduous City roundup City Manager Delashmutt noted that this revision was given a high priority last when some holes were discovered in the existing or Second on planning and zonings list is an update of the citys master which was last reviewed in the That study was done by a broadbased citizens and Councilmember Barbara Tieken wondered if such a committee would be needed I would certainly recommend Delashmutt Do you see us starting annexation proceedings in late 1983 or early 1984 asked member Donnie I certainly do think Hartmann The city has already started proceedings to annex two unpopulated strips off Krueger Lane and FM but Delashmutt has run into a State law requires that a public hearing be held on the land to be Leonie who owns the 1863 has refused permission to hold it on her Delashmutt said hed have to get some legal ad vice from Chunn on what to do A residents plea for traffic controls in the Oak wood subdivision got big and fast Two weeks after hearing the council made the intersection of Oakwood and Tanglewood a fourway stop and put yield signs at five neighboring in Members were surprised to learn that six Children at play signs had already been put Those dont require council Now that Oakwood is taken care council may have to deal with other and Thomas Watson of Landa Estates have asked to be on the agenda for April when they will make a plea for traffic controls on Klingemann Weve had three accidents out there in the past two Watson Each one gets a little Somebodys going to be killed out Council also approved a resolution allotting funds to repair communications at the city Disater Operation Control Center and to keep the Landa Recreation Center open until the summer program is The resolution takes from the contingency fund for the radio equipment approved last The tentatively allotted to the Landa Recreation Association became after Delashmutt talked to the associations The volunteer association has agreed to help keep the center going while the city gets its new recreation division and to run the sum mer recreation for which council had already budgeted an additional Flugrath wants city help on drainage problem Deaths Two citizen com plaints on Monday nights agenda left City Council somewhat at a In both the alleged infraction of rights took place several years It was last month that council first heard from Walter Flugrath of Wood He claimed that the builder of Ralph Curtis which adjoins his property to the had violated the citys minimum rearyard setback of 20 and that city officials refused to do anything a bout City Manager Delashmutt has checked out Flugraths and it seems there was a slipup on the citys The built in extend right up to the rear property And although Curtis applied for a variance on the front and side yard there is no record of his ever having received a rear yard It shouldnt have Delashmutt But he refuses to believe Flugraths additional claims that the overlong building has caused a drainage problem and extensive damage to his And hes not sure council can intervene in the lan downers twoyear legal fight with the Which seems to be what Flugrath wants the city to give him some leverage in negotiating a said City Attorney John Thats not a remedy thats Chunn offered to talk to Flugraths attorney to see what could be In I dont have an the citizen said in a disgusted I fired Chunn said hed also be willing to talk to Flugrath The landowner said professional estimates indicate it would take in the neighborhood of to fix his fence which he claims was damaged in the con struction and the ad joining Curtis insurance company has offered him a settlement of which my lawyer would get Flugrath Since the building stands in violation of a city he thought he might get some help from that I dont necessarily want them to tear it unless I have I just want a hold put on until they make me a satisfactory of the landowner Its one of those cases where no one seems to be directly Ralph Curtis cant be held Chunn because the city at least implicitly granted a variance in letting the building go City Council won dered how that hap and Delashmutt said the blame couldnt be pinned to one The original building permit he set forth the minimum The plat on file doesnt show Yet the plat was and the permit Curtis later ap plication for a front yard variance was heard by the Building Board of and I recall there was quite a flap over the frontyard said Councilmember Donnie I dont if there was that much excitement over the front yard why there wasnt excitement over the backyard Talley who died last was born not as was reported in the was an im portant date in Talleys life as thats when he married Daisy Elizabeth Bamburg in The Herald Zeitung regrets the error and any inconvience it may have Tonie Borgfeld Services will be held Wednesday at 10 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Tonie who died April 10 at Nesbit Nursing formerly of 811 Cherry in was She will be cremated at Sunset Memorial Park in San Linwood Ken nedy of New Braunfels will officiate at the Born in Kyle to Alfred and Erna nee Neuse Borgfeld married Bennie Borgfeld on June 1950 in New He died on July The former housewife and Lutheran Church member had lived in New Braunfels for three She is survived by a Alice Bauerschlag of Seguin a Erwin Simon of Fredericksberg and numerous nieces and Donald Bacon Services were set for 2 Tuesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Donald formerly of 4704 White Elm Court in will be buried in Cranes Mill Cemetery at Canyon Lake with Monsigner Athony Drozd who had lived in New Braunfels for four died April 10 at his He was born in The former manager of a Radio Shack was affiliated with the Catholic He is survived by his Heidi Peithner of Austin his parents and Louis Bacon of Canyon Lake a Laura Bacon of River and a Shawn Alan Bacon of San Drapery Upholstery Cleaning by the PROFESSIONALS 6291322 Taylor Communications DSPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave General Manager Claude Elnora Kraft Manager Robert Johnson Editor Pole Lewis Retail Advertising Manager Cheryl Manager Don Manager Carol Foreman Gus Foreman Roland Kraft Print Shop Foreman Wanda Editor Kari Editor Scott Editor Subscription Rates In Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one In Texas 6 one Out of state 6 one Senior Citizens Discount In Blanco and Kendall Counties 6 one Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX 78130 i COMMERCIAL CRfDIT a Control Data Company NEW BRAUNFELS Landa Plaza Center 351 Landa Street 6256216 L Local temperatures High today will be in the mid low tonight in the mid and a high Wednesday near This mornings low was and yesterdays high was Lake level Canyon Lake stood at this compared to yesterdays level of Texas Skies were cloudy to partly cloudy across Texas today as moistureladen southerly winds brought mild tem peratures to the Very heavy thundershowers developed in Northwest Texas late but broke up before Temperatures were in the 60s and except in West where readings in the 40s and 50s were Wlndi were mostly from the south The Netlon As swollen rivers receded in the rainravaged South and a new storm responsible for at least one death was brewing in the Rockies and Northern Plains spreading snow and cold across Colorado and Disaster relief specialists headed for Louisiana where flooding killed at least five people and caused an estimated million in damage during the past Winter storm warnings were posted today in with heavy snow headed for the Rockies and the Black Hills of the said forecaster Hugh Crowther at the National Weather Services severe storms office in Kansas The new storm claimed one life Monday in Colorado where a man was struck by lightning in Grand authorities Bond election program set for Carl Schurz With the election now three weeks the New Braunfels In dependent School District is stepping up its efforts to push for its bond Absentee voting for the million package will begin Wednesday and con tinue through April The election is scheduled for May Any registered NBISD voter may cast an ab sentee ballot at the administrations central 430 Mill during business The assigned with the task of pushing for the bond packages plans to meet tonight with the Carl Schurz Parents Teacher The which will start at in the schools will include a slide show presentation prepared by the The districts needs will be presented as proposed in the bond issue scheduled for May said Katie head of the Any interested person in addition to Carl Schurz PTA members is invited and en couraged to attend tonights Gordon Gordons committee was organized following the defeat of the districts first bond package election on That bond issue had basically the same provisions as this second bond The first bond which amounted to was presented to voters on a single propositon After that bond issue was defeated on the NBISD school board reduced the original proposition to and divided it into three These three issues concern the con struction of a new elementary other construction and the renovation of current facilities the air conditioning of all schools and the construction 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