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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 15, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                2 New Braunfels Her November J V New Braunfels i Schertz ETJ line Council wants to annex Areas 8 and 12 and Area 9 when that is The designations of the areas come from the city master Strip annexation gets first OK If second and third readings of the ordinances go as quickly as the first New Braunfels will be 101 acres bigger by the end of this The City Council voted unanimously Monday to annex two strips of one extending a mile past the existing city limit on Krueger and the other extending feet along Before council held the second of two legallyrequired hearings on each piece of Each hearing lasted less than a as no one spoke for or against either No one had anything to say at the first set of held And when it came time to vote on the first reading of the annexation council did it without City Manager Delashmutt did call attention to the service plan attached to each Recent changes in state law require that a city annexing territory must have a written plan for extending city services into that The plans didnt amount to much in this since the areas being annexed contain no There isnt much of anything there except rocks and as the city manager put But he You can see how elaborate the plans will have to be when the city starts annexing larger The strip annexations are designed to secure extraterritorial jurisdiction on the citys southwest The FM 1863 which extends 500 feet from the southern edge of the takes in ap proximately The Krueger Lane extending 500 feet west from the roads outside amounts to Each strip will give the city a much bigger section of since the ETJ extends one mile beyond the city limit in all As soon as the Krueger Lane annexation is the Planning and Zoning Commission recommends annexing another mile in that This will extend the Krueger Lane ETJ line until it meets the line outside FM 1863 and will protect a large unincorporated area against annexation by other DYANNE FRY Weather Local temperatures High today will be near low tonight near and a high Wednesday in the low This mornings low was and yesterdays high was Lake level A lake wind advisory is in effect with northerly winds at 1525 mph and Canyon Lake dropped to this compared to yesterdays level of Texas A few heavy left over from the cold front that moved across the state lingered along the Texas coast early but a building highpressure ridge was expected to turn skies clear Light fog that developed in the lower Rio Grande Valley was the only other significant weather in the though the National Weather Service had issued small craft advisories for up and down the Gulf of Mexico off the Texas coast because of the thun which were expected to end this The Nation Tornadoes roared through northern Alabama with heavy rain and hail early killing one person and injuring at least 19 others while causing considerable property The twisters were part of a series of storms that erupted over the central Gulf states Monday and today as a cold front spread from southeastern Texas to The National Weather Service said tornadoes were reported in Cherokee and Cullman counties in The Walker County Civil Defense office at Jasper said one person was killed when high winds blew a tree across a mobile home in the Ben chfield community in Cullman County Chief Deputy Ellard said 19 people were injured and treated at Cullman Medical Center for injuries suffered when high winds roared through the eastern part of the One with a back in appeared to be the only one seriously he The tops were blown off several power lines and trees were and the Berlin Baptist Church was Ellard NBISD faces light agenda Money matters dominate a routine agenda for Tuesdays New Braunfels ISD trustees Agenda items include a payment request from Jeaaen Associates which the architectural firm handling the MW elementary school approval of he purchase of a district automobile for the superintendent and approval of MM October IMS tax office will review the November investment schedule Other items on the agenda include two student trip as well as a report of the outstanding achievements of students and Trustees also will hear a report on the revision of The meeting begins at in the New Braunfels High School Same second verse Council defeats homestead exemption on 43 vote ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer One of the hottest discussions at Mondays City Council meeting wasnt even on the Member Betty Lou under the heading of old asked the council to reconsider the op tional 40 percent homestead tax exemption for fiscal year Councilmember Valdemar who voted against the exemption at the 25 seconded Bushings saying that he had reconsidered his The other council members had The final vote was 43 against the with Mayor Stratemann breaking the tie in favor of Joe Laverne Eberhard and Donnie Barbara Tieken was on the down side with Rushing and The 25 vote was with Rushing and Tieken for the and everybody else Seay was absent that Rogers obviously saw no point in bringing it up Deaths Harlan Wetz Arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Harlan Wetz of Route Box He died at Baptist Memorial Hospital in San He was 58 years Leora Kroeger Arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Leora Kroeger of Star Route Box New She died at her residence at the age of Emma Braune Services for Emma Braune of 116 will be at 2 Thursday at Cross Lutheran Church with the Raymond Reich of New Braunfels Burial will follow in Comal died at at Oak Crest Inn Convalescent where she had lived for 23 She was born in Neider on April to Gustav and Dorothea nee Solamon On July 1910 in she married Wilhelm who died in She was a Marion resident since and prior to lived in She was a retired the last charter member of Cross Lutheran Church and an honorary member of the Darcus She is survived by four Eddie Clara Kruse of San Paul Hilda Acterberg of Olyn Norma Krueger of and Gale Lor Raine Harper of Marion 12 and 22 great Her son Alwin and daughters Hedwig and Melba preceded her in Pallbearers will be Harold Darold Roger Bruce Drew Binns and Frank Her remains will lie in state at Zoeller Funeral Home until Memorials may be given to Cross Lutheran Medical Respiratory f Equipment 1 Specialists J All Pharmacy Services 353 Landa 6257777 New We Deliver Setup Taylor USPS 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 Braunfel Herald Publishing 186 Castell New Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Caster New Dave Manager Claude Elnora Manager Robert Johnson Mike Grist Coordinator Cheryl McCampbell Manager Don Manager Carol Foreman Gus Foreman Roland Kraft Shop Foreman Wanda Editor David Editor Patricia 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 How Council Voted Heres how City Council voted on adopting a 40 percent homestead exemption on city property taxes FOR Jose Valdemar Barbara Betty Lou AGAINST Mayor Stratemann Mayor Pro Tern Laverne Joe Oonnie Motion Weve had a twohour workshop on this he Weve had an open hearing in this council and weve made a Now you want to do it all over Council members then proceeded to just arguing the point for at least 30 minutes before taking the second Rustlings key point was alternative sources of She said that if the city could find a way to make more money off the tourist it could grant the 40 percent exemption without raising the property tax and therefore avoid shifting the burden onto nonhomestead Rushing specifically mentioned the Civic which now operates at a deficit and the Tube Chute in Prince Solms which is run by a private concessionnaire on a percentage The city got out of that contract last but Rushing thinks it could make more money by operating the Chute Most governments that have granted the extra homestead exemption have raised the tax rate in order to keep the overall levy the This means that homeowners get a but owners of and nonhomestead residences have to pay My biggest reason for voting against the exemption was the people who are I felt that they would be the first to get an increase in Espinoza He added that hed changed his mind after getting several phone calls from and was willing to consider Rustlings City administrators figured out that the tax rate would have to be raised from 23 cents to approximately 28 cents per to make up the revenue lost in the optional homestead if that revenue could be made up some other way Some council members appear never to have grasped what Rushing and Espinoza were Others apparently didnt think it was Weve got a contract with Hampton the Tube Chute said the fees could be But he thought that might cut down the number of people coming into the leaving more or less the same amount of Weve got several departments in the city that operate in the he addressing the Civic Center Emergency Medical Service was one that came to the mayors services that we provide for our If you want to I can think of that can go right now he Im put these things on a paying Rushing said You put them on a paying and people arent going to be able to afford to use Stratemann almost Tieken came up with another Could the city set up some kind of tax for private businessmen who profit directly from use of citymaintained properties For theres a tube rental place on every she Those businesses rent inner tubes to people who go into the city and float down the public which the city has to keep The chief problem I see with that is ad ministering It would be like a sales said City Attorney John He noted that the citys existing onepercent sales and the fourpercent hotelmotel are processed through the State Comptrollers The city wouldnt have any machinery for seeing that such a tax was Stratemann suggested a law prohibiting all tube rental agencies that werent He was apparently being but Chunn still looked Youd have all kinds of antitrust suits on why not If were going to tax why cant we just do away with and get rid of the administrative problems the mayor After the vote was and the council had settled down to more routine Stratemann Id like to make this statement to the people in the When we get heated up were not mad at one we interrupted The smiling gave And get a FREE Mickey Mouse stuffed toy The Disney Channel offers cable TV subscribers an original gift which spreads the holiday spirit of family togetherness throughout the entire It creates warm memories with movie greats from the Disney film and TV and delights the heart with the worlds finest family It entertains with exclusive new and enriches with programs that involve you with your The Disney Channel also includes The Disney Channel a monthly 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